Why would that blow my mind considering we take them to the vet and I have administered medication to them?Anyway, time to get up so I can give my dog her medication. Totally blows your mind that I would actually buy, for my dog, meds to make her feel better, doesn't it?
The only thing that blows my mind regarding vet care is how much some people are willing to spend on extremely sick pets; it's their money their business, I suppose, but the idea of spending thousands on a pet (unless you're Mr. Moneybags and thousands of dollars is trivial to you) is completely alien to me. But my dog had an ear infection and it was clearly bothering him so we certainly got drops and we put them in his ear every night. Those drops weren't cheap. But he feels better, so cool, I'm okay with the expense.
Personally, I think if you're going to spend thousands of dollars for something's well-being, donating it to charity that provides for other human beings - a food bank, a free clinic - would be more appropriate. But like I said, personal liberty, your property, etc.
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