"Maybe the dog on wheels should have been put to sleep. Looked pretty happy to me." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6D3rwe-386c arreteI think this is just a case if you can afford it or not? If someone has the discretionary income and they can afford it, like Luckydog and her chemo dog, I say "why not?" It's their money and if they want to spend it on veterinary bills for their animals I don't have a problem with that. My wife has a lot of discretionary income and I don't begrudge the money she spends on her cat(s). She works hard, gets up early every morning to go to work, so when she comes home at night with a big bagful of canned cat food for her cat I don't fret about it. I wouldn't do that but that's just me. Art
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