treating as your own kind...

@vanities (11376)
Davao, Philippines
March 17, 2009 8:21pm CST
hey guys how do you treat your pet dogs? is it humanely or the other way around...i was opening the door carefully since our dog was sleeping..and my husband laugh at me for doing so and tease me that i treated it as our children....what about you guys???
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@krajibg (11939)
• Guwahati, India
18 Mar 09
There is nothing wrong in your action for the pet dog is just like our part. It belongs to the family means it needs the care and love. Might be your hubby was trying to get you out of you.
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@vanities (11376)
• Davao, Philippines
19 Mar 09
thanks krajibg..
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@arkaf61 (10882)
• Canada
21 Mar 09
Well, keeping in mind that they are pets, I treat mine well and with the same care I would give any other member of our family. I can certainly see me opening the door as carefully as you not to wake up our dog. I cooked for my dog tazz when he was sick and wouldn't eat. I spent nights feeding our cat bailey with a dropper because he was to small to be away from mommy. However, I keep in mind what they are. What the social rules are for them in a pack for example, so in that sense I don't really treat them as humans because I don't think it is the best thing to do.
@jillhill (37384)
• United States
18 Mar 09
When I had my dog he truly was a member of the family...he was with me all the time. When I went to McDonalds....he also got treats...when I went somewhere....he went with......at Christmas he got gifts just like everyone else....I miss my dog!
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@williamjisir (22903)
• China
18 Mar 09
Hello vanities. I can see how much you love your pet dogs from the way you open your door in order not to wake it up. Yeah, we used to have two poodles, each at a different time. We treated them very well and always offered them sausages to eat a day and gave them a bath a day to make sure that they felt good and comfortable. Take care, vanities.
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• Canada
18 Oct 09
We don't have a dog, but we do have a cat. We always treat our cat with consideration. If the cat is sleeping on our laps, we try not to move unless it's absolutely necessary, and then when we do, we pick him up and move him to a comfortable place where he can continue his sleeping, while allowing us to get up and do whatever it is we need to. At night the cat sleeps with us in our bed.