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Old Dogs All Around The World Are Being Murdered 4 Undiagnosed Toothaches

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by BreaknBrix, Apr 30, 2015.

  1. BreaknBrix

    BreaknBrix Power Member

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    This may seem like the dumbest thing you've ever read. But this thought randomly popped into my head and has spread like a virus.

    Even though it says online that dogs can get toothaches I've never ever seen, heard or spoke to anyone.... in my entire life .... who's ever mentioned their dog having a toothache. And I think there's a gross lack of awareness that may be leading to the deaths of many old healthy doggies worldwide.

    Even back when I worked at Petsmart for 6 years not 1 time do I recall anyone bringing this up.

    As many dogs as I've had, as many vets as I've went to, I've never heard a vet bring it up either. I've heard them talk about periodontal disease but not a simple toothache.

    And let me get to WHY this worries me a lot. I've seen and heard a lot of stories about old dogs not wanting to eat their food. Sometimes their diabetic dogs. Sometimes they're just old. And a lot of times the owner and vet have NO IDEA why the dog isn't eating. The vet might just pull some shit out of his ass like, "it's complications from xxx problem, your dog is in pain and doesn't have much time left" so you put the dog down.

    Like my last dog (a min pin), we had to put her down cause she stopped eating her food for 5 days. She was a diabetic and 12 years old. My brother, he just put his labrador down for the same exact reason. He was 11 years old, my brother said he stopped eating for 3 days. He tried force feeding him. Trips back and forth to the vet in the middle of the night. Then after 2 months or so he wound up putting his dog down. The dog was losing weight really fast and just wouldn't eat.

    But now I look back and really wonder..... when people get old .... WE get toothaches and do NOT want to eat. But we can say, "my tooth fucking hurts yo".

    If a dog isn't eating... how many times does a vet do x-rays on their teeth?

    How about this... HOW MANY TIMES have you seen a dog get a cavity filled?

    WHY do I find these questions insanely weird?

    I really can't stop thinking about this. Cause I've seen A LOT of old dogs in my life. And most old dogs I've seen have fucked up teeth. A lot of them are missing ENTIRE ROWS of teeth. Like the teeth are so decayed in certain areas you can't even tell if they're there. My minpin, I remember looking at her front bottom teeth years before she died. And between her bottom canines I just saw small, black, decayed little stubs. I remember thinking "did her teeth fall out?" but then I quickly forgot about it.

    NOW that I really think about it though it drives me crazy. And let me explain why.... with more questions.

    Do we have dog dentists?

    When's the last time you brought your dog in for a nice tooth cleaning?

    There are enough >>>PEOPLE who can't even afford to get their own teeth fixed so I wonder if this is an issue that vets just know not to talk about.

    And it really makes me wonder how many people have put down their dogs just cause they had a really BAD fucking toothache but nobody noticed it. I feel like I can make a viral video about this shit. I'm gonna call it, "The Invisible Dog Dental Holocaust". And I'll have Katie Perry tweeting about that shit tomorrow. Am I losing my mind or what?

    -BB
     
  2. M4XW3LL

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    You can also get Kaley Cuoco to tweet your video, she loves dogs.
     
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  3. wisdomkid

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    This is one hell of an Idea, not just to profit, but to bring this issue to awareness, truthfully, if you create this video and share it here, some BHW guys with secret high ranking websites would help spread the word..

    Don't have a dog, so i don't know much.
     
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  4. BreaknBrix

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    That's a great idea.

    I'll do the video up Kony 2012 style. But rather than showing poor black kids from Uganda ... it'll be cute old dogs from all around the world. That shit would get more hits than Gangnam Style. And if I set up a charity I'll be set for life. :)
     
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  5. Trepanated

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    Dog dentistry is common. As is animal dentistry. A lot of vets do it and there are specialists too.

    I haven't had a dog for years now but whenever I've had one, they've always had their teeth checked.

    And if a dog has diabetes, that's a sign of an owner feeding it the wrong food. A lot of owners think they are being nice by feeding their dogs scraps from their own meals and giving them treats - but if their own diet is a diabetic time bomb, then they are inflicting the same health problems on their dog.

    They think they are being kind, but in reality they are being cruel
     
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    https://www.google.com/search?num=100&q=veterinary+OR+animal+dentist+in+USA
    Btw, that search shows a lot of Adwords ads, so I'm sure that the above string must be quite a popular (sub/full) and commercial search-string, and so there must be a lot of focused searchers for those related key-phrases. In other words, people who have animal friends at home are concerned about their pets' teeth/oral problems, specifically, too.

    In US, at least, there are plenty of animal dentists (veterinary dentists). You may find the nearest veterinary care (hospital/clinic) and inquire about if they do dog dentistry and oral care, and then take your little friend if you suspect (s)he is suffering from anything of that sort.

    Even my small town in India has a good-sized veterinary hospital, and it has been there for 50 years at least! So I am sure that most towns and cities will have one, and they would be definitely caring for the dogs' teeth too. Veterinary dentistry is of course a very important part of any animal health care.


    P.S.:
    A dog has been an integral part of farming. A farmer will have dogs to take care of his sheep, goat, buffaloes, cows, horses, etc. The dog is a must in their families. He works as hard as anybody in farms. And farming is a very old profession, so when the need came up to do professional health-care for such animals, then dog-care, including its oral and dental care must have started along with those other animals' health-care.

    How they take out a tooth or fill it is still a mystery for me, and I wouldn't want to watch a video of that... can't really watch those types of operative procedures on small children or such lovely animals. :)
     
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  7. ChanzGrande

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    I got 531,000 results to the simple query "Do dogs gets toothaches." It seems it is widely known, acknowledged, and treatable. Perhaps this simply comes down to getting what you pay for. For example ... how many times did you ask the vet ... "Could this dog just have a toothache," and if so "What can I do about it?" I'm also guessing the below advise has not historically been followed with your pets, or the other pets referenced since as near as I can tell almost nobody does this ... many not even with their own human teeth.

    brushing the dog?s teeth regularly with a veterinarian-recommended toothpaste. - Dentist Recommended For Humans!

    Read more : http://www.ehow.com/facts_6981139_can-do-dog-toothache_.html
     
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    Damn, I just got the image of doggystyle with Kaley Cuoco, well that's my mornings work out the window. Time to break out the Kleenex.
     
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    Hi, man you can send an email to the dog whisperer guy. Maybe he can shed more light on this topic.
     
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    I'm face blind so I have no idea who she was, until I Googled her and recognized her instantly.

    Then I remembered, that Donald Trump is so full of himself that when he's doing a supermodel, he closes his eyes and pretends he's jacking off.
     
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