Moments with Baxter

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+6 1. Nifen commented 8 years ago

I just heard on the radio about this program in Australia. Sounds Good. I know an animal makes me feel much happier than with out one.
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+9 2. crimson commented 8 years ago

what a great, emotional weight for the dog. day after day, waiting for the people petting him to die. a sad and inconsiderate job for a dog that age.
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+27 3. Denaro commented 8 years ago

#2. At first I agreed with you...well, your first sentence. It is a beautiful connection that is nurtured between the patients and the dog, who both share disabilities. Don't alienate yourself from the fact that we are both creatures, and both need companionship. I think it's a wonderful program that would do more good than bad for those affected...
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+9 4. OMGkungfu commented 8 years ago

its good to see that some hospitals are stil making an effort, to make people Comfortable in there last day's on this world.
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+29 5. cretia commented 8 years ago

poor baxter my heart goes out for him
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-9 6. Alphonsus commented 8 years ago

Old woman: "Makes a change from the usual hospital food I guess... nom nom"
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+18 7. joverke commented 8 years ago

Man that is just so sad.
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-6 8. cranky commented 8 years ago

Well this approach would make sence if the dog was healthy and full of life! This 19 year-old dog needs a steady home and an owner that doesn't drag him around in hospitals in his "red little wagon".
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-17 9. culeaalex commented 8 years ago

Why is the dog not moving? Is he paralyzed or something?
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+8 10. gidman commented 8 years ago

i have 2 dogs on my own and they are the best whatever happened to me in my life! they are always there for you, whether you are happy, sad, angry, heartbroken, worried, frustrated.... and they just make it go away and make you feel forget anything that is troubling you! a mans best friend indeed!!!!!!
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+9 11. OnetimeX commented 8 years ago

Damn you Snotr, you made me cry :'( ;) >:)
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+6 12. Dryper commented 8 years ago

I cried so much... :'( :'(
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+4 13. nomaddaf commented 8 years ago

#2 You are an idiot. That has has less than no clue that these people are dieing.with your logic no one should ever pet a dog except its family because he will be sad when they don't come back.It is good for both patient and dog.I am glad you won't be taking care of me at the end of my life.
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+4 14. DaCostaPT commented 8 years ago

Oh wait ! what is this close to my eye ? Damn… is a tear.
Oh look, another one… oh well, brb need to clean my eyes…
:S
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+3 15. silly_sy commented 8 years ago

a dog can be anyones best friend
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+1 16. crimson commented 8 years ago

#13 what i was saying, is that the poor fella is already having the last moments of his life, and after being have to taking care of people for 20 years, he deserves some fucking time alone, without this bullshit concept of "being there for them". we are so narcissist and egoist, that we still think ourselves as the only animal with capability of thinking. we still act as they are around to serve for us.

and yes. we are animals too.
and yes. i'd have leave you to die alone.
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0 17. JordanR18 commented 8 years ago

Where could i get one of those teddie bears?
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+4 18. Kendiana commented 8 years ago

#16 Let me explain it to you this way.... This IS exactly what the dog wants to do until he takes his last breath. He does not want to have time to be alone. Dogs thrive on human interaction. Just my opinion.
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+3 19. culeaalex commented 8 years ago

Baxter is a rescue dog, part golden retriever, part chow. He has pancreatitis problems, high blood pressure,a thyroid condition, acute arthritis and chronic bronchitis. THAT IS WHY i asked what is wrong with him!

http://www.amazon.com/Moments-Baxter-Comfort-Worlds-Therapy/dp/0981881300#reader_0981881300

It appears that snotr users are as stupid as youtube's (not all, but a lot)!