Last Minutes with ODEN

Dogs are truly the most loyal beings in excistence.

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+7 1. Snapsa commented 11 years ago

awwwwww :/
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+42 2. d-_-b commented 11 years ago

fu snotr i been crying the last 5 mins because of this vid
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+15 3. ermini commented 11 years ago

ty snotr. made my day! cant stop crying :'(
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-11 4. banzemanga commented 11 years ago

I am confused. Why did they inject potion on the dog? Was the dog suffering of cancer or something and they wanted him to go painlessly? I mean, even if so, i think why not let it go naturally instead of injections?
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+9 5. svabo666 commented 11 years ago

:'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(
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+33 6. boeing100 commented 11 years ago

@banzemanga, he must have been sick. I was in the same situation earlier this year when my dog had generalized cancer. You could just see the desperation and suffering in his eyes. Because we loved him, we didn't want him to suffer because he deserved better. Though it's a terribly hard decision to make, it's for the best. I love him and I miss him everyday.
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-2 7. Plecter commented 11 years ago

The god-thanking and jesus-praising feels a little out of place such a "heartful" video.
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+7 8. manxman commented 11 years ago

i got an old dog too, hes 14, not looking forward to his last minutes.
very touching video.
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+3 9. p00nie commented 11 years ago

oh man :'( !!! amazing film!
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+7 10. Mafu commented 11 years ago

Appreciating this video a lot!! Thank you for uploading!
I carried my dog, that we found on the streets 10 yrs earlier, in his last minutes into the vet-hospital but when I entered, his head fell down on my shoulders.

If you take care of a dog, you can be sure he will take care of you, forever - no matter what!
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-1 11. Honda97 commented 11 years ago

How can you show this video. It's really sad.
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+9 12. irishgek commented 11 years ago

#4 #6 Please rather than ask questions like that in comments try at least to google the video and you will find

"Thank You Jason Wood for allowing us this moment.
Oden's struggle with cancer finally came to an end.
May he rest in peace and his memory be eternal."
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+4 13. happyian commented 11 years ago

thank you for sharing this.... @HOnda97 - Sadness only makes you stronger.
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+1 14. PortugaL26 commented 11 years ago

i felt terrible when my dog died too. it was tough but at least he died of old age. it must be devastating to watch your animal suffer and having to put him down :S

"Dogs have given us their absolute all. We are the center of their universe. We are the focus of their love and faith and trust. They serve us in return for scraps. It is without a doubt the best deal man has ever made." ~ Roger Caras
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-15 15. h8isgr8 commented 11 years ago


1) There is no god.
2) Animals die.

Get over it. While you contemplate getting over it, go ahead and down rate me to hide your ignorant fear of the truth.
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+6 16. cretia commented 11 years ago

#15 even if there is no god.You fail at no 2. Pets live on forever in our hearts so suck on that dipshit :P
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+3 17. primate1970 commented 11 years ago

#15 Believe it or not even Humans die...!!!!!
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+3 18. cretia commented 11 years ago

#4 when you see what cancer does the extreme pain even when sedated ,pain you have never felt in your life only then you will pray for injection. Lucky animals can have that option.
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+5 19. nomaddaf commented 11 years ago

#15 on point A I am with 100%. On point B no argument.From there on you are an idiot. It is our capacity to care that has gotten us this far as a species.This is why we are above the other animals.Should you let the loss of a pet end your life? clearly not. But to feel for it and miss it? If you don't then you have less going for you than the dog. Because it would miss you. P.S. I think the disappearing comments is total bull as well, and they are the first ones I read.
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+2 20. CoolWhhhip commented 11 years ago

I haven't cried like that in a while... reminded me of all my little buddies I have had to say goodbye to over the years. It's hard to say goodbye. nice vid.
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-2 21. coolmanggg commented 11 years ago

I've always found it hard to understand why people put their animals down. I have had pets that I have loved and cherished and given them what I hope is as much as they have given me. My question is what gives us the right? We don't put our sick down do we...
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+2 22. SvyasMD commented 11 years ago

So sad... I am in complete denial that my 5 year old german shepherd is mortal. I know he will live forever!!
For all those who cried after watching this video, here's something to cheer you up..
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+1 23. huldu commented 11 years ago

#21 I've had 2 cats die from breast cancer. My first cat died 2003 at the age of 13. She had been fighting the cancer for about half a year. When i talk about cancer i mean the real deal, when it turns into a bunch of tumors. One was the size of a tennisball. It burst. The smell was devastating. The cat lived on and we tended her needs. I could not see any sign of "pain" as you do with humans. I really don't believe in "putting something to sleep" just for the sake of it. Cancer/tumors are that stage is really borderline tho. Imagine a human with cancer/tumor the size of a tennisball or bigger *bursting*. That has to be painful.

My 2nd cat died at the age of 12, after half a year of cancer turning into tumors, just like the first one. The first signs of cancer appears around 6-8 years. At this point they're tiny, you barely even notice it. It stays this tiny for many, many years. It wasn't until she turned 12 it exploded in size. After about half a year it had turned from a really tiny unremarkable thing into the size of a golfball. Several smaller ones appeared around it. They did not "explode" the cat died peacefully a day after i noticed she did no longer eat. I really didn't want to "put her to sleep" since i couldn't see her being in pain. She was happy and joyful up until that last day when she stopped eating.
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+4 24. nomaddaf commented 11 years ago

For those that say they don't understand why animals are put down, here is why. We owe it to them. In the wild they would die much sooner and more humanely than in our care. As soon as an animal slows down it will starve, freeze to death or be killed by a predator.All quicker and with less suffering than under our care. We rob them of that when we bring hem in to an unnaturally safe urban home. We can keep animals alive and fed well past their wild counter parts and there by prolonging their suffering. It would be the equivalent to keeping you alive but suffering in a nursing home for 130 years or so.
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+1 25. Geekster (admin) commented 11 years ago

I had 6 hamsters in about 15 years, and they all died... I miss them, all :Piki,Piki, Piki, Schnautzer, Anthrax, Schnitzel. They were so cute and fluffy... :(
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0 26. WickedOne14 commented 11 years ago

As a vet tech I can say if pain can be managed at home I prefer to see them pass away at home. Otherwise most clinics try to make the choice as smooth as possible.
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+1 27. dendekort commented 11 years ago

No need for words.. :'( :'( :'(
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+1 28. gidman commented 11 years ago

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+1 29. soapbox commented 11 years ago

I will not cry, I will not cry, I will not cry...Dammit! :'(
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0 30. JordanR18 commented 11 years ago

#15. you have no respect what so ever :S
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+1 31. Spille123 commented 10 years ago

I never cry because of any movie, but this made my tears flow like a river.. :'(
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0 32. snotRules commented 9 years ago

I just put my own dog down, Dogs are best friends of man