Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: Stouffville Ontario Canada
I'll own clicking on 'almost everything' because there is always more you can do. I've seen end of life care for humans, pretty sure you can do the same for dogs, and no, I would not send a pet somewhere to be put onto a respirator, or other 'heroic' technological measures etc.. I may have a different interpretation of what 'everything' means. If someone hires a dog walker once a day, they could hire a dog walker twice a day, or a live in care-giver for there dog to cuddle and exercise your dog while you are at work. Or you could move from your suburban home to large acreage, go into debt fencing it in, and give your dog extra room to play all day.
Maybe I'm over-thinking the questions?
Or maybe the questions could be really specific. Rescue organizations have questionaires, how much $ do you spend per year on vet care (with dollar amount ranges & check boxes), how much exercise, do you take training classes, where does the dog sleep, where does the dog stay when you are at work. How much time does your dog spend alone. Maybe some dog rescues could show you their questions and you can set up a more complicated poll or just change the poll to a few aspects of dog care.
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Cats: Riker, Simba, Batman
Angels: Dynamo GSD, Zandor GSD Mix, Misha GSD
Me: Artist, geeked out on dog training