A pugs mission to help save a dog’s life is about to take a bold turn.
The dogs owner has decided to put his pug’s life at risk by going ahead with the plan.
The plan is to put him into a freezer and keep him in a bag for two weeks to be euthanised.
But it is the owners intention to save the dog that is causing the most concern.
One owner of the pug says the plan could put his dog at risk of being euthanased because it has a life threatening condition.
It would be very stressful for the dog.” “
I don’t want to put my pet in that freezer.
It would be very stressful for the dog.”
But the owner of one of the dogs, Daniel, says the reason why he is willing to put the pugs life at stake is because it is a “once in a lifetime opportunity”.
He said that the owner is willing take the risks of putting his pugs body in the ice because the chances of the dog surviving would be much greater if he did not.
“The dog will live but there is a chance that he could die and I want to be sure that he survives,” he said.
He added: “If he does not survive then it is probably the last chance I will have to put a dog in the cold storage room.”
But what about the cost of doing this?
Mr Jones said the cost would be “significant”.
“There is nothing like this anywhere in the world.” “
One of the owners of the two dogs, who is known as Mr Brown, said the plan was “a great idea” and that it would make people think twice before putting their dogs in the freezing temperatures. “
There is nothing like this anywhere in the world.”
One of the owners of the two dogs, who is known as Mr Brown, said the plan was “a great idea” and that it would make people think twice before putting their dogs in the freezing temperatures.
He told ABC Radio Melbourne that the cost for putting the dogs body in a freezer would be significant.
“It’s very expensive and it would probably be a lot of money for someone who doesn’t have much money,” he told the station.
Mr Brown said that although he would like to see the plan implemented more widely, the cost could prove to be prohibitive.
“We have to pay the money because we need it to keep the dog alive,” he added.
The owners of both dogs said that they are grateful for the opportunity to help Mr Brown and the other owners of their dogs save their lives.
“My son [the pug] has always been a hero,” said Mr Brown.
“He saved my dog’s and we saved my daughter’s life and he saved my wife’s life,” he continued.
“And it was his act of kindness that saved our lives.”
He said the pups body could only be frozen for two hours a day.
He was not prepared to pay for the freezer to keep it frozen, as the cost to do so would be $2,000.
He says that he and his wife had previously asked for the freezing equipment and had been assured that the money would be available.
The dog’s owners have been advised not to bring their dog into the freezer for at least two weeks.
However, Mr Jones is not letting that stop him from trying.
“That’s a big risk.
I want him to live, but I want my dogs to live,” he explained.
“If we keep him alive and he does get euthanase then we will make sure that his name is on the record.”
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