Vets reading bad pet advice will have you laughing
Have you heard any of these recommendations?
June 15, 2016
By Jessica Pineda
There’s bad pet advice, and then there’s bad pet advice. But when it’s read by veterinarians, some of the horror is lost to hilarity. That’s what this video, “Veterinarians Read Bad Pet Advice,” from VetStreet.com perfectly shows. The video is shot in similar style to Jimmy Kimmel’s “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets.”
Here are some of the highlights:
“If I neuter my dog, he’ll feel like less of a man.”
“Poodles and poodle mixes can’t get allergies, because they’re hypoallergenic.”
“Spaying and neutering is unnatural. Vets just do it so they can drive nice cars.”
What terrible advice have you heard? Let us know in the comments.
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