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I know there are a number of topics on getting a dog, but do you think I could handle the workload of dentistry with a canine at the house? Could I use this as an opportunity to practice examining dog's teeth?
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OMG no! Dentists are way too busy for dogs. If you get a dog and can't afford to commit 12 hours of your day to spending time with it for 15+ years, you're basically satan.
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