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This isn't right. The dog's

This isn't right. The dog's owners paid 28thousand dollars for treatment. Had the dog died of natural causes it easily follows that there is no cause for action. In this case, the dog died because someone didn't do his or hers "due diligence".

An error was made by vet school personell that ended the dog's life unnaturally. Minimally, ALL costs incurred by the dog's owners should, in fairness, be refunded.

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