Saturday, April 18, 2020
Bravecto knows its audience, I guess....*
So I guess what we have here is a family of clueless idiots who flirt with death several times a day simply by carrying out normal human functions. They don't know anything, they can't remember anything, and they certainly don't want to be responsible for anything (in fact, I'd say that if this family has a common goal, it's to pass the buck to the next person as quickly as possible. Their big problem is that they keep trying to pass it to someone who shares their DNA, and that's clearly not a good idea.)
And in the end, the two "adults" are going to wander around a parking lot for the rest of the day because one of them asked the other to remember where they parked, to which the other responded "remember where we parked" to the dog. Or a lamp post.
It is kind of funny that the woman here bleats her "do you remember where we parked" line literally two seconds after they walk out of the (animal hospital?) Like she's well aware that they forgot to go through the 8-step fail-safe plan usually instituted to avoid situations just like this. Ah, if you only had two brain cells to rub together between the both of you. Meanwhile, daughter is home on her phone, notices the time, and calls the police to initiate a Silver Alert for the fourth time this week.
*that audience being people who probably have no business owning a mammal that is totally dependent on it for it's health and survival. This couple can't be handed a tic/heartworm/whatever medication that they have to remember to give their dog, because they are either Very Busy or Very Stupid and will never get around to actually doing it. So the vet prescribes Bravecto in the hopes that it requires so little of the dog owners, their dog has at least a fighting chance. What he didn't realize is that these people need a GPS to find their car and will probably forget they even OWN a dog until they notice the horrible smell coming from the back seat.