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What kind of perks for non-pet-owners would you expect to get, in order for you, as a non-pet-owner, to support and pay for universal pet health-care?

Asked by ragingloli (46436points) 1 month ago

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SQUEEKY2's avatar

Do any countries actually have universal pet health care?
Just asking.

ragingloli's avatar

Not to my knowledge.

chyna's avatar

The warm and fuzzy feeling that you are helping pets all over.

zenvelo's avatar

6 month Jail time for owners whose dog shit isn’t picked up.

Bullshit “support” animals get to be on the plane, but the owner flies in a cage in the hold.

All restaurants dog-free.

ucme's avatar

We have staffie for that!

Patty_Melt's avatar

Poop free lawn. If someone lets their pet do doo doo, the city picks up said doo doo in reasonable time.

JLeslie's avatar

I’d be willing to pay a little to help neuter pets, and minimum care. That’s already a perk in itself.

However, I think pet owners should have to pay more than non-pet owners. There would have to be copays, and some procedures not covered for me to be in favor of it. If someone buys from a breeder then they pay even more.

Patty_Melt's avatar

Free bite repair.

stanleybmanly's avatar

The only “perk” worth a shit would be to cover PEOPLE first.

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