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Man Tattoos His Dog While Sedated, Animal Cruelty Or Not?

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A Brooklyn tattoo artist decided to make his dog “cooler” than the other dogs on this planet with a permanent mark. Many consider that to be animal cruelty, but apparently the vet that let him didn’t. A lot of people argued this for both sides, some say at least the dog was under anesthetic and others just don’t agree period. His dog was undergoing a major surgery and he thought he would get his moneys worth and give the dog some ink. If you feel you have the courage to look at this helpless dog drugged up on the table with the new ink, you can view the picture above.

I want to hear YOUR opinion of whether or not this is animal cruelty in your eyes, take the poll below!

 

 

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