CNN.com reports that Japan will be getting its first doggy nursing home, which will provide aging pets with round-the-clock home and healthcare for about $800 a month.
“Owners pay 98,000 yen ($800) a month to keep their dogs at the Soladi Care Home for pets, which opens Friday, according to a joint release by Soladi Co. and the Endo Veterinary clinic in Tochigi, eastern Japan.
Veterinarians at the home will offer round-the-clock monitoring, and residents will be fed specially fortified food, the release said.
The home, which can accept 20 dogs at one time, will also employ puppies to play with the aging dogs to help them keep fit and feel younger, the release said.”
Listen up, Japan. If those puppies don’t have work permits I’ll slam you on DISGRASIAN faster than you can snap a picture. DO YOU HEAR ME?!!?
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