This article hits two interesting subjects - veterinary malpractice and dogs that bark too much. On the veterinary malpractice side, it is unfortunate the clinic where the dog was staying did not take measures to insure the safety of the dog. If the dog was in distress, as evidenced by several days of non-stop barking, then the clinic may have had a duty to do more than allow him to die.
On the barking note, it is true that far too many dogs have been euthanized, or maybe even worse, de-barked, because of a chronic barking problem.
Did A Bulldog Bark Himself To Death?: Gothamist
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