When I was growing up in the Midwest, we always had a dog, sometimes more than one. They always stayed outside, usually in a doghouse made by either my brother or myself.
It had the dog’s name over the opening and usually a chain that could pull large logs with a tractor. If a dog got sick, we would simply open its mouth, throw a tablespoon of table salt down its throat, and stand back.
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