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Raje

She's the dog of some family frdines. An absolute crack-up. When she sees me she runs to me as fast as she can and just before she crashes into me she flips herself onto her back so I can rub her belly. Just adorable.

Ton

oh yea, hes really eionynjg that I cant really see my puppy fighting that either he loves ear rubs. I have a problem though.. I just got my puppys ears cropped ten days ago. I am really worried about cleaning them. Seems like this might be painful. But they are dirty and need done. Also, is it harmful to get water in the ears, like during his bath?

Octopus

I often think that pet companies get their marketing spot on. They effectively use consumer insights to ensure they make sure their campaigns hit home with consumers and send a strong message.

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