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Dog Health    Dog health is naturally an important subject for every dedicated dog owner.Some dog health problems affect all breeds to the same degree,while others are much more common in a certain dog breed or groups of dogs.Before you get a dog,it is therefore a good idea to find out if any special dog health problems are related to the dog breed that you are interested in.

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05:06:24 PM
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I agree! to avoid further problems, check first the dog's health, you might not want to get one that you don't know if it is healthy or not. its OK to be tight sure of your dog's health.
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05:06:45 PM
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Plus it could also avoid any further expenses. Imagine if your dog is not that healthy you need to go back and forth to the vet's clinic for check-up, what a waste of time and money.
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08:52:41 AM
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Yeah, my friend sold his dog when he got tired of spending money with his cute little Poodle. I told him before that he must always have his dog checked up. I mean, regular check up because that would at least ensure that he wouldn't have to go back to the doctor every time he sees something unusual with his Poodle. He didn't listen, so there the dog suffered so much.
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