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The Sea Witch
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I'LL HAVE A NEW DOG TO PUT A COSTUME ON THIS HALLOWEEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Meet Pita (Pain In The ***) a lab mix (or maybe all lab, we really don't know!) we got from the shelter a couple of weeks ago. She's SOOOO smart (housebroken already, sleeps through night in her crate and sits!) and her favorite hobby is annoying her big brother, Renji! :) She is 7 weeks old today! Her mom was pregnant and was hit by a car, and she was the only pup that lived! One of the shelter volunteers had been hand raising her and I was the lucky one that got to bring her home!


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oooooh she is adorable! congrats! Our big guy recently (yesterday) turned 1, but he is far bigger than most dogs his senior...he is a great dane. Hoping to get him a costume this year too! (although I'll likely have to hand make it...couldn't find one big enough in stores last year :(
 

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:D Actually the breath isn't caused by worms...the cause is questioned by vets, but here is a possible answer..."The most common and reasonable answer sited from several veterinarians is the smell is from their healthy, mild diet of mother’s milk and puppy food along with the enzymes in the stomach that breaks these foods down. It’s possible that the progression of dental disease in older dogs is what causes this odor to change. Therefore, it is important to start socializing your puppy to tooth brushing. The goal is to brush their teeth daily, just like us. Together, you and your toothbrush can keep that intoxicating puppy breath a little while longer!"

 

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Aaaah. Congrats witchy mom, and as an animal adopter myself. Thanks for helping homeless babies. All our pets are rescues. Our last adoptee is Miles a large orange and white tabby who had a questionable past, and was in a kennel for 6 months. He didn't even purr when we got him. He is settling in nicely, and not biting like he use to. It has taken over a year to get to this point.
 
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