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  1. Bad breath, medically termed ‘halitosis,’ is a common problem reported by pet owners. The most common cause of halitosis is some sort of dental problem. Bacteria, saliva, and food particles can form plaque, which causes bad breath. This can further develop into gingivitis, or worse, periodontal disease, which will make the breath even more unpleasant.

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  2. Kerriwyn

    I have taught all my animals to answer questions by indicating yes or no, respectively. This includes my cats. I’d love to find a job for them, any ideas?

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  3. Hi there,
    My little dog Max goes everywhere with me, to the bank, grocery store, Post office, Walgreens, Walmart, he even came to my Chemo treatment with me, every one Loves Max, he not only helped me get through the hardest time in my life but he also brighten up the Chemo room. The other patients just lite up when they saw Max come in. He would go to each and every patient, give them hello hugs and kisses and for a few moments, everyone forgot why they were there. Thankfully, I’m in remission…..I could have never done it without my faithful companion.
    I think he would make a great doggie billboard! And, I’m sure it would be a big hit at the Doggie park and walking trail.
    We also go to the local nursing home twice a week, the elderly just love him.
    I was wondering if I could get more info about Promo dogs. Max can do a lot of advertising in his travels!

    Thanks

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  4. I’d feel bad “exploiting” my dog. I mean I know using the dog as a model in some campaign is not going to hurt him but I’d feel awful knowing that I’m now taking better care of my dog simply because I want him to appear on a billboard/in commercial.

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