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I haven't confirmed the lower sugar peanut butter, but xylitol and other sugar alcohols can be deadly for dogs.
Make sure you know the ingredients of what you give them.
 
Just use organic/natural peanut butter. Check the labels before giving any to your dog.

Blue got sick last year when he apparently ate a pack of my sugarless gum. Had no idea he had. He was lethargic all day but I thought it was the heat.

By the time I figured it out, I called the vet. They told me how bad sugarless gum was. By then he was up and about, but it could have been much worse.

I now keep it in my purse (it was on my nightstand) and away from him.
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I know the toxicity is true, I'm not clear that it's being used in peanut butters.

I wouldn't be surprised, but I haven't seen such a product on the shelf myself yet.
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I hate these stupid memes. Almost everyone I know posting Pokemon Go is very clued in politically, and well aware of the social issues in America and the world.
In fact, most are more activist than the people posting these stupid memes.

Perhaps the posters are too limited themselves to entertain more than one interest at a time. Fortunately I have a higher caliber of friends.
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Vote Johnson.
 

The Huffington Post is now including Gary Johnson in it's polling reports. They say they put a lot of work into making sure they could do so.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/gary-johnson-trump-clinton-polls_us_5798e0d2e4b01180b5312ad2
The Libertarian candidate is averaging nearly 9 percent nationally.
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This is really awesome, sign language CCW classes serving a community that had been neglected before.
 
Gun course offers new hope for Texas deaf community
This is great news.
A local gun club is working to allow a new group of Texans to enjoy a right that until recently was out of reach.

In July, members of the deaf community gathered for a license to carry class at Nardis Gun Club. The class, taught entirely in sign language, represented a first in San Antonio.

Houston Deaf Community - time for you to step up
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Thanks +Pam Adger​, because of your post I got off my butt and just made a donation of "power red", or a double donation of red blood cells.
Apparently it's in high demand especially for my blood type (O-) since it often goes to trauma victims.
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Smart choice.
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Remember it's always OK against white people. ( no, seriously. Who gives a shit?)
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+Joshua Hocieniec​ It's not "against white people", when even the few that were historically derogatory terms, were no-doubt self given and inspire pride (though I admittedly don't have the energy to prove that Jerry Jones isn't part native American and using his platform as an owner to perpetuate myths about cowboys), and especially when the race being "parodied" - for lack of a better word - directly benefits financially. Not one of those mascots checks any of these boxes like "Redskin" does. It is impossible to equate racism, without ignoring and dismissing their individual histories. Though "treating everyone the same" is right and fair on a shortened timeline, it makes us hypocrites and racists when viewed in the context if U.S. history.

Tell me how the Native Americans are responsible for the Redskin name themselves, how native Americans benefit financially (proportionate to white ownership, not due to PR stunts and charity to soften the anger surrounding the issue), or how the histories of the uses of the words "Brewer" or "Padre" (<--white stereotype?) can be in any way compared to that of the word "Redskin", and maybe I can answer why nobody feels sorry for white owners benefiting financially from stereotypes that aren't necessarily white-only and have no connection to white slavery/murder/rape/oppression, while minorities are told that they should have pride in the very names used to oppress them for hundreds of years... WHILE members of the race responsible for providing and using that name in a derogatory, oppressive manner in the first place, benefit financially from its continued use. I would appreciate it if in return, you could explain to me how that is ANYTHING but continued oppression, using the same vehicle, just a different method.
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If your cat is that vicious and out of control, keep the damn thing inside.

Poor doggies.
 
That is one tough cat... #caturday  
One pit went to the vet after the unexpected cat attack.
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We had a cat that used to chase  a neighbour's Rottweiler out of the yard and down the street. Admittedly she was a feral cat that made our home her home. After she had lived with us for about 5 years she was a great family pet (but boss of the yard).
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I think as a Nation it is our duty to make sure Phelps and Ledecky have a child.
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You can have a free market or you can have a black market. No exceptions.
 
The market always wins.
Now that Uber and Lyft have pulled out of Austin due to onerous new city regulations, drivers and riders are turning to black market ride-sharing.
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Great banquet rooms, very good catered breakfast and perfect for hosting professional networking events.
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Great staff, well cared for rooms, free shuttle service
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reviewed a month ago
Great burritos and the pickled carrots are large and crisp. Good choice for a fast lunch.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
It's out of the way but the wife and I will drive the 25 minutes to go to Buccaneer Pizza. It's right up there for the best pizza in Orange County. Lots of varieties, priced well, and BIG pizzas. The staff has always been really nice and professional as well and will take the time to talk you. Great place. If you want pizza, you owe it to yourself to try them.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 4 years ago
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My esteem for the quality of Chipotle food can best be summed up by this: there is tabasco sauce available in their restaurant yet I've never had cause to use it.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The staff here are wonderful! They treat you like family, genuinely caring and interested. The pho is great, a rich tasty broth and the ingredients are fresh. One of my favorite places to eat.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
I've never eaten in, but got a pizza to take out several times. Hands down one of the best pizza's in the area. If you're in the mood for a good pizza don't even look at those chain joints, this place serves a pie you'll be telling your friends about.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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