Everyone has a "dog box" full of stuff, but maybe you should clean it out. Watch this. #5 is the most dangerous!
It is always better to ask your own vet staff anyway because they know you and your pet.
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9504 Lee Highway, Ooltewah TN 37363
9504 Lee Hwy, Ooltewah TN 37363
- Applebrook Animal Hospitalveterinarian, 1998 - present
- AuthorTennessee Tails :Pets and Their People, presentA collection of animal stories sure to make you laugh and cry.
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