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tands to reason if you keep dogs you are, at some point, going to find yourself at the vet. In fact, it is our duty to take the dogs to the vet once a year to have their annual boosters for whatever it is that they protect them from. Parvovirus and distemper, as I recall, and flu and leptospirosis and kennel cough and

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