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post #41 of 48 (permalink) Old 02-25-2019, 05:24 PM
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The bottom inside! of the fridge! All I am going to say!
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post #42 of 48 (permalink) Old 02-25-2019, 09:31 PM
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@2S1H I see your avatar...so, how did you teach your dog to read? What kind of books does he/ she like to read? :-)
I recommend “go dog go” by Dr.Seuss!

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My wife did this inside our house and it looked like a hair bomb went off. Works great to remove loose hair and other debris, but for sure it's an outside tool only.
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Nope, don’t use a force dryer in the house. It’ll end up like this, lol


I don't have a force dryer, the inside of my car looks something like this. I require 3 hours notice before having passengers in my car.
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I don't have a force dryer, the inside of my car looks something like this. I require 3 hours notice before having passengers in my car.


My poor MINI Cooper will never be the same. My minivan is out of commission right now, so the MINI is the current dog mobile. The amount of hair in that car is embarrassing.
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If anyone is a Dr Seuss fan, we recommend Green Eggs & Ham!

Diva has Megaesophagus, so she has to spend time in an upright position to make sure the food makes it past the non-functioning part of her esophagus. So, we do what can to pass the time!

At least she isn’t into the Harlequin romances!!!
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I don't have a force dryer, the inside of my car looks something like this. I require 3 hours notice before having passengers in my car.
I just tell people to walk. I'm rude that way.

Seriously though. An old sock slipped over your hand and slightly dampened is perfect to remove hair from vehicle upholstery and carpet. Just rub over the carpets like petting a dog.
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Parvo Virus

A month from now, ill be backpacking. I usually take my male german shepherd with me. Unfortunately my female is about to give birth soon. I was wondering is it safe for me to take my dog backpacking and wash him up after or will the pathogen such as parvovirus, could still be potentially stick on to my male GSD and potentially spread in to the few weeks old puppies? will there e even parvo in state/national forest?

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They shed more during certainpartsof the year, whenthey blow their coats. But they do constantly shed through the year.
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