how do i get my dog to eat me out?

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Answered: What can a dog eat to thicken the blood

Why do you want your dog to get a blood clot?

Answered: Is there any temperament change in dogs because of eating sweets?

I have seen different articles on Chocolate will kill dogs,as well as raisins.

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There not as good as cats

Answered: My dog is very small and she eats chocolate what will happen?

Don't you think I know that.... she took herself I didnt give it to her

Answered: My dog's breath smells like a porta potty

invest in denta bones, I've found the little green ones shaped like toothbrushes work well!!

Answered: Why dogs eat grass?

The bible refers to foxes that eat grapes. Song of songs 2:15 'Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vineyards; for our vineyards are in blossom.
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