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

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

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hey Spirit Dog, My dog eat about 2 1/2 chocolate cupcakes and one of them had alot of icing on it and the other one had a little but do u think she will die? And by the way she is a red nose pit bull.

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