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Podcast: Fruits for Weight Loss

Podcast: Fruits for Weight Loss

If you are trying to lose weight, there is a good chance that you are well aware of the effects that carbohydrates have on your body. Whether they come from pasta, bread or snacks, too much sugar from your diet will eventually find its way into your belly. While it's...

Rethink your health with Verlota

Rethink your health with Verlota

Beaverton, OR, September 16, 2020: Verlota is pleased to announce the launch of their premium CBD health products, focused on helping people rethink their health. Verlota is a health supplement brand that is designed to help transform individuals’ health using their 5 Health Elements.
CBD Oil To Increase Dog Appetite

CBD Oil To Increase Dog Appetite

Have you ever watched a dog eat? It is truly the highlight of their entire day. In fact, most of the day is spent with most dogs begging for puppy food. Not because they are being starved, but because food is the substance that provides them with energy and boosts...

CBD Oil for Labrador Retrievers

CBD Oil for Labrador Retrievers

Dogs are just like humans. There are happy ones, moody ones, lazy ones, energetic ones, helpful ones and dogs you just can’t help but roll your eyes at. For as many types of dog breeds there are in the world, there are even more temperaments to accompany them. The...

How to Stop Your Dog From Peeing in the House

How to Stop Your Dog From Peeing in the House

You are a pet owner. What else can we say, but “pee happens”. Especially for new pet owners. If you have just become a pet owner and are wondering why your 4-month old puppy is peeing in your house,Puppies peeing everywhere or just simply peeing in the house comes...

CBD Oil for Siberian Huskies

CBD Oil for Siberian Huskies

There are few dog breeds in the world that are as majestic as the Siberian Husky. It’s not often you can even get away with calling a dog-breed “majestic”, but the Siberian husky earns that title. This is an animal that has lived a weathered and storied past. Roots...

CBD Oil for French Bulldogs

CBD Oil for French Bulldogs

Animals, like people, can come in a large variety of shapes, sizes, temperaments, personalities and can be accompanied by just as many ailments. Not all dogs are created the same and it’s our mission with our new article series, that focuses on specific breeds and...

How to Make a Dog First Aid Kit

How to Make a Dog First Aid Kit

There’s no such thing as being “over prepared” when it comes to being a pet owner. Unless you plan on constructing a bomb shelter for your schnauzer, that is. Truth be told, there are many circumstances where a pet emergency kit would come in handy. As durable as our...

CBD Oil for Australian Shepherds

CBD Oil for Australian Shepherds

Entering into the world of pet ownership offers a ton of benefits, but it also offers even more questions. The question of which type of dog breed will fit into your lifestyle the best is often the most important question one should ask when considering adopting a dog...

Feline Leukemia and Treatments

Feline Leukemia and Treatments

Cats are not the most talkative creatures on the planet. Sure, they may be loud, rambunctious, energetic and downright rude at times, but they don’t show their feelings with us as openly as a dog. When a dog isn’t feeling well or is in pain it’s usually quite easy to...

CBD Oil For Rottweilers

CBD Oil For Rottweilers

Dogs come in many different shapes, sizes, moods and personalities. Not all dogs are created equally and even breeds tend to have their standouts among the litter. For instance, you are going to get a completely different pet-parenting experience from raising a...

CBD Oil for Osteochondritis Dissecans in Dogs

CBD Oil for Osteochondritis Dissecans in Dogs

For us, having a sore shoulder or joint is not a “rush to the hospital” type of ailment. If we have a sore shoulder, we can do a few stretches, take some muscle relaxant or pain medication and be right as rain in a few hours. We also have the luxury of being able to...

Do Dogs Remember Their Abusers?

Do Dogs Remember Their Abusers?

The numbers that surround animal abuse in The United States are staggering. For the majority of us, the thought of striking or emotionally hurting our pets is as foreign of an idea as one can be. Unfortunately, it is still a serious issue that continues in the US and...

CBD Oil For Dachshunds

CBD Oil For Dachshunds

Cannabidiol, or CBD as it is more commonly referred to, is a popular extract that is derived from the hemp plant and can be used to assist with a number of ailments in both humans and animals. It can be used to calm, relieve stress, reduce inflammation and a host of...

How To Introduce A Dog To A Baby

How To Introduce A Dog To A Baby

If you are reading this it means that you are about to bring a new addition into your family. Congratulations! But there may be other members of your already established family who aren’t as excited about it as you are. In many ways, your dog was your first child....

What to Do If Your Dog Nose Bleed

It’s not something we are always ready to deal with. As pet owners, we are aware that there will be times and places where our pets could potentially injure themselves, but that doesn’t make it easier to deal with when it happens. Especially when there is blood...

How To Stop A Dog From Barking

How To Stop A Dog From Barking

The noise can be deafening. It can annoy your neighbours and embarrass you in front of friends or company. It can give the impression that your dog is more aggressive than they actually are. Whatever your reason for wanting to reduce it, barking is a natural form of...

CBD Oil Alongside Probiotics For Dogs

CBD Oil Alongside Probiotics For Dogs

If you have flipped through television channels or scrolled through your news-feed at any point, you’ve likely seen an advertisement for “Probiotics”. Aside from those ads recommending them to promote a “healthy gut” what do they have to offer? What is a probiotic?...

How To Introduce Dogs To Each Other

How To Introduce Dogs To Each Other

If you are reading this then it would appear you have found yourself in a bit of a pickle. Maybe you already own a dog and are thinking about getting a second one. Perhaps you have already chosen your rescue dog and are about to bring them home. Is company coming over...

Collapsed Trachea in Dogs

Have you ever owned or known someone who’s owned a vacuum cleaner? Unless you have been around linoleum and hardwood floors your entire life, the odds are pretty good that you have. Believe it or not, that vacuum cleaner hose is actually a perfect representation of...

How to Care for a Dog with an Amputated Leg

How to Care for a Dog with an Amputated Leg

As scary as the thought of amputating a pet’s leg can be, a lot of the time it can actually be more of a relief than a hindrance. It’s hard to not project our own, human, feelings on the matter towards our dog when the veterinarian informs us that amputation may be...

Best Hypoallergenic Dogs That Don’t Shed

Best Hypoallergenic Dogs That Don’t Shed

Owning a pet is one of the most fulfilling things in the world. There’s something about their adorable faces, a playful demeanour, downright silliness and… dander? Unfortunately, not everyone who owns or wants to own a pet can do so without some drawbacks. Around...

How Much Exercise Does A Dog Need Everyday?

How Much Exercise Does A Dog Need Everyday?

Tell us if any of this sounds familiar: Your dog is howling at the sky for seemingly no reason though the day. You come home from work or errands to find that your couch has been completely destroyed and its remnants have been scattered all over your floor. Those...

Why Do Dogs Eat Poop and How to Stop It

Why Do Dogs Eat Poop and How to Stop It

Yes, you read that headline correctly. We are here to talk about excrement, poop, stool, feces, do-do, whatever you want to call it, it’s all the same thing. We know that this behaviour is common in dogs, but we don’t like to talk about it for obvious reasons. It’s...

Why are Dogs Scared of Thunder?

Why are Dogs Scared of Thunder?

We’ve all been there. The eerie stillness. That “thunderstorm smell” that starts wafting through the windows in the hours prior. The grey sky that makes 3 in the afternoon look like 8pm, but fido is nowhere to be found. We like to poke fun at the fact that our dogs...

What is DHPP for Dogs? A Complete Guide

What is DHPP for Dogs? A Complete Guide

When you decide to make the jump into pet parenthood, there are a lot of new obstacles and lists of information that you need to know. Many pet owners think that getting a puppy or a doggy rescue is as simple as taking them home and feeding them every day. The reality...

Fractured or Broken Teeth in Dogs and Cats

Fractured or Broken Teeth in Dogs and Cats

Seeing our pets in pain is something that every animal owner dreads. We take so many steps to ensure that our dogs and cats are fed the right food, provided with ample exercise and live the best quality of life they can. But sometimes accidents happen. Of all the...

How To Teach A Dog To Heel

How To Teach A Dog To Heel

Have you ever felt the true might of your dog? When they want to move forward, they are going to move forward. Battling your dog for leash control can take any of the relaxation or joy out of their daily walking routine. Quickly turning it into a battle of wits and...

10 Tips on How To Train A Pit Bull

10 Tips on How To Train A Pit Bull

Pit bulls get a bad wrap. It’s unfortunate that such a clownish, lovable and loyal dog is often portrayed as hyper violent or uncontrolled. The fact of the matter is, animals abide by the old adage of nurture vs nature. Yes, a pit bull can be an aggressive pooch, but...

Cat Dandruff – Symptoms Remedies and Treatments

Cat Dandruff – Symptoms Remedies and Treatments

Head, shoulders, floofs and paws. Have you ever been brushing your kitty and noticed a collection of tiny flakes on their fur? Maybe your special spazz seems to be perpetually itchy or easily irritated. While being “easily irritated” is a common trait with most...

Verlota Update on COVID-19 – Note to our valued customers

Verlota Update on COVID-19 – Note to our valued customers

We understand the growing concern surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19) across our communities and our hearts go out to all those who've been impacted. As pet parents, we understand you may have specific questions about how to keep your pets and families safe, and we are...

Alopecia or Hair Loss in Dogs

Alopecia or Hair Loss in Dogs

Hair loss in dogs is a relatively common occurrence. Living with a pet means that you will experience hair stuck to every surface of your home on a daily basis. The shedding of hair is never to be worried about, but rather the sudden increase in hair loss or bald...

Dog Flu Vaccine Side Effects

Dog Flu Vaccine Side Effects

It’s that time of year again. Time to talk about flu season and vaccinations, but this time it’s for our pets. Strangely enough, Canine influenza or as it is commonly referred to, “dog flu” is a relatively new ailment to afflict our pooches. It acts somewhat like, but...

CBD For Heatstroke Treatment In Dogs

CBD For Heatstroke Treatment In Dogs

Summer is right around the corner and with it the ideal months for adventuring with your pup! Summer means heat and heat can lead to heatstroke which, in more serious situations, can lead to death. Whether it’s in humans or dogs, heatstroke is no laughing matter. In...

How Long Does CBD Stay in a Pet’s System?

How Long Does CBD Stay in a Pet’s System?

Congratulations! You’ve braved the CBD waters and answered most of the important questions when it comes to giving your pet CBD Oil or Treats. There are tons of information on what Cannabidiol (CBD) is and how you can use it to relieve a multitude of ailments for your...

Can You Mix CBD With Other Pet Supplements?

Can You Mix CBD With Other Pet Supplements?

We live in an interesting time when it comes to holistic medicine for humans and pets. Cannabidiol (CBD) has exploded into popularity over the past couple years and, even more recently, it has strutted its way into the pet health world. While CBD is a completely...

CBD Oil For Panosteitis in Dogs and Puppies

Do you remember what growing pains were like? Of course you don’t, we were around eight when those started. If you could remember them, though, you’d remember leg and joint pain in the evenings and early mornings. Growing pains are no joke and they can become a...

CBD for Senior and Disabled Dogs

CBD for Senior and Disabled Dogs

Pets are members of our families. From the moment we bring home our new kitty or pup, they fill up our homes and hearts. As time goes on, those bonds only grow stronger, so when we see them struggling with pain due to age or a disability, we instinctively want to help...

Pug Health Problems & Pug Grooming Tips

Pug Health Problems & Pug Grooming Tips

Pugs are one of the most energetic and happy dog breeds that you can own. If you’ve ever owned a pug as a pet, or been in the presence of one, you know that they were put on this planet to entertain us. Their wrinkled faces, weird grunts, groans and sudden bursts of...

Benefits Of CBD Oil And CBD Treats For Dogs?

Benefits Of CBD Oil And CBD Treats For Dogs?

Whether your loyal best friend is a working dog, a lazy mutt, giant and fluffy or small and coarse, CBD can affect major positive change for dogs of all shapes and sizes.  Many breeds have numerous disorders and physiological problems associated with them, but we’re...

10 Reasons To Use Full Spectrum Hemp Oil For Dogs

10 Reasons To Use Full Spectrum Hemp Oil For Dogs

Holistic vets have been sending us some interesting reports about the benefits of hemp oil for dogs in their care …A senior Staffordshire Terrier had a 6cm mammary tumor and metastasis that disappeared in 3 months and didn’t come back …A Jack Russell Terrier had a...

CBD Dog Treats: What Are the Pros & Cons

CBD Dog Treats: What Are the Pros & Cons

CBD has been all the rage of late, Americans are diving in with 4 paws on the benefits that CBD can have on certain ailments and medical issues. Millions of Americans are now using CBD to help deal with things like pain, inflammation, insomnia and much much more. This...

Cold Weather Pet Safety Tips from Ears to Paws

Cold Weather Pet Safety Tips from Ears to Paws

There is always a lot of attention surrounding dog safety when the temperatures start to sore, specifically leaving your dog in a hot car. But what many don’t know is that the cold weather poses just as many threats to dogs as the heat does. When the snow starts to...

How To Potty Train A Puppy

How To Potty Train A Puppy

Potty training is one of the most important steps both a dog and their owner can take during the early stages of a puppy's life, whether you train them outdoors or on a pee pad indoors, how you train your pup will help shape them into an independent dog. Dog owners...

Puppy Development Stages

Puppy Development Stages

One of the best times of owning a puppy is the early stages of their life, from the day they open their eyes for the first time they let out a bark. There are a lot of phases and milestones during the puppy development stages, some of those moments can be challenging...

How to Train a Puppy Basic Commands

It’s imperative to get off on the right paw when teaching your new puppy how to properly behave, whether it be how to teach a dog loose leash walking, dog command hand signals or just teaching your dog how to sit and stay. These commands are important to building a...

CBD Oil for Seizures in Dogs

If your dog has ever had a seizure in front of you, it can be very very scary. You may feel helpless and be really worried about your four-legged best friend. It’s not uncommon for a dog to experience a seizure but it is common for dog owners to be completely...

CBD for Nausea Treatment in Dogs and Cats

CBD for Nausea Treatment in Dogs and Cats

Being Nauseous can be a real pain in the you know what, between eating bad food or getting the flu, feeling sick is never a fun time. When we do feel nausea we turn to specific remedy’s like drinking ginger ale, taking medication or taking vitamins, nausea usually...

How To Give Your Cat CBD Oil

How To Give Your Cat CBD Oil

Guide To Giving Your Cat CBD Oil Cats are their own individuals, they do what they want when they want. It’s easy to have a love hate relationship with cats but we mostly love them for their strong personalities and laid back attitudes. So it’s important we take care...

Is Glucosamine Good For My Dog?

Is Glucosamine Good For My Dog?

Pets bring so much joy and energy to our lives it’s easy to forget that all their running and jumping around has an effect of their bodies. It’s normal for your dog to naturally start to slow down as they get older and this is usually the first sign that your dog is...

How CBD Can Help With Aggressive Dogs

How CBD Can Help With Aggressive Dogs

CBD: A Dogs Best Friend CBD has been all the rage of late, Americans are diving in with 4 paws on the benefits that CBD can have on certain ailments and medical issues. Millions of Americans are now using CBD to help deal with things like pain, inflammation, insomnia...

It’s Safe, It’s Easy, It’s Natural. CBD Just Works!

It’s Safe, It’s Easy, It’s Natural. CBD Just Works!

What can you do to help prevent AND treat your dog's ailments? Like most dog owners, the Wild Thing team’s pets are not just our furry companions, they’re family.  We would do anything for our dogs, and we always strive to provide the best possible quality of life for...

Cushing’s Disease in Dogs

The hormone cortisol is important for immune support and stress regulation.  When your dog suffers from a lack or excess of this hormone, it can spell major trouble for their well-being. The medical term for Cushing's disease is hyperadrenocorticism, which occurs when...

Feline Hyperesthesia

A cat's tail is like a woman's hair - they fret about it, you'd best not try to pull it, and it's state of well-being can be an indicator of their mood (dry, dishevelled and frizzy... run!). Many “cat people” know that their cat’s tail is like a window to their...

Common Digestive Problems in Cats

Felines can be picky eaters, and they often have no qualms about letting you know when they're "unsatisfied" with their meals.  But can you sense the difference between a stubborn feline-food-snob and a cat suffering from digestion problems? Cats are very similar, but...

Gastrointestinal Disease in Dogs

The gastrointestinal system is like the engine of a car - it processes the "fuel" (food) and makes the "car" (dog) go.  If your canine's GI system isn't running properly, they're at risk of "stalling". Canine gastrointestinal (GI) disorders affect the stomach and...

Kidney Failure in Dogs

Let's face it, dogs pee on just about everything... But did you know that frequent urination, combined with signs of dehydration, blood in urine and pain in the lower body can mean trouble for your dog's kidneys? Just like in our bodies, your dog’s kidneys are very...

Abdominal Pain In Dogs

Dogs can be very positive influences in our lives - their unconditional loyalty and love for their family is something to aspire to.  While they take special care of our needs, it isn't always obvious what could be affecting your dog internally. It’s never easy to see...

Cancer in Cats

Cancer. The 'Big C'. It's an all-too-common factor in many people's lives. Unfortunately, it's also very prevalent in our pets. Nearly 1 in 5 cats will develop some form of cancer in their lifetime. How can we reduce that number? What can we do as loving pet owners...

Geriatric Life for Dogs

It's a subject all dog owners dread: your dog is getting old.  As our canines shift from being active and healthy to aged and geriatric, families can struggle to come to terms with the effects of aging.  When our dogs get 'long in the tooth', there are many changes to...

Hair Loss in Dogs

Look in any dog owner's car, on their couch or in their vacuum filter you'll find it: enough dog hair to weave a king-sized blanket.  Shedding causes both dogs and their owners grief, but do you know the difference between normal shedding and severe hair loss...

Travel Anxiety in Dogs

Cross-country road trip? Vacation to a beach resort?? Expensive hobby convention in the big city??? No matter where you're going or why, travelling is almost always exciting... until you look into your dog's eyes and see the fear, sadness and anxiety.  It can be a...

Cat Phobias

Cats have many defining characteristics: confidence, bravado and determination. One side of cats we don't often see is their capacity for fear. Feline phobias, like any irrational fear, can be extremely distressing for your cat. It's a common occurrence in the...

Health Risks for Obese Cats

Fluffy, chubby, playful cats.  They're the cutest things on the planet, right? There's a big difference between "fluffy" and "chubby" however, and understanding the risks of feline obesity can make a world of difference for you and your cat.  Whether your cat suffers...

Coughing in Cats

HAIRBALL! Okay, that’s not the only cause, but it’s one of the most common and stereotypical causes of a coughing cat.   There is nothing pleasant about watching any cat cough, hack and yack away in front of you. It’s actually quite disturbing when you think...

Appetite Loss In Cats

Your cat needs food like a car needs fuel. If you have noticed your cat has gone a few days without eating anything, it could be the first sign of a serious issue   Although all pets refuse to eat from time to time, often due to illness, it can be more dangerous...

Weight Gain in Cats

Is Mittens having trouble fitting into that "cute sweater" she hates so much? Your cat may not admit that they've "put on a few pounds", but as responsible owners it's up to us to help them manage a healthy physique.   It's not always easy being a cat.  Sure,...

Giardia in Dogs

Who drinks water out of a muddy puddle? Who will eat almost anything off the floor? Who is known to dig-up and chew on whatever they can get their paws on? Probably your dog. How can you ensure they're not contracting infectious parasites & bacteria? Giardiasis,...

Sneezing & Reverse Sneezing in Dogs

We've all experienced it: your dog caught in a sneezing fit, you can only watch, helpless.  Why do our dogs sneeze? How can we help to prevent these fits of sneezing or reverse sneezing? Like a cough, sneezes are your dog's bodily reaction to irritants, allergens or...

Hotspots on Dogs

Hotspots?! Despite what you might think, these do not refer to Canine Wifi connections.  Hotspots are a common skin & coat disorder that afflict sick or older dogs. If you're the proud owner of a long-haired, shaggy coat canine then you're probably also a veteran...

Canine Blisters

Did you know that dogs can actually develop many of the same skin conditions as humans do. Blisters on your dogs skin are often temporary and curable, but sometimes they may also be a symptom of a more serious conditions. As your dogs trusted owner, it is important...

Bronchitis in Dogs

If treated quickly, bronchitis in dogs can be resolved fairly easily; however, left untreated it can lead to more serious conditions such as pneumonia. Bronchitis in dogs can become a chronic issue, in which case on-going treatment may be required. See your...

Staph Infection in Dogs

Staphylococcal dermatitis is the most common type of staph infection seen in dogs. It is a bacterial skin infection that causes inflammation of the skin and redness in affected areas. The bacteria that actually causes the condition, naturally resides in the skin. As...

Canine Parvovirus

Canine Parvovirus (CPV) is one of the reasons you are supposed to keep your puppy away from other dogs until they are completely vaccinated. It is an extremely contagious virus that can affect all dog, but mainly those under four months old that have not had all their...

Cherry Eye in Dogs

You’ve probably seen a small red bulge in the corner of a dogs eye before, if not your own dog. That’s what they call Cherry Eye in Dogs and left untreated and can cause some serious issues and affect their tear production and overall eye health. It’s not life...

Vomiting in Cats

Cats throw up often, let’s face it. They usually throw up because of something they ate or because they have very sensitive digestive systems. In most cases, there is really nothing to worry about. The concern arises when the vomiting becomes acute, meaning it isn’t...

Anemia in Dogs

Does your pup lack energy, show signs of fatigue and lethargy?  The problem might be in in your dog's blood. Prepare yourself to be little confused. Anemia is not actually a disease that can be treated and cured. It is rather a condition that is a symptom of a disease...

Bad Breath in Cats

Your cat doesn't drink coffee, so what's the feline excuse for "morning breath"? Has your cat ever yawned and cleared a room? Okay, maybe that’s a bit extreme, but sometimes a cat’s breath can smell worse than their gaseous discharge. In all seriousness, if your cats...

Feline Dermatitis

A lot of cats pay close attention and care to their coats. But who is taking care of what's below the fur?   Feline miliary dermatitis is the term used to describe Dermatitis in cats, because the reaction looks like tiny millet seeds on the cat’s skin. Rashes...

Feline Dementia

Cats can be among the most observant and sharp - literally! - animals that humans interact with. However, our feline friends can also suffer from the mental fog and cognitive degeneration associated with Dementia. Your cat, just like any human, will undergo changes to...

Arthritis in Cats

Cats are often regarded as flexible, agile and self-sustaining creatures. Be that as it may, cats (just like their owners) can experience joint pain & inflammation. If your cat is slowing down, showing signs of stiffness and reduced flexibility, it may be...

Kidney Disease in Cats

Unfortunately, Kidney Disease and Kidney Failure are common afflictions in cats - specifically older felines. Anywhere from 30-50% of cats aged 12+ will likely experience kidney disfunction.  Kidneys play a vital role in the maintenance of healthy blood and keeping...

Hair Loss in Cats

One of the most noticeable conditions that cats suffer from is hair loss.  This condition can occur frequently throughout the feline lifecycle, and it can have many root causes. It’s Saturday night, you’re relaxing and watching movies.  Your cat jumps up on your lap...

Hearing Loss in Dogs

Do you have to call your dog three or four times to come back into the house? Did they used to respond right away? You might have to consider hearing aids for your dog, seriously, that’s a thing! Your dog may be suffering from hearing loss in one or both ears. If you...

Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

It’s an all-too-common occurrence in the life of dogs: sore joints, pain and swelling, and a decrease in activity at the onset of arthritis. Many large-breed dogs suffer from chronic hip pain and deterioration of the hip-joints (such as German Shepherds).  Severe...

How to Calm Hyperactivity in Dogs

Excitability and overzealous affection are common traits in almost every canine - these characteristics are not bad qualities by any means.  A dog’s capacity for love and loyalty are unparalleled, and these qualities should not avoided. However, an overabundance of...

Inflammatory Arthritis In Dogs

It’s an all-too-common occurrence in the life of dogs: sore joints, pain and swelling, and a decrease in activity at the onset of arthritis. Chronic pain and inflammation can happen to any dog - young or old, hale or sick.  Because it is so common and synonymous with...

Irritable Bowel Syndrome in Dogs

IBS - or irritable bowel syndrome - is a common affliction that affects many people, and also their dogs. Many senior canines can develop gastrointestinal, gut and bowel disorders over a lifetime of eating the same food, or having trouble with a consistent diet.  Pet...

Lung Cancer in Dogs: Symptoms & Treatments

As is too common in today’s world, there are innumerable forms of cancer afflicting both humans and our beloved pets.  Lung Cancer, although it is not very prevalent in man’s best friends, is still a very serious and life-altering illness when it does occur. Lung...

Blindness in Dogs

Dogs suffering from blindness are not always completely blind. Some dogs may be only blind in one eye, partially blind or even intermittently blind. The world is a huge dangerous playground for any dog, but it becomes far more dangerous for blind dogs. Falling down...

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