Vets regularly treat injuries incurred at dog parks. So if you go, make sure your dog is well socialized or leashed and watch out for canine bullies.
Vets regularly treat injuries incurred at dog parks. So if you go, make sure your dog is well socialized or leashed and watch out for canine bullies. Aaron Lavinsky TNS
Vets regularly treat injuries incurred at dog parks. So if you go, make sure your dog is well socialized or leashed and watch out for canine bullies. Aaron Lavinsky TNS

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