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Old 16.12.2011, 17:39
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Traubert, so sorry for your loss, too. What a beautiful boy. It is so hard to loose a pet.

The Sophia Yin book that Meloncollie suggested is Chf 132 at bookdepository.co.uk, free shipping.

My pup is very fearful of the vet, and we usually muzzle her, it's the safest. But we're about to move and Lily is not so fond of new situations...I'm going to read what Dr Yin has to say.
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