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Tuesday - August 30, 2011

From: Coral Springs, FL
Region: Select Region
Topic: User Comments
Title: Doggy berries
Answered by: Nan Hampton

QUESTION:

I recently wrote to you regarding my Doggy ingesting some berries from a neighbors out of control fence line-falling onto our property. The answer you gave was 100 % correct! Despite my feeble attempt to describe it! Sincerely Grateful! Cheryl Devlin

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We aim to please!

 

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