Some common shrubs can be toxic for dogs

| Les Harrison

The beginning of summer returns memories of carefree days past when school was out, and leisure hours outside were plenty. Unfortunately, today’s youth do not have the same appreciation for sweaty fun.

The family dog however is not encumbered by these contemporary electrically powered traps which occupy the mind and entomb the body.


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