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Pet Tips (March 13, 2019)
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Cover Seat with Plastic Table Cloth for Pet

By littergitter

Use an old plastic table cloth to cover seat in vehicle when you have pets riding with you.

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Make Your Own Dog Chews

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Make your own dog chews. Pig ears are often available at Asian, Mexican, or local butcher markets. Clean them under running tap water, scrubbing well. A little soap wouldn't hurt, but rinse well.

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