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 Vets-in-training helping elderly keep animals

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How Many Schnauzers In Family? : 4
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Join date : 2010-10-27
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PostSubject: Vets-in-training helping elderly keep animals   Vets-in-training helping elderly keep animals Clock110Mon Jan 10, 2011 3:44 am

A fun-loving schnauzer named Pocket is stroke survivor Dorothy Kiser's
closest companion. But Kiser almost had to put Pocket to sleep when her
pet developed diabetes: Kiser feared she wouldn't be able to take care
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