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Feb 20, 2021

what do you wish you could write off on your tax return?
new charm school rules
have you ever put yourself in harm's way to save your pet
game: outburst
could/should tipping become a thing of the past?
last book you read
things people ordered vs what they received
game: blunderful
would you want people to watch you sleep for $16,000
things you can do when you're really missing live music
goodbye/fun facts....Celebrated every February, National Pet Dental Health Month was created by the American Veterinary Medical Association to highlight how important oral health is to overall health, happiness and wellbeing of your pet. If you don’t brush your pet’s teeth every day, you’re not alone. It’s estimated that only 2% of dog owners brush their dog’s teeth on daily. Effective dental care is as critical for dogs as it is for humans. Neglecting oral hygiene in dogs can lead to issues like tartar build up, gum disease, bad breath and other larger health issues like heart disease, lung disease and kidney disease.