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Doggy Doo Do

From: Pat Maxwell
Series: December 2008 - Isla Earth Radio Series
Length: 01:30

So what should you do with your doggie's doo? Your dog Fido probably wishes you'd just leave it in the yard -- let the world know that somebody important owns this piece of real-estate. Read the full description.
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Doggy Doo Do
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Inlay2_small So what should you do with your doggie's doo? Your dog Fido probably wishes you'd just leave it in the yard -- let the world know that somebody important owns this piece of real-estate. Not a good idea. It's actually considered a bio-hazard...

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So what should you do with your doggie's doo? Your dog Fido probably wishes you'd just leave it in the yard -- let the world know that somebody important owns this piece of real-estate. Not a good idea. It's actually considered a bio-hazard...

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