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Old 20-10-2018, 11:05 PM
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Our tiny little Italian Greyhound is ten years old and never any trouble .. he goes to the vet for his yearly vaccinations but he's never been treated for anything ..

Occasionally he eats grass and makes himself sick as all dogs do and that's it ..

I read somewhere they're one of the oldest living dogs averaging 18 yrs but 22 yrs is not uncommon for them ..

He hardly eats anything

Maybe that's where we all go wrong

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