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Bonding with your pet is really important. It improves pet-owner relationship by bringing pets closer to their owners. So what are the ways to spend more time with your dogs?
There might be a show in the town's hall or stadium and luckily, pets are allowed. Why not take Fido along and put him in a dog stroller to provide comfortable containment.
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