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A vehicle isn’t a house, so sometimes cleaning can be a little lax. If you routinely have dogs in your vehicle, however, you should step up your car cleaning routine.

Sugar free gum that contains xylitol, left-over grapes or raisins, or chocolate candies can all cause toxicity in dogs.
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Faith Courtney is a dog lover who can't get enough of K9 love. She's had dogs around her home since she was 8 years old. Many years on, she still keeps dogs around her home. Her family likes nothing more than to take the dogs out to the a dog park where they all can stretch their legs.

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