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September 11, 2020


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We have always given homes to animals who have had a hard time. My Mom rescued a dog who was being neglected and Daisy similarly was odd about food (and men) and had bad separation anxiety. Any time my Mom would go to the store or out, Daisy would do something to show her displeasure like pushing over the wastebasket or dragging the bin of cat food to the middle of the living room.

My sister’s dog will only lap up water from the ground.

Animal behavior interventions might help develop their tendencies in better directions.

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