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  • Happy #wetdogwednesday from this happy girl 💦 Love early AM beach trips this time of the year ☀️ Nyah’s allergies are pretty bad at the moment, so outdoor time is limited. Heska vaccine should be here within the week so hopefully everything will be back to normal soon 💖 I haven’t posted much as there is not much to post. I will keep you guys updated 😘 Happy #wetdogwednesday from this happy girl 💦 Love early AM beach trips this time of the year ☀️ Nyah’s allergies are pretty bad at the moment, so outdoor time is limited. Heska vaccine should be here within the week so hopefully everything will be back to normal soon 💖 I haven’t posted much as there is not much to post. I will keep you guys updated 😘
  • Happy #wetdogwednesday from this happy girl 💦 Love early AM beach trips this time of the year ☀️ Nyah’s allergies are pretty bad at the moment, so outdoor time is limited. Heska vaccine should be here within the week so hopefully everything will be back to normal soon 💖 I haven’t posted much as there is not much to post. I will keep you guys updated 😘
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  • Got a new doggy in the house?
Read this list.. #Repost @yunathelab
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🐶 Lab Report: Other Useful Items For New Dog Owners 🐶 .
This is a continuation of the Lab Report from two days ago where we shared the essential items you must have if you've got a dog in the house.
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In this Lab Report, we'll list a myriad of other useful items that can make you and your dog's life a little easier.
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Note that I consider these items "non-essential" in that depending on the situation, you may not even need some of the items on this list. However, it's completely possible that one of these items is essential to you based on your circumstances.
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The rationale I used for putting an item on last Lab Report's "essential" list is that if you've got a dog, you've got to have this item in your house.
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Any other item that's commonly but not necessarily universally found in homes with dogs would go on today's list.
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And since that encompasses such a huge range of things, it's even more likely that I've missed some things on this list. Do let us know if you think we did! 💡
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✅ Check out today's Lab Report to see all the other items you may want to consider buying to take better care of your dog!
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For these items, I recommend waiting until you've had your dog for at least a few days or weeks before purchasing, rather than having them ready at the start.
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I think the only exceptions would be the ones marked with an asterisk (*); we strongly recommend a crate and flea medication for all new dogs.
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We've put all the information from the last two Lab Reports into a big blog post that contains this checklist from head to toe. Click the link in our bio to check it out!
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⬇️ Let us know what we missed, and tag someone who might find this information useful! ⬇️ Got a new doggy in the house? Read this list.. #repost @yunathelab • • • • • 🐶 Lab Report: Other Useful Items For New Dog Owners 🐶 . This is a continuation of the Lab Report from two days ago where we shared the essential items you must have if you've got a dog in the house. . In this Lab Report, we'll list a myriad of other useful items that can make you and your dog's life a little easier. . Note that I consider these items "non-essential" in that depending on the situation, you may not even need some of the items on this list. However, it's completely possible that one of these items is essential to you based on your circumstances. . The rationale I used for putting an item on last Lab Report's "essential" list is that if you've got a dog, you've got to have this item in your house. . Any other item that's commonly but not necessarily universally found in homes with dogs would go on today's list. . And since that encompasses such a huge range of things, it's even more likely that I've missed some things on this list. Do let us know if you think we did! 💡 . ✅ Check out today's Lab Report to see all the other items you may want to consider buying to take better care of your dog! . For these items, I recommend waiting until you've had your dog for at least a few days or weeks before purchasing, rather than having them ready at the start. . I think the only exceptions would be the ones marked with an asterisk (*); we strongly recommend a crate and flea medication for all new dogs. . We've put all the information from the last two Lab Reports into a big blog post that contains this checklist from head to toe. Click the link in our bio to check it out! . ⬇️ Let us know what we missed, and tag someone who might find this information useful! ⬇️
  • Got a new doggy in the house? Read this list.. #repost @yunathelab • • • • • 🐶 Lab Report: Other Useful Items For New Dog Owners 🐶 . This is a continuation of the Lab Report from two days ago where we shared the essential items you must have if you've got a dog in the house. . In this Lab Report, we'll list a myriad of other useful items that can make you and your dog's life a little easier. . Note that I consider these items "non-essential" in that depending on the situation, you may not even need some of the items on this list. However, it's completely possible that one of these items is essential to you based on your circumstances. . The rationale I used for putting an item on last Lab Report's "essential" list is that if you've got a dog, you've got to have this item in your house. . Any other item that's commonly but not necessarily universally found in homes with dogs would go on today's list. . And since that encompasses such a huge range of things, it's even more likely that I've missed some things on this list. Do let us know if you think we did! 💡 . ✅ Check out today's Lab Report to see all the other items you may want to consider buying to take better care of your dog! . For these items, I recommend waiting until you've had your dog for at least a few days or weeks before purchasing, rather than having them ready at the start. . I think the only exceptions would be the ones marked with an asterisk (*); we strongly recommend a crate and flea medication for all new dogs. . We've put all the information from the last two Lab Reports into a big blog post that contains this checklist from head to toe. Click the link in our bio to check it out! . ⬇️ Let us know what we missed, and tag someone who might find this information useful! ⬇️
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