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How does a dog even eat a nail?

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After all, no matter how much we love our four-legged friends, their cold noses and wagging tails can never take the place of a baby’s smile or that tiny hand curled around your finger.

There are times, though, when we have to do things for our pets that go beyond the standard low-maintenance treatment of a dog or a cat.

I experienced this firsthand not too long ago.

Leave it to Casey the dog to cause much worry and accrue a big fat vet bill thanks to her doggie dumbness. For the record, in the six years that I’ve had Caddy the cat, she’s never done this to me.

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