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ScienceDaily: Dog News 

Many animals steal defenses from bacteria: Microbe toxin genes have jumped to ticks, mites and other animals

Bacteria compete for resources in the environment by injecting deadly toxins into their rivals. Researcher have now discovered that many animals steal toxins from bacteria to fight unwanted microbes growing on them. Genes for these toxins have jumped from bacterial to animals. These genes are now permanently incorporated into the genomes of these animals. Deer ticks, which can carry Lyme disease,

Adopt a Chow 

Urgent: rescue female chow in London Ohio Shelter, has until Friday, am

———- Forwarded message ———- From: Betty Peyton <betty@madisonhumane.org> Date: Sep 7, 2006 4:23 PM Subject: Fwd: Urgent rescue-London Ohio- chow female HW+ To:this girl is scheduled to be put down on friday (9-8) at 9:00AM. We are completely out of space at the shelter.Begin forwarded message: From: Betty Peyton < betty@madisonhumane.org> Date: September 6, 2006 […]

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Chilling out a puppy

What are your tips for getting a young dog to chill out and react reasonably to a situation he finds VERY EXCITING? Our 7 month old puppy is dragging our arms out of our sockets every time we drop him off at doggie daycare, and it's making me nuts. Our awesome but impossibly high-energy sled dog mutt puppy Kesugi loves the doggie daycare we take him to occasionally (1-2x/week). So much so that he

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