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Stop banging your head! Hire Michelle to write your blog, social media posts, web pages, technical articles, ebooks and other content. She has 20+ years' experience, and her writings are always original and written to inform, educate, entertain and/or persuade target audiences. She specializes in medicine and science, education and technology, travel and motorsports, business and marketing, finance and artificial intelligence. Michelle has a PhD (expected in 2020) and MPhil in management-finance, an MS in marketing and communication, a BA in pre-med biology and more. She has held positions in everything from design and teaching to patient care and retail. => I was featured in the latest Scripted Newsletter talking about COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter: https://www.scripted.com/content-marketing/writer-spotlight-michelle-h

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Hairless dog breeds

Hairless dog breeds can be a gift for dog lovers with allergies. And that includes an allergy to Hoovering the house! A hairless dog requires no brushing, and sheds little to no hair.

But beware, these lookers still require skin care and bathing. It's also worth noting that some people are allergic to dog 'dander' ( skin flakes ) and saliva rather than their hair. So if dog allergies are an issue in your home, make sure to check thoroughly before inviting a hairless dog breed to stay.

A brief history of the hairless dog

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Why Do Dogs Eat Poop?

You saw it. It really happened. He ate it. So, why do dogs eat poop? While sometimes you think of your dog as a person -- especially when he cocks his head and looks at you in that understanding way -- the minute you see him engaging in this behavior, you realize he's all dog. Weird as it may seem, there is an official answer for your question "why do dogs eat poop?" The technical term being coprophagia, why would man's best friend would engage in something so unsavory? Here's the scoop on this odd but common doggie behavior. Potential...

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Cedar Oil For Fleas

Cedar Oil For Fleas An Alternative To Commercial Treatments Is there a viable alternative to commercial chemical flea treatments? Fleas are a persistent pest that will in fest not only your dogs but your home and all its residents.While the commercial alternatives may be considered as an effective method of getting rid of an infestation, it's believed the pesticides they contain can have some potentially negative drawbacks, some ingredients are known to contain carcinogens and there is a potential for harming the internal organs. But there is hope, Cedar oil for fleas is a very effective treatment. Fleas(134444) A Bit...

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