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Dried-out Markers #6338

Markers left without caps dry quickly. To give the markers new life just use an eyedropper to add a few drops of vinegar to the tip of each marker. Vinegar remoistens the sponge without diluting the ink’s color.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Sep 13, 2015 - pub.:Sep 13, 2015 - sent.:Nov 18, 2015
Pet Safety #5242

Keep Fido away from azalea or rhododendron, which can lead to vomiting, drooling, diarrhea, weakness, depression of the central nervous system, and, in some cases, death if dogs munch on the plants. Also, keep cats away from lilies, just by eating a very small amount can result in kidney damage and death.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:May 24, 2007 - pub.:May 24, 2007 - sent.:Jul 8, 2008
Fido has fly bites? #6340

In high summer, flies have a field day biting dogs’ ears, and that can lead to itchy bumps that easily become infected. To protect Fido, add 5 drops of lavender essential oil to 1 cup of water to a jar; shake well. Dip a cotton ball into the mixture and apply to the tips of Fido’s ears before going outside. (Reapply hourly while outside) Flies dislike the oil’s scent so they will stay away.
Note: Lavender oil is safe for dogs, but can be toxic for cats.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Sep 13, 2015 - pub.:Sep 13, 2015 - sent.:Feb 23, 2018
Vinegar a Natural Herbicide #6414

White vinegar is great at removing small weeds and healthier on your dog. Researchers have found that dogs exposed to herbicide-treated lawns and gardens have double the chance of developing canine lymphoma.

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Thanks to: Chris - Roselle - USA. - rec.:Apr 13, 2016 - pub.:Apr 13, 2016 - sent.:Aug 14, 2016
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