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A cool story of a dog who lived for 23 years ­čÉÂ

A cool story of a dog who lived for 23 years ­čÉÂ

The interview is FINALLY here!
Have you heard of a black Labrador living for 23 years?! I have, and here is the interview with Judith Catherine Lam, the guardian who made it happen!

Just before posting this video, I watched it again, touched by her words and wisdom. She has so much insight and important advice on how to make your dog live the longest life possible! Enjoy and please share!

Video Content:
1:03 - Why did you name your dog Churchill Graham?
3:03 - How did you first meet your dog?
4:00 - Do you remember the moment you decided to keep Churchill Graham?
5:46 - How did you exercise your dog?
7:10 - How did you socialize Churchill Graham?
10:18 - What do you think of dog collars?
11:44 - What did you feed Churchill Graham?
18:34 - What was Churchill's favourite food?
20:08 - What was the best part of living with your dog?
23:18 - What do you think about playing fetch?
24:35 - What is the key to a dog's longevity?
26:45 - How do you deal with the loss of a dog?
29:33 - What's one thing you could change in the world?
31:15 - What is the most valuable part of life?

Watch now!

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Have a fantastic day and give your dog a hug for me!

┬ę Dr. Peter Dobias, DVM
About the author

Integrative veterinarian, nutritionist and creator of natural supplements for dogs and people. Helping you and your dog prevent disease, treat nutritional deficiencies, and enjoy happier, healthier, and longer lives together.

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