Advantage Flea Control Review

Advantage Flea Control Review

What is Advantage?

Advantage is a once a month tropical flea treatment that is used on cats and kittens that are 8 weeks or older and also for dogs and puppies that are 7 weeks or older.

It is a product that kills 98% to 100% of fleas on your pet within 12 hours. In addition to killing fleas, it also prevents flea allergy dermatitis.

Advantage comes in two different sizes depending on how large your cat or dog is.

How Does it Work?

Advantage works by spreading the medication directly on your pet’s skin and it locks in the oils that are found in their skin.

With the direct contact of the medication, it kills fleas quickly and also breaks up the life cycle to prevent future flea development. In addition the great thing about Advantage is that it also works when you’re pet is wet for 28 days.

How do you Apply Advantage?

Applying Advantage to your cat and dog is made easy; just follow these instructions:

  1. Remove collar from your pet.
  2. Hold the tube upright and pull off the cap.
  3. Break the seal by using the opposite side of the cap.
  4. Part the hair on your pet between the shoulder blades and apply the entire dose directly to the skin.

Recommended by Pet Owners

Advantage is a product that is recommended by many pet owners and is considered the number 1 treatment in the United States.

It works quickly as it stops fleas from biting within 3 to 5 minutes; which decreases pain and discomfort for your pet.

 

July 20, 2015 at 3:16 pm Leave a comment

10 Ways To Praise Your Dog Without Food

11 Ways To Praise Your Dog Without Food

Praising your dog is an important part to reinforcing good behavior and a great tool to be used when training your dog to learn new skills or just general rules. It is also a way to show that you care and love your dog by displaying some extra attention.

However, many pet owners turn to using dog food or treats when praising their four-legged friends. And with the concern of obesity growing among dogs, it is important to consider if praising with treats is the right approach to use when it comes to your dog’s overall health.

But on the bright side there are many different ways that you can praise your dog without using food and in most cases your dog will love any of the following options.

What Are The Benefits of Using Non-Food Rewards?

  1. It will make each reward more valuable as it is something different that your dog will show excitement for each time
  2. Helps prevent over feeding and helping your dog maintain a healthy weight
  3. It will allow you to train your dog and/or reward your dog without worrying if you have treats available
  4. Give you the opportunity to learn more about your pet

Non-Food Rewards

1. Play with Your Dog

Praising your dog with playtime is a great alternative to dog treats and comes with many extra benefits. This is because it promotes interaction and bonding time between the both of you. It also provides some form of physical activity to keep your dog in shape and healthy.

Example: Tug-a-war and Frisbee

2. Fun Toys

If your dog has listened to a command correctly give them a fun and/or new toy to play with. A sudden appearance of a toy can be the best form of praise and excitement for your furry loved one.

Chewing toys also come with the benefit of them maintaining optimal dental health.

Example: Chew toy or bone

3. Verbal Praise

Verbal praise may be the most simplistic way to show your dog that they have done something well. Offering kind words like “Good dog” or “Great job” is a natural way to reward dogs for good behavior.

Example: “Good job”

4. Physical Affection

Majority of dogs love when they are hugged, patted or rubbed, which is why physical affection is another technique to praise your dog without treats. However, before choosing this method of praise it is important to know your dog well. This is because depending on your dog he or she may not like to be touched in certain areas.

Example: rubbing of the head

5. A Walk

Dogs love going for walks and having that sense of freedom by letting the fresh air go through their fur. Therefore, if you praise your dog with an extra walk in the park to let him or her take the chance to explore new things is a great alternative to treats. In addition, your dog will get the extra health benefits of staying active along with yourself.

6. Eye Contact

Using eye contact is a powerful way to praise your dog. This is because eye contact for dogs is a natural way for them to get approval for doing something. In addition, eye contact is a natural way of them recognizing that you are pleased of what they have just accomplished.

7. A Massage

Dogs love massages as just as much as we do, which is why it is a great option to choose as a way to praise you dog. It is a great way to calm and relax your dog and also can help release physical tension and anxiety.

However, some dogs do not like massages so it is important to pay attention to their body language. For example, if your dog goes towards you then it is most likely rewarding for them.

8. A Fun Trick

Having a few easy tricks that your dog enjoys is another great option to praise your dog with. For example, a high five is a great choice of a fun trick to praise your dog. However, it is important to keep in mind that this type of praise is not for a dog that is still in its training process.

9. Space

Creating space is not a common way to praise your dog; however, it is something that they do appreciate and enjoy. For instance, if you have boundaries that block off the kitchen but have seen the good behavior with your dog respecting these rules; you can eliminate these boundaries. This will show them that you have acknowledged their good behavior.

10. Let Them Explore

When you take your dog for a walk most of the times we don’t stop to let out dog explore their surroundings. However, if you want to praise your dog for good behavior then stopping during a walk to let them explore and sniff around is a great way to praise your dog. This is because they will recognize that this action usually does not happen so it is acknowledged that it is a treat for good behavior.

11. Healthy Treats (Bonus praise but technically a food)

When praising your dog it is important to recognize that dog treats are not always a great option as they are unhealthy and can lead your dog gaining unwanted weight. However, you can substitute these treats with healthy ones. But it is always good to remember that moderation is key and too much of anything is unhealthy.

Example: ice cubes and watermelon

Conclusion

The list is just a few of the many ways you can praise your dog without food and unhealthy treats. It is also important to remember that the simplest things like a walk may be the best reward that your four-legged furry loved one would appreciate the most.

July 16, 2015 at 1:24 pm Leave a comment

How To Control Dog Hair

How To Control Dog Hair

We all love our dogs but when it comes to their hair being all over the floor, furniture and our clothing we can sometimes become annoyed with them.

Unfortunately, there is nothing that you can do to stop your dog from shedding; but, there are ways that you can control it as it is a natural part of being a dog.

Why Do Dogs Shed?

Shedding is a natural way for dogs to get rid of their old dead hair to get a new coat; this is similar to why human’s hair falls out. Therefore, there is no such thing as a dog that does not shed; however, the amount a dog sheds really depends on the type of breed.

For example, a shepherd dog will shed a lot compared to a Maltese terrier. However, if your dog is shedding more than normal it is important to go visit the veterinarian for a check-up.

This is because it may be related to sunburns, irritating substances, fleas, lice, mites, allergies, pregnancy and even because of some medications.

Ways to Control Shedding in Your Dog

1. Brush Your Dog Frequently

Grooming your dog daily is a great habit that you want to make sure is a part of your daily routine. It will make sure that there is less of your dog’s hair around the house. This means that you will spend less time cleaning and more time to spend with your furry loved one.

In addition, it will help make sure that your dog’s coat is cleaner and softer. When it comes to choosing the best brush for your dog, it really depends on the breed. Therefore, it is a good idea to talk to your groomer to see which one they prefer for you to use on your dog.

2. Feed Your Dog Quality Food

When choosing the brand of food to feed your dog it is important to make sure that food is high quality and is ideally organic. This will make sure that the coat is healthy which will discourage excessive shedding taking place in your home.

The one thing you want to make sure that the food that you are feeding your dog is that it has a good source of digestible protein.  One of the main reasons why some dogs shed more than others is because they are allergic to the food; therefore it is always safe to feed them hypoallergenic dog food.

3. Make Bath Time A Regular Occurrence

It is important to make sure you make time to bathe your dog regularly. This is because if your dog has a clean coat it will reduce the amount that they shed. It is recommended to use a gentle oatmeal shampoo that is meant for dogs, which is great as it does not dry their skin.

Also, it is important to avoid using heat to dry your pets fur, as this can increase the amount your dogs sheds. In addition, you do not want to bathe your dog daily as this will also increase shedding; it is recommended to bathe your dog every 2 to 3 weeks.

How to Minimize Shedding Around Your Home

1. Put Your Clothes Away

Your clothes, unfortunately, attract your dog’s hair and/or fur; this is why it is important to hang up your clean clothes before your pet gets their paws on them.

However, it is sometimes impossible to have your clothes free of your dog’s hair or fur. This is when having a lint roller comes in good use, as it picks up any unwanted dog hair or fur that you do not want.

2. Use a Damp Rubber Glove

Damp rubber gloves are great as it helps gather unwanted dog hair or fur from the carpet, floors, and sofas. This will make it easier for you to gather up all the hair which will make it faster to pick it all up and toss it away.

3. Vacuum Carpets Using Baking Soda

Vacuuming is a great way to collect all unwanted fur and/or hair that your four-legged friend leaves around.

However, by sprinkling baking soda all over your carpet makes this technique even more powerful with regards to minimizing shedding around your house.

This is because it loosens the hair in the carpet so you are able to pick up more and it also deodorizes the carpet all at the same time.

4. Dry Rubber Squeegee

When it comes to your carpet there are always stubborn hairs or fur from your pet that are impossible to get rid of.

However, by using a dry rubber squeegee and using short strokes it can help gather those hairs that seem that you can never get rid of.

5. Electrostatic Dust Mop

If you have hardwood floors or tiles an electrostatic dust mop is a great way to pick up and attract hair that you did not get from sweeping up with a broom.

July 6, 2015 at 3:12 pm Leave a comment

5 Best Leather Dog Collars

5 Best Leather Dog Collars

Dog collars are extremely important to have as they serve so many different purposes.

Collars provide identification which tell other people where this dog lives in case he or she gets lost. Usually attached to a collar is information which includes the dogs name, owners name, a phone number and an address.

A dog collar is also important as it gives you the convenience of walking and exercising your dog in a public and open area because you can attached the dogs collar to a leash. This will allow you to keep your dog safe from other animals and people.

Also a dog collar is the most popular dog accessory and there are so many brands, colors, and more to choose from.

This is why we put together a quick guide that can help you when purchasing your dog a new collar.

How to Choose the Right Collar?

When choosing a collar for your dog it really comes down to comfort and style.

There are many brands and styles to choose from, but the most important thing is that your dog will feel comfortable wearing it all the time. The collar that you choose should have a tag so you can attach your contact information just in case your dog gets lost.

With regards to choosing the right fit, it really depends on the size and the strength of your dog. Most collars will include that information which will help you find the perfect fit. If your dog is a stronger breed than it is a good idea to choose a wider collar for extra strength and support for yourself and your dogs protection when using a leash.

Some Things to Consider

When choosing a collar it is important to understand that it is a lot more than just fit and personal preference.

It is important to consider a collar that will be visible during the night as it will play a big safety role. This is because it allows people in cars to see your dog to help avoid unwanted accidents.

Also it is important to recognize that dogs will grow so make sure you choose a collar that you can adjust and make sure that you are able to leave two fingers in between the collar and your dog’s neck.

Why Choose a Leather Collar?

Leather collars are made from natural material that comes with many benefits.

They last a really long time and they can handle chewing and water as many other synthetic collars cannot. Also the natural softening of leather will also make the collar more and more comfortable and time goes by.

Also leather collars do not only come in the standard black and brown colors but there are a variety to choose from.

Some colors collars come in include: red, pink, green, blue, etc.

Top Leather Collars to Choose From:

Weaver Leather Sundance Dog Collar

The weaver leather sundance dog collar is thick which is great if you own a stronger breed of dog.

It is unique as it is crafted with brown leather and oiled to bring out the rich organic colors. There is also a heart border and other border accessories that are stamped down so they do not become a choking hazard.

This leather collar is also known for its durability and strength.

                Collar              Rating                   Price
    Weaver Leather Sundance               5 out of 5                         $$$

 

Perri’s Padded Leather Dog Collar

This collar is made in the United States and uses top quality leather.

There are a variety of colors to choose from which include blue/black, black/sky blue, black/pink, brown/purple and many more color combinations.

The collar is also soft as the padding is made from soft lamb skin. There are a number of sizes to choose from which makes this collar suitable for a variety of dog sizes.

                Collar            Rating                 Price
Perri’s Padded Leather Collar            4.5 out of 5                       $$

 

Kakadu Pet Paw Print Leather Dog Collar

The kakadu pet paw print leather dog collar is a fashionable collar that comes in three colors: black, red and tan and also has adorable paw print stubs.

It is also available in three different sizes: medium, large and extra large.

In addition, the quality is really good as it is made from 100% durable leather material.

                Collar            Rating                 Price
Kakadu Pet Paw Print Leather            4 out of 5                       $$

 

Kakadu Pet Studly Leather Studded Dog Collar

The kakadu pet studly leather studded dog collar comes in three different colors: black, red and tan.

This particular dog collar comes with a fashion statement with it “stud spikes that stick out”.

Not to worry, these studs will not hurt your dog as they are only there for fashion purposes only. This collar will also last a long time as it is made up of 100% real leather.

However, this collar is not suited for all dogs as it comes in only medium, large, extra-large and extra-extra-large; therefore it makes it a great collar for the larger breeds.

                Collar            Rating                 Price
Kakadu Pet Studly Leather       Studded Collar            4 out of 5                       $

 

Perri’s Standard Leather Dog Collar

Perri’s Standard Leather Dog Collar is a top quality collar that is Amish made in the United States.

It comes in two colors: black and havana.

This collar offers you the ability to personalize it with a nameplate which means that your dog will never go unknown. In addition, there are a number of sizes that you can choose from.

                Collar            Rating                 Price
Perri’s Standard Leather Collar            4.5 out of 5                       $$$

 

June 30, 2015 at 2:35 pm Leave a comment

Halloween Precautions for Pets

Halloween Dog

Halloween is a holiday that most people look forward to every year. It is a time for people to indulge in chocolate and candy, and dress up as anyone or anything that they want. It is also a time for fireworks, loud noise and staying up late. However, it is important to understand that Halloween can be dangerous and frightening for pets with many potential risks. Therefore, we put together a list of possible Halloween hazards that you should look out for this year.

1. No Candy or Chocolate
The one main component of Halloween is lots and lots of candies and chocolates. But for pets this has red flags written all over it. Chocolates are especially poisons in pets, as they can cause vomiting, diarrhea, rapid breathing, increased heart rate, coma and even death. The majority of candies are just as dangerous because they contain a substance called xylitol, which can make your pet ill. So this Halloween, make sure the candy bowl is away from your pet and instead, give your pet a treat that is meant for them.

2. Keep Clear of Popular Halloween Plants
Popular Halloween plants like pumpkin and decorative corn won’t kill your pet. But they are something that can cause them great discomfort and a mess that you don’t want to clean. This is because these plants are known to cause stomach upset if your pet ingests them. In addition, they can become a choking hazard if large pieces are swallowed.

 
3. Electrical Cords & Wires
Electrical cords and wires are a hazard for pets in general; however, during a holiday like Halloween there seems to be a lot more just because of the directions and lighting people tend to use to decorate the house. If chewed on, wires can cause burns and cuts that can sometimes be life-threatening, so make sure they are hidden and put somewhere that is hard to reach.

4. Pumpkin Decorations
A decorated pumpkin seems to be a staple decoration for Halloween. However, they can be dangerous towards pets when you choose to add a candle. Pets can accidently knock a pumpkin over causing an accident or can even pose of risk of them getting burned. So if you do decide to use a candle in a pumpkin make sure that it is high enough for a pet not to come into contact with it.

5. Halloween Costumes
Halloween costumes are the best part of Halloween because you can be whoever you want to be; however, your pet might not share the similar feelings as you. Some pets find Halloween costumes to be annoying and uncomfortable and if this is the case it is best not to dress up your pet. You also need to be careful with the choice of a Halloween costume. This is because some costumes can constrict movement, hearing, and the ability to breathe.

6. Keep Your Pets Indoors & confined
When trick-or-treaters are out there will constant knocking and ring of the doorbell all night and children in all kinds of costumes. As a result, your pet may become scared and stressed; therefore, it is a good idea to keep them in a quiet room in which they are comfortable. In addition, you do not want to leave your pets outdoors as many pets are poisoned and harmed unfortunately during this time of year.

7. Fireworks
Many people love to put on and enjoy a display of fireworks during Halloween. But fireworks are extremely dangerous towards pets because they can easily burn them internally and externally. In addition, fireworks have chemicals, which if ingested by your pet, can make them ill.

8. Candy Wrappers
Candy wrappers are often lying around after Halloween and this is a hazard for pets. This is because the wrappers contain foil and/or cellophane which is life threatening if ingested. Sometimes the result is surgical removal, vomiting, and decreased appetite.

9. Glow Sticks
Glow sticks are common during Halloween as they are used as a light source when children trick-or-treating during the night. However, these items are something that pets love to chew on. If ingested they can cause pain and irritation in the mouth. It usually does not lead to death, but it is something that you would want to follow up with your veterinarian.

10. Make Sure Your Pet Has an ID
During Halloween, doors are open and closed frequently which means that your pet can easily leave the home without you knowing. Therefore, it is important to keep their name tags up to date with the correct phone number, name, and address.

June 22, 2015 at 4:19 pm Leave a comment

5 Signs That You Are Not Ready For A Dog

5 Signs That You Are Not Ready For a Dog

When it comes to making a big decision with regards to owning any kind of pet there is a lot of considerations that need to take place before leaping to the idea of becoming a pet owner.

Especially, if you are considering of purchasing or adopting a dog to be a part of your life.

Before you run out and buy a dog make sure that you are 100% prepared and ready for this new and large responsibility.

Here are 5 Signs that will outline that you may not be ready to take on the responsibility of owning a dog:

1. You Are Not Home Enough

If you are an individual who is always super busy with travelling because of work or your time is spent running around because of the family; this might not be the appropriate time to own a dog.

This is because dogs not only need to be fed, walked and taken to the bathroom during certain times, but they also need attention and love throughout each day.

Therefore, having the time is tremendously important and something to consider.

2. You Have Pet Allergies or Someone in the House Does

If you or someone who is allergic to dogs lives in the house you do not want to compromise your own health and quality of life for a dog.

However, if you or someone else in the house suffers from moderate allergies from dogs you may still be able to have one with the proper precautions.

Nevertheless, you should always consult with your doctor before bringing a dog into your home.

3. You Do Not Have Enough Money to Take Care of a Dog

When considering becoming a pet owner you need to keep in mind that there will be a lot of money that is needed in order to take care of a dog.

There is the cost of purchasing a dog which is only the start of a long-term financial commitment.

In addition, there will be food and vet fees which will be ongoing for the rest of your dog’s life. As well as the cost of monthly medications; for example, to prevent fleas and ticks.

So if you are barely making ends meet with your own finances it may not be wise to get a dog.

4. You are Not Good With Long Term Commitments

If you have a type of personality where you have trouble with any kind of long-term commitment then owning a dog may not be for you.

This is because dogs can live up to 20 years which means that they will need you for all of those years. So it is important to realize your present and future commitments before bringing a dog home.

5. You Just Really Really Want a Puppy

If you are wanting to purchase a puppy because they are super cute and everyone seems to have one.

It is important to understand that a puppy does not stay a puppy forever and eventually will become a dog.

Therefore, if you are just fascinated about the adorable puppy phase, then becoming a dog owner might not be for you.

So What Happens if You Are Not Ready For a Dog?

If you are not ready at this moment to own a dog this is not the end of the world. This is because it may just be in a few years you are in a situation where you are ready for a dog.

However, if you still are not ready to own a dog there are still some other options. For instance, you can volunteer at a local pet shelter. Or even visit a friend or a family member who has a dog.

June 16, 2015 at 11:22 am Leave a comment

24 Flowers That Can Harm Your Pet

24 Flowers That Can Harm Your Pet

When spring and summer roles around it makes it the perfect opportunity to work on your garden by adding color by planting some beautiful flowers and plants. In addition, many people love to bring summer flowers inside to home just to add some color and brighten up the mood of the house.

What many pet owners do not realize is that some flowers and plants are extremely dangerous and toxic to animals. They can cause serious health issues which can lead to a coma or even death. This is why it is important to educate yourself as a pet owner to avoid deathly accidents.

You can still have a beautiful bright garden but just a garden that is pet friendly.

Here is a list of 24 flowers and plants that you want to avoid at all costs!

Poisonous Flowers:

  1. Tulips: the part of the tulip that is extremely toxic is the bulbs; this is because it contains a concentrated toxic. They can cause intense vomiting, depression, diarrhea, hypersalivation, drooling and a lack of appetite.
  2. Hyacinth: contains toxins called lactones. They can cause drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, increased heart rate, increased respiratory rate and can cause your pet to experience difficulties breathing.
  3. Daffodils: the bulb of this plant is the most dangerous and toxic when consumed. The toxin that is present in this flower is called lycorine. It can cause vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, depression, low blood pressure and even seizures.
  4. Lilies: depends on the type of lily to determine how serious the symptoms can be. They can cause ulcers in the mouth, vomiting, diarrhea and drooling.
  5. Crocus: with these particular flowers the signs of a toxic reaction are not immediate. However, your pet may experience vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, gastro-intestinal disorders, lack of appetite, tremors or seizures.
  6. Easter Cactus: is extremely dangerous if your pet digested one. They can cause vomiting, diarrhea and depression. The Easter Cactus is even more dangerous towards cats.
  7. Crown of Thorns: is another flower that you do not want around your pet. They can cause vomiting and diarrhea. This flower has a white and milky sap inside of it and if your pet comes into contact with it, the sap can cause intense pain.
  8. Azalea: this plant if ingested generally causes mild to server symptoms, depending how much your pet has eaten. Some of the symptoms include, vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, depression, cardiovascular disorder, coma or death.
  9. Crocus: is a plant that is present during the spring and the autumn. However, it is important to note that the crocus plant is highly toxic during the autumn compared to the spring. Some of the symptoms include excessive drooling, abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, gastero-intsinal disorders, and loss of appetite, tremors or seizures.
  10. Rhododendron: if in contact with your pet this flower can cause vomiting, diarrhea, hypersalivation, weakness, coma, depression or death.
  11. American Bittersweet: contains a toxic poison called auonymin and sesquiterpene alkaloids that can make your pet to become ill. This plant can cause weakness, vomiting, and/or diarrhea in your pet.
  12. Foxglove: contains a toxin similar to digitalis or digoxin which is usually found in heart medication used in both humans and veterinary medicine. This plant can cause cardiac arrhythmias, vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, cardiac failure and even death.
  13. Narcissus: contains a toxin called lycorine and other toxins too. This flower can cause vomiting, diarrhea, low blood pressure, tremors and cardiac arrhythmias. The most toxic part of the flower is the bulbs.
  14. Morning Glory: contains lysergic acid, lysergamide, elymoclavine and chanoclavine which are extremely toxic for your pets. This flower can cause diarrhea, tremors, disorientation, ataxia and anorexia. However, the most toxic part of this flower is the seeds which can cause hallucinations.
  15. Aloe: is a plant that can cause vomiting, depression, diarrhea, anorexia, tremors and change in urine color.
  16. Amaryllis: the most toxic part of the flower includes the leaves, stems and the bulbs which contain a toxin called phenanthridine. The symptoms that can occur include vomiting, depression, diarrhea, abdominal pain, drooling and tremors.
  17. Asparagus Fern: has a toxin called sapogenins which makes this plant so dangerous for plants. This flower can cause gastric upset, vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea.
  18. Gypsophila Elegans: also known as baby’s breath contains a toxin called saponins. This flower can cause vomiting and diarrhea.
  19. Bird of Paradise: is a toxic plant for pets and contains a toxin called hydrocyanic acid. This plant can cause oral irritation, excessive drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty swallowing and incoordination. It is important to note that the most toxic part of the plant is the seeds.
  20. Buttercup: contains a toxin called protoanemonin which is why you want to make sure your pets stay clear of this flower. They can cause vomiting, diarrhea, depression, drooling and/or a wobbly gait.
  21. Chrysanthemums: all parts of this plant are generally toxic towards pets. If your pet ingested this plant, it can cause vomiting, diarrhea and drooling.
  22. Cut Leaf Philodendron: is a toxic plant that can cause oral irritation, burning, drooling, vomiting and difficulties swallowing.
  23. Dieffenbachia: contains insoluble calcium oxalates and proteolytic enzymes which make this plant toxic towards your pet. The symptoms may include oral irritation, drooling, vomiting and difficulty swallowing.
  24. Milfoil: has toxins which include glycoalkaloids, monoterpenes and sesquiterpene lactones that causes your pet to become ill if eaten. Some of the symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, depression and hyersalivation.

What Do you Do if your Pet Ingests a Toxic Plant?

If your pet happens to ingest a toxic plant it is suggested by many professionals to induce vomiting in order to get the toxins out of their body. Then it is important to contact the veterinarian and/or poison control center right away.

  • Pet Poison Helpline: 1.800.213.6680
  • ASPCA Poison Helpline: 1.888.426.4435

June 9, 2015 at 2:01 pm Leave a comment

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