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    Fourleaf's Valedictorian - PRA clear

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    Maximum Intensity's Overwatch QAA is clear through Paw Prints of PRA/OCD/ RD
    Maximum Intensity's Overwatch QAA, aka Sniper (AFC Ten Bear's Road Trip X Field of Dreams Destination Anywhere QAA)
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    Hello WRL, for getting detailed information about PRA i suggest you to view yourSilverLab dot com. I hope you will find sufficient info. thanks

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    According to people who have experience raising dogs, puppies under 2 months old still depend heavily on the mother. If the flock is too early, it will be difficult to take care of them. You should buy puppies over 2 months of age are agile and active. Puppies at this age will be easier to keep and stable.

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