#NudgeThemBack With Dog Treats Made In The USA

#NudgeThemBack With Dog Treats Made In The USA

#NudgeThemBack With Dog Treats Made In The USA

Do you ever get that nudge on your arm or leg from your dog?  You know the one…. they are asking for a dog treat.  We all know our dog’s little nuances.  That way they look at us, they way the bark and the way they nudge us.  Well now, we can #NudgeThemBack with Nudges® Dog Treats Made in the USA.

This post is sponsored by Nudges® Dog Treats and the BlogPaws® Pet Influencer Network™. I am being compensated to help create awareness about Nudges Wholesome Dog Treats available at Walmart® but we only share information we feel is relevant to our readers. Nudges® Dog Treats is not responsible for the content of this article.

#NudgeThemBack With Dog Treats Made In The USA
Wow Mom you got me 3 Bags of Nudges®

You Heard Me Right

#NudgeThemBack With Dog Treats Made In The USA there are 12 varieties
There are several Nudges® Dog Treats varieties available

Dog treats made here right in the good ole USA.  Okay, there is even better news…ready?  You can pick these up at Walmart® while you’re shopping. So you know the price is right and you can show them all the love you want.

WARNING

These treats are 100% real, no artificial flavors or fillers. Now for the warning, put them way up high.  I have never had Mary do this, only when she was a pup, but not now at her age…but the other day my husband noticed she was trying to jump up to get them off the shelf.

#NudgeThemBack with Dog Treats Made In The USA
Nudges® Jerky Cut With Real Steak Mary’s Favorite

I’m trying to stay on topic here, but I couldn’t believe it when he told me this.  I bought her three bags of Nudges dog treats when I was at Walmart®.  The Jerky Cut dog treats made with real steak, that is her favorite.  What dog doesn’t like jerky, heck even I like jerky (though I’m not supposed to eat it).

Okay, back on topic  here is what you need to know:

They are made from the same foods we love:

  • Beef
  • Salmon
  • Chicken
  • Duck
#NudgeThemBack With Dog Treats Made In The USA smaller size bags available
Smaller size bags of Nudges® Dog Treats are available

Dog Treats Made in the USA

  • Nudges Dog Treats are made in the USA
  • They are made with USA sourced meat
  • No Fillers
  • No Artificial Flavors
  • 12 different varieties to choose from

Dog Training with Dog Treats made in the USA – Say What!

#NudgeThemBack With Dog Treats Made In The USA
We’re learning hoop tricks!

As a dog trainer, I would consider the Nudges dog treats a high-value treat. They can be broken up into pieces so we can keep our dogs to a reasonable daily calorie limit.  Right now, I am trying to get Mary to jump through a hoop. Now, this is something I haven’t done with her before so we are doing it in steps.

First,  I let the hoop lay near her bed for a while, because she hasn’t seen one before. When you are dealing with an unfamiliar object they need it to become part of the regular scenery so to speak.

#NudgeThemBack With Dog Treats Made In The USA Nudges® Steak Jerky
Mom is that Real Nudges® Steak Jerky I SMELL?

The first thing I did was place the hoop on the floor and a piece of treat in the center.  She had to step into the hoop to get it. Today, I had her walk through the hoop to get the treat, she did well. We will keep moving forward.  Now I’m sure we won’t go too high with the hoop, she is 13 years old and she is a large dog.  But, this is something we will be able to add to our arsenal of fun stuff when it raining out.

#NudgeThemBack With Dog Treats Made In The USA you can use these treats for nose work training
You can use Nudges® Dog Treats as a high-value training treat

We have dog puzzles and these treats can be pieced out to put in her puzzles. They can also be used for some nose work.  I found these awesome easter eggs back in April that had the three holes in them and they are camo colored.  I’ll just have to make sure I remember to map it out so I remember where they all are.

The Moral Of The Story

We love our dogs and we love doing fun things with them.  We love giving them the best dog food, the best dog beds, they best dog toys and most of all the best dog treats. So, when they nudge you for a dog treat #NudgeThemBack with 100% real dog treats made in the USA.

#NudgeThemBack With Dog Treats Made In The USA Dog getting her own treats
I’ll get my own Nudges® Dog Treats!

Now here is a treat for you head on over to Nudges FaceBook page and you can get a coupon for the treats.  There is also a page just so you can pick up a coupon, but do check out all the cute pet pics on their Facebook page. I did, they are adorable.

#NudgeThemBack With Dog Treats Made In The USA This one is real chicken jerky
Nudges® Dog Treats also has Jerky made with real Chicken

You know these are good dog treats for Mary, or I wouldn’t be telling you about them.  Here is the link to Nudges website so you can see which flavor you want to get for your pooch.

Here is a link so you can find the store nearest you that carries Nudges dog treats.  All you have to do is enter your zip code.  Or if you’re an online shopper like me here is the link for that too.

Nudges dog treats gives you one more way to love your dog back and #NudgeThemBack too.

Paws & Wags

Suzanne Dean, ABCDT

and Mary d Dog

ABC Certified Dog Trainer

 

 

 

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Start On The Right Paw With Your Dog #NOWpetsSweeps

Start On The Right Paw With Your Dog #NOWpetsSweeps

NOW Pets Dietary Supplements

Pet Dietary Supplements

Getting a start on the right paw with your dog and NOW® Pet Supplements just make sense. Whether you have a pup or a senior, a good diet is a great place to start. However, there are times our pets don’t get everything they need from their diets.  Keep reading to find out how you can win more than $350 worth of supplements and help out pets in need at the same time.

This post is sponsored by Now®Pets and the BlogPaws®Pet Influencers™. I am being compensated to create awareness about NOW Pet Supplements but we only share information we feel is relevant to our readers.  NOW® is not responsible for the content of this article

Just like us our bodies can use a boost whether it’s for our digestive system, joints or to help us with our weight. Our dogs can get started on the right paw with NOW Pets Supplements for the same reasons.

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We can all use a little help from our friends – Dietary Supplements

NOW has a multitude of pet supplements for our dogs and cats too. Immune support to weight management and everything in-between. NOW Pet Supplements has what you are looking for to help boost your pet’s dietary needs.

Start on the right paw with your dog #NOWpetsSweeps
Mary’s NOW Pet Supplements

We are getting Mary back on the right paw with NOW Pet supplements; Omega 3 and Joint Support. Mary is 13 soon to be 14 and she was a little slow getting up from her bed. Now when it’s time for walkies she up and ready to go.

A Company That Cares about what is in Pet Supplements

There is not a lot of dietary supplements I would give Mary, but when I read about NOW Food, which is the parent company of NOW Pet Supplements I knew this company has a good reputation. This is a company that cares about optimal animal health, they care about our dogs. Let’s not forget they care about our cats too.

NOW has been in business for 45 years.  Their pet supplements were developed under the guidance of Dr. Barbara Royal, DVM, CVA. Dr. Royal is a renowned Holistic Veterinarian. Here is a short 2-minute video of why she became involved with the NOW Pet family.

As you can see Mary can enjoy the joint support pet supplements as a treat. What was easiest for me, because she enjoys wet and dry mixed meals, I just dropped them in with her food (she never even knew–shh).

NOW pets Supplements can be given as treats
She can enjoy the Joint Support Tablet as a treat.

These are quality products that are NASC – certified.  So you know it’s a product you can trust to give your pet, as I trust to give it to Mary.

The Results are IN for NOW Pet Supplements

I did see remarkable results. She has been on them for almost a month. I don’t expect her to run any marathons but I am getting ready to see if we can do a few hoop jumps. More on that in another post, or perhaps even a periscope.

It’s your turn to help your pet and less fortunate pets too. #NOWpetsSweeps @NOWfoods #ad Click To Tweet

From now until May 31st, go to NOW Pets Facebook Page and enter to win more than $350.00 of NOW supplements and, for every person that enters NOW will donate $1.00 to Best Friends Animals Society up to $5000.00.

This is so easy…. Snap a picture of your pet (dog and cat only) and upload it on their Facebook page or if you’re an Instagram fan upload your pet pic to Instagram and include the hashtag #NOWpetsSweeps. Easy peasy lemon squeezy…. right?   Follow NOW on Instagram to see some other cutie pies.

Want to know more about NOW Pet Supplements check out their social media and website. Listed below, are their other links for you to do your own research and see what others are saying.

Hey, I get it… when we are giving our pets supplements to boost the good stuff in their body, we want to know what we are giving them. Find out more information and where you can purchase NOW Pet Supplements.

I know you have followed us through Mary’s ups and downs and you know I will only give her what I believe is best. I wouldn’t tell you about it if I didn’t give it to Mary.

Hey, Mary ready to go for a walk now?  I know NOW Pet Supplements help you feel better.  Let’s go!  Don’t worry Mary I’ll make sure your pic is on Instagram too.

Ok so you have their Facebook and Instagram link here are some of the other links:

NOW Pet Website so you can purchase your pet supplements.  Let’s not forget NOW’s Pinterest Page either!

Don’t forget to enter the contest and tell your friends about it too.

Hey do me a favor and tell your friends about it by sharing this post. Thanks bunches and a woof out from Mary too.  Here’s to our pets health!

Paws & Wags
Suzanne Dean, ABCDT
and Mary d Dog

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Is Your Dog Choking On The Wrong Collar?

Selecting The Right Collar For Our Dog Can Be Confusing

Depending on your dog's temperament with determine the correct collar. Is your dog choking on the wrong collar?
Traveling with your pet? Be sure to have an approved safety harness.

Dog Collars

There are so many to choose from. How do we know what to choose?  Is your dog choking on the wrong collar?

The style of collar we choose for our dog really depends on our dog; is he a growing puppy, does he pull when walking, what is her temperament?

Consider all these things  when selecting the right collar for our dog or puppy.

Puppy Collars

Puppies are going to go through many collars as they grow.  A good rule of thumb for a properly fitting buckle collar is that you are able to fit two fingers between the collar and the dog’s neck when he is wearing it.

This will make sure that it is fitting tight enough so that he doesn’t slip out, but leaves enough room, so he is not choking.  Never hesitate to ask  one of the Petco’s experienced sales associates for assistance.

Pro’s and Con’s To All Collars

There are pro’s and con’s to every collar.  Petco® has been kind enough to allow me to share their infographic.  This will help us make an informed decision on the best collar for our dog or puppy.

@Petco Infographic pro's and con's of several collars. Is your dog choking on the wrong collar?
Which collar is best for your dog?

Original Graphic from Petco Read More Blog Posts from Charlene_Petco

Different Types Of  Dog Collars

Do you know the right type of collar for your dog? Click To Tweet

Buckle Collar

The buckle collar is the most traditional collar.  this collar can have it’s drawbacks, however, if you have a puller it can cause injury to the trachea.

Harness

A harness is a great way not to cause damage to their neck. Is your dog choking on the wrong collar?
I love my harness!

Harnesses are great choices.  There are several to choose from.  Depending on our dogs temperament to pulling and other behaviors there are different harnesses to meet those needs.

Selecting the right collar for your puppy can avoid damage of their trachea Click To Tweet

One I consider especially important is a harness for travel.  Our dogs should always have a safety device when traveling.  They should NEVER be allowed to roam the vehicle freely.

Travel Safety Harness

This harness selection could have a post all on its own.  It’s one of my pet peeves.  It is also a serious matter when it comes to protecting your furry family member.

For more information about travel safety, I highly recommend two site’s to visit.  These websites will give you in-depth knowledge on selection, as well as education on the need for a good safety harness when traveling with our dogs.

Dancing Dog Blog – Safety Tested Seat Belts for Dogs
Dancing Dog Blog – How Safe Are Pet Products
PetAutoSafety.com

These websites have a strong interest in keeping our pets safe during travel. We all want the best for our furry family members, these websites will help you delve into the information you need for safety in all areas.

Smaller dogs can benefit from harnesses. Is your dog choking on the wrong collar?
I have my harness on too!

I cringe every time I see a dog on the owners lap hanging out the window with no means of safety.  

I take dog travel safety very seriously, and I have heard of some horrific incidences.  Please be safe, not sorry.

The subject of pet travel safety is so important, that the Today Show featured a story by Jeff Rossen, and Jovanna Billington on this subject in January of this year.

This piece of safety equipment is in addition to any other dog collar you select for your precious family member.

Halters aka Head-Collars

These are great for your pullers.  If will take time for your dog to get to get use to this style of collar.  You also need to put this halter on correctly or it will cause you dog discomfort

One major drawback I have found is that many people see this as a muzzle and fear that you have a dangerous dog.

Martingale Collars

Not a fan personally, I understand there is a use for them in certain circumstances.  One of the shelters that I volunteered at uses them.  Do not leave your dog unsupervised with this type of dog collar.

This collar tightens when the dog pulls.  They are made for specific dog breeds, as you will see referenced in the infographic.

In Conclusion

Choosing the right dog collar depends on many things.

Our dogs size, disposition and training needs.  You may also want to have more than one collar available for different situations.  Definitely have one that is an approved safety restraint for travel.

View all the pros and cons, and if you should have additional questions just leave a comment, or drop me a line at info@thedogtraininglady.com.

I hope this will help your decision for choosing a collar that is right for your dog or puppy.  Is your dog choking on the wrong collar?  That should no longer be the issue.

I know it helped me with my decision many years ago, and yes I do have several collars.  The one I use all depends on what Mary and I will be doing.

I would like to take this time to thank Petco® for allowing me to use their great infographic.  If you like to know more, check out Petco’s FaceBook Page, and you can also follow them on Twitter.

Looking for more basic dog care information, check out this other post on How to Avoid Costly Vet Visits

Again, please feel free to reach out to me if you have any additional questions on finding the right dog collar.  Is your dog choking on the wrong collar, not anymore!

Paws & Wags,

Suzanne Dean, ABCDT
and Mary d Dog
info@thedogtraininglady.com
ABC Certified Dog Trainer

 

 

 

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Plants that could accidentally poison your dog

National Poison Prevention Week.

Plants that could accidentally poison your dog and other pets.

I couldn’t leave this week without getting together with a good friend to talk about plants that could accidentally poison your dog and other pets, one that can even harm children.

She is an avid gardener and dog lover too.  It is an honor to have her write this guest post.

Janet will explain about the many plants people commonly have in their yard. Many that could accidentally poison our dogs, other pets and children.

If you too are an avid gardener, or would just like to know more about plants and flowers, check out Janet’s new blog. inthedirtwithjanete.blogspot.com

Toxic Plants Commonly Found In The Yard

This is Boots and Yogi Bear my dogs.

Plants that could accidentally poison your dog - Yogi and Boots do not bother poisonous plants
Meet Yogi and Boots

When they were very small I was strict in not letting them mess with my plants in the yard or gardens.

I didn’t teach them this out of fear for their safety. I taught them this because I am an avid gardener.

I later learned this was a valuable lesson for my dogs because so many of the common plants found in our yards are poisonous.

I thought I would share a few of the plants I have that are indeed toxic to our dogs and all our pets.

Do you know which common yard plants can poison your dog? Click To Tweet

The Aloe

Plants that could accidentally poison your dog The Aloe Vera Plant
Aloe Vera Plant

While the Aloe Vera can be used for help in healing first and second degree burns it is toxic to our pets.  When the leaf of the aloe vera is opened you will see a clear green gel.

This is not the poisonous part. Along the edges is a white substance – latex.  This substance will give our pets diarrhea and an upset stomach.

If large amounts are ingested, the pet may need to have and IV for fluids.

The Tomato Plant

Plants that could accidentally poison your dog The Tomato Plant
Tomato Plant

Another common plant grown in home gardens is the Tomato Plant. Yes, Tomato Plants can be toxic to our pets.

The leaves and stems of the Tomato Plant are poison to our pets.
While the ripe tomato may cause a little upset stomach, the leaves and stems can cause tremors, seizures, lethargy, diarrhea, changes in behavior and drooling.

If you see your pet has ingested the tomato plant get them to a vet or emergency room. It can kill them.

Cooked tomatoes, however, are safe for our pets to eat.

Flowers

Daffodils, Lilies and Gladiolus

Plants that could accidentally poison your dog the daffodil
The Beautiful Yellow Daffodil

Commonly grown in the spring is Daffodils, Lilies and Gladiolus.
Gardeners are very excited when these beauties start poking up in the spring and they delight us with their beautiful show of flowers.

Their beauty also holds a danger to our dogs and other pets.

The Daffodils and Lilies that we so love can contain poisonous alkaloids that can cause great harm to our pets.
They can cause diarrhea, tremors, convulsions, heart problems and vomiting. The bulbs contain the most poison.

Milkweed

Plants that could accidentally poison your dog The Milkweed Plant
Milkweed Plant an attraction for the Monarch Butterfly!

A favorite in the yard is the common Milkweed.

I love them because they are a host for the Monarch butterfly.
While they are wonderful for those of us that want to attract these beautiful flying flowers, all parts of this plant, above the ground, are deadly.

They contain a chemical called cardenolide and it will stop the heart of not only our pets but humans as well. Keep your pets away from this plant and your children too.

Poisonous Christmas Plants and Flowers

Christmas holds a host of deadly plants for our animals; The Poinsettia, Amaryllis, Holly and Christmas Cactus.

The Amaryllis

Plants that could accidentally poison your dog The Amaryllis
The Beautiful Amaryllis Flowering Plant

The Amaryllis contains lycorine which will induce vomiting, depression and diarrhea.
The bulb of the Amaryllis holds the most toxins.

Poinsettia

The sap from the Poinsettia can cause skin irritation and eye irritation, mild vomiting, and diarrhea.

Holly Berries

Holly berries contain Glycosides which will cause decreased appetite, vomiting and or diarrhea and lethargy.

Hibiscus and Rose of Sharon (Althea)

Plants that could accidentally poison your dog The Hibiscus
Bursting and Blooming Hibiscus

Very popular in yards are the Hibiscus and Rose of Sharon or Althea.

The flowers of the Hibiscus can cause mild diarrhea and vomiting while the flowers of the Rose of Sharon bring the mildness of the poisoning to a higher level.

It can also cause a loss of appetite so great that it can lead to anorexia.

Avoiding Plants that could accidentally poison your dog

The ideal way to avoid any of these problems with your pets it to train them early on that plants are not on their list of things to play with or eat.

If your pet ingests any of your plants, call the vet immediately or contact the ASPCA animal poison control center at 888-426-4435.  The ASPCA also has a free mobile app available for download.

Knowing more about these plants will let you know if it is a phone call or if an immediate trip to the emergency vet clinic is needed.

I hope this information I have provided will help keep your pet happy and healthy for many years.

Janet

I’d like to thank Janet owner/author of inthedirtwithjanete.blogspot.com for taking the time to educate us on so many flowers and plants that could accidentally poison your dog.

Be sure to visit her blog to learn much more about plants, flowers and the musings of country life here in Florida.

Keep your pets safe and healthy.

Paws & Wags,

Suzanne Dean, ABCDT

and Mary d Dog

ABC Certified Dog Trainer

 

 

 

All Photos are credits to Janet author/owner inthedirtwithjanete.blogspot.com

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Amazingly Easy Way To Engage Our Senior Dog #BrightMind

Amazingly easy way to engage our senior dog #BrightMind

What is the amazingly easy way to engage our senior dog?  #BrightMind dry dog food! It can help your dog’s engagement with you and life.

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Following Mary’s Food Choices

You have followed me in changing Mary’s diet.  She is 13 years old and will be celebrating another birthday in July.

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Purina Pro Plan® Bright Minds 7+®   understands when our dogs reach the age of 7 there is a change in the glucose metabolism in their brain and then things begin to change. 

This change can affect several things:

  • Memory
  • Learning
  • Awareness
  • Decision Making

Good choices but something was missing

Amazingly easy way to engage our senior dog #BrightMind #ad
OOOH Yummy Food Momma says it will help me.

Many of the foods we have tried have helped her health greatly.  But I still wanted a little more.  I wanted that happy, playful girl again. 

Mary doesn’t engage the way she did when she was younger.  She doesn’t play anymore.  She doesn’t engage as much with my husband and me like before.

Even if she doesn’t bring the ball back, I would at least like her to chase it again.

So we decided to change her dog food to Purina Pro Plan Adult BrightMind 7+.  Yes, I’ve seen their commercial and thought perhaps this is the missing piece I was looking for.  A way to have her engage with life more and with us.

Purina Pro Plan BrightMind 7+ Dog Food has:

  • Enhanced Botanical Oils – this helps promote mental sharpness.  Hey, we all need help with memory as we get older.  I know I do.
  • Chicken – The very first ingredient.  They offer other quality proteins too,  chicken is the one I selected for Mary.
  • EPA – an Omega 3 fatty acids to help her joints, so she can move around better
  • Natural prebiotic fiber to help her digestive functions. Shoot, at my age I need this too.

Purina Pro Plan BrightMind 7+ has formulas for dogs of all size.

Amazingly easy way to engage our senior dog #BrightMind
They have a formula for all size senior dogs!
Amazingly easy way to engage our senior dog #BrightMind #ad Large Breed Formula
The Formula for Large Dogs. This is Mary’s Food!

These are all ingredients that will help my 13-year-old dog.

Do you have a senior dog?  Are you looking to get renewed engagement?

Mary has a lot of toys some older ones that she hasn’t played with in a while.  We even tried some new ones to see if there would be any interest; no luck there.

Amazingly easy way to engage our senior dog #BrightMind #ad Get Your dog engaged
Toys that she no longer plays with. Sad Face!

So I’m taking the challenge; I have changed my senior dogs nutrition over to Purina’s Pro Plan BrightMind 7+

Amazingly easy way to engage our senior dog #BrightMind #ad
I just lub dis food momma!

If you have an aging dog take the BrightMind challenge with me.  I want all our dogs to be healthier, happier and more engaged in life during their golden years.

Purina Pro Plan BRIGHTMIND Adult 7+ is available at PetSmart®and can help your senior dog in many ways. 

How would you like $10 bucks?

Right now is the best time to change your aging dog’s food.  Spend $10 on any Purina Pro Plan® product, 2/29 – 4/3. Save $10 on your next purchase of Purina Pro Plan®Dry Dog Food (14 lbs. or larger) by 5/1*.

You can also buy it online! Make life easy and have the delivery person carry it to your door.

Let the Vet Explain

Dr. Marty Becker, DVM tells you about it in this short video.  These senior dogs are up for adoption and are just so adorable.  

Mary loves the food.  She’s still eating her two meals a day.  Now she has only been on the Bright Mind 7+ plan for two weeks now. 

10 of those days were her transition days.  You always want to transition a new dog food into their diet over a period of 7 to 10 days. Purina Pro Plan Bright Mind 7+ will explain it to you, easy peasy.

Mary still goes for her daily walk, but when I throw that tennis ball, I want to see her run after it again.

It takes up to 30 days to begin to notice changes in our dogs.  So I’ll have to report back to you when she starts chasing that ball again.

One last thing I’d like to mention.  As you know Mary is not an exclusive dry food eater.  She likes a mix of dry and wet. 

Amazingly easy way to engage our senior dog #BrightMind #ad Wet Food Entree
Turkey and Brown Rice entrée

Purina Pro Plan Bright Minds 7+ provides wet food entrees. 

This was perfect, so I was sure to pick up a few of those to try.  Mary loves them. 

Amazingly easy way to engage our senior dog #BrightMind
Mary’s new Dinner #BrightMind

I urge you to give this a try.  Get back to me with your results.  Send me pictures and when I follow-up on Mary’s progress we can include some pictures of all our newly engaged senior dogs.

Feel free to include yourself too, because I know the changes will make you smile!

Isn’t that an Amazingly Easy Way To Engage Our Senior Dog with Purina Pro Plan #BrightMind 7+ just a change-up in food.  It doesn’t get much easier than that.

I’m looking forward to getting her toys out of the closet and getting Mary engaged again, and Purina Pro Plan Bright Mind 7+ will help me with that.

Okay, your dogs are not getting any younger so find out what you need to here at Purina Pro Plan BrightMind Website.

You can also see what others are saying about them and join in on the fun on their FaceBook Page, Twitter, and Instagram.

To all my senior dog friends out there, here’s to getting our senior dogs more engaged with life again – PawsUp!

Paws & Wags,

Suzanne Dean, ABCDT

and Mary d Dog

ABC Certified Dog Trainer

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