Are big dogs allowed in hdb?

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Currently, the HDB allows only one dog of an approved small breed to be kept in HDB flats.

But under Project Adore, residents can adopt a mixed breed dog up to 50cm tall and weighing up to 15kg from a participating shelter.

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You may bring your pet into The Islands of the Bahamas, but you need to make preparations before your departure. An import permit is required from the Ministry of Agriculture, Trade and Industry (Nassau), for all animals being brought into the Bahamas… The animal must be six months of age, or older.
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Apples are wonderful crunchy treats for your dog.

Apple seeds, however, contain cyanide so your dog should not be allowed to eat the core.

Though the effects of a few Apple seeds will likely not harm your dog, the deleterious effects can accumulate over time if allowed to eat Apple seeds regularly.

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Apple slices.

Help to clean residue off a dog's teeth, which helps to freshen her breath.

Apples are a good source of fiber as well as vitamin A and C.

Make sure to take out the seeds and the core before feeding to your dog, as these can be choking hazards.

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Can dogs eat avocado? The answer is yes and no. Avocados contain persin, a fungicidal toxin, which can cause serious health problems — even death — in many animals. According to veterinarians, dogs are more resistant to persin than other animals, but that doesn't mean avocados are 100% safe for your dog to consume.
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Can Dogs Have Bananas? Yes, dogs can have bananas. They may not get all the nutritional benefits humans get from this fruit, but bananas make a good—and motivating—treat. If you're wondering “Can puppies eat bananas?”, check with your veterinarian.
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In moderation, biscuits are unlikely to harm your dogBiscuits may also have added sugar, which dogs should avoid. With minimal nutritional value, biscuits aren't the best option for your pet. But as an occasional snack, they pose few risks, unless your pet's health is already compromised.
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If you want to give your dog a sweet, healthy treat, there's good news. Blackberries are safe for dogs to eat… You can feed your dog strawberries, blueberries and raspberries as well. These berries are soft and easy for dogs to chew and don't contain any ingredients that are toxic to canines.
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