Torrey a 1-year-old chihuahua sits on the head of his friend Duke a 6-year-old Mastiff in Anaheim, Calif. Jack Stephens a veterinarian from Boise, Idaho, says that many toy dogs have genetic problems with teeth and joints.
Torrey a 1-year-old chihuahua sits on the head of his friend Duke a 6-year-old Mastiff in Anaheim, Calif. Jack Stephens a veterinarian from Boise, Idaho, says that many toy dogs have genetic problems with teeth and joints. Associated Press
Torrey a 1-year-old chihuahua sits on the head of his friend Duke a 6-year-old Mastiff in Anaheim, Calif. Jack Stephens a veterinarian from Boise, Idaho, says that many toy dogs have genetic problems with teeth and joints. Associated Press

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