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does this sound right??????
'Have a better life with a dog.'

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    It's ok.

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    it makes some sort of sense

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    As long as you are advertising, for example, for someone to adopt a dog at a shelter ... yes, it makes sense.

    What's the context?

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    Thanks everyone!!!! I really appricate it!!!! :] <3 ;]

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