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  • Dog grooming [r]: the act of cleaning a dog's coat and external organs both for the sake of appearance and for the animal's health and hygiene. [e]
  • Dog [r]: Domesticated canine often kept as a pet or as a working animal and known as 'man's best friend'. [e]
  • Fox Terrier [r]: Small to medium-sized hunting terrier developed to rout fox and vermin. [e]
  • Great Dane [r]: A very large dog breed, usually classed in the working dog group. [e]
  • Malta [r]: An island republic (population c. 403,500; capital Valletta) lying in the Mediterranean Sea, midway between Europe and North Africa; of the four main islands of the Maltese Archipelago, Gozo, Malta and Kummuna are inhabited and Filfla is not. [e]
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