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Morning Start: Can dogs get cavities?

Your morning start for Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Get out your rain boots and jacket, the forecast is calling for rain all week.

Fun Fact of the day: Can dogs get cavities?

Pets, like their human owners, can get cavities. However, cavities are relatively rare in dogs because dogs’ diets generally are not high in decay-causing sugars. Veterinary dental experts have noticed a mild rise in the incidence of cavities among dogs fed sugary treats.

Weather forecast according to Environment Canada:

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Downtown Kelowna was quite lively on what was a bright and sunny Victoria Day on May 18.

Residents were able to enjoy the sun as well as a flyover by local pilots in honour of the fatal CF Snowbirds crash in Kamloops on Sunday that took the life of Capt. Jenn Casey.

Video of the day:

Well, that’s one way to ensure social distancing.

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