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1. I got this hooker to come over with her dog. I'm not a pet person
2. A licensed pet is a happy one.
3. She took him a pet rooster.
4. Inspiration of the pet cemetery business is a little story that probably leads me back many years.
5. On the farm, I had my own pet collie which worked with me and was beside me.
6. No matter what I did and where I'd go, my pet collie was with me.
7. And, boy, I knew what to do with it: Make that into a pet cemetery.
8. Working with I worked with Carnation Pet Food Company Safeway Stores, Lucky Stores.
9. And Mac, very surprisingly, said to me that something he had always wanted to do was put a pet cemetery together.
10. "We will have a pet cemetery.
11. So we went to work on the pet cemetery.
12. He said, "Do you have the pet cemetery across the street?"
13. You bury that pet because you love it.
14. I remember one young lad there that He had a pet lamb.
15. You take a guy who loses his pet horse.
16. And got the pet on the wagon and got him back over to the farm.
17. We told them we took it out to a pet cemetery and buried it.
18. Something that we could be proud of saying: "My little pet has done his chore here.
19. A pet cemetery business is not a fast-buck scheme.
20. And these are the type of people I wanted in business with me in the pet cemetery concept.
21. I think Mac really wanted a pet cemetery and I think he probably had a great love for animals.
22. Certainly beyond the lifetime of anybody who ever buried a pet here.
23. Most people don't know it, but we're in the middle of a pet explosion throughout not only the United States, but throughout the world.
24. I would say that the pill is largely more responsible for the pet explosion than any other single factor.
25. Because we are not content with just having an ordinary nice, or good pet cemetery.
26. My assurance to the pet owners is that they will be reunited with their pet at some time in the future.
27. This boy bugger your pet goat or something?
Definitions of Pet:
1. A domesticated animal kept for companionship or amusement
2. A special loved one
3. A fit of petulance or sulkiness (especially at what is felt to be a slight)
4. Using a computerized radiographic technique to examine the metabolic activity in various tissues (especially in the brain)
5. Stroke or caress gently
6. Stroke or caress in an erotic manner, as during lovemaking
7. Preferred above all others and treated with partiality