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PUPs

abbreviation for previously untreated patients, usually infants participating in clinical trials.
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If you need any further help or advice when buying a pup please contact me at the centre.
This will tell you which pups of the litter most closely match the temperament you want (or think you want).
Particularly for the common seal pups, which were only a few weeks old when they arrived, it has been very encouraging seeing them gain weight and grow into the chunky little guys we released today.
Lucy And there will be the chance to learn some dance moves in a series of interactive Pup Pup Boogie dance sessions, between 11.
We don't want to double count them so we spray the pups that we've counted a colour and when we go back out we spray the new ones a different colour.
5 litres of fat-rich milk each day to support their growing pup.
A Natural Resources Wales spokesman said: "We're a month into the census and we've so far counted 80 pups.
The pups are being hand-raised by the Preserve's animal care staff.
Wars are fought for all kinds of reasons, but never has there been a war on Twitter centered on who has the cutest animal pup, until now.
Once Barbara took home her pups at about 10 weeks of age, she continued Patty and Lucy's training.
But their protective mothers can get aggressive when the pups are painted so rangers have to take care.