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Dog gives birth to green puppy: “It was such a shock when she was born,” says the owner

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The owner of Caddy Williams, and was horrified when her great dane gave birth to a litter of pups, one of these turned out to be a green coat. As for the puppy, a unique shade might look cute, it may be a gross cause. A chemical substance found in the gall bladder, the so-called biliverdin, which is responsible for the death of your pup’s fur to be green. Fortunately, the condition is not dangerous in any way. Also, it is not permanent, and will supposedly fade with time.

One of these things is not like the others.

When a Great Dane in Colorado has given birth to a litter of pups, her owner couldn’t believe her eyes: Most of the new dogs that looked normal, but it is one of the smaller animals, had a green coat.

“It was such a shock when she was born,” Caddie Williams told KRDO. “Fortunately, I had recently read an article about a green dog. So at least I knew what was going on.”

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Williams initially thought that the puppy had dark black hair, and the New York Post reports. Later on I realized, however, that the coat was actually green, which is a very unusual color for each dog.

“It was such a shock when she was born,” and the puppy’s owner, said. “Fortunately, I had recently read an article about a green dog. So at least I knew what was going on.”
(Caddy Williams, via Storyful)

“It was dark,” Williams said of her initial assumption. “So, I finally got my phone, and a flashlight — and it was green!”

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As for the puppy, a unique shade might look cute, it may be a gross cause.

A chemical substance found in the gall bladder, the so-called biliverdin, which is responsible for the death of your pup’s fur to be green, the New York Post reports. It seems that the chemical substance may be present in the womb, and you can change the color of the animal.

Fortunately, the condition is not dangerous in any way. Also, it is not permanent, and will supposedly fade with time.

A chemical substance found in the gall bladder, the so-called biliverdin, which is responsible for the death of your pup’s fur to be green, according to the report.
(Caddy Williams, via Storyful)

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No matter the color, it’s a dog, it can even be good for the owner’s health. Some studies have shown that the dog could actually help you live longer, especially if you have a stroke or a heart attack survivor who is living on their own.

The study, published in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, a journal of the American Heart Association, was based on a study, and a separate meta-analysis.

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Using data from the Swedish National Patient Register, the Swedish Kennel Club and the Swedish Board of Agriculture, the dog walking, the researchers looked at the occupants in the age group of 40-85, who are suffering from a heart attack or a stroke in 2001 up until 2012. Then, they are compared to the “health” of the ones that are in the possession of a cat or dog, and those who did not. (Out of 182,000 heart attack survivors studied, about 6% are in the ownership of a dog. Of the 155,000 patients with stroke was 5% in the ownership of a dog.)

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By the end, the researchers determined those with a history of stroke or heart attack, and was also the owner of a dog had a significantly lower risk of dying from a heart attack or stroke, compared with people who do not own a dog.

Fox News’ Janine Puhak, contributed to this report.

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