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We Got A New Shih Tzu Puppy | Meet Our Newest Family Member Kiara | Valentines Day Special Vlog

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We Got A New Shih Tzu Puppy | Meet Our Newest Family Member Kiara | Valentines Day Special Vlog

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Today Indian Petmom is sharing this amazing feeling as We Got A New Shih Tzu Puppy and she let you Meet Our Newest Family Member Kiara. This also happens to be the Valentines Day Special Vlog from Indian Petmom Sreedipa. As you all know MommyNFlurry Tale is a journey of Mommy Sreedipa and her baby Flurry. Today Indian vlogger Sreedipa got an amazing puppy home. Indian Vlogger being a Petmom of the Shih Tzu flurry this time she gets another shih tzu puppy as valentines day special gift. The life changes after having one pet and this time Indian petmom went on to extend the family courtesy the occasion of Valentines day 2019 that she is now a mother of two shih tzus. She decided to introduce all of you to the Newest Family Member Kiara in this vlog. Hopefully you will all shower your love and blessing to Kiara and will be extremely delighted to meet the newest member of our family Kiara. This being also the valentines day 2019, Indian Petmom from MommyNFlurry Tale shares the valentines day gift vlog. In this indian valentines day 2019 special vlog you will see the gifts that Indian petmom shared with her husband and what all she received. This being a valentines day special vlog Indian Petmom also shared the little time she spent till now with Kiara and her experience of having another puppy beside Flurry. Hope you will love Our Newest Family Member Kiara they way you all loved Flurry so far.

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