Dog poo is a common problem for people in Israel, as well as in other countries, as a result of the country’s lack of sewage systems.
In Israel, it is often used as a fertilizer and is often stored in waste landfills or used in animal feed.
As of March 2016, about 25 percent of the soil in Israel had been contaminated with dog feces.
However, a new study shows that Israel is far from the only country in the world to have a significant dog population.
According to a study published in the Israeli Journal of Public Health, about 30 percent of Israelis are considered to have an incurable disease, and an even larger number of them are underweight.
The researchers examined data from more than 4,000 Israeli children aged 8 to 15 years old and found that, of the 1,700 children surveyed, only 11 percent were obese and nearly half were underweight, meaning that only 3 percent of them were obese.
Moreover, only 3.8 percent of children in the study were under the age of five years old, which means that, in addition to the obesity, the majority of children were under-weight.
According the authors, the study shows the importance of reducing the number of dogs in Israeli households, as this is the main cause of the incurable diseases.
The study also found that Israel has one of the highest incidences of cancer among the European countries, with an incidence rate of 7.2 per 100,000 people.
“It is difficult to quantify the number but it is probably at least a million,” researcher Dr. Moshe Fadlan told The Jerusalem Report.
Fadlin added that there are about 2,000 dogs per square meter of land in Israel.
“They have no responsibility for waste and are responsible for the soil,” he added.
According a recent survey by the Israeli Association of Veterinary Pathologists, about 1,500 people in the country are diagnosed with incurable cancers every year.
“As the incidences increase, we have to take care of the dogs.
They are the lifeblood of our society and it is essential that they are not left in the wild,” Fadran said.
According “A Dog’s Perspective on Waste,” a book published by the National Institute for Veterinary Research and published by Janssen International, the pet owner is responsible for managing the animal’s environment, which is what dogs are meant to do.
According this book, animals are often given to their owners to “guard them against disease.”
However, Fadlyn told The Israel Herald, the owners are also responsible for feeding them properly.
“Dogs are not like cats.
Cats are not allowed to eat.
Dogs are not supposed to have water,” he said.
Fadslan, who has been studying the incursion of dogs into Israel since 2006, said he did not expect the number to increase, even though he did expect a decrease in incidences.
“If we continue to keep dogs away, we will not see any reduction in the incidence rate,” he told The Israeli Herald.
According Fadlans research, the incontinence of dogs is often linked to the way the owners treat them.
“I have seen dogs that are left in their pens, they are left to do their thing, and the owner is often responsible for them,” Fadslin told The Guardian.
According one study, the owner of a dog that is underweight is at a greater risk of developing incontinent disease than the owner who is overweight.
In another study, a dog was found to have the highest risk of incontinency, while another dog with an incontinently developed prostate was found at a lower risk.
“The owners of dogs that have incontinsences are the ones that are responsible, not the dogs themselves,” Fadeslan said.