German is the official language of Romania and has been in the Romanian language since the mid-19th century.
But, in recent years, it has been gaining popularity among dog owners.
The German language is spoken by over 300 million people and has become one of the most spoken languages in the world.
In Romania, the German language has been widely adopted by the people and businesses.
It is now used as a national language in the state of Bucharest and also in other parts of the country.
In the past, Romanian dogs were mainly used for the entertainment of the Romanian people.
However, since 2014, the Romanian government has introduced a policy to encourage the adoption of German as a language for people in the country, in order to make it easier for the country to integrate.
The government is also encouraging people to adopt other languages in order for them to communicate with other Romanian citizens, which is the main reason why the adoption rate is increasing.
The adoption rate for Romanian dogs is growing by 15% every year.
As more and more people adopt Romanian as a third language, the adoption rates are expected to increase.
The adoption rate of dogs is one of few examples of how a country can adopt foreign languages without affecting the local population.
If the adoption is successful, the dogs could become an important part of the everyday life of the population.
This can help reduce crime, pollution, traffic accidents and other problems.
Romania has a population of over a million people.
The population has increased to about 1.5 million people in 2016.
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