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What is the difference between It'd be perfect for my dog, Rocky. and I think It'll be perfect for my dog, Rocky. ?Feel free to just provide example sentences.

A:
Check out this pet-friendly hotel in Busan!
It'd be perfect for my dog, Rocky.

B:
Let' me see.
They provide treats, beds and bowls.

A:
And it has private dining rooms so guests can dine with their dogs.



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