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Pet Newsletter - Cat and Dog Newsletter
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     Cat and Dog Newsletter       

Our free pet newsletter is a great way to keep up to date with valuable information for your pet. We have a dog newsletter that caters to canine needs. The pet newsletter provides tips on how to keep your pooch healthy and safe, has valuable coupons, and lists rescues and animal shelters where you can adopt a new friend. We also have a cat newsletter loaded with valuable tips, advice and coupons on how to make your feline purr. Businesses that cater to your dog or cat are listed in the pet newsletters, such as veterinary hospitals, pet groomers, pet supply stores that offer special foods and doggy parks where you can take your canine for a frolic during the summer months. For those who want to travel or move with their pets, a list of pet friendly hotels and apartments services will be supplied.

It's important to keep your best friend happy, whether its a kitten, older cat, puppy or senior dog. The free pet newsletter will offer techniques on how to deal with behavioral issues. Do you have an aggressive fear biting dog? Do you have a cat that sprays all over the house? What kind of dog is suitable for your home? What breed of canine is suitable for a family with a child? Our pet newsletter will help you.

For those who have senior dogs or cats, and are interested in pet cremation or burial, we will offer a list of businesses that will help you in your time of grief.

The pet newsletter will have a veterinarian who will supply answers to a lot of questions such as: How often do I deworm my puppy or dog? Should I spay or neuter my animal? What are signs of parvo? When is it time to put my older dog to sleep? Are there other options besides declawing for cats?

The free pet newsletter will offer readers a chance to share their thoughts about their animals. Having a dog or cat in your home is like having another family member. We love animals and want you to have an enjoyable journey with Fido or Princess. Our pet newsletter will be enjoyable to read in the morning, when you have your cup of coffee. We guarantee that you will learn something new every time, and that you will have a cornucopia of information that will help you in taking care of your four legged furry friends.

By signing up you get the following:

  • New nutrition and health information

  • Great Information on product reviews

  • Funny pet stories

  • links to other great sites

  • ... and a whole lot more. 

Pet Newsletter - Cat and Dog Newsletter
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A Step-By-Step Guide To Puppy Picking

Cats Dogs And Human Food - How Can Our Food Harm Our Pets?

Dog Agility Training Tips

Dog Allergies

Dog Bathing Tips

Dog Car Sickness

Dog Clipping Tips

Dogs and Allergic Conjunctivitis

Dogs and Excessive Scratching

Dogs and Senior Citizens: The Key to a Long and Happy Life

Dog Vaccinations Common Questions

Dog Vitamin and Mineral Supplements

Dog Worming

Feeding Your Dog

Feeding your Fish

Five Tips for a Happy and Healthy Dog

Flea Treatment

Have Fun With Your Little Kitten

How I Tackled My Catís Food Allergies

How Long Do Dogs Live?

How Long Will My Cat Live?

How Many Cat Litter Boxes Do You Need?

How Much Does it Cost to Own a Pet?

How Much Should I Feed My Dog?

How Often Should I Feed My Dog?

How To Avoid Bad Doggy Behavior, And Teach Your Puppy Some Manners

How To Discourage Your Dog From Garden Digging

Grooming Your Dog

Groom Your Cat To Avoid Hairballs - Kitty Will Love You For It

Natural Flea Control For Dogs

Pet Liver Health

Pet Panic Attacks

Serious Cat Urine Prevention Tips

Spaying and Neutering Dogs

Ten Things All Pet Owners Should Know

The Woes of Cat Hair and How to Control It

Travelling With Your Cat

Valerian Root for Dogs and Cats

Washing Dogs

What you Need to Know about Cat Food

Why is my pet losing weight

Why Pet Vitamins and Supplements

Why Your Puppy Isn't Eating & What You Can Do

Your Cat's First Vet Visit

Veterinary Informed Consent

Pet Holiday Safety Tips

Pancreatitis in Dogs and Cats

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