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Where Would You Get Next Pet?

   LOS ANGELES - Remember that old song, "How much is that doggie in the window?" For most Americans, it seems it's no sale.
  More than half of people in an Associated Press-Petside poll said they would get their next dog or cat from a shelter, nearly seven times the number who said they would buy their next pet from a store.
  And more than four in 10 said they thought store pets could have hidden medical or psychological problems. That's significantly more than those who expressed the same concerns about pets from animal shelters or breeders.
"I believe they overbreed the pets. I believe they couldn't care less about the pets, they're really in it for the money. I think you are more likely to get a pet at a pet store that is ill or has problems," said Sandra Toro, 62, of Colton, Calif.
  Just 8 percent of those polled said they would get their next cat or dog at a store, while 13 percent said that's where they got the pet they have now.
  Fifty-four percent of those polled said they would probably get their next pet from a shelter, while 23 percent went for a breeder.

  The AP-Petside.com poll was conducted April 7-12 with 1,112 pet owners nationwide and had a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.3 percentage points.

The above is an article written by Sue Manning. Found in the May 13, 2010 issue of  The Arizona Republic
newspaper. (THE BUZZ) section.

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Christmas Tree Alert!

  Prevent pet poisoning by covering your Christmas tree's water stand with a tree skirt, recommends Petra Volmer, D.V.M., assistant professor of toxicology at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. The evergreen contains turpene and other resins, as well as fertilizers, that may seep into the water. And if your four-legged companion manages to sneak a gulp, she or he could experience stomach upset and vomiting.

The above is an article found in the 12/06/04 issue of First magazine.

"May You All Have A Fulfilling And Joyous Holiday Season"

Yours Respectfully,
Malcom Pembroke


Here Are Ten Early Cancer Warning Signs For Your Dog :

  Abnormal swellings that persist or continue to grow.
  Sores that do not heal.
  Weight loss.
  Loss of appetite.
  Bleeding or discharge from any body opening.
  Offensive odor.
  Difficulty eating or swallowing.
  Hesitation to exercise or loss of stamina.
  Persistent lameness or stiffness.
  Difficulty breathing, urinating or defecating.

  If you notice any of these signs "Please" take your pet for a checkup at your local veterinarian.

 "Thank You"
Malcom Pembroke


"Malcom's New Pet Product Alert"

    Protect your pooches paws this summer with  Muttluks - Made in Canada since 1994, Muttluks are not just fancy footwear for canines. They provide comfort, protection, and durability to keep paws healthy and safe. Muttluks come in two models - Fleece Lined Muttluks and All Weather Muttluks. www.muttluks.com

Yours Respectfully,

Malcom Pembroke

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