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Pet owners are talking about you – and today the whole world is listening.
Local review and directory sites have become the new Yellow pages.
In our upcoming webinar “Online Reviews – How Important Are They?” we’ll cover:

What is a REAL review
The difference between a review and a testimonial
Where pet owners are going to leave reviews about you
the importance of Google Maps and Yelp to your business
How to make sure your business is properlylisted and ready for reviews
Setting

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Are you ready for Halloween this year?

Are your pets????

Here’s our annual reminder to be good to your pets and keep them safe during this very scary time of year:

If you purchase candy for the trick or treaters – make sure you put it in a safe spot, away from hungry, curious dogs and cats (and kids for that matter). Chocolate is toxic for our pets and can cause death if eaten in enough quantity.
We’ve listed some signs of chocolate toxicity below.
During tr

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University of Florida researchers A study performed by University of Florida researchers could aid in the management of feral cat populations.

The researchers found that a single dose of the immunocontraceptive vaccine GonaCon controls fertility over multiple years in adult female cats.

Non-profit veterinary research organization Morris Animal Foundation funded the

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I don’t know about you, but with all of the various electronics that need to be plugged in, some plugs in our office look like they are growing appendages.

The Flipit! USB charger lets you charge your USB device even when all AC outlets are in use. Simply flip out the power tab, insert any existing AC power plug through the tab, then plug into a wall outlet or power strip. Now you’re ready to charge.
Most mobile devices are compatible with the charger, although the iPad is one notable

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