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Issue 40 | 12/30/11

Make the New Year About Improving Your Pet’s Life, Too!

The year 2011 is at a close, and we’re all looking ahead and thinking of ways to start the New Year right. That is why this week’s feature article provides you with a checklist for involving your pet in your New Year’s resolutions. From diet and exercise to putting a best paw forward in 2012, when making commitments to increase the quality of your life in the coming year, don’t forget to include your pet!

From blogs to news and more, visit our topics section for the latest headlines, and for this week's focus on health, emergency situations, and breed profiles. And if you are one of the lucky ones who received a puppy or dog promise certificate for Christmas or Hanukkah, have a look at our top ten list of kid-friendly dog breeds to help you decide which one to go scouting for.

We can't wait to see you again next year - until then, have a happy, safe and paw-sitive New Year's celebration!


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Ear Injuries

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Dog Adopts Monkey

A dog in Bangladesh has become a minor celebrity by nursing a baby monkey back to health after it was rescued.



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Dogs for Kids

Choose a dog for its disposition, temperament, size and energy level — all of which should suit your family's lifestyle.


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Benefit of a Good Walk

It’s time for the annual New Year’s resolution post, but Dr. Coates is keeping it extremely simple this year.

A Cat-Related Resolution

Dr. Huston has one particular resolution she'd love to see all cat owners embrace. Can you guess what it is?

The Dog Alphabet

This week, Dr. Radosta explores what championship bloodlines really say about a dog.

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