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March 21 2012 Exotic Pets Newsletter


I have been watching the geese fly north. I saw the first robins of spring. What were the first signs of spring you have seen? Post your spring observations here
http://forums.bellaonline.com/ubbthreads.php/ubb/newpost/Board/100


Here's the latest article from the Exotic Pets site at BellaOnline.com.

Why pay a professional a large fee to get rid of hard to clean stains, and odors that never seem to go away. Here is how you can do it yourself!

Pet Clean Up Made Easy - Book Review
Pet Clean Up Made Easy; pet clean-ups can be a disaster, especially the odor. Permanent odors never again! How to get rid of awful stains, disgusting odors, fleas, allergies, and all related problems that come with pets. There is a special section for our exotic pets. Many inside secrets!

http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art4121.asp



Pet tips of the week
We presume that our pets enjoy the same music we do. We will often leave it on while we’re away. Some frequency ranges can be downright agitating for pets. Some animals like some tempos and not others. Every animal is different. Pets are just not wired to enjoy the same music we enjoy. You may enjoy jazz while your pet may enjoy classical. Who knows? It sounds like an interesting article to research and write. In the meantime, see how your animals react to different types of music. Keep a list. Now if you have several different types of animals, then you could have a problem. Also, remember to keep the volume down for the sake of your animals ears.

Contact me with suggestions for exotic pet articles. If you have a story to tell please contact me! http://www.bellaonline.com/site/exoticpets click this link and then when the page opens click on my name. You will find my contact information just scroll down a ways.

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Diana Geiger, Exotic Pets Editor
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