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January 20 2008 Dogs Newsletter

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    January 2008

    Here's the latest article from the Dogs site at BellaOnline.Com.....

    Caring For Your Senior Dog
    Knowing how the aging process can affect a dog, recognizing the signs of pain and aging, and making a few adjustments can give an elderly dog a healthier, happier life and extra quality time.
    Click here to read the full article.

    Winter articles from the archives....

    Chilly Dogs - Part One - Staying Safe & Warm
    In average winter temperatures most dogs enjoy being outdoors and they need their walks and exercise. Dogs can stay warm with their built-in fur coats or the protection of their jackets and sweaters. BUT.... that's not the case when temperatures take a dramatic plunge.
    Click here to read the full article.

    Chilly Dogs - Part Two - Paw Care
    Even paws covered in heavy fur get cold when they get wet. Exposure to ice, snow and salt can be a hazard to even the toughest paws. Well-made boots can keep a dog´s paws warm and dry in rain, ice, and snow and protect them from the harmful effects of salt and de-icers.
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