October 12 2011 Exotic Pets Newsletter
I know you will enjoy this week's article. It is truly wild! After reading the article, I am curious to know what your thoughts are concerning the subject.
China – Dye your Pet to Look like a Wild Animal
Dye your animal to look like wild animals. The latest craze or fad in China is to dye your dog to look like a Panda bear, a tiger, peacock, or a wide variety of other wild animals. We can't forget the mythical creatures either! Is having a rendition of an exotic pet merit the animal’s discomfort and diminishing their dignity? Check out the dyed animal pictures.
I have had numerous people ask me what my physical address is. I don't see any harm in giving it out but not in a newsletter. I will list it under my bio info on my main page. Just click on my name. I know many people would like me to scan their pet's pictures. Go ahead and mail copies I will be glad to post them for you. Make sure I have the pet's name. We will post them in the forum. I will have to have you sign a release for legal purposes. When you mail them make sure you list your email address. (Big requirement of Bellaonline management and I really don't blame them.)
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