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October 20 2009 Exotic Pets Newsletter

Bearded Dragon
The bearded dragon has a tranquil nature, and is one of the exotic pets selected because of his or her personality. They are a beautiful lizard; each bearded dragon unique in appearance. They don't grow as big as the iguana. This article covers information and care of the bearded dragon.
Bearded Dragon

Paws, Claws, Feathers & Fins DVD Review
Any child that wants a pet or has a pet should see this DVD; Paws, Claws, Feathers & Fins - A Kid's Guide to Happy, Healthy Pets. It is jammed pack full of great information on responsibility, cost of pets, time it takes to take care of pets, and much more in a fun approach with music and dance. This DVD is more fun than a barrel of monkeys. I certainly wished I had known about it sooner. And, I really wish it was around when my kids were little! I found it just checking out our remodeled library in Huron, SD. The library looks great by the way ;)
Paws, Claws, Feathers & Fins DVD Review

Pets and the Planet: Book Review
Pets and the Planet: A Practical Guide to Sustainable Pet Care - a Book Review. This book goes past the popular muddle of the green hype and tells us what really matters. It is obvious the author has done a great deal of research to educate us on safer choices. This book can help everyone. It doesn't matter if you have a pet or not. Forget about green, just do what is right. What you take you give back two-fold.
Pets and the Planet: Book Review

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Diana Geiger, Exotic Pets Editor
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