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The Pet Comfort Newsletter, Issue #030 -- Heated Cat Beds
February 07, 2007

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"The reason a dog has so many friends
is that he wags his tail instead of his tongue."
~ Harry Falk

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What's Been Going on at Pet Comfort Products?

We've had a VERY busy week. We missed our regular newsletter delivery by a few days. Sorry about that.

We published two more articles for Pet Comfort Products. Take a look now...

Keeping Kitty Warm and Comfy: Tips for Buying Heated Cat Beds -- "In this article, you will read about the important items to consider when purchasing a heated cat bed for your feline."

Help Your Canine Overcome Dog Kidney Failure -- "In this article, you will learn about dog kidney failure. Although it may not be a disease that you can completely shelter your dog from, there are many steps that can be taken to minimize the risks."

Pet Comfort Products Recommends...

245 Dog Treat Recipes
John Miller, professional dog-fancier, reveals his Secret Recipes (strictly here only and nowhere else) and why he refused to sell them to Multinational Companies.

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What's Really Popular at Pet Comfort Products?

10 Ways to Dress Up Your Dog or Cat With Pet Clothing -- "The future of pet clothing is here today. There are literally thousands of styles, sizes, colors, and materials available. Read this article if you want to get some insight and inspiration."

Pet Food Dish Overview -- "A pet food dish is an investment in the comfort of your pet. Did you know that plastic dishes and bowls can actually help cause your pet to be unhappy? Find out why."

Is Your Dog Not Eating Food? -- "Is your dog not eating food? Is it a minor issue or a serious problem? Dog behavior problems, dogs eating too much, and dogs not eating are often related. Learn more now."

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