MichigAnimals 2009 Spring Issue

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A Pawsitive Start

'Is it better to look good or to feel good?'

Cat Myths or Public Relations Conspiracy?

"Uncle Jasper," asked Rudy, "were we always second fiddle to dogs?" "Why, no, Rudy, actually, this is how it all began during the time of your great, great, great, great, great, great, greatgrandparents..."

You Can Teach Your Dog or Cat to Give a high Five!

Hey there! Did you know that kids often are better animal trainers than adults?

Help Animals in Need By Telling Your Story

Agrowing trend in online fundraising is providing a fun and interactive way for animal lovers to help save animal lives by telling your story!

CELEBRITY CHAT with Dann Florek

Millions of television fans know that actor Dann Florek is tough on crime in his role as Capt. Donald Cragen on the NBC hit series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

ASK THE VET: How Can I Be Thrifty With My Veterinary Dollars?

How can I be thrifty with my veterinary dollars while still ensuring that my pets are getting the care they need to stay healthy?

Using Your Tax Return to Change Animal Lives

WHAT TO DO WITH SCHEDULE 4642

PRESIDENT'S NOTES: 2009 Spring

Thoughts From The President & CEO



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