Our cover story this month focuses on holistic pet care, a method of care that allows pet owners to treat their animals naturally and build on that special pet-owner bond.
Newsweek magazine reported in 2007 that Americans spent $41 billion a year on their pets. That amount, the magazine said, was expected to hit $52 billion by this year, according to Packaged Facts, a consumer research company. So what could pets possibly need, besides food, shelter and love? Take a look at these items from some of our local retailers.
Pets. They are our pals. They are members of our families. We treat them differently. We tell cute stories about them to our friends and relatives. In short, they become a large part of our lives. These books document that place they have in both our hearts and our homes.
As the youngest of six brothers and sisters, you tend to carve out a niche early on in your life. I was somewhat spoiled — in a good way — with a lot of great role models to look up to and try to emulate.
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