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by Jennifer Boncy on Dec 29, 2014
“Mike Doan’s passion since childhood has always been animals. Dogs and cats, lizards and fish—you name the pet, and he has an enthusiastic appreciation for it. Yet while this passion is undoubtedly helpful in running the pet store he co-owns with his wife Sherry Redwine and her parents Jo Ann and Bill Redwine, it is clearly the staff’s competence for working with people that has earned Odysssey Pets’ some of its highest praise. “I tell…”

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by Rebekah Milford on Dec 29, 2014
“January marks the start of a new state legislative calendar for 46 states that hold annual legislative sessions, as well as the remaining four states, which hold biennial sessions—Montana, Nevada, North Dakota and Texas. With most states’ legislatures expected to consider thousands of bills before they adjourn, and more than…”
by Andrew Hunte on Dec 29, 2014
“An October 17 blog on PetBusiness.com revealed a disturbing lack of understanding of an issue confronting the pet industry. The writer evidently thought the phrase “Adopt, Don’t Shop” would make a catchy lead line to the story, clearly not realizing how inherently hostile such a mantra is to pet stores…”
by Steven Feldman on Dec 29, 2014
“Here’s some great news for pet owners—those furry, finned and winged animals they have been living with can actually help in healing. In a survey conducted by the Human Animal Bond Research Initiative (HABRI) this past August, we found that doctors are increasingly recognizing the many healing powers of pets…”
by Lindsey Wojcik on Dec 29, 2014
“The days when pet owners relied heavily on a veterinarian for their pets’ dental hygiene needs are long gone. In order to save on expensive dental procedures at the vet, today’s pet owners are taking a more proactive approach to their animal’s oral care needs. From traditional products like toothbrushes…”