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Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter

30 April 2001 Special Issue:
Why you should always spay and neuter your companion animals

Table of Contents
Pet Population Control by Holly Frisby, DVM

Myths about Spaying and Neutering By Holly Frisby, DVM
"Reality" A Testimony - My Name is Sam By Chris Benton
Maddies' Struggle to Live
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Ljbeane1@aol.com 
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myREBAdog@worldnet.att.net


Maddie's Struggle to Live

Spaying or Neutering your companion animals is so important. You can prevent the birth, suffering and unnecessary death of many unwanted and abandoned animals.

You can also prevent the abuse and neglect some companion animals receive. Please go to the following link to read about Maddie. The abuse and neglect she suffered and the results of this inexcusable behavior.

http://www.showdog-magazine.com/Maddie.htm  

source: Chibob44@aiol.com

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