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Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Pet Recreation

Think your canine or kitty had a long, hard day in the house? Is your pet looking tuckered out and listless, with dull fur and crusty skin?

Fear not! Help is around the corner thanks to some trendy ways of filling your pet's down time with very relaxing human-like means.

These days, rewards for your pet can include a decadent feel-good massage, relaxing aromatherapy or an energizing yoga class – for your dog, that is.



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