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Dog Parks's Newsletter
May/June 2004 Edition

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Dining Out With Your Pooch

Whether you are driving across country, or just going out for lunch, there are often times when you want to grab a bite to eat with your four-legged friend in tow. You can always go to a fast food restaurant drive-through or purchase food to go at many restaurants. Then you either have to eat in your car or back at your hotel room or home. But for many dog lovers, there is an increasing demand for restaurants that offer dog-friendly outdoor seating.

While not all outdoor restaurants allow dogs, many restaurants throughout the United States and Canada allow people to dine outside with their pooch...Click here for the full article

An Animal Communicator's Experiences
by Faye Pietrokowsky

Many people love to travel with their animal and feathery friends. One doesn't have to look very far to uncover the explanation. We love our animals. Seems simple. Not so. Our relationships with our animals are rather complex. It was beautifully explained to me quite innocently in a conversation with the business owner of a dog wash storefront. This was a complete career. He left a well-paying, high stress construction job to escape burnout. His long working hours coupled with his management responsibilities put him on a collision course to become a workplace stress related casualty...Click here for the full article

Update on the PCT for Pets Story

J. Bradley Materick and Banner have completed over 400 miles of their journey! Click here for the latest update and photos.

What is PCT for Pets? Click here for the original article in our February 2004 Newsletter.

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