Pet Care on a Budget: How to Cut Costs Without Compromising Care

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Howell Book House, Nov 1, 1997 - Business & Economics - 100 pages
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A comprehensive collection of ideas and resources for how to economize without compromising, including what to skimp on and what not to, how to plan and budget, why costs are going up, the importance of preventive care, money-saving tips, things you can do yourself and where to turn for help. All types of pets are covered: dogs, cats, birds, reptiles and small animals.

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Contents

Introduction
ix
ChapterE Count the Costs
7
Money Management 101
17
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Virginia Parker Guidry is a contributing editor to "Dog Fancy" and "Natural Pet" magazines. The former editor of "Pet Health News, Horse Illustrated," and "Cat Lovers" magazines, she has written several books about pets. She lives in Southern California with her husband and son.
Joanne Howl, D.V.M., "Your Pet's Life"(TM) series editor, is the president of the Maryland Veterinary Medical Association and a small-animal practitioner. She lives in West River, Maryland, with her family, two dogs, and six cats.

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