August Woof: Free Photo Book, Treat Recall Warning, Five Fun Groups
August 23, 2007
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Woof! Take a summer break and chill out with your best friend. Now is the perfect time to join Dogster Groups, make a pooch photo book, catch up on dog news and more.
Be the newest member of these popular packs, or check out 7,500+ more groups.
That's right: A free, 20-page, 8x8 photo book from online photo partner Shutterfly awaits you, so long as you joined Dogster prior to August 14. The personalized book takes under an hour to create, and the final product is shipped to you within a week. Take advantage of this $30 value by visiting the Picture Perfect Pets Zone for your unique promotion code.
Members who created their masterpieces earlier this summer raved about the results. The mom of six Dogster dogs (Aloha, Boolynn, Cash, Diesel, HP and Jackson Xander) wrote us to say, "We were very impressed and very happy with our photo book. Each time we look at its pages, we can't help but feel how happy and how truly blessed we are to have dogs (and Dogster!) in our lives!"
In this week's pet news, Wal-Mart found traces of the contaminant melamine—the culprit in the March pet food recall—in chicken jerky treats. Get the latest updates with our Pet Food Recall Center and For the Love of Dog Blog.
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Many Dogster members have been keeping a close watch on developments in NFL quarterback Michael Vick's federal dogfighting case and plea deal this week. The story has brought issues surrounding breeding and raising fighting dogs into the media spotlight. Find out what others are saying and join the discussion in the Dogster Laws & Legislation Forums.
More Forums: Dogs in the News | Dogster Railroad | Shelters, Rescue and Fostering
Did you know that around 80% of dogs in the U.S. will need dental care by the time they're three? That's why home dental care should be an important part of a dog owners' routine and include Advanced Formula White Bites oral care dog treats infused with Arm & Hammer Baking Soda.
These tasty treats are specifically formulated to be safe and digestible, are chewy and abrasive and aid in the long-term breakdown of plaque. Our friends at Jakks Pacific, the makers of White Bites, are giving away 40 free samples. So go fetch now!
May All Animals Be Happy and Safe,
Dogster: For the Love of Dog
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