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Would YOU like to know what your pets are thinking?
Would YOU like to know how to prevent many common behavior problems and how to resolve them?
Would YOU like to know what your pets need to stay behaviorally healthy?
Would YOU like to keep current on the latest scientific knowledge about pet behavior?
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Then YOU need to subscribe to our Newsletter "Pet Behavior One Piece At a Time". Ever wonder what new training and behavior modication tools are worth spending money on and which aren't? Confused about what litter to buy for your cat? Want to know the inside scoop about all the different training and behavior modification techniques you read about on the web and elsewhere? Want to see and hear video and audio training tips teaching you how to get your pets to do what you want?
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We won't bombard you with unwanted messages -just honest content and information you can use to have a better life with your pets. We've been helping "pet people" and pet professionals on four continents do just that for 25 years. Take advantage of our experience and education and discover how we've been helping pets and people better understand each other and live together happily.
If you are a pet professional our articles will better help you educate your clients and customers and improve whatever sorts of behavior information and services you provide.
And just to say Thank You for joining us, you'll immediately receive links to:
- A downloadable article Dr. Hetts originally wrote for a popular magazine called "Do Opposites Attract: Introducing Cats to Dogs" (and vice versa)
- A second downloadable article by Dr. Hetts – "Keeping The Peace: Why Cats Fight and How To Prevent Feline Conflicts"
- A link to a 15 minute audio program by Dr. Dan Estep – "Seven Myths About Separation Anxiety". In this program, you'll learn why all home alone problems are not caused by separation anxiety and how you can tell which ones are and which ones aren't; common mistakes most pet owners make that often contribute to separation anxiety, and much more
You'll find these to be invaluable resources whether you are a cat lover, a dog lover, or both! In addition to valuable information, yes we admit, from time to time we'll throw in a special offer on a course or product – but as a newsletter subscriber you'll receive exclusive discounts on these items not generally available.
Want even more reasons why you should subscribe? Here's what a few of our current subscribers have to say:
"Your newsletter is a major public service, Suzanne."
The Humane Society of the United States
"I absolutely love your email newsletter that I receive. The articles are so well written and informative."
Julie K. Shaw, R.V.T.
Senior Animal Behavior Technician
SVBT president and newsletter editor.
Animal Behavior Clinic
"Wow, Suzanne and Dan. This is great! I like what you are doing so much!
Co-founder of the Pet Loss Support program at the
Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Colorado State University
"Your information is invaluable to shelter folks and others."
Potter League for Animals
"I wanted to let you know how impressed I am with your newsletter, Pet Behavior One Piece at a Time. It's well written, timely, and interesting. Even in today's age of information overload, I look forward to reading it, which is saying something."
Erin Landeck, MS, CPA
Former Manager, AAHA Press
American Animal Hospital Association
Lakewood, CO Adjunct Faculty University of Denver
"Your articles are helpful, informative and well written. Our club members enjoy them!"
Jan T. Morgan, Cairn Terrier Club
We've been publishing our online newsletter "Pet Behavior One Piece At a Time" since 2005. Many of our subscribers have asked to reproduce our content for their organization, business, facility, website or agency. So our articles have been reprinted over and over again. We'll be putting many of them here on our blog.
Thanks for joining us – the pets in your care will be glad you did!