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teresa d.
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Rating: 1

Excellent publication

posted 6 years ago

This is written by some leading veterinary medical professionals in the world.
They also do some great cat publications.

Pros: Written in laymens terms, brief yet informative articles.

Cons: None

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Kris
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Rating: 5

Your Dog helps me care for my dog

posted 5 years ago

I like the variety of topics covered in this newsletter and almost always find something to help me take better care of my dogs. I like the Expert Advice section where experts answer questions from the readers and the letters section that has letters and e-mails from readers sharing their experience. The articles provide timely reminders. For example, before the holidays, there was an article that discussed not only physical safety, but also emotional health related to the disruption to the dog's routine when owners get busy during this season.

Pros: good varieyt of articles

Cons: none

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Barbara R.
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Rating: 5

My friend got me my first subscription and I'm glad she did

posted 5 years ago

My girlfriend got me a subscription to this a few years ago. I had never heard of it. But it really is a good little paper rich in the latest innovations in veterinary medicine as well as behavior issues, training info and other things of concern to dog owners. I buy it now that I know what it is about.

Pros: keeps you up to date on what is going on in veterinary medicine

Cons: none

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betty p.
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Rating: 5

Wonderful

posted 6 years ago

I have been getting this Newsletter from the Tufts University for several years. I love it. The newsletter is always packed with medical stories, the latest and greatest pet products, and other helpful tips.

The Newsletter also has helped me in figure out what is wrong with my pets or even shelter pets. The medical stories are just wonderful and packed with info.

For a few bucks an issues, the Your Dog Newsletter is worth it.

Pros: packed with good info, stories

Cons: none

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Linda C.
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Rating: 4

Good publication

posted 6 years ago

I chose to get this publication because I was looking for something that I could learn from. This was a good choice. Interesting and educational articles on health and training. Not designed for flipping casually through and seeing cute pictures. If you're looking for a journal that you can file away and have as a resource when you have a technical question, this is a good option.

Pros: Informative, no "fluff", good for education

Cons: can be a little technical at times

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