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July 2007
Firstline;Jul2007, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p36
Product Review
The article evaluates several veterinary products and supplies, including the ProMeris flea treatment for cats from Fort Dodge Animal Health, the K9Grass artificial grass from ForeverLawn Inc. and online videos from PetCare TV Networks.


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