Las Vegas Pet Scene Magazine, July - August 2012 Issue
The Las Vegas Pet Scene Magazine is a high quality publication that combines eye-catching, full-color design and professionally written articles. Inside this issue you will enjoy articles about K-9 Nose Work, a new fun and growing sport in Las Vegas, learn about the Canine Distemper Virus and why it is so important to vaccinate your pet, great pet travel tips, 5 things to look for when selecting pet-friendly fabrics as well as information on selecting a pet fish and setting up your very own salt water aquarium.
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