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John Sheridan
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Build the best team in the world to control your dogs cancer
Dec 21st, 2012 at 12:09pm
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Did you know that cancer is one of the major causes of death in dogs and cats. It’s been estimated that almost half of the animals that live 10 years or longer will die of cancer and more than 5,000 people search the internet every month for information about cancer in dogs. I have put together a 34 page e.book which is called ‘Build the best team in the world to control your dogs cancer’ and which you can freely download from the web – no charge is involved. I have not practised as a vet for many years.  I am not now qualified to offer any professional veterinary advice to animal owners and the information in the book shouldn’t be used for diagnosing or treating any specific veterinary health problem or disease. It is simply informational and not a substitute for professional care and advice. Episode 07 of the http://www.mypetcarevideoshow.com includes a clip which offers an overview and summarises the e.book contents
  

John
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