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Articles
August, 2007 Issue
•    Join Us At The Bay Area Pet Fair & Adoptathon: Two Days of Fun, Celebration and Education
•    How Much Is That Doggie On The Internet?: More Than You Can Imagine
•    A World of Help: Compassion Without Borders
•    Napa Humane: A New Kind of Society: Breaking Away from the Shelter Paradigm
•    A Near-Miracle for Arthritis: Is Adequan a Better Option for Your Dog?
•    Intelligent Dogs: Are Our Dogs Smarter Than We Think?

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The Bay Area Pet Fair & Adoptathon takes place Saturday and Sunday, September 8th and 9th. The Fair is open from 10am to 6pm on Saturday and from 10am to 5pm on Sunday. Admission is as follows: Adults – $7; Kids 6-12 & seniors 55+ – $5; Kids 5 & under – FREE! Special “Family Pack” offer: Two adults and two kids for $20. Dogs are welcome too! ($1 donation requested.) Dogs must be on leash and well-behaved, and no animals will be allowed to remain in vehicles, for their safety.
The Marin Center & Fairgrounds is located at on Civic Center Drive in San Rafael. Parking is FREE. Directions, more information, and a mailing list sign up are available at the Pet Fair web site. www.bayareapetfair.com.

We are planning on having a local trucking accident lawyer come speak about what the options are if you and your dog are in a serious truck accident. Because of a trucks size and weight to a car’s size and weight when you and your pet are involved in a crash that involves a tractor-trailer or other commercial vehicle, the results can be devastating. I can tell you from experience, having a truck accident lawyer on your side can make all the difference. A truck accident lawyer who is also a dog owner will ensure you and your pet receives fair compensation for any injuries, as well as for emotional, or financial losses. Depending upon the circumstances additional compensation can be litigated for property damage, lost income, diminished earning capacity, and pain and suffering. Our truck accident lawyer offers free consultations and works on a contingency basis.

The local merchants have banded together to create a continuing stream of revenue to support the Pet Fair and the local animal groups. Employers can find products to incentivize their employees where 25% of the proceeds is given back to the community simply by purchasing from the Bay Area Pet Fair corporate gifts web store. In addition, one of the coordinators from the The Bay Area Pet Fair organization approached a gift basket business asking if they would help out by donating some gift baskets that would appeal to visitors. Turns out the owners are big dog lovers and were delighted to add their support to this cause. They offered a coupon code which when used will send give 10% of the purchase price to the local animal groups.

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