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Fiproguard Plus has the same active ingredient as Frontline Plus… but costs you LESS!

Out with the other flea and tick control products and in with the new FiproGuard and FiproGuard Plus for Dogs. FiproGuard products contain Fipronil and s-methoprene, the same active ingredients used in Frontline Plus for dogs. FiproGuard Plus provides premium protection against fleas, ticks, and chewing lice; kills adult fleas, flea eggs, flea larvae; and prevents development of flea pupae to control flea re-infestation for up to 90 days. It also kills deer ticks, which transmit Lyme disease, as well as brown dog ticks, American dog ticks and lone star ticks. FiproGuard will also control mites that are known to cause sarcoptic mange. Fast-acting and long-lasting, FiproGuard’s sustained-release formula protects dogs for up to 30 days. FiproGuard Plus for Dogs can be used on breeding, pregnant and lactating dogs. FiproGuard Plus is also waterproof. With prices starting at $20, it’s sure to become a must-buy for your pets.



Pets love to have the freedom to come and go. And their owners enjoy many benefits from that freedom. When you install a PetSafe pet door, you’ll have flexibility to opt out of getting up early, in the middle of the night, or during dinner to let the dog outside. Plus, allowing your dog to come and go builds confidence; unwanted behavior problems such as chewing, furniture clawing, and excessive barking often remedy themselves when pets are no longer dependent upon owners to let them in and out.

At All Pet, our durable, high quality doors, come in a wide range of styles and sizes. For this coming winter, try our Extreme Weather Door with 3 flaps to protect your home from extreme temperatures. This door delivers maximum energy efficiency, up to 3 times higher than our standard single-flap door. Check with any of our All Pet stores for more details, and give you and your pet some freedom! Also, don’t forget to look for an exclusive 10% OFF Extreme Weather Door coupon in this issue of the All PET Gazette.

That’s right, friends, the FALL edition of the All PET Gazette is in production as we type, and as always, it will be available right here online, as well as in your favorite All Pet store!  This issue is focused on the little things that make a big difference when it comes to the happiness of you and your pet.  We’ve got features on enhancing pets’ dental care, choosing top-grade pet doors, and understanding the ins and outs of… bacteria?  You got it!  Plus, we’ve got some great coupons and upcoming sales events that will really help you stretch your dollar this fall.  You won’t want to miss them!

As always, be sure to periodically check our online Event Calendar for the latest updates.  There are some great opportunities to play and save this fall, and we want to share them with you!  See you soon!  APG

Your holiday gift guide for pets and pet-lovers!

Get ready! We’d like to invite you to come in and see what’s new for your pet this Christmas at All Pet. Make that “cold” Chihuahua warm with a new sweater or jacket! Keep those Yorkies happy with a holiday squeaker toy! Keep your new Lab puppy busy chewing for a long time with a new Kong chew toy! Worried about your outdoor pet this winter? Now’s the time to be thinking about a new pet home, or keep your pet even more cozy outside with a heated bed, mat or warmer, such as the new SnuggleSafe Microwavable Heat Disc! And while you’re at it, don’t forget to stock up on pet-friendly holiday candy canes & Christmas cookies specially made for your favorite pet.

While you’re here, don’t forget about our excellent, pet-themed gifts! If you have any animal-lovers in your family, we have some new and fun ornaments for 2009 that they’re sure to enjoy. Also, we have a wide selection of breed-specific t-shirts, aprons, door mats, salt n’ pepper shakers and towel sets, perfect for your school teacher, boss, or hard-to-buy-for friend. Here’s the best part: bring in the exclusive All Pet Gazette coupon, available in the most recent issue for download or in stores, for 25% OFF any regularly-priced gift item at your favorite All Pet store! And don’t forget to bring your Pet Payback Card! On behalf of all the staff at All Pet, we want to wish each of our customers the happiest of holidays and a season full of blessings! See you soon! -BL

  • Secure your tree and keep pets out of the water at the base (it may contain fertilizers, or it may be stagnant!)
  • Keep tinsel away from your pets as it can cause a severe digestive tract obstruction.
  • Keep all ribbons and gift ornaments away from your pet. These are extreme choking hazards!
  • Keep pets from chocolate and anything sweetened with Xylitol.  Also, keep pets away from any unattended plates.
  • Forget Mistletoe and Holly as they can really upset pets’ stomachs! However, don’t worry as much about poinsettias; according to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, they are not poisonous to pets, although they might also cause upset stomachs.
  • Make sure wires to Christmas lights are out of the way as well, and avoid burning candles -JG

Q: What can I do to avoid my dog from getting flaky, dry and itchy skin when the weather starts getting cooler?

A: Fall and especially winter’s colder, drier weather, coupled with the low humidity of forced-air heated homes, can affect a pet’s skin and coat as much as it affects its owners’ skin. Dry, flaky and itchy winter time skin can be avoided by remembering and following a couple of simple steps.

First, don’t bathe your pet more than once a month; most can be successfully kept clean with daily brushing to remove dead hair and dander. Daily brushing also stimulates skin circulation and distributes its natural moisturizing oils. When bathing is necessary, use a gentle cleansing and moisturizing shampoo and conditioner formulated especially for the pet you are bathing. Download your copy of the newsletter for a great coupon to help save on your pet’s winter bathing supply!

Second, remember that the skin is moisturized from the inside out. Under normal conditions, your pet’s premium food should be supporting skin and coat health with high quality ingredients including balanced essential fatty acids. However, during the winter months it may be necessary to supplement your pet’s diet with Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, available in an oil, powder or pill form (All PET recommends NaturVet’s Ultimate Skin & Coat Supplement).

Finally, dry flaky skin can be a sign of a larger problem within your pet. If you notice excessive hair loss with sores or rashes on your pet’s skin please seek veterinary medical attention for your pet. Most general cases of cool-season dry skin can be turned around within a few short weeks, allowing you and your pet to enjoy the rest of the season.

This question was answered by Andrea Jackson, a professional pet stylist at our Springfield south All PET store. Have a question? Get an answer at your favorite All PET store, or submit your question using our online form!