Archive for April 3, 2013
Millions of people subscribe to various national, regional and local pet magazines today. Some do it for the information. Others subscribe to look at the cute photos. Others use it as a venue for career options and explorations. So what should your reasons be for picking up a copy of the latest magazine dealing with pets?
Read pet magazines to align yourself with other pet lovers like you. The articles published in most pet magazines are certified experts in veterinary care, in breeding or in caring for animals, and their passion comes through in every article that they write. These professionals are similar to you in that they have a deep passion for animal welfare and for keeping our pets healthy, so you will feel a sense of camaraderie when you pore through these articles. Instantly, you can feel like you have joined a community of like minded people.
Read pet magazines to educate yourself more on the health issues that could be affecting your pet. There are genetic diseases that some breeds are more susceptible to developing, and certain conditions exist in certain kinds of dogs and cats. Your veterinary professional may speak with you about these potential conditions, but use a free pet magazine as a back up to this. Even use it to inform yourself of these issues before your pet’s next vet visit. Being informed about your pet’s health can lead to more frank and more well educated discussions with your veterinarian on how to treat him.
Read free pet magazines to find out about cool pet themed events that may be coming to your area soon. Your pet loves to mix and mingle with other pets, just like you enjoy getting out there and meeting new people yourself. Get both out of the way by taking your pet to one of the events listed in a pet magazine that is specific to your area.
Read pet magazines to smile. Yes, there are lots of articles in these magazines that deal with serious issues surrounding pets and their health, but there are tons of adorable photos and cute articles too. Sometimes you just need to smile, and these pet magazines usually get those smile muscles working. Even just a quick browse through a publication that deals with pet issues can bring a smile to your face, which also could generate lower blood pressure levels and a stronger sense of self.