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letters to the editor dear fetch!, I can’t thank you enough for the health tip titled “gag order” in your “Inside Out” issue. I run a nonprofit group for canine megaesophagus called Upright Canine Brigade. Knowing the difference between vomiting and regurgitation is the most important step in getting a proper diagnosis and the prompt treatment necessary for a successful outcome. Thank you for your insightful article and taking the time to educate your readers about this very important topic! – Donna C. editors’ response: Happy to help, Donna! Check out this edition's “Health Tips” on page 12 for more can’t-miss info. Got questions, comments or cute photos to share? Write to us at: editors@fetch-magazine.com. If fetch! prints your letter, you’ll get a free $25 American Express gift card. WRITE TO US sticking with it The “Accidents Happen” article from Dr. Anastasio in the “Inside Out” issue was timely as Cai is a stick eater. We are now working with the cone of shame in our yard and this seems to be effective. – Jenn R. editors’ response: Thanks for the kind words, Jenn. We’re glad Cai won’t be picking up any more sticks! Dr. Anastasio has more wisdom to share in this edition’s Accidents Happen on page 16. water world I edit the quarterly newsletter for the American Pointing Labrador Association (APLA) and was reading your article on leptospirosis in the “Inside Out” issue. As a Petplan subscriber, I always enjoy reading your magazine but think this article is particularly relevant to the APLA's membership. – Lily R. editors’ response: Feel free to share it to help spread awareness, Lily. And in the meantime, flip to page 52 to read “Sink or Swim,” all about water safety — we think you’ll like it! Nigel paws through his copy of fetch! poolside fetch! friends Winnie with fetch! 8 fun in the sun issue


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