The ultimate monthly paper for pets and their owners.



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It was a tragedy that gave me the impulsive notion to come up with the idea for a paper devoted to pets. I read that a childhood neighbourhood friend, Nevine, had lost her three-year old Bichon Maltese, Felix, who died when struck by a car after he ran across the road to see the master he so adored.

She was devastated and I felt empathy for her. I realized that people really do view their pets as family members and, having had two dogs, birds, fish, turtles and a tarantula during my lifetime thus far, I wanted to give pet owners a literary venue in which to celebrate the lives and mark the passing of their pets… with us, their similarly-inclined community acquaintances.

Enjoy Precious Pets while celebrating the lives of your special animals. We don’t discriminate, either. Me and my business partner, Tina DiSalvia, sales manager, will include your pet in our paper whether cat, dog, fish, bird, lizard and, yes, tarantula, too. If it’s special enough for you to give it a home (room and board included!), it’s special enough to find a home in our paper.

Oh yes, and we have a social media director named Janet Boiangiu who will engage you all on Facebook and Tweet happily away about all our precious pets. Janet rounds out a small but potent team that makes our paper not only unique, but uniquely yours, by bridging the gap between us and our loyal readers.

Thanks for reading and feel free to comment. We anticipate most readers will enjoy Precious Pets but it’s certainly not for everyone. For those who wish a more “human” approach to paper publishing, we have a section – Our Humanz – that will please you, as well. Happy pets have happy owners, we reckon.

Best wishes to pets and their owners everywhere,

Bram D. Eisenthal
and Editor


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Grieving for your pet?

IMPORTANT This month's (face-to-face) Little Bear Grief Group (organized by Precious Pets and Pet Friends of Vaudreuil): Thursday, June 26, 2014 - 7- 8:30 p.m. (approx.) Cote Saint-Luc ACC (Aquatic & Community Centre) 5794 Avenue Parkhaven, Côte Saint-Luc, QC H4W 1A6 -Corner Parkhaven Ave. and Mackle Rd. Cost $10 per person RSVP with Bram at 514-975-7745 NOTE: The grief group is held the final Thursday of every month. We will not be holding a session in July..

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