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“Advertising in Precious Pets is unlike taking that important step in another community periodical that caters to everything else,” Sales Manager Tina DiSalvia says.  “You just KNOW that our advertisers care about pets and that we are showing extreme trust by opening our doors to them.

“We promise that we will never accept advertising coming from a business or organization that is not, in our opinion, reputable with regard to animals.”

Our commercial rates are extremely competitive. Additionally, for just $25 (Pet Obits and Classifieds, as well) you can submit up to 70 words for publication. A photo will run you $15 more, so $40 for copy and photo, if you wish, plus applicable sales tax.

Commercial advertisers can contact our Sales Manager, Tina DiSalvia, for further information. Note that all of our staff members have been or are now pet owners. Ms. Di Salvia actually cares for 11-year old Rocco, a blind, diabetic Shih Tzu/Lhasa Apso who still barks for treats when she is around and for whom she must check blood sugar and administer insulin. Tina is living proof of the lengths people will go toward caring for their pets. She can be contacted at: 438-821-6769 or

Your ads will help Precious Pets survive as an important resource for the pet and animal welfare communities.

Precious Pets pledges to speak out in support of animal welfare above all else.


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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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The average dog is a nicer person than the average person. -Andy Rooney
In order to keep a true perspective of one's importance, everyone should have a dog that will worship him and a cat that will ignore him. -Dereke Bruce