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Looking for doggy Christmas presents?

If you're looking for a Christmas present with a doggy theme, how about Speaking for Spot? You'll please the dog lover you give the gift to, and you be doing a good turn to their dog - empowering their owner with the knowledge they need to make the right decisions. Here's more information from author Dr Nancy Kay:

A Gift of SPOT

Who doesn't have a dog lover or two on their holiday gift list? If you are brainstorming the perfect present for your friends, relatives, veterinarian, groomer, and dog park buddies, here is an idea to consider. How about a personally signed copy of Speaking for Spot!I would be pleased, in fact honored, to personally inscribe as many gift books as you like. Heck, Ill even provide the wrapping paper (dog motif, of course). Additionally, now through the end of December, 10% of the sales proceeds will be donated to Morris Animal Foundations Canine Cancer Campaign (www.curecaninecancer.org/).
Here's what a few people who love dogs have said about Speaking for Spot:

From vaccinations and pet insurance to second opinions and end of life decisions, dog lovers often feel overwhelmed trying to make the best choice for their pup, pocket book, and peace of mind. Thanks to Speaking for Spot, we finally have a book that makes sense of it all! With experience, warmth, wit, and candor, Dr. Nancy Kay provides an authentic, userfriendly guide for making all types of health care choices for your dog.

- Dr. Marty Becker, resident veterinarian on Good Morning America, nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, and cofounder of petconnection.com

Speaking for Spot is an engaging, compelling and truly indispensable book. Dr Nancy Kay enables her readers to become well-informed advocates for their pets health care decisions. She has provided the perfect guide that will make a tremendous difference for dogs and for the people who love them.

-Claudia Kawczynska, Editor-in-Chief, The BARK magazine

"If a dog owner could have only one book for health information, this is it. This is an excellent book at a reasonable price. I highly recommend it."

-Dr. Susan M. Cotter, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, in theJournal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Sept. 15, 2009

There are two ways to obtain personalized copies ofSpeaking for Spot. You can mail your own books to me or you can purchase the book via my website. For either option, simply follow the steps found athttp://speakingforspot.com/purchase.html.

Not only will this gift of Spot be personalized and easy on the pocketbook, it will provide the people you care for with an invaluable resource that will last a lifetime. Dont forget to gift yourself while you are at it!
Wishing you and your four-legged family members abundant good health,

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