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Global Micro Animal Registry , for Peace of mind
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Stand by, our first ever winter package sale will be announced today - unbelievable bargains coming your way!
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HELP!!!!!! This weekend we’re painting our store room and the stock has to be moved out, and then back in after the painting is done.

As I’m the one who will have to do all the moving (and most of the painting), I really don’t want to have to move everything back into the store room so I’ve slashed the prices on all stock to save me the effort.

Everything is going at wholesale prices plus a dollar or two, which probably make us the cheapest pet product shop in the world. Until Sunday night when the sale ends.

So have a look at our site – www.globalmicro.com.au > Products and buy as much as you can so I don’t have to move everything back in.

All goods will be dispatched on Monday and be in your hands within a few days.

No rain-checks, first in gets the goods!
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On June 6th Kudah vets in Kelmscott made Australian history by delivering the first ever XOLOITZCUINTLE litter in Australasia. There are only four Xoloitzcuintle dogs in Australia, and all here in WA, they are an ancient breed that has evolved through natural selection rather than man breeding two breeds to make a dog for a purpose.

They are from Aztec times and were used back then for religious sacrifice and as a food source, the breed almost became extinct and was down to seventy dogs in the 1950s.

After much heartache and a wonderful vet and a lot of patience, we have been blessed with a little baldy today. This litter was the result of frozen semen imported from Norway and a Mexican bitch here imported through Mexico via USA. The whole event was photographed by a specialist photographer Diana Andersen of Animal Images.

Global Micro Animal Registry is proud to have the first born of the stunning Xoloitzcuintle registered with us. Congratulations to the breeder Jacqi Dinis
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On June 6th Kudah vets in Kelmscott made Australian history by delivering the first ever XOLOITZCUINTLE litter in Australasia. There are only four Xoloitzcuintle dogs in Australia, and all here in WA, they are an ancient breed that has evolved through natural selection rather than man breeding two breeds to make a dog for a purpose.

They are from Aztec times and were used back then for religious sacrifice and as a food source, the breed almost became extinct and was down to seventy dogs in the 1950s.

After much heartache and a wonderful vet and a lot of patience, we have been blessed with a little baldy today. This litter was the result of frozen semen imported from Norway and a Mexican bitch here imported through Mexico via USA. The whole event was photographed by a specialist photographer Diana Andersen of Animal Images.

Global Micro Animal Registry is proud to have the first born of the stunning Xoloitzcuintle registered with us. Congratulations to the breeder Jacqi Dinis
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Congratulations Okie (on the right) for being the Editor's pick and being featured on PACK > www.packdog.com Go you good thing.
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Congratulations Okie (on the right) for being the Editor's pick and being featured on PACK > www.packdog.com Go you good thing.
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What does a VW Kombi shock absorber have to do with the world’s best dog feeder and toys?

American Joe Markham had a trained police dog Fritz, who loved to crunch on harmful items such as rocks and sticks and Fritz’s teeth were starting to wear down while his need for stimulation and play was not being met.

One day when working on his Kombi Joe threw a rubber suspension part to Fritz who was immediately taken with it and dropped it in Joe’s lap to play. The erratic bounce and toughness of the rubber inspired Joe, who started to start making pet-safe, built-to-chew rubber ever since.

The rubber that Joe developed has a soft feel, a satisfying chew and is super durable.

From this simple start KONG products started and today offer a wide range of toys and slow feeders to amuse your favourite furry friend.
Global Micro Animal Registry offer a wide range of KONG products for you and your pets, and at probably the cheapest prices in Australia.

Have a look at our web site – www.globalmicro.com.au > Products, and spoil your pooch today. It’s not just a toy, it’s a KONG!
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What does a VW Kombi shock absorber have to do with the world’s best dog feeder and toys?

American Joe Markham had a trained police dog Fritz, who loved to crunch on harmful items such as rocks and sticks and Fritz’s teeth were starting to wear down while his need for stimulation and play was not being met.

One day when working on his Kombi Joe threw a rubber suspension part to Fritz who was immediately taken with it and dropped it in Joe’s lap to play. The erratic bounce and toughness of the rubber inspired Joe, who started to start making pet-safe, built-to-chew rubber ever since.

The rubber that Joe developed has a soft feel, a satisfying chew and is super durable.

From this simple start KONG products started and today offer a wide range of toys and slow feeders to amuse your favourite furry friend.
Global Micro Animal Registry offer a wide range of KONG products for you and your pets, and at probably the cheapest prices in Australia.

Have a look at our web site – www.globalmicro.com.au > Products, and spoil your pooch today. It’s not just a toy, it’s a KONG!
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And you thought only people were two-faced!
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