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The Weekly Ferrets Magazine Newswire - April 17, 2009

Black-footed ferrets; Flea medications; Lawn pesticides; Pet Airways

Posted: April 17, 2009, 10:30 p.m. EDT

Prairie Dog Status Debated
At a recent meeting, Kansas Wildlife And Parks commissioners were asked whether the prairie dog, a food source for endangered black-footed ferrets, might also be listed as endangered or threatened in Kansas, reports The Hays Daily News. Read Now>>

Environmental Protection Agency Acknowledges Concerns About Flea Medications
The EPA issued an alert to pet owners and acknowledged incidents occurring with mainly EPA-registered, spot-on flea or tick treatments for pets, reports Poynter Online. Read Now>>

New Website For Reporting Pet Poisoning From Lawn Pesticides
The National Pesticide Information Center and the Environmental Protection Agency  created a website where pet poisoning by lawn pesticides can be reported easily, reports the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Read Now>>

An Airline For Pets Only
Pet Airways of Florida flies only pets and will begin operations in July 2009, reports BBC News. Read Now>>

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