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Dogs of all ages and all natural retrieving desires can benefit from force fetching.
Fetching will complement FWV's expertise in the equine and consumer lifestyle categories and will be rebranded as FWV Fetching, operating as a wholly-owned division of FWV.
Ten to 15 minutes of hard fetching isn't too much to expect once your' dog becomes accustomed to it.
Fetching Communications owner Kristen Levine leads a team of passionate marketers and pet lovers servicing clients in Israel, Australia, and the US including the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists, Litter Kwitter, ASPCA Pet Health Insurance and more.
If your cat is not the fetching type, she can easily be trained.
A 1935 MG R-Type single-seater racecar fetched a similar amount and a former Jack Brabham 1968 BT31 Grand Prix car raised pounds 103,200, with a 1951 Peirce MG F2 single-seater fetching pounds 53,750.
A 1935 MG R-Type singleseater racecar fetched a similar amount and a former Jack Brabham 1968 BT31 Grand Prix car raised pounds 103,200, with a 1951 Peirce MG F2 single-seater fetching pounds 53,750.
A 14th century jar became the most expensive piece of Asian art yesterday - fetching more than pounds 15 million at auction.
With the real estate market fetching extraordinary sales prices these days, long-term holders, renowned for their resolve in holding onto assets even in strong markets, are simply being offered deals they can't refuse.