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Ostrich Eggs: A Really Bad Investment

Several years ago, a client of Stewart McLauchlan said he had an “opportunity to purchase some ostrich eggs at below the current market,”


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NYC’s Doggie Playground

“To make a long story short, I decided after 20 years of managing audio/video post production facilities both in New York and San Francisco, that I was tired of running other people’s businesses and I also felt that I was stuck in an industry that had changed dramatically and I was no longer interested in,” she tells me.


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Rhino Hunting Saved the Rhino

Saving the white rhino from extinction can be attributed to a change in policy that allowed private ownership of wildlife.


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Pet Lovers Can Make Money Too

Just like any parent, when you get pet parents together they are going to chat about what they love most, their pets!


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Finding Comfort In The Dog Business

“It’s a different type of stress,” she said during an interview this month as one of her seven dogs, Basta, a four-year-old Italian mastiff, sat at her feet.


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You Can Eat Camels, Too

Business owners and environmentalists in Australia are promoting camels as a source of meat to battle an explosion of the country’s camel population.


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Hug An Alligator Business

Gator Man Mike in Naples, Florida has started a business letting people hug his pet alligator for $5.


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Hospice Service for Pets

For pet owners, saying goodbye is one of the hardest things to do, but Stamford resident Mary Craig says her new mobile veterinary hospice service makes saying farewell a bit easier.


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A Retirement Homes for Chickens

And the increasingly intimate relationships have led some bird owners to make plans for their chickens’ unproductive years.


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False Teeth for Cats?

Seventeen-year-old Rachel Gilbert is one of eight animal care students who have come with help for unfortunate felines who have to have their damaged gnashers removed.