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Creature Companion was founded with the goal of providing pet lovers with vital information on petcare and related subjects, as well as, furnishing the domestic and international pet industries with important facts, trends and statistics about the Indian pet market. Over the years, the bimonthly has not only become synonymous with petcare issues, but is also now internationally recognised as the sole organiser of South Asia’s only pet trade fair and India’s largest pet event, the India International Pet Trade Fair. Our mission is two-pronged. Firstly, to create awareness about responsible and sensitive pet parenting—not only for dogs but all the creatures that fall under the category of companion animals. Our editorial team works hard to put together exciting content on the very latest in the pet world. News, reviews, trends, thought-provoking discussions, must-have products, toys & accessories, training tips, pet food recipes, heart-warming stories, rescue stories, breed profiles, health, grooming & behavioural tips, pet-oriented book & DVD reviews, valuable tips for pet owners on a number of pertinent subjects—all come together to make up each fun-packed issue. We feature interactive articles, where readers are welcome to contribute content and have a platform to proclaim their affection for their animals under a host of sections. Furthermore, our intent is to support and thereby give impetus to the Indian pet industry by featuring articles that are teeming with reviews, views, information, statistics, opinions and recommendations. All of our industry articles are research-based and carry the opinions of almost all professionals that make up the Indian pet milieu, reflecting the true status of the Indian pet market. Creature Companion, therefore, works as India’s and the world’s window into the Indian pet arena.
Our cover story this month, “How to Provide Adequate Nutrition during Puppyhood” gives our readers crucial understanding on the nutritional demand of dogs during the most important developmental stages of their life – puppyhood. Th is insightful article takes the readers through some essential points before they feed puppies. While there are many options like commercially prepared dry, wet, semi-moist, freeze-dried, frozen and home-cooked meals for dogs, ultimately, it’s the owner’s own vigilance that will decide how that food agrees with the puppy. This October, you can also meet our pet of the month – Mylo. He is a ten year old Weinmaraner, who happens to be a dad to eight puppies. Weinmaraners are large dogs that used to be bred for hunting in the 19th century by royalty to catch big game like bear and deer. Like his predecessors, Mylo is a big and tall dog with a short grey-brown coat, and lives with his family in Chennai. Our NGO section features the story of Bheem and Simba, two English Mastiff s who were found abandoned on East Coast Road near a beach in Chennai. One of the team mates at Indian Centre for Animal Rights and Education (INCARE) found the dogs, took them under their wing, and hospitalized them for foster care. This month, our October edition also carries the “Industry Speak” section, wherein we have interviewed Asha and Arun, who recently ventured into the pet industry by starting their own dog boarding service. As there are many couples and families with dogs, and it is not always possible to take them on vacation, the pet boarding business becomes a respite for city-dwellers looking for a quick getaway while leaving their pet in the security of responsible boarders.