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By Jessica Hale

Greeting cards are going to the dogs. With Litterature's line of pet greeting cards, your next customer could be a Rottweiler sending a birthday card to the Siamese down the street. Choose from 101 different cards designed for pets to give people, people to give pets and pets to give each other. The quaint cards feature images from turn-of-the-century postcards on the outside and clever greetings on the inside.

Litterature offers cards for a variety of occasions, and even cards for animal professionals. For pet owners who don't know their pets' birthdays, Litterature invented "Gotchaday," to celebrate the pet's first day at home. They're all printed on recycled paper, and 10 percent of the purchase price is donated to animal shelters and humane societies.

Display stands are available with purchase of a rack plan; cards are sold individually.

Wholesale price: $1 each. Suggested retail price: $2 each. Minimum order: none.

From Litterature, Grafton, New Hampshire. To order, call (800) 639-1099.

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