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PETCO Adds Canine Heritage Breed Test to its Innovative Assortment
Date:7/10/2008

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Marta Karpinska-Dean, PETCO, 858.444.5575, martak @ petco.com
      
Theresa Brady, MetaMorphix Inc., 301.575.2505, tbrady @ metamorphixinc.com

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