Homeopathy for Animals

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Important Information About Your Download

When you purchase your eBook you will receive a download link by email. You should open this link using a 'computer' internet connection to your email. Downloading the link from a 'Cell phone' is not recommended. They do have cell phone apps that can help download large files from the internet but they are not really reliable. Another problem you can encounter when downloading from a email, that you open on a mobile device, is that you're typically going to see the PDF in your browser with no save options or any of the special interactive features built into the PDF. While the file will show up and be readable, this is only temporary and will disappear when you navigate elsewhere, forcing you to download the book again. Not only will you run out of downloads doing this, but you'll be upping your data usage on your device and encountering delays each time you want to read it. Neither of those are good things.

For the reasons above we recommend downloading your eBook, using your computer's internet connection to your email, When the download is complete, then you can transfer the eBook to your iPad or tablet device from your computer.



iPAD Requirements

Your eBook will automatically work on a desktop or laptop computer, and it will also work on an iPad. However, you will need the 3rd party iPad app for viewing .pdf files. You can find the app here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pdf-reader-pro-edition-for/id364502063?mt=8

Kindle Users

Download the file to your 'computer'.
Connect your Kindle to your computer via the USB port.
Use your computer's file system to find the Kindle; it'll show up like any other computer drive.
Drag the file you downloaded into the Documents folder on the Kindle.
Eject the Kindle from your computer as you would any other removable disk drive.
NOTE: Kindle users do not get all the interactive features in the native PDF viewers due to Amazon's incomplete PDF support. If you transfer your book file to the Kindle via Amazon's "convert" service (via your Kindle's email address), formatting and tables will also be destroyed. Amazon's PDF support has been lagging that of other devices.

If you own a Kindle Fire, there's a simple solution: get a third party PDF reader application from the Amazon app store, such as the free qPDF. qPDF does support all the internal links in PDF files correctly (Recommended: there's also a 'for sale' version that adds features such as annotation).