Wednesday, December 7, 2011
We are now on Facebook, please look us up at toys4dogsncats.com. We will be posting a blog more often. Pets are so important in people's lives. Dogs help us to get the exercise we need. During these walks we meet others and make new friends. Cats relax us as we pet them. Taking care of a pet will give a senior citizen someone to think about and talk to. Pets are wonderful and we at toys4dogsncats.com highly recommend one to everyone wishing to give a dog or cat or both a forever home.
Saturday, September 3, 2011
Monday, August 8, 2011
August 20, 2011 is International Homeless Animal Day. Go to your local shelter and take home a homeless pet. We sell the bows at http://www.toys4dogsncats.com/. If you are interested in more information call 1-800-543-4727 or visit www.isaronline.org/ihad.html
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Monday, June 27, 2011
Last Friday was take your pet to work day. Did you take your pet to work or is it against company policy to have pets in your work place. Only one in five companies allow pets in the workplace. This annual event started in 1999 to help promote pet adoption. One idea was to take a pet from your local animal shelter and give this pet a great day with people around it in hope that it will be adopted. Only 3% of all pet owners take their pets to work on this day. Mark this date on your calendar for next year and take a pet to work with you.
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Above is a picture of Tosino from San Diego, CA. Sporting one of our best selling harnesses. Tosino is a 5 month old White Labrador mixed with Cocker Spaniel "Spanador" and we are told that he is a very happy dog now. Thanks for the pic. If you have a pic that you think is worthy of sharing with the world. Send it to us at email@example.com you too can own this Harness by going to http://www.toys4dogsncats.com/ or www.stores.ebay.com/toyz4petz Comes in black and red.
This months pet hints is Hiring a professional to care for your dog.
We are sure that one time or another that you have thought about hiring someone to walk, board, care or sit for your pet. Here are some questions to ask that professional before you leave your pet with them.
Has the sitter service done criminal background checks on employees? If so, ask for documentation for anyone that may be entering your home.
Get references or ask your veterinarian or groomer for a recommendation.
Ask the sitter service if it's affiliated with professional pet-sitting organizations.
Always introduce the sitter to your pet before you leave to ensure that they respond positively to one another.
Leave instructions so your pet's routines change as little as possible while your gone.
Remember, we are not professionals and you should always consult your vet for what is best for your pet.