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Petronic.com Announces New Ownership and Improved Pet Care Line

Petronic.com Announces New Ownership and Improved Pet Care Line










Perkins, OK (PRWEB) March 31, 2007

Petronic.com an online retailer of innovative pet care products is happy to announce a change in ownership. To go along with the ownership change, the company has completely redesigned their website, http://www.petronic.com, adding an improved line of pet care products.

“Our goal when we purchased this business was to improve the customer experience by providing a cleaner layout and more product options for customers to help them take better care of their pets,” said Paul Counts, Co-Owner of Petronic.com. “We provide a variety of products which improve the health and lifestyle of your pet, while increasing the efficiency of pet care.”

The company has been in business and making sales since 2003, but Counts and Tyler Clinton, both of Oklahoma, purchased the business on March 8, 2007. The improved product line includes automatic pet feeders, automatic pet water fountains, heating and cooling dog beds, humane pet containment, infra-red cat and dog doors, pet doorbells, self cleaning litter boxes, ionic pet brushes, and more.

The automatic pet feeders sold by http://www.petronic.com help dogs and cats maintain a healthier weight, while also helping diabetic pets so they don’t overeat during their feedings. The other benefit is that the automatic pet feeders and water fountains allow the owner to go away for a weekend without having to pay someone to watch the animals for a couple of days.

“The pet feeders and watering devices we carry are veterinarian approved,” said Clinton. “Our automatic watering devices ensure that your pets always drink fresh, filtered water.”

Visit http://www.petronic.com for more information on the company’s product line. To schedule an interview with the owners call 405-714-4623.

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Question by This is harder than it looks?: after seeing the movie “Alpha Dog” do you find yourself slightly angry at Justin Timberlake?
I know it’s just a movie and all, but I can’t help it, the end of that movie made me mad.

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Answer by James W
me too…

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Q&A: ingrown hairs forming little bumps on petey’s fur?

Question by petey_the_pit_bull: ingrown hairs forming little bumps on petey’s fur?
I’m a new dog owner. i adopted a 1yr old pit bull from the pound in march. she is the the coolest dog, loves people, other dogs and is super sensitive. soon after my pup lost her winter coat in june, i noticed she was getting several ingrown hairs. they form little bumps, then eventually break through the skin and go away. i feed her premium organic food “Wellness” brand. I have not bathed her often since she hates water. i do have a shampoo and oatmeal conditioner from the vet i have use on occassion. she also is not a fan of brushing, and since she has very short hair, it does not seem to be necessary. any advice on how to prevent these ingrown hairs?

Best answer:

Answer by yp_bri_vancouver
I would do for her the same thing I do for my kids – wash her anyway, especially during the changing seasons. Exfoliants help, maybe instead of a shampoo try a scrub, something with Apricot pits in it to prevent the ingrown hairs.

You can try calling or visiting a dog groomer to see if they have suggestions. I wouldn’t want to shave her, but that would also potentially help.

Other than that, is it bothering her or is it bothering you? Ingrown hairs can be very irritating, but you can gently scrape the skin to aid the folical out. If it’s not bothering her much and is only related to the change in season, then maybe let it go. She is still young, this may go away once she is grown and fully adjusted to her new home.

Good luck, it sounds like she is in wonderfully caring hands =)

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Taming Terrible Terriers: Dog Squad’s Puppy Preschool Class Offers Owners Sage Advice on Puppy Training

Taming Terrible Terriers: Dog Squad’s Puppy Preschool Class Offers Owners Sage Advice on Puppy Training











Small Dog Training: The Dog Squad offers Puppy Preschool starting Jan. 19.


Oakland, CA (PRWEB) December 24, 2008

For families welcoming new pets over the holidays, 2009 could mean a host of puppy behaviors that come back to “bite” the owners. California dog trainers Steve Bettcher and Patrick Gibbons, known as The Dog Squad, advise pet owners to start off on the right foot with their dogs through early intervention. The two have announced a Puppy Preschool, starting January 19, that guides pet parents toward well behaved dogs and a better relationship with their pets.

The Dog Squad’s four-week course begins Jan. 19, 2008, at the Redwood Animal Hospital in Castro Valley, Calif., and addresses a number of topics vital to good puppy training: biting, the puppy’s place in the “pack,” appropriate behavior around people and other dogs and crate training. A dog owner who desires effective and gentle advice on puppy training should enjoy the methodologies employed by the team, explains Bettcher.

“We teach pet owners how to train their puppies and dogs using a humane approach to dog obedience training,” says Steve Bettcher, President of The Dog Squad. “This approach teaches the owner how to communicate effectively with their pet, so that their dog understands clearly what they want and expect.”

Puppy Preschool participants learn how to set structure and rules that help puppies understand their place in the pack, proper behavior and manners. Pets are given the chance at each class meeting to socialize with other dogs and people, and offered opportunities to become comfortable in a variety of social settings.

“Our dog training programs produces dogs that listen better and respond to their owners even when distracted in real world situations,” explains Patrick Gibbons, Director of Training.

Through training and socialization the San Francisco, California dog trainers solve typical difficulties with dog behavior – toy aggression, dog dominance aggression, problems with crate training dogs, and puppy chewing to name a few. The team uses a combination of lecture and hands-on experience to teach owners basic dog commands and other valuable skills, ranging from leash training puppy to how to stop a dog from barking.

The Dog Squad doesn’t stop at small dog training; dogs of all ages, breeds, sizes and temperaments benefit from obedience training throughout the year. For example, for the owner of a Saint Bernard or Great Dane, obedience training is not only essential for a good dog-owning experience, but can solve obvious safety issues.

Pet parents can get advice on puppy training and adult dog obedience in a series of free articles on The Dog Squad’s Web site, as well as read true stories about other pet owners and how their lives have improved through training.

For free training articles and information about the upcoming Puppy Preschool, call 510-582-DOGS or visit The Dog Squad at DogSquad.biz.

About The Dog Squad:

California dog trainers Steve Bettcher and Patrick Gibbons have been helping East Bay Area dog owners train their puppies and dogs for more than a decade. As the Dog Squad, the two have worked with all types of dogs and puppy/dog training issues. More than 35 veterinarians from the Oakland, Berkeley, Alameda and Contra Costa County have recommended the Dog Squad as California’s dog trainers of choice.

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Small Dog Spring Social and Fundraiser (Rochester, NY)

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Rochester, NY (PRWEB) March 28, 2007

The Rochester Small Dog Playgroup presents the 3rd Annual Small Dog Social, April 7, 2007 @ 12:30pm. All Small Dogs are Welcome (approx. 25 pounds and under) to join us for contests and fun at White Brook Nature Park. (All dogs must be sociable with people and other dogs and also be current on vaccines.)

There will be a talent contest and a Spring Costume contest. So, if your dog has a special talent or a sharp spring outfit to show off-come join us and enter the contest. Prizes will be awarded for 1st through 3rd place. There will also be door prizes and lots of social time for people and their furry friends. Great photo opportunities so, don’t forget your cameras!

The event fee is $ 3.00 per person for members of the Rochester Playgroup or $ 5.00 per person for non-members. To learn more about this event or on how to become a member of this group, please visit the group website at: http://www.rochesterplaygroup.com or call 585-305-0400.

The Rochester Small Dog Playgroup was founded in March of 2005. There are currently over 200 members in this group. The Rochester Small Dog Playgroup meets monthly in various locations in the Rochester, NY area. The group’s purpose is off-leash play and socialization for small breed dogs in a safe location. This organization is also involved in several fund raising events each year. Last year the group raised over $ 2,500.00 for local animal rescue organizations.

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