Daily Archives: 20/06/2017

NextDayKoi Launches Campaign to Help Koi Owners Understand Best Care Practices

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(Kernersville, NC) NextDayKoi has become a leading source of koi fish, delivered live to pond owners across the country. Unfortunately, more than a few koi fish meet their demise shortly after delivery due to common mistakes made by hundreds of pond owners. In an effort to help reduce the incident of new koi fish deaths, nextdaykoi.com has launched a comprehensive guide outlining the 17 most common mistakes and how to avoid them to keep koi fish alive and healthy.

“Koi fish are surprisingly resilient and can survive well even in harsh environments,” stated company representative Casey LeFever. “However, in many situations, pond owners think they are helping the fish when they are actually making it extremely difficult for them to survive. Things such as air rocks, not quarantining the fish properly and not netting the pond can lead to the demise of these fish. Learning what to …

123Pet Software Launches New Appointment Tool to Improve Pet Salon Efficiency

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(Wixom, MI) Recently launched appointment software from 123Pet Software makes scheduling and organization for pet grooming salons easier and more efficient than ever before. The all new tool is completely customizable, allowing salon owners to specify their working hours and services list. Other features include color coded appointments, allowing users to figure out ‘at a glance’ what is going on across the shop and makes booking new appointments easier. With this software in place, tracking grooming appointments is simpler and easier than ever before.

“At 123Pet Software, our team is dedicated to providing efficient solutions for pet grooming salons and mobile groomers,” stated CEO Jeff Dickerson. “Right now, we serve thousands of groomers with our innovative software and we are steadily growing. Everything we offer, and all it can do, can be seen at the www.123petsoftware.com website.”

The all new appointment software offered by 123petsoftware.com puts pet …

Your Dog is Worth it Too Launches Product Review Site for All Dog Related Items

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(Toronto, ON) With 88 percent of consumers trusting online reviews as much as a personal referral today, having a single location to source this information is vital. While there are review sites for countless products and services available a quality, thorough resource for dog owners seeking quality dog products was hard to find.

Your Dog is Worth it Too.com recently launched a premier review site for all products related to dogs. From toys and food to harnesses and more, the site highlights the best of the best, while providing real, honest reviews from real pet owners, shoppers, and experts alike.

According to company representative, Stacey Rodrigues, “Our site, yourdogisworthittoo.com, was specifically designed to provide dog owners with real information regarding some of the most popular products on the market today. The good, the bad and the ugly can all be found, as well as guides providing information …

Pet Convenience Posts New Reviews on Cat and Dog Products For Consumer Research

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(Atlanta, GA)–According to the FDA, a retailer in Texas alerted authorities of the contamination of dog food which allegedly contained pentobarbital, a drug used for the euthanasia of dogs, cats, and horses. This alarming recall brought to light the need for careful inspections of foods and products used on or with household pets many people consider family members. Jim Guthrie, spokesperson for Pet Convenience (petconvenience.com), an online pet product review site, couldn’t agree more.

Says Guthrie, “While some recalls highlight poor ingredient choices, so many products are still on the market which can harm our pets. Still others don’t work the way they should and consumers are literally scammed out of their money. With this in mind, our site thoroughly reviews the top products pet owners should consider for their pets.” The neutral site provides comprehensive reviews of a number of products the average dog or cat …

Betsy Farms Reports on Pet Food Recalls

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(Eagle, Idaho) March was a bad month for pet food manufacturers. A number of pet food brands recalled their items for a variety of reasons. EuroCan Manufacturing recalled their pig ear dog treats, due to possible salmonella contamination, Wellness Beef Topper for Dogs and Blue Wilderness Rocky Mountain Recipe took their products off shelves due to possible contamination with beef thyroid hormone and Evanger’s Dog and Cat Food had to recall their products following the death of a dog. Pentobarbital was found in the dog’s food and in two cans of food in the manufacturer’s facility. For this reason, many pet owners want foods made in America for their furry friends, and Betsy Farms ( can be of help.

“All products we sell are made in the United States using ingredients sourced right here in the country. This ensures the ingredients are wholesome and all are free …

PetLock Reports on Fleas and Ticks and the Problems They Bring

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(Eagle, Idaho) Female fleas consume up to 15 times their body weight in blood in a single day. Within 35 to 48 hours of the first meal, the flea then lays eggs, and the problem increases. Over time, the flea lays as many as 2,000 eggs, which means an infestation can occur in a very short period of time. Pet owners need to take action to prevent this problem from developing in their home and yard, and PetLock ( can be of help.

“Flea and tick medications tend to be expensive. A pet owner may put off purchasing these products until a problem has developed, yet doing so can be unwise. As fleas do reproduce so rapidly, what appears to be a minor issue can quickly become a major problem. PetLock offers flea and tick medications and preventative measures at affordable prices, so every pet owner can …

PetAction Reports on Diseases Transmitted by Ticks

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(Eagle, Idaho) With more than 850 tick species currently known to man today, pet owners must take care to ensure their animal is protected from this harmful pest. Many species of ticks transmit diseases, including Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Lyme disease. Often, the symptoms don’t appear for a period of time, thus doctors find it hard to determine exactly what is causing the pet’s illness. PetAction (pet-action.com) offers products designed to protect pets from ticks, fleas and chewing lice.

“Lyme disease typically presents in the form of lameness. The dog can no longer get around as easily as he or she was, and he or she may appear depressed or suffer from a lack of appetite. The kidneys could be damaged, especially in certain breeds, and the dog may develop a nervous system or heart disease. In contrast, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever typically begins with a …