Products That Your Pets Will Love

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Pet lovers know how important it is to shower their pets with love. Thankfully, humane societies and animal shelters understand this too. The workers put their hearts and souls into making sure that each animal feels loved and important. It’s just as important that this carries over into the animal’s new home.

Animal caregivers can find plenty of ways to take care of these precious babies. Something specific that can be done is giving each adoptive “parent” something to take home with them – and if it’s branded, the organization will remain top of mind!

If you run a humane society or animal shelter, think about some of the things that you can give out to those adopting the animals. Dog bowls, leashes, pet combs, pet water bottles, and chew toys are all great giveaways for the lucky new owners. Another helpful item would be an emergency rescue window decal, where the owners can list how many animals they have in case of an emergency. Of course, there’s also pet apparel – hoodies, shirts, and bandanas are all cute ways to dress up the furry loved ones.

Organizations that work with animals can also get some products for their own use. A paw-shaped plastic bank can be put on a receptionist’s desk so that people can give loose change as a donation. There are also pet kits that have first aid items for your animals. These are especially great for when you’re out at a dog park or for minor injuries when horseback riding. Maybe you work on the training side of things, instead of adoption. You may want to get a branded click trainer, which you can give to clients after your sessions are complete.

There are so many ways that you can love on animals. Get creative or check out our website to find more pet items.

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AJ Jewell

Amber "AJ" Jewell started at in 2016 as a part-time admin assistant, quickly moving to be the 'Duchess of Flow" - making sure that the office is flowing smoothing. AJ is also an award-nominated author, homeschooling parent of three, an avid reader, and a college student.
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