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August 2017

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Customer Highlight: Tito’s Handmade Vodka

Tito’s Handmade Vodka is a distillery in Austin, Texas who’s vodka can be found in all 50 states and over 100 different countries. Tito & co love their four legged friends. They have a commitment to rescuing and protecting animals alongside the growth of their company. Their Vodka for Dog People program unite their friends, fans, and partners to better the lives of pets and their families far and wide.

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The dog days of summer aren’t over yet!

It’s almost September but the summer heat hasn’t left us yet! Our doggo’s had a great time swimming in the pool, going to the lake and just being outside this summer.

Here are some meme’s that really represent all the fun they had!  Continue Reading

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5 Must Have Back To School Pet Products

Leaving your furry friends at home can be ruff. That’s why we’ve put together a list of 5 must have back to school pet products.

  1. PetChatz HD Greet & Treat Videophone

PetChatz HD is your digital daycare for your home alone dog. Talk to your pet and even reward them with a treat all from your cell phone! PetChatz is offering $38 off this month only with the code: PetChatzPB – Shop Now

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In The Spotlight: PrideBites CEO Steven Blustein

Since the foundation of PrideBites 5 years ago, the company has been expanding like crazy! I decided to ask our CEO Steven Blustein a few questions about the growth of PrideBites! Whether you’re interested in starting a small business or just love your PrideBites Products this interview is sure to give you some insight to our company.  

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Check out our favorite dog cartoons!

Over the years we have learned that dogs are silly animals. With the uprise of meme’s on social media we can put our own funny captions to a candid photo of our K-9 friends. But old fashion cartoons are still a classic way to make everyone giggle.

 

Here are some of our favorite cartoons! 

Everyone has had the unfortunate surprise of their dog eating the food left out on their counter. Whether it was a batch of cookies or a steak ready to go to the grill, it’s a rude awakening and time to call take out. Continue Reading