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Make your Furry Friend’s Holiday Season Pawsome With                                               Flagology’s Personalized Photo Flags

There’s going to be a lot of happy, tail wagging dogs out there this holiday season! Dog lovers are raving about Flagology, a company that  specializes in personalized photo flags. Pet owners are ordering flags after flags with a picture of their beloved pet as a way to celebrate them. Whether or not you own a pet, each flag can be used as a way to cherish a memory, remember a special moment or honor a personal hero.

Customers can choose from a wide range of designs or customize their own online. Flagology’s user-friendly website offers an easy-to-use flag maker system where you can be the creative director. Design and decorate your flag by choosing text, clipart, and hundreds of other designs to create a personalized flag for your home.

Features of Flagology’s personalized flags: 

  • Versatile decor- Flags can be used for  graduations, birthdays, weddings, holidays and more.
  • Custom decorative flags- Upload a photo of your furry friend, add a personalized message and accents such as a frame or border.
  • Printed on both sides- Flags are printed on each side.
  • Great gift idea- Whether it is a pet or a human, Flagology is the perfect way to honor someone special. You can also capture landscapes, events, and milestones.
  • FREE personalization- Flagology also offers free customized flags.
  • Memorial flags- Their large collection offers memorial flags to honor a beloved pet’s passing.
  • Available in 2 sizes- Garden and house sizes.

Made to order in North  Carolina, Flagology carries the highest-quality personalized flags on the market. Positive reviews are received daily from delighted customers who love flying their flag. Their flags have gained a loyal following and continue to grow in popularity.

About Flagology: 

The owner, Susan Boaz, was inspired to start a personalization company as soon as she got her rescue dog, Bella. She could not find a flag that looked anything like her unique puppy, so she created a fabulous custom flag for Bella. She was inspired by Bella to create Flagology, a place to make custom flags and doormats that feature anything people love or care about. Pets, families, passions and causes can now be displayed proudly outdoors. Flagology is a family and pet-friendly business. Susan is also a strong advocate for non-profits that help children with OCD and related autoimmune disorders. She is dedicated to providing increased mental health research, awareness and support for kids and their parents. Susan is excited about the growth of their small business, and often says, “we have so many more ideas about products we can create for our customers.  They inspire us and sometimes bring us to tears.  We are so proud to hear their stories and create custom products so they can fly their heart on a flag.”  

Make the Holidays Pawsome with Tuggo

As you shop for your loved ones this holiday season, don’t forget about the furry friend in your life! Tuggo is the ideal holiday pet toy to instantly brighten up your dog’s day. Featured on the Today Show with Kathie Lee and Hoda as one of the hottest pet products on the market, Tuggo is a one-of-a-kind, durable weighted ball toy that dogs go tail-wagging crazy over.

A recipient of the much-coveted Global Pet Expo Becker’s Best New Pet Products, Family Choice Award and a Pet Business Industry Recognition Award, Tuggo is a no-fail gift for your canine.

How does it work?

Great for fall afternoons and play dates after school, Tuggo is a durable weighted ball toy that your pup will love. With a sturdy rope running right through the middle of a hard, hallow plastic ball and with knots at both ends, Tuggo is perfect for your canine to tug and play with on their own or with other furry friends.

Check out some of Tuggo’s features:

 ·         Indestructible water-weighted dog toy – Match your dog’s level of activity with a recessed screw cap, which allows you to fill the ball with water and sand, changing the weight of the toy for your type of dog. 

·         Boredom Buster – Provides hours of entertainment, exercise, mental stimulation, and most importantly happiness.

·         Available in different sizes – Choose between the 10″ Tuggo that holds up to 18 pounds of water and is perfect for any dog over 40 pounds, or the 7″ Tuggo Mini, which holds up to 6 pounds and is suitable for dogs up to 40 pounds. 

·         Choose from a variety of colors – Bright and colorful, Tuggo is available in green, yellow, red and blue. 

Tuggo can be found at Pet Smart, Theisens, 1800 Pet-meds, Duluth Trading and Brick and Mortar pet stores. 



Why Adopt a Dog?

  • You're Saving a Life – According to the ASPCA, approximately 3.9 million dogs enter shelters every year—and each year, 1.2 million dogs are euthanized. Bottom line: Adopting a pet saves their life. You're giving an animal a home that they wouldn't have otherwise.
  • It Reduces Stress - Some studies show that people begin to feel less anxious after spending less than an hour with an animal. Research has also found that owning a dog can lower blood pressurereduce stress hormones, and boost levels of feel-good chemicals in the brain. In some cases, therapists suggest to patients suffering from depression that they adopt a pet. An animal will love you unconditionally and also be a great friend and listener.
  • You're Never Too Old to Adopt - A key to a healthy mind, especially for those who are elderly, is staying engaged with others. A pet is often a conversation starter and being out with a pet can spark friendly social conversations with passersby. Bringing your dog to a dog park is a great way to stay active and meet other people with similar interests.

Factors to Consider:

  • What is the right breed for me? Different breeds have different characteristics, behavior types and energy levels. It will help to understand the energy of your household, the size of dog that you can handle, how much exercise you are able to provide and more. If your family tends to be very low key, a low energy dog might be a better fit. Similarly, if you live in a small space, a small or medium size dog might be better for your family. In addition, if there are elderly members in a household, a less active dog might mesh best with the entire clan. It is important to consider all of these variables before choosing your new pup.
  • Who will care for the new pet? Adopting a pet comes with a new set of responsibilities, which will be shared by members of your household. A good rule of thumb: the new pet should fit the current physical capabilities of the caretakers with a perspective for what the next 10-15 years will bring, so it's important to keep the ages of your family in mind. If you have children in your household, enrolling your new pup and family members into an obedience class with an experienced trainer can help them learn how to safely interact with the new pup.
  • Does the whole family agree? Although it is exciting to surprise the family with a new pet, be sure to do some research and poll each member to find out what they are looking for in a potential pup so that the pet you choose aligns with the household. Once you all have decided on a breed that suits the family's requirements, the best approach is to bring the whole gang to meet the potential new pet and gauge how they all interact.
  • Are you financially ready for this responsibility? While the cost of a new pet can go from "free-to-a-good-home" to several thousand dollars, keeping a long-term budget in mind can help prevent you from feeling overwhelmed in the long run and little savings can go a long way. It's helpful to be financially prepared for immediate costs like veterinary check-ups and food for your pup. When it comes to long-term expenses, pet insurance can save you money in the event of a veterinary emergency.

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Camp Bow Wow Helps Shelter Dogs Get Their PAW-TY ON!

On Monday, August 1st, Camp Bow Wow, the nation's leading dog day and overnight care company will proudly host a series of "Birthday Paw-ties" at select locations across the country to celebrate the universal birthday for shelter dogs. From onsite shelter dog adoptions to fun birthday "paw-ty" festivities, each event will aim to raise awareness on the importance of pet adoption and help local rescue animals find their fur-ever homes.*

In a time when more than 8 million animals enter shelters each year, Camp Bow Wow continues to do its part to promote responsible pet ownership within the community. Events (full list below) are open to all members of the general public. Camp Bow Wow Pet Experts are available to discuss the benefits of pet adoption and a variety of topics related to responsible pet ownership.

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Woof Mints

Woof Mints are breath mints for dogs. They come in 100 gel caps bottles, 8 ounces. You mix the gel caps with meals twice a daily. Or you can hand feed by placing the gel Inside your dog’s favorite treat (e.g. cheese, peanut butter, etc.) They are all natural, vegan, and gluten-free. Made in the USA they are vet recommended. You administer one gel cap if your dog is less than 25 pounds, and two gel caps if more than 25 pounds. The organic peppermint and parsley oils dissolve in the dog’s mouth and stomach providing fresh breath from within. Results can be expected after approximately 7 days of continuous use. The ingredients are listed: vegan gel, purified water, starch, glycerin, carrageenan, and, organic sunflower oil, organic peppermint oil, parsley oil. “Not only does your dog love the gel, but his breath is minty fresh four hours after he gets it.” Happy Pet Parent “Completely safe for dogs.” New York Animal Medical Center

Nestlé Purina and Kroger Award More Than $150,000 to Animal Welfare Organizations in the "Tales for the Pet Lover's Heart" Campaign logoAnimals Benefit Club of Arizona receives top donation of $55,883;
Campaign Celebrates the Unique Bond between People and Their Pets

ST. LOUIS, Mo.  – Nestlé Purina PetCare Company and Cincinnati-based The Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR) awarded $155,894 to 17 animal welfare organizations across the country in the fourth annual “Tales for the Pet Lover’s Heart” campaign. The campaign, which celebrates the unique bond between people and their pets, invited pet lovers to share their favorite pet tales online and participate in a sweepstakes for the chance to win a year’s worth of groceries from their local Kroger store, a year’s supply of Purina pet food and to have a $50,000 donation made in their honor to a participating animal welfare organization.

Nestlé Purina and Fry’s Food Stores, a division of The Kroger Co., presented a donation check today in the amount of $55,883 to the Animals Benefit Club of Arizona, an organization located near the hometown of the Grand Prize sweepstakes winner.

“Nestlé Purina and Kroger are proud to celebrate the Animals Benefit Club of Arizona and all of the participating animal welfare organizations across the country for their ongoing efforts to make a difference in the lives of homeless pets, while celebrating the joy that pets bring to our lives,” said Brendan McKelvey, shopper marketing manager, Nestlé Purina PetCare.

Each animal welfare organization will receive a $5,883 donation - $5,000 for participating in the “Tales for the Pet Lover’s Heart” campaign and an additional $1 donation for every pet tale shared online at, which was divided equally among the 17 organizations.

“It’s an honor to recognize the great work that the Animals Benefit Club of Arizona performs to help homeless pets in our community,” said JoEllen Lynn, Public Affairs Director, Fry’s Stores. “We’re delighted to partner with Purina to celebrate the dedication of all of the 17 animal welfare organizations around the country.”

Experience Pet Tales of Joy
Joyful pet tales come to life on the “
Tales for the Pet Lover’s Heart” website. The site served as a destination for pet lovers to celebrate their animal friends by submitting stories, photos and videos. The site also includes tips for helping homeless pets find their forever home, special promotions and family-fun activities for caring and communicating with your four-legged friend.

For more information on the “Tales for the Pet Lover’s Heart” program, visit and the program Facebook page. To find a Kroger store near you, visit

Participating Animal Welfare Organizations:
A list of participating animal welfare organizations includes:

  • Animals Benefit Club of Arizona (Phoenix, Ariz.)
  • Atlanta Humane Society (Atlanta, Ga.)
  • Companion Pet Rescue and Transport (Jackson, Tenn.)
  • Circle of Love Animal Rescue (Huber Heights, Ohio)
  • Home Fur-Ever (Detroit, Mich.)
  • Humane Society of Delaware County (Delaware, Ohio)
  • Humane Society of Indianapolis (Indianapolis, Ind.)
  • Humane Society of Jackson County (Seymour, Ind.)
  • Humane Society of North Texas (Fort Worth, Texas)
  • Las Vegas Valley Humane Society (Las Vegas, Nev.)
  • Oak Ridge Animal Shelter (Oak Ridge, Tenn.)
  • Recycled Doggies/Cincinnati Pet Food Pantry (Cincinnati, Ohio)
  • San Diego Humane Society and SPCA (San Diego, Calif.)
  • Seattle Humane Society (Bellevue, Wash.)
  • SPCA Los Angeles (Los Angeles, Calif.)
  • SPCA of Wake County (Raleigh, N.C.)
  • T. Russell Reitz Animal Shelter (Manhattan, Kan.)

About Nestlé Purina PetCare
The North American headquarters for Nestlé Purina PetCare is located at Checkerboard Square in St. Louis, Missouri, where it was founded as Ralston Purina Company more than a century ago. Nestlé Purina PetCare promotes responsible pet care, humane education, community involvement and the positive bond between people and their pets. One of the leading global players in the pet food industry, Nestlé Purina PetCare is part of the Swiss-based Nestle S.A., the world's largest food company.

About Kroger
Kroger, the nation's largest traditional grocery retailer, employs more than 338,000 associates who serve customers in 2,449 supermarkets and multi-department stores in 31 states under two dozen local banner names including Kroger, City Market, Dillons, Jay C, Food 4 Less, Fred Meyer, Fry's, King Soopers, QFC, Ralphs and Smith's. The company also operates 785 convenience stores, 359 fine jewelry stores, 1,035 supermarket fuel centers and 40 food processing plants in the U.S. Kroger, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, focuses its charitable efforts on supporting hunger relief, health and wellness initiatives, and local organizations in the communities it serves. For more information about Kroger, please visit .

Lost Our Home has taken in 11 dogs and 12 cats in just past few weeks. We are keeping busy saving lives and need fosters to help us. If you live in the Phx Metro area and can foster a cat or dog, please visit our website and sign up at


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