Monday, 29 August 2016

Cats Know That Humans Find This Hard To Ignore...


Here's an interesting snippet for you....

Cats when wanting food generally 'meow'  at a frequency of between 220 and 520 hertz. Human babies cry in the same frequency range (usually between 300 and 600 hertz).

Studies have suggested that cats have developed this urgent 'meow' to within this range as they know that we humans find this frequency range hard to ignore when it comes to dealing with the cries of a baby or a cat.

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Monday, 22 August 2016

Dogs Do This When We Cry In Front Of Them....

Here's something that you may have suspected if you own a dog.....

A study published in the online journal Animal Cognition showed that our canine friends were more likely to approach a person that was crying (even a stranger) than someone who was simply talking or humming.

A person crying was shown to evoke a stronger more emotional response from dogs and our canine friends often responded to human weeping with more submissive behaviour than if the person was simply humming or talking.

The study concluded that the dogs could differentiate between the natural and more emotional behaviours and their response to crying was driven by more than natural curiosity.

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Tuesday, 16 August 2016

A Great Way To Create Extra Income For Your Pet Business...

I am often asked about ways to add value to a pet business.

If you are a dog walker, pet-sitter, groomer, veterinary assistant, have your own pet blog or sell pet-associated products then this is a great idea...

Pet Emergency Cards

A pet emergency card looks something like this...



With a reverse like this...



They are an ideal add-on sale for pet businesses because:
  • They are compact (size of a credit card)
  • They are inexpensive for a customer to buy
  • The profit margin is high.
  • Pet businesses are already exposed to an interested market of potential buyers.
  • There are many potential outlets for selling them - pet business premises/customers, websites/blogs, shops, cafes, veterinary practices, social media accounts/groups/pages etc.
Aside from selling them on this blog, I have sold pet emergency cards in all of the places that I have listed above and am happy to show you how you can do the same.

I have allowed for both my UK and US/CANADA readers to take up this opportunity by putting together my own package for the UK and also supplying a link for my American/Canadian readers at the bottom of this post.

For my UK readers I can supply the cards wholesale (min qty 100) at a wholesale price of just 35p per card and that comes with  P&P of just £2.50 for any order regardless of quantity. To jump-start your venture I will also include for FREE!

  • The pet emergency card jpegs above so that you can promote sales on your website/blog or put together a promotional leaflet/poster.
  • A copy (not editable but will give you an outline promotional idea)  of the exact laminated flyer that I use for cafes, pet business premises etc. that want to promote sales of the cards that I supply to them.
  • You can also feel free to use the script that I use here to sell the cards on this blog.
To purchase direct and get started on earning an additional income please use the buy buttons below.

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Wholesale Quantities


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Thursday, 11 August 2016

Do Cats Have Better Hearing Than Dogs?

Yes, a cat's hearing is better than a dog's.

Cats also hear better than us humans and can pick up high frequency sounds up to two octaves higher than we can hear.

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Saturday, 6 August 2016

Before You Take Your Dog To The Groomers...Try This Simple Tip

Exercising a dog prior to a visit to the groomers, or if you groom your dog at home, can help the dog stay still and calm. This is an especially helpful tip for people that own younger dogs or more energetic breeds.

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Tuesday, 2 August 2016

The Year Of The Cat Is Not Chinese....

Contrary to popular opinion, cats do not feature in the Chinese zodiac.

The year of the cat is actually a feature of the Vietnamese zodiac. The last year of the cat was 2011 and the next will be in 2023.

For anyone wondering if they were born in 'The Year Of The Cat' or wanting to know more about it's symbolic meaning can get more information here

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