January Newsletter: BOGO Campaign Recap



Our #PawItForward BOGO Campaign was a huge succes!
We wanted every dog to feel special this holiday season so we partnered with Paws 4 You (paws4you.org), a not-for-profit, no-kill, animal shelter located in Miami, FL, on our Buy One Give One “BOGO” Campaign. Thanks to our loyal customers, on Christmas eve our Pooch Perks team visited the Paws4You shelter to deliver over 300 toys and treats to some very deserving shelter dogs.

You helped us to make a lot of dogs happy this year!

Click the pic below to view our video of the Paws 4 You dogs receiving their presents.



Our January #PoochoftheMonth is Molly!

Look how excited she was to open her Pooch Perks Christmas present!Sent to us by @mollymaepinkerton


Tag us on Facebook or Instagram using:
#PoochPerks #PoochoftheMonth
and maybe you’ll see your Pooch featured in our next issue.

New Gadgets To Try In 2016
As loving dog parents we often think of ways to improve our dogs’ lifestyle and make their daily routine more fun. There have been many advances in high-tech dog products linking your smartphone to many of your dog’s daily routines. Here are some of the coolest dog gadgets on the planet that we think are going to be big hits in 2016:
Wigzi Tangle Free Dual Dog Leash.The dual dog leash by Wigzi makes it so you won’t have to deal with a tangled leash ever again when walking two dogs at the same time. The solution comes from the way it is designed, so that neither leash can cross over the other, causing the dreaded tangle. Such a cool thing to have when walking your pups!
GoDogGo Machine Ball Fetcher.

Does your dog love playing fetch so much that you feel like your arm may fall off? The solution is here! This ball fetcher from GoDogGo will keep your dog busy for as long as they want to be.

Pet Chatz Pet Chatz is a new cool device that lets you have a video conference with your pooch, just by using your smartphone connected to the video monitor display. You can check in on them from time to time while you are at work or out of the house. You can even give them treats or spread calming scents so your pup will never feel alone!
(Source: dodoburd.com)


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