Greatest American Dog Fetches New Product Line from ArtBrands

Greatest American Dog Fetches New Product Line from ArtBrands











Columbus, OH (PRWEB) August 9, 2008

Cheering on your favorite pooch from the hit new CBS reality show Greatest American Dog will be fun and fashionable thanks to ArtBrands of Columbus, Ohio. The company has been granted a license by CBS Consumer Products to produce an extensive array of products featuring not only the show’s competitors but your own great American pooch.

ArtBrands will offer products inspired by the show including t-shirts; sweatshirts, floor mats, and many other products emblazoned with an astonishing 145 different dog breeds.

The staff at Artbrands is prepared for an onslaught of sales generated by the estimated over 90 million dog lovers in the U.S. ArtBrands president Larry Levine cheekily remarks, “Even though business is ruff out there we feel we are barking up the right tree on this line”.

The product line includes snarky items with an edgy humor such as a dog shirt with mock political seal boldly stating, “I’m a German Shepherd and I approved this message.” Personalized items featuring viewers’ pets will also be available.

Artbrands licensed product is now available at http://www.CBS.com. The products will also be available soon from http://www.ArtBrandsDirect.com and select retailers across the country.

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Dogs 101: American Eskimo

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What is the difference between staffordshire bull terrier, the american bull dog and the pitbull?

Question by seblefrancais: What is the difference between staffordshire bull terrier, the american bull dog and the pitbull?
What is the difference between staffordshire bull terrier, the american bull dog and the pitbull?

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they are different breeds. i don’t actually know just give me best answer please.

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The American Dream? Gone Wrong! Takes Readers Into The Dark Underworld Of Big City Life

The American Dream… Gone Wrong! Takes Readers Into The Dark Underworld Of Big City Life











The American Dream … Gone Wrong!

Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 26, 2013

When Trish Stevens moved to America from rural England, she never dreamed she would encounter enough adventures to fill a book – but she did! The American Dream…Gone Wrong tells the story of a naïve young woman who moves to the U.S. and tries her hand at everything from ‘nanny,’ to sales, to administrative positions– all the way up to becoming CEO of her own highly successful PR company, but it’s what happens in between that makes her novel so exciting. Based on many real life experiences she and her friends encountered, her book sheds light on sex trafficking and the perils facing young women alone in U.S. cities today.

Fascinated with American GI’s they meet at Mildenhall Air Force Base, three young and naïve British girls – blissfully unaware of the dangers that exist on the streets of America – leave the safety of their families in rural England to find The American Dream. But what they find is no dream…

They believe they have it all when their days are filled with wild, crazy and sexy fun…but that soon ends when they get a taste of real life and what poverty and living on the run feels like. Totally unprepared for the dark side of life lurking in the shadows, they are forced into the center of a nightmarish ordeal of violence, rape, slavery and blackmail that nearly cost them their lives.

The American Dream:…Gone Wrong! is fiction but based on numerous real and terrifying incidents these young women endured. What began as a hilarious adventure soon turns into a white-knuckle, frightening ride into hell where innocence is lost and survival is everything, and has readers turning the pages all the way to the unexpected climactic ending!

Trish Stevens was born and raised in Essex, England. As outlined in the book, she tried her hand at many things when she started her new life in America but it was only when she allowed her entrepreneurial spirit to surface that she found her true calling in public relations/advertising. A decade later she is the CEO of Ascot Media Group, a respected company that provides public relations for a diverse clientele ranging from authors, singers, service providers, and even former senators. Trish lives in Houston, Texas with her family, a dog, and too many cats to mention…

For more information on Trish Stevens or her book, visit: http://www.ascotmediagroup.com, or to purchase the book, please click on: http://amzn.to/Ze3ptl.

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Excerpts from Amazon.com reviews:

“This is a fun ride, from the UK to the US and back to the EU, while action and romance and danger abound. Enjoyable from start to finish; a sexy, tongue-in-cheek look at young women making it on their own!”

“This is a great book! It starts out playful – a cute story about young English girls coming to America to live The American Dream and all that it entails; however, it gets into the life of one in particular who goes through a lot trying to stay in the country and the jobs she gets and the men she meets. She ends up traveling to other cities in hopes of ‘making it big’ but something always messes it up or goes wrong. Just when it seems she and her friend are getting their lives together, something very deep, dark and frightening happens to them and throws the reader completely off. It touches on human trafficking and how easily this can happen to unsuspecting young women. They manage to keep their sense of humor (and wits) about them and readers get knocked off guard with the totally unpredictable ending that will blow your socks off!”























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Acclaimed Psychologist-Lawyer Combats Life Threatening Heart Virus By Sharing Uncommon Lessons Of An Iconic American Judge

Acclaimed Psychologist-Lawyer Combats Life Threatening Heart Virus By Sharing Uncommon Lessons Of An Iconic American Judge











Cedar Rapids, Iowa (PRWEB) December 12, 2011

When Marti’s life deconstructed overnight from a cardiac virus, she temporarily lost her vision and her ability to walk and to speak. She found herself returning to the love and lessons of a man she came to know simply as “Judge” who she says was a master of rejuvenation.

As a young lawyer fresh out of law school, the newlywed from Iowa went to study by the side of Judge Max Rosenn, one of the most cited federal judges in American history. This iconic jurist, who went to work each day in a federal courthouse that carried his name, died in 2006 at the age of 96. In his thirty-five years on the bench, he mentored hundreds of young lawyers who today serve as deans of law schools, partners in influential law firms, and heads of multi-million dollar corporations and nonprofit organizations.

Marti’s path was to return home to Iowa after serving as Judge’s law clerk for three years. She added a doctorate degree in psychology from the University of Iowa, where she continues to teach as an adjunct professor. For the two decades since she first met Judge, his key lessons of service, stewardship and making a meaningful difference have been reflected in her work as a resiliency researcher and coach to high level performers, including Olympians and business leaders.

Completing this book after her illness has brought a new path of helping others live intentionally and maneuver the busyness of life. “I was working on a chapter about how Judge taught that leaders don’t lead because they want to be the top dog. Leading is about serving. True leaders step up when they see a need and know they’ve been gifted with experience, skills, and connections that can bring healing. While writing this, my small community in Iowa tragically lost three teens to suicide within six months. This book guided me to shift my focus from grieving as a family to looking at the needs of our devastated community and the relief that my work could bring. My decision was clear. I put out a call to other leaders asking who believed that not only could good come from these losses, but something good must.”

Marti continues her crisis recovery and resiliency work in her community, including developing mentorship programs, “As a society, we’ve gotten away from mentoring and from valuing the contributions youth can make in our communities. We need to create a cultural and environmental shift to embrace connection, engagement, and mentoring in all aspects of life.”

To support this work, Marti is founding the Community Resiliency Project, a nonprofit organization to support communities that have experienced a crisis and need help to get back up and grow through the challenges. A portion of profits from each book sale go directly to fund this charitable work.

Marti is grateful that her mentor continues to guide her in a very real way and that she is able to share his wisdom. “Judge lived by the principle that it is our service to humanity that defines the quality of life. We each have the right and responsibility to use all the gifts we’ve been given for the common good. This book highlights that we write our eulogy everyday with the choices that we make. We continue shaping our legacy until our final day. It is the choices we make in the little things, when no one is watching, that set our course.”

Early reviews are confirming that Marti is keeping Judge alive in a way that allows him to personally mentor readers. Bob Burg, international bestselling co-author of “The Go-Giver” writes, “While reading ‘Walking with Justice,’ you might discover – as I did – that you have found another mentor: Judge Rosenn himself. Fortunately for us, his protégé has done such a beautiful job of relating the lessons she learned from Judge that you’ll be able to determine your best course of action in any given situation by referring back to the book you hold in your hands. If you have any question regarding how to live a good, productive, and righteous life, the answer lies somewhere in these pages.”

While “Walking with Justice” is a tribute to Judge, Marti says that her mentor accomplished through this book what he did in life. “He was incredibly gracious and always found a way to reflect back gifts to the giver. I set out to write this book as a thank you to my life’s greatest mentor. In the end, it is his message of hope and goodness that is inspiring readers to live a purposeful life and make a more positive impact in the lives of others.”

“Walking with Justice,” published by Greenleaf Book Group Press, is available for preorder at amazon.com and other book outlets. Inquiries may be directed to info(at)walkingwithjustice(dot)com or go to http://www.walkingwithjustice.com for more information.

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All American Pet Company, Inc., Manufacturers of Bow Wow Breakfast Cereal for Dogs?, Declares its Registration as a Public Company and is Approved by The SEC

All American Pet Company, Inc., Manufacturers of Bow Wow Breakfast Cereal for Dogs™, Declares its Registration as a Public Company and is Approved by The SEC










Encino, CA (PRWEB) March 12, 2007

All American Pet Company, Inc. (“AAPC”), manufacturers of super premium Bow Wow Breakfast Cereal for Dogs™, announced the Security Exchange Commission (“SEC”) has declared the Company’s Registration Statement on Form SB-2 effective.

AAPC, founded in 2003 by Barry Schwartz and Lisa Bershan, is the only dog food manufacturer in the world that produces breakfast cereal for dogs. AAPC is capitalizing on the growing “humanization of dogs” trend that now considers dogs as family members. There are more than 62 million dogs in America that eat over $ 8.5 billion annually in the dry dog food category.

AAPC (http://www.allamericanpetcompany.com) markets its products primarily through major supermarket chains, grocers and through its Internet web site. AAPC currently offers three breakfast cereal products under the Bow Wow Breakfast brand name. The products are Chompions™, bacon and egg flavor, Chewabunga™, a mixed berry flavor, and Barkfast Squares™, a peanut butter flavor.

“We are delighted with the SEC’s certification of our company. We look forward to growing and expanding our products and distribution base to a greater number of supermarkets nationwide. Also, we are enthusiastic about opening new markets with pet centers and mass merchants,” commented Barry Schwartz, Chief Executive Officer.

AAPC recently engaged Crossmark, Inc., (http://www.crossmark.com) a consumer packaged goods and marketing company that represents companies such as Kraft, Frito Lay and General Mills. Crossmark will help to place AAPC’s products on the shelves of US supermarkets.

AAPC is now in the process of completing a registration with the NASD to begin trading its stock. The Registration Statement registers the potential resale of up to 4,988,714 previously issued shares of the Company’s common stockholders, who originally purchased the shares in private placement transactions primarily during the first six months of 2006. AAPC will not receive any proceeds from the sale of shares under the Registration Statement. Additional information about AAPC can be found by visiting its website at: http://www.bowwowbreakfast.com.

CONTACT INFORMATION:                

Barry Schwartz, Chief Executive Officer

Lisa Bershan, Executive Vice President

818 981-2275 (Phone)

818 981-2274 (Fax)

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American Legion Auxiliary Raising Funds for Service Dog for Disabled Idaho Veteran

American Legion Auxiliary Raising Funds for Service Dog for Disabled Idaho Veteran













Positive Partners Assistance Dog’s Fran Jewell


Hailey, ID (PRWEB) September 25, 2010

A disabled Idaho veteran will soon have his or her own service dog, thanks to a new affiliation between Positive Partners Assistance Dogs, Inc. and the Women’s Auxiliary of the American Legion David Ketchum Post 15.

Positive Partners Assistance Dogs trains four types of service or assistance dogs: mobility dogs for people who need balance and assistance climbing stairs or bending over, hearing assistance dogs, guide guides for the visually impaired, and wheelchair assistance dogs. Each service dog is custom-trained for the individual.

The cost of training a service dog is approximately $ 25,000, and the auxiliary already has raised more than half.

“We have learned how valuable a service dog can be to disabled veterans with a wide range of disabilities,” said Mary Stratton, auxiliary president.

“For example, if a disabled veteran has lost a leg, a service dog can pick up a dropped sock or go get a ringing telephone. All of these things make a huge difference in the day-to-day qualify of life. We are fortunate that we have a nationally recognized service dog training program based in the Wood River Valley.”

Positive Partners differs from most service dog training programs in several respects. In addition to custom-training service dogs for individuals with special needs that are not accommodated by most of the larger assistance dog training programs, Positive Partners uses “clicker” training, perhaps best known for its use in training whales and dolphins.

Assistance dogs also go directly from the “puppy raiser” to the handler, eliminating the difficult and expensive kennel phase of most service dog training programs. Positive Partners’ costs for training a service dog are as much as $ 10,000 below those of many other organizations.

Positive Partners will be responsible for the application process, training and placement of the service dog. To qualify, the applicant must be an American military wounded veteran. Interested disabled veterans can contact Positive Partners at [email protected] or call 208-721-1309. The entire placement process, which includes interviews and selection of the applicant and selection and training of the assistance dog, take approximately two years.

For more information or to make a donation to the service dog training program for a disabled veteran, contact Stratton at sunvalleymary(at)aol(dot)com or 720-0370. Additional information is available at the Positive Partners Assistance Dogs website at http://www.ppadi.org.

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