Homemade Dog Biscuit Maker Pupolicious Announced New Online Chat Feature on Their Website

Homemade Dog Biscuit Maker Pupolicious Announced New Online Chat Feature on Their Website














Quincy, IL (PRWEB) June 25, 2013

Pupolicious makes gluten free and wheat free dog treats for pets that have food allergies and they recommend adding peanut butter to the treats for added flavor. Peanut butter is not only a healthy additive to dog treats but it’s also widely known that dogs love peanut butter. These healthy dog treats come in a dry mix, packaged in an airtight bag. After adding water and oil, the treats are ready to be baked.

“Our treats are a fun way to provide a treat and still maintain a healthy diet for your dog,” said Teresa Koch, CEO of Pupolious. Koch went on to say, “Baking the treats is a great way for the family to come together and have a fun time that includes the family dog. Children love it and enjoy giving the treats to their puppy. It’s a great time to watch your dog eat them, knowing that these snacks are good for them.”

There are two sizes of cookie cutters available with the treats: one is for small dogs and one for medium-sized and large dogs. Each bag of treat mix will make 25-50 treats. The homemade dog treats are baked in a conventional oven and are ready in just a few minutes.

Now the website pupolicious.com has an online chat feature to help answer any questions about the treats, shipping, or any other issues that a customer might have. It’s a great way to get quick answers before ordering. The online chat feature is also a good resource once an order is placed if there are questions before baking the treats.

“We are very excited about the new online chat feature and are happy to provide this service to our customers,” said Koch.

Healthy dog treats by Pupolicious can be ordered online at pupolicious.com and shipped anywhere in the United States.

About Pupolicious:

Pupolicious produces healthy dog treats that are made at home by pet owners. New products include gluten free dog treats and wheat free dog treats. These homemade dog treats can be ordered online at Pupolicious.com. Each package includes a bag of mix, a cookie cutter and easy-to-follow directions. Customers mix and bake the snacks at home, and can decorate the bone-shaped treats with colored icing.

For further information, please visit Pupolicious online or call 217-214-7137.























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P.T. Barnums “Art Of Money Getting” Announced As A Free Bonus With Shoestring Publishing Business Courses

P.T. Barnums “Art Of Money Getting” Announced As A Free Bonus With Shoestring Publishing Business Courses












(PRWEB) April 06, 2012

Shoestring Publishing has launched another complete course on success that is based on a famous essay by P.T. Barnum called “The Art Of Money Getting.” The new bonus course by the same name is now a free bonus with most Shoestring Publishing business startup courses. This is just one of over ten bonus courses that are included free with every main niche startup course from Shoestring Publishing.

According to Justin Douglas, expert marketer with Shoestring Publishing, P.T. Barnum had a wealth of teaching in regards to being successful, in some ways similar to Napolean Hill’s Think And Grow Rich book. A few examples from the course include:

Good health: “The foundation of success in life is good health: that is the substratum fortune; it is also the basis of happiness. A person cannot accumulate a fortune very well when he is sick. He has no ambition; no incentive; no force. Of course, there are those who have bad health and cannot help it: you cannot expect that such persons can accumulate wealth, but there are a great many in poor health who need not be so. If, then, sound health is the foundation of success and happiness in life, how important it is that we should study the laws of health.”

Destiny: “Unless a man enters upon the vocation intended for him by nature, and best suited to his peculiar genius, he cannot succeed.”

Location that is right for your business and life: “After securing the right vocation, you must be careful to select the proper location.”

Avoid debt: “Young men starting in life should avoid running into debt. There is scarcely anything that drags a person down like debt.”

Perseverance: “When a man is in the right path, he must persevere. I speak of this because there are some persons who are “born tired;” naturally lazy and possessing no self-reliance and no perseverance. But they can cultivate these qualities.”

According to Mr. Douglas, Shoestring publishes many business startup courses focused on niches, with complete instructions and training to get the “average Joe” into their own business within days or weeks in most cases. The courses include:


China Importing Secrets
Hot Dog Cash (hot dog cart secrets)
How To Start A Startup
Money To Start A Business
How To Start A Computer Repair Shop
How To Start A Painting Business
How To Start A Curb Painting Business
How To Start A Dog Day Care
How To Start A Petting Zoo
How To Open A Consignment Shop
How To Start An Ice Cream Stand

For more information, visit the Shoestring Publishing website.

About Shoestring Publishing

Shoestring Publishing brings the very best in business startup courses to the public. The recession has increased the number of people wanting to start their own businesses and Shoestring Publishing provides the books and courses to help people setup their own startup businesses. For those wanting to know how to start a startup, Shoestring Publishing is creating new courses all the time.






















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2nd Annual Dog Products of the Year Announced

2nd Annual Dog Products of the Year Announced










Fennville, MI (PRWEB) January 10, 2006 –

The 2nd Annual Dog Products of the Year Awards were officially announced today and several unique new products made the list. With growing consumer interest in high quality pet products, it comes as no surprise that this year’s winners represented the best in dog training, safety and overrall comfort for the family.

The Dog Products of the Year Awards are presented by PupLife.com, a leading retailer in the online dog supply business. In selecting the 2nd Annual Dog Products of the Year, the company examined a number of factors, including customer feedback, product testing results, and, of course, overall sales. PupLife.com President, Eric Houtkooper remarked, “We are extremely selective about the products that we carry. We rigorously test all of our products, gather customer feedback and gauge sales throughout the year. Only then do we choose the best in each category for our list of Products of the Year.” The 2nd Annual Dog Products of the Year categories included Dog Training Aid; Dog Food; Dog Treats; Dog Safety; Dog Collars, Leashes or Harnesses; Dog Carriers; Dog Health & First Aid; and Dog Book or DVD.

This year’s winners represent a major shift from the previous year’s selections. The only returning champion from last year was the SENSE-ible Harness, a winner in the category of Dog Training Aid. PupLife.com CEO (and professional dog trainer), Leslie Hayes, commented that “The SENSE-ible Harness is still the best training aid we have in our toolbox. This front-leash attachment harness (from the makers of the original SENSE-ation Harness) effectively and humanely discourages your dog from pulling.” Linda Lady, the inventor of the SENSE-ible, graciously commented on the award. “We would like to thank PupLife.com for choosing our harness again as one of their products of the year. It is an honor and we appreciate their customer’s feedback which contributed to their selections. We believe PupLife.com is dedicated to carrying the finest products and they are sincere in saying; “at PupLife.com, your dog is family.”

The winner of Best Dog Food Product of the Year should come as no surprise to industry insiders. Honest Kitchen is one of the fastest growing dog food brands in the country, and their dehydrated raw diet is a runaway hit with consumers. “Many people are turning to raw food diets, also known as BARF diets (biologically appropriate raw food) when it comes to feeding their dogs,” Eric Houtkooper commented. “At long last, we have found a nutritionally complete and balanced raw food diet that is also easy to prepare (just add warm water) and store,” he added.

Dog owners are always looking for great dog treats, and according to PupLife.com, the best dog treats on the market right now are Charlee Bears. “Charlee Bears are low in calories, and dogs absolutely love them,” said PupLife.com’s Eric Houtkooper. “They are shaped like oyster crackers and they won’t leave crumbs or grease in your pocket. If you are having trouble getting your dogs to come inside, the best way to entice them is to reward them with a Charlee Bear. We keep a jar right inside our back door,” Eric remarked. Charlee Bears come in Cheese & Egg or Liver flavor and are available for purchase in resealable one pound bags.

In the category of dog safety, this year’s champion is the award winning Pet Blinkers Dog Safety Lights. Mr. Houtkooper comments that, “These cool safety lights clip onto a collar, harness or leash and are visible up to a half mile. They blink in various colors and replacement batteries are very affordable. Pet Blinkers are a low cost and very effective safety measure that anyone can implement on behalf of their pet.”

The Dog Product of the Year in the Dog Collars, Leashes or Harnesses category is the Reflective Dog Collar from Spot My Dog. “We absolutely LOVE these reflective collars,” Leslie Hayes commented. She added “They look great, they fit comfortably and they increase our ability to see our dogs, especially at night. If you do not have a reflective collar in your dog’s collection, this is definitely the one to buy.” Lauren Patterson from Spot My Dog remarked that “Puplife sets very high standards so for the Spot My Dog Reflective Collar to be chosen as the “Best of the Best” is quite an honor. Choosing a reflective collar also speaks to PupLife’s belief that dogs are family and to their commitment to keeping them safe.”

The best Dog Carriers of the Year come from Creature Couture, a San Diego based company specializing in upscale pet carriers. Leslie Hayes said that the bags are, “beautifully handcrafted using only the finest materials. Creature Couture carriers are subjected to the highest level of quality control. Our customers (and their dogs) love them!”

In the category of Dog Health & First Aid, this year’s winner is the Bow Ow Dog First Aid Kit. Eric Houtkooper pointed out the benefits of the Bow Ow Dog First Aid Kit, stating that, “Having a dog first aid kit readily accessible is an essential element of any family’s emergency plan. The Bow Ow First Aid Kit includes essentials for cuts, bites, ears, feet, scratches and much more. Best of all, the Bow Ow Dog First Aid Kit comes with a lifetime membership to Roam to Home, a 24 hour national lost and found service for pets.” When reached for comment, a spokesperson from the manufacturer commented, “we are honored to be chosen for “Product of the Year” by PupLife.com. We take great pride in knowing that your pups are being care for in a family emergency should one occur.”

The final winner of the Dog Product of the Year Award is the Ultimate Puppy Toolkit, a champion in the category of Dog Book or DVD. Eric Houtkooper stated that, “the Ultimate Puppy Toolkit provides virtually everything the new puppy owner needs to get started – right out of the box. The Ultimate Puppy Toolkit (also known as the Urban Puppy Toolkit), contains six clearly written booklets with photo illustrations. The easy to use booklets cover socialization, prevention, games, junior obedience, house training and more. The Ultimate Puppy Toolkit is designed to help you prevent behavioral problems before they start, and enjoy a long lifetime of love together with your dog.”

A list of the winners, along with pictures and descriptions can be found online at: http://puplife.com/dogcaretips/dog-products-of-year-2005.html. All winning products are available for purchase at PupLife.com.

PupLife.com is the place where conscientious dog owners can find the best products on the market. Our mission is to provide the finest products for your dog along with reliable information and superior customer service. As a business, we strive to promote ethical treatment of animals, and we encourage compassion and responsibility toward our pets. Most of all, we celebrate the incredible bond between humans and animals.

For more information, contact Eric Houtkooper at 1-269-561-2570 or visit http://www.puplife.com.

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Dog Products Of The Year Award Winners Announced By PupLife.com

Dog Products Of The Year Award Winners Announced By PupLife.com










Fennville, MI (PRWEB) January 16, 2007

Winners of the 4th Annual Dog Products of the Year Awards were officially announced today. Many new and outstanding products made the list along with several repeat performances from past winners. Each year, PupLife.com honors the best dog products on the market. The 2006 Dog Products of the Year Awards serve as a buying guide for dog parents looking for the highest quality goods for their pets.

For the third year in a row, PupLife.com, a leading online retailer of intelligent dog supplies, selected its 2006 Dog Products of the Year winners based on a number of factors including overall product design, product testing, customer feedback and overall sales. PupLife.com President Eric Houtkooper, said, “We are extremely selective about the products we carry. We rigorously test all of our products, gather customer feedback and gauge sales throughout the year. Only then do we choose the best in each category for our list of Dog Products of the Year.” The 3rd Annual Dog Products of the Year categories include Dog Toys, Dog Treats, Dog Food, Dog Training Aid, Dog Carriers, Dog Safety, Dog Health & First Aid, Dog Books & DVDs, and (new for 2006) Best Gift Idea and Best Overall Dog Product of the Year.

PupLife.com honored The Honest Kitchen as Best Dog Food for the second year in a row. A leader in the raw food revolution, The Honest Kitchen is one of the fastest growing dog food brands in the country. Offering consumers four unique dehydrated raw diet formulas, The Honest Kitchen continues to blaze a trail in the industry with superior ingredients and high quality production. Lucy Postins, Co-Founder of The Honest Kitchen, was honored by the repeat win saying, “It’s fabulous to be given this recognition for the products we’re creating, and it makes it even more important knowing that the award comes from Puplife.com, an organization that’s an expert at identifying intelligent dog products.”

Simon & Huey took top honors for their doggoned tasty dog treats. “Our customers love the freshness of Simon & Huey treats,” said PupLife.com CEO, Leslie Hayes-Houtkooper. “They smell terrific and dogs go crazy for them. With ingredients like oat flour, peanut butter, ginger and molasses, you know your giving your pup a healthy, wholesome treat.” Jessamy Whitsitt from Simon & Huey was pleased at being selected commenting, “We are nothing less than ecstatic to be selected asPuplife.com’s dog treat of the year. We strive very hard to be the best and it is wonderful to get recognized.”

In the category of Dog Health & Safety, Puplife.com chose Spot Organics Gentle Ear Cleansing Cloths. A great choice for dogs prone to ear infections, Spot Organics Gentle Ear Cleansing Cloths are free from harsh chemicals so they can be used daily.

The award for Best Dog Collars, Leashes or Harnesses went to Lupine Pet Products. “We can’t say enough good things about Lupine products,” remarked Leslie Hayes-Houtkooper. “They continue to create adorable new patterns and offer the best guarantee in the industry. Lupine products are guaranteed for life – even if chewed.”

Tazlab Safe-T-Stretch Dog Collars took top honors in the Dog Safety category. Tazlab collars stretch when not clipped to a leash allowing your dog to slip free in potentially life-threatening situations. Tazlab’s Director of Sales and Marketing, Noelle Fredland, remarked, “It is an honor to be recognized as Dog Safety Product of the Year. Tazlab’s goal of making innovative and safer dog products only comes to fruition through extraordinary distributors. PupLife.com leads the pack and should be commended for their dedication to dog safety and owner education.”

Pet Flys scooped up Best Dog Carriers of the Year with their airline approved carriers. This 2004 winner makes a repeat performance this year with their quality construction and funky designs. Leslie Hayes-Houtkooper said, “Pet Flys continues to come up with fun and fabulous designs. Our customers love them, and they are airline approved.” Monkey Boy, Pet Flys Chief Canine Executive Officer and chihuaha extraordinaire, accepted the award on the company’s behalf saying, “Receiving this award from one of the pioneers of online pet retailers has all of us at Pet Flys yapping with glee! Although we are by no means the biggest company, we feel we have the most heart. We are very proud of our unique styling and the distinctive look for which Pet Flys has become known.” The spokesdog added, “Do I get some sort of statue for this?”

Winner of the Dog Training Aid award went to the Sounds of Baby CD. This unique CD is an audio desensitization recording designed to help four-legged family members prepare for a baby by gradually presenting sounds that will accompany your precious new arrival. A “must-have” for all expectant parents.

The Best Dog Book or DVD of the Year was the remarkable, “Small Dogs, Big Hearts”. Small dogs are more popular than ever and this book was a huge hit with customers in 2006. Darlene Arden, the book’s author said, “I’m honored that ‘Small Dogs, Big Hearts’ has been chosen as PupLife.com’s 2006 Dog Book of the Year. Little dogs view the world from a very different vantage point and my goal is to try to make life better for them by helping owners understand how to raise and train a normal, well-adjusted small dog who is a special companion for life.”

Best Dog Gift Idea was a new category for 2006 and the award went to PupLife.com’s breed specific Dog Leash Hooks. Available in over 70 different breeds, these dog leash hooks feature a classic design every dog owner will love.

Dog Toy of the Year went to the Leo by Canine Genius. The Leo (and Mini Leo) are interactive treat toys that keep your pooch engaged for hours. Leos can be connected to one another to create unique puzzles that challenge dogs’ problem solving skills and keep them stimulated and active.

Winning the award for Best Overall Dog Product of the Year, a new category, was the Mini-Leo by Canine Genius. A customer favorite, the Mini-Leo is the perfect treat toy for pint-sized pooches and puppies. Alise Shatoff and Birte Haakansson from Canine Genius were proud of the double win remarking, “We are thrilled that the Leo and Mini Leo toys have been selected as the “Best Dog Toy” and “Best Overall Dog Product” for 2006. We put our heart and soul into designing unique toys that dogs and their humans will love. Our goal is to make dogs happy and keep them busy!”

A list of the winners along with pictures and descriptions can be found online at

http://www.puplife.com/dogcaretips/dog-products-year-2006.html. All winning products are available for purchase at PupLife.com. For more information, contact Leslie Hayes-Houtkooper at 269-561-2570 or visit http://www.puplife.com.

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Fall schedules for dog training announced by two groups

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Fall schedules for dog training announced by two groups
The fall schedules for dog training classes at the Oregon Humane Society and at Stay Pet Hotel were announced. Classes are bound to fill up.
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