Orange Dog Collars from GunDogSupply.com

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Walkin Wheels Dog Wheelchair from Rainbow Bridge

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Hampton Lake Reports Unprecedented Sales Year & Emergence from Reorganization

Hampton Lake Reports Unprecedented Sales Year & Emergence from Reorganization











Hampton Lake


Bluffton, SC (PRWEB) January 23, 2014

This sales and activity report is especially noteworthy because Hampton Lake, LLC, the development entity of the Hampton Lake community, began reorganizing its debt structure last spring through a Chapter 11 filing. As of January 8, 2014, Hampton Lake, LLC officially emerged from the reorganization and has lived up to the pledge of “business as usual” for the community, the Club, the owners and the entities’ employees.

“When we reorganized our debt structure earlier this year, our two main goals were to take care of our employees and our residents, and to continue our efforts to build up and build out the community. We accomplished both of those objectives. We look forward to another successful year in 2014,” said Mr. Reed.

Hampton Lake is a Reed Group community and is located off of Bluffton Parkway. Homesites are priced from the mid-$ 60s while waterfront homesites are priced from the low $ 120s. Home/homesite packages are priced from the high-$ 300 to $ 900+. For more information on Hampton Lake, go to http://www.hamptonlake.com.

About Hampton Lake

Construction on Hampton Lake began in 2006. Since that time, it has grown into a flourishing, family-friendly community complete with a 165-acre freshwater lake, pools, clubhouse, workout facility, spa, dog park and boating facility. In 2008 and 2009 respectively, it was named “Best Community Facility, 151 Homes and Over” and “Best Community, 151 Homes and Over” by the National Association of Homebuilders and Professional Builder Magazine.

About Reed Group

With more than 40 years in business, Reed Group is a diversified real estate company managing the planning, development, operation, marketing and sales of master planned communities and their amenities throughout the Hilton Head Island / Bluffton, South Carolina area. The company’s five flagship communities – Colleton River, Belfair, Berkeley Hall, Hampton Hall and Hampton Lake – encompass more than 5,200 acres. The Reed Group’s RG Materials and RG Realty were launched in 2013 to manage existing entities and expanding opportunities throughout the region.























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Waterproof Sta-Put™ Hammock Seat Cover For Dogs | Keep Your Carseats Clean From Your Dirty Dog

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353 small dogs confiscated from breeder

Tuesday, 10 Apr 2012. ALLEGAN, Mich. (WOOD) – The Allegan County Animal Shelter treated 353 Shih Tzu and Pomeranian dogs that were seized Monday from an Alle…

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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The Dog Days of Summer — Keeping Pets Safe in Extreme Heat, from the Pet Sitters of Blue Chip Pet Care

The Dog Days of Summer — Keeping Pets Safe in Extreme Heat, from the Pet Sitters of Blue Chip Pet Care











Ranger cooling off in the Tennessee Summer Heat


Nashville, TN (PRWEB) July 31, 2012

Many people across the planet are noticing sweat dripping from their brow the moment they have stepped outside. What many are not noticing is the sweat dripping from their pet’s brow? The reason why is dogs only have sweat glands in their paws and these glands only produce minimal amounts of sweat. This makes it difficult to tell when a pet is overheated. Since dogs walk around in a fur coat one can imagine how high their body temperatures can rise. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, more than 40,000 daily heat records have been broken around the country so far this year. The globally-averaged temperature for June 2012 marked the 4th warmest June since record keeping began in 1980 (NOAA). Since the dog days of summer are far from over Blue Chip Pet Care has put together some helpful prevention signs for heat stroke as well as tips and tricks to keep your pet cool. At Blue Chip Pet Care we are in the business of pet sitting and dog walking, so we see this first hand at both of our locations in Beverly, MA and Nashville, TN.

A couple things to take note of is your breed of dog. Bulldogs, Boxers and Pugs have smaller airways which makes it more difficult to get oxygen to the lungs. These breeds need extra attention and owners should always be cautious not to over exert. Also, breeds such as the Husky, Newfoundland, Australian Shepard, St. Bernard and many others also have a difficult time due to the thickness of their coats. These breeds have these unique coats for a reason, so always take extra caution when leaving these breeds outside to long. Owners should never leave a pet in the car. Even at 70°F (22°C) a car parked in the sun can can reach temperatures up to 100°F (38°C) within minutes, even with the windows cracked. While dog walking, you should take into account the temperature of asphalt. An air temperature of 77°(F) would be 125°(F) on asphalt. Skin damage can occur at 125°(F) and breakfast can be served at 131°(F) if you like fried eggs. These are some reasons why dogs are more susceptible to heatstroke than humans.

Warning signs for preventing heat stroke are rapid heavy panting, vomiting, collapse, diarrhea, Petechiae (pinpoint, deep-red hemorrhages on gums/skin), bright red mucous membranes on gums, conjunctive of the eyes, glassy eyes, refuse to obey commands, fever, and drooling. If any of these signs are noticed the best remedy is water, then AC or a nice cool place to lay. Owners should then call you local vet to check if further steps need to be taken. If going out of town, make sure your pet sitter is familiar with these warning signs.

A couple tricks to avoid heatstroke all together is to always make sure your pet has fresh water. Also, check the temperature of water, it does not have to be ice cold but replenished on a regular basis during hotter months. Some tips to help keep pets cool is invest in a baby pool, do not over exert your dog, consider dog boots for long walks, be cautious if using a choke collar, allow your dog outside when sprinklers are in use and move your pet to the garage or workshop if their is a nice concrete floor or another cool surface for them to lay on. Also avoid pet costumes in the hotter months. The summer months are meant to enjoy but always remember if the back yard feels like just another hot day to a human, pets might think they are visiting Death Valley.

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