Congratulations to Taylor Kearns, one of our ten goodnewsforpets.com 10th anniversary winners of an iPad & matching shelter donation. You can read Taylor’s column, “What Is It About Those Cats? Belle Remembered & More ” and his feature story, “Belle, the Wiley Little Thing.” Also take a look at the Pawmetto Lifeline web site, the shelter he designated to receive his $500 donation.
The Morris Animal Foundation (MAF) has announced David Haworth, formerly of Pfizer Animal Health, has joined MAF as the new president & CEO.
Last week, I presented a seminar: “Stay True to Your Brand: Tweet, Poke & Post, But Don’t Forget the Basics“ at the NYC Pet Show Retailer Summit. While other social media platforms were discussed, much of the question & answer session focused on use of Linked In and the subgroups. If you haven’t joined the network, I encourage you to check these by joining Linked In.
Weight management continues to be a hot topic. There’s still buzz about the NYC event we attended in Union Square with Alison Sweeny and the Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc. Million Pound Pledge. And, goodnewsforpets.com columnist and veterinary surgeon Phil Zeltzman has his new book out, “Walk a Hound, Lose A Pound.”
Natural products in all shapes and sizes continue to be a growing trend. We saw plenty of them at the NYC Pet Show. Check out our “What’s New” featuring the Planet Petco line of new products.
The Kansas City Animal Health Corridor is gearing up for its August events. A reminder the deadline for applications to the Investment Forum is June 24, 2011.
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It’s a short post this week as we head out for the holidays as well. Have a great holiday weekend with your loved ones.