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National Pet Month!

May is National Pet Month! 

What does that mean for all of the pet lovers and owners out there?

To the Az Pet Professionals it means many things! 

Our aim is to be able to:

· Promote responsible pet ownership

· Provide Awareness of mutual benefits of owning a pet

· Increase public awareness of the role pet experts have in their lives

· Raising awareness of the value that working and assistance dogs have in so many lives

The following are Az Pet Professionals top 10 Tips for responsible ownership:

1. THINK before getting a pet. Do your research and understand what your financial obligations will be for the entire life of the pet! ADOPT! DON’T SHOP!

2. Make sure your pet receives Basic Training and is well socialized. Of course we have you covered there to with our fantastic professional dog trainers!

3. Feed your pet a high quality, well balanced diet in “Meals”. Know how much food is going in! Don't let your pet become OBESE!

4. Provide comfortable and suitable housing and bedding. There's far too many negligent housing situations we hear about on the Internet these days. Don't let yourself fall into that category!

5. Provide all necessary vaccinations and recommendations from your veterinarian. We have a list of trusted Veterinarians just for you!

6. Spay and Neuter! You know....... snip, snip.

7. Provide appropriate grooming. Of course we have you covered here too! Arizona's Pet Stylist is our most Pawesome mobile grooming salon in the East Valley!

8. Ensure your pet is properly ID’d with either a Microchip or a Collar/Tag with your information. Remember, May is "Chip your pet month!"

9. If able, get Pet Insurance for those un-expected emergencies.

10. Get Educated in Pet CPR and First Aid so YOU know what to do in an emergency with your pet!

Az Pet Professionals Network Group consists of pet experts in a wide array of pet industry fields!

Our pet experts are individuals who have a love and passion for what they do. Most of us are small business owners that have put heart and soul into building a small business that people can trust and depend on to care for not only their animals but for the clients as well.

If you haven’t seen all of the Az Pet Professional members they are located on the right side of this page under. When you click on a pet category it will open the page listing all of the pet experts in the particular field.

Each member has a link to their own business website, their business telephone/email and even a link to their Face book pages. Please take a minute to click through and meet our pet experts!

So this month please help us celebrate National Pet Month by doing your part in being a responsible pet owner! If you need advice in any pet related area our pet experts will be happy to answer and assist you. Just give them a call or join us at our Public Facebook Group Page where you can ask us questions!

Thanks pet parents! We hope you will share our website with all of your pet friends and family and please don’t forget to follow us at our regular Facebook Page as well!

Happy May!

Kim MacCrone-CVT

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