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National Pet Month May of 2015

National Pet Month 2015

National Pet Month’s aims are to:
  • Promote the benefits of pet ownership 
  • Support pet adoption 
  • Make people aware of the benefits of pets for people and people for pets 
  • Increase public awareness of services available from professionals who work with animals (Az Pet Professionals!)
  • Raise awareness of the role, value and contribution to society of working companion animals

There are so many reasons to celebrate National Pet Month!
Az Pet Professionals do this daily! We already know that promoting responsible pet ownership is important and that’s why we strive so hard every day to be the best, most trusted pet services in the Valley for pet owners just like you!

Az Pet Professionals always promotes Adoption and not shopping for a pet! 
With our very own pet expert, Jill Flynn, Event Coordinator of HeArts Speak and her professional pet photography business, Visual Harmony Photography, Jill combines efforts with other professional pet photographers to capture pets in all their glory. Their professional photographers make them much more attractive to the public seeking to adopt a pet than the photographs of pets behind bars that seemingly scare people away, rather than making them run to the county shelter to adopt!

Not only do the members of Az Pet Professionals strive to increase public awareness of their own pet services but that of other trusted members as well! Member’s may write daily, weekly, monthly or quarterly Blogs about public awareness as well as promote through Facebook, Twitter, Snap Chat, Instagram and other social media outlets.

Working companion animals are finally being recognized for the capability us pet lovers have always known about. Animals comfort, love unconditionally and can assist people in so many ways. It’s wonderful hearing stories of pets who live their lives as companion animals and about the people’s who’s lives they’ve changed.

Let’s all take a moment out of our busy day today and think about a special pet you know that has made you focus on National Pet Month. 

We’d love to hear your stories! You can email your story to Kim at We will let you know when we will share your story with our pet parents.

Thank you!

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