Dogster's June Woof: Year of the Dog Winner, Snag a fur-ee photo book, dog horoscopes and more
June 5, 2007
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Summer is almost here, and both pups and humans at Dogster HQ are panting with excitement. No doubt, you are, too. Lots of fun and informative news to share--start woofin'.
Give a Big Dogster Bow-Wow-Welcome to Shutterfly
Enter the code here to get your free Shutterfly Photo Book and spread that puppy love.
Get a Friend to Join, Win Zealies and More
Share your Dogster love with a pal and you could win 100 Zealies. Every month, a new member is randomly selected to win a new digital camera, and if that member was referred by a Dogster member, that lucky pup received 100 Zealies. Want a cut of this action? Then tell the other pup-lovers in your life to join Dogster. And if they win, you win. Give them this link: http://www.dogster.com/fetch/refer. Woof!
New Feature: Dog Horoscopes
No More Messy Pet Bowls!
Meet Molly Hunter
Paramount Year of the Dog Contest - Winner Announced
Doggone Good Dog Tip #106
Q: You have an adorable pup, but you really want to adopt another. Should you wait until your dog grows up a bit or is adding to the family now a good idea?
A: There are no right and wrong answers to this question. Unfortunately, it's one of those situations where you may just have to jump in before you know. There are many things to take into consideration when planning to bring a new dog, especially a puppy, into the home. Some things to think about include whether or nor your current pup is potty trained and generally well behaved, and if you feel like you and your family have the time (and resources and space) to devote to another animal without neglecting your old one. Other things to consider are the sex and breed of your animal and the one you plan to adopt. Of course, our attitude at Dogster HQ is the more the merrier. You just need to be realistic - and prepared for all possible outcomes.
For more advice on a wide range of topics, head to Dogster Forums.
Dogster Community: Lapping Up the Love
We recently received this p-mail from Dogster member D'Ann, who was overwhelmed by Dogster love as she and her brood searched for their missing pooch. The most pawsome news is that as of yesterday, Teddi Sue was found! Our tails are thumping for this happy ending.
It is unbelievable, the amount of support we are getting from our Dogster pals in our search for our missing Teddi Sue! We have always loved Dogster, and now we know for sure that all of the kindest and most loving, true-blue friends in the world are our friends on Dogster. It would be impossible for our family to do such an intense and thorough search on our own as is being done with the help and support of our friends. I feel guilty going off to work every day and not spending every minute helping everyone else keep up the search for our baby! I can't even keep up with all of the pawmails and emails and soo many rosettes, stars and PPRs! I am totally overwhelmed with love and gratefulness to Dogster. If anyone ever wonders if Dogster is cool, just have 'em woof us!We love to hear how Dogster has changed/improved/bettered your life. Keep barking those tales to email@example.com. If we use your note in an upcoming newsletter, we'll credit your account 10 Zealies!
Cool Dogster Doodads
Dogster badges and stickers are fun ways to show your dog-gone devotion to Dogster. It's simple to make a badge for your pooch and put it on your other web pages. (Learn how here www.dogster.com/badge/) Or, send in a self-addressed stamped envelope and score some Dogster stickers that you can put on car bumpers, notebooks and computers, you name it. Mail to 555 De Haro Street, Suite 350, San Francisco, CA 94107. (Attention: Stickers!)
Hound ya later!
May all animals be happy and safe,
Dogster, for the love of dog!
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