Sunday, July 24, 2011

Doggy Biz of the Month: Petzooba E-Cards

I just logged onto the new Petzooba e-card site and had a blast viewing the different e-cards that you can personalize with a message (and even a photo) before sending them off to your friends/family.

Petzooba is a diverse e-card site for pet lovers! There’s a plethora of cards for just about any occasion or season you can think of: Birthdays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Friendship and even Moving Notices. Some of my personal e-card favorites on the site are The Great Turkey Escape for Thanksgiving, International Dogs in the Friendship section and Seasons for Pet Loss. The Holiday selection has quite a few fun and humorous e-cards, too. One called “A Rippin Holiday,” is pretty hilarious and many have me laughing my head off!

One of the great things about this site is that you can easily add photos of yourself and your pets to make the cards more personal or you have the option of sending the cards as-is with just a personal message. If you do decide to use personal photos, the images are stored for future use. I uploaded my address book to the site and created a card that was sent to a bunch of my friends with just once click!

Petzooba offers a free personal subscription which gives access to 14 e-cards that can only be sent to one person at a time. For a small subscription fee, Petzooba offers a full year subscription with a growing selection of e-cards approaching 200. Only $9.95 a year! Once subscribed for the year, you can send to as many recipients as you’d like. Also, with every paid subscription Petzooba will give you a second year subscription free, which you can send to a friend as a holiday gift! Petzooba co-founder, Mitch Wilder, is a compassionate pet educator and 14 year broadcast journalist in the pet industry and his site reflects his great with and wicked sense of humor.. His philosophy is that “No pet should be left behind.”

Best of all, Petzooba have chosen Adopt-a-Pet to receive 10 per cent of every paid e-card subscription! All-in-all I was deeply impressed by Petzooba. I plan on using it a lot.

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