Since 1999, the Friday following Father’s Day has been deemed “Take Your Dog To Work Day.” Usually we’re not the biggest fan of these arbitrary days, but this is one we can really get behind. If you own a company and you’re reading this, you should think about participating. Here’s why.
In observance of National Pet Preparedness Month, the American Pet Products Association (APPA) is sharing tips and products from its members, including Gunner Kennels, on to help pet owners be ready and keep their pets safe in the event of an emergency. According to a study from Fritz Institute, 44 percent of non-evacuees during Hurricane Katrina did not want to evacuate due solely to their pets. Because pets are part of our family, preparedness is key.
Because each Gunner Kennels customer story – and relationship with their dog – is different, we’ve started to document a few for you. This week’s Q&A is with Lori Coleman, a Florida resident whose dog “Deacon” is the unofficial mascot of Clay Humane Society, where she works. Last year, Lori and Deacon were in a car wreck that almost went very, very wrong. Keep reading to learn about their experience.