By Natalie Lester, Brand Communications Specialist
I can’t believe January 2013 is almost over! This month has flown by, and I hope the year slows down a little bit so we can enjoy it! How are you and your pet doing on your New Year’s resolutions?
Emma and I have been practicing fetch at home, since it is so cold outside and I think we’re getting better. As for the work resolution for her potty behavior, she has a virus (more on that later) that has been keeping her at home this month so we haven’t gotten too much exposure.
If you and your pet made the commitment to get healthier this year, I hope you’ve seen great results in these first few weeks in both your figures. One way to see the changes you are looking for is to cut back on snacking for you and treating for your pet. Cookies and biscuits can pack high calories for your dog – just as they can for you.
Have no fear, we have a low calorie treat that you can feel good about giving to your pet and will keep your dog coming back for more. You may already be familiar with Lickety Stik, an all-natural liquid dog treat that you hold while your dog licks. If so, you know that there is only one calorie in every 10 licks. As an added bonus, it is extremely easy to use with a no mess, tidy roll dispenser.
Now, Lickety Stik is even better with new flavors! In addition to Savory Chicken, Smoked Bacon, and Braised Liver, we now have Sharp Cheese, Peanut Butter, and Big Beef.
If your pet is looking for a new, healthier treat, comment on this post below and let us know which flavor you think your pet would like best. We’ll pick three winners (one for each NEW flavor) on Friday, February 1.
As the PetSafe Brand Communications Specialist, Natalie manages the PetSafe brand across multiple social and content sites, including The Paw Print blog, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. She also generates other brand related content including product information for retailers, video scripts, and public relations. Before PetSafe, Natalie worked in the local media covering politics, education, and religion. Natalie’s puppy, Emma, spends almost as much time in the office as she does.