Advertising on Dogspired


(DOG)SPIRED likes to help promote products or services that are in the best interest of dogs. We have a number of ways in which you can advertise on our site. For information, please contact us at  info@dogspired.com.

Here are some of our current advertisers.

 

CheapFlights.com The USA’s Widest Marketplace for Airline Tickets

The world’s widest range of travel deals, top travel tips & inspiration, & a few laughs along the way!

With Cheapflights, you can find and compare cheap flights from over 4 million daily deals.

And we have an aim – to bring you the world for less. And The world for less promise? The cheapest flights & best travel deals every day.

With Cheapflights, you can find and compare cheap flights from over 4 million daily deals.

We at Cheapflights don’t think that travel has to cost the earth. That’s why we’re focused on finding you both cheap flights and the best – often exclusive – travel deals around.

So, if you are departing from the UK, US, Canada, Australia & NZ, Germany, Italy, Spain or France, try it: compare all the best deals in one place and say hello to a world of possibilities.


Judith Levy Wellness for People and Pets

Judith Levy, M.Ed. CEHP, RMT, principal of Judith Levy Wellness for People and Pets, is an animal behavior consultant who helps families and their pets have positive, meaningful relationships. She combines traditional animal behavior modification methods with energy practices, such as Reiki, Meridian Tapping Techniques, and Nelson Bach Flower Remedies®.  Judith’s clients often report positive and sustainable results.

Judith addresses emotional behavior issues with a 360° holistic approach. She has a special connection to animals, which enables her to identify and provide answers to the root causes of canine and feline issues. Having conducted more than 1400 behavior consultations, Judith has corrected the most daunting problems in dogs and cats, and she is often recommended by veterinarians to assist in the treatment of their animal patients. She also serves as an expert witness in court cases that involve animals.

Judith’s experience in the retail pet industry, with an emphasis on food products and their nutritional value, enables her to evaluate how diet impacts an animal’s health and behavior.

Judith has studied extensively the works of prominent veterinarians and animal behavior experts. She has an intuitive and  a practical understanding of ethology, the scientific study of animal behavior.

Complementing her skills, Judith is a certified Energy Health Practitioner through the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology. She has trained with five Reiki Masters, and is a practicing Usui Reiki Master Teacher and a Master Reiki practitioner.

Building on a Masters in Education and an advanced degree in Human Behavioral Psychology, as well as a background in teaching children with special needs, Judith develops custom plans for people and their pets, in an easy-to-understand style that enables Wellness for People and Pets!

 

Best Friends Animal Society

Best Friends Animal Society is guided by a simple philosophy: kindness to animals builds a better world for all of us. In the late 1980’s, when Best Friends was in its early days, roughly 17 million dogs and cats were being killed in shelters every year. Despite the commitment of shelter workers to the animals in their care, the conventional belief was that little could be done to lower that terrible number.

Best Friends’ No More Homeless Pets campaign created a new vision: A grassroots effort to place dogs and cats who were considered “unadoptable” into good homes, and to reduce the number of unwanted pets through effective spay and neuter programs. Since then, the number of dogs and cats being destroyed in shelters has fallen to approximately 5 million a year. There has been much progress, but there is still much more to do.

The next phase of this work–bringing the number down to essentially zero–will take more work and some bold new initiatives. Shelters are crowded with pit bulls, dogs abandoned after being bought from pet stores, stray cats rounded up on the streets and not looking their very best when they’re brought in, and other pets abandoned or neglected.

As the flagship of a grassroots network of people and organizations that care about animals, Best Friends continues to lead the way toward this future. And that’s why their purpose remains: A better world through kindness to animals.

 

Recycled Love Animal Rescue

Founded in 2004, Recycled Love is a grassroots 501(c)(3), non–profit organization dedicated to rescuing animals from abuse, injury, neglect and abandonment, and adopting them into homes where they will be loved and cherished for the rest of their lives.

Recycled Love believes that all animals deserve a second chance in life. Since animals cannot vocalize their need for help, rescue workers must become their voices.

We must be able to see beyond their sadness, terror, grime and defeat, to continue our work. It is through the gift of rescue workers, foster parents, and adoptive families that the animals’ pure souls surface, and their journey of becoming a recycled love animal begins… Our goal is to recycle the unconditional love that all animals possess, and to transfer that love to a human guardian who understands and appreciates their priceless gift.

Please consider one of our animals for adoption. If you cannot adopt or foster at this time, please consider sponsoring a dog or cat from our rescue, until we find their forever home.

 

Rescue Chocolate

Rescue Chocolate is “the sweetest way to save a life,” because from each chocolate purchased, 100% of the net profits are donated to animal rescue organizations around the country.

Check our blog to see current and past beneficiaries; or, just click on the Who We Help link at the top of the home page. We were founded in January 2010 and we are headquartered in Brooklyn, NY.

The packaging of each vegan flavor of Rescue Chocolate sheds light on a different aspect of the current pet “overpopulation” epidemic. Not only are we interested in raising funds for rescues, but we want to get the word out about these oh-so-fixable issues!

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