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Pet Products and Services Featured:
DogVacay: Forget the kennel! With DogVacay, your pet can stay in a real home with a loving sitter while you’re away. DogVacay connects pet owners with our community of over 20,000 fivestar sitters across the U.S. and Canada who watch your pet in their home or yours. All reservations include 24/7 emergency support, vet insurance, daily photo updates of your pup, and a host who’s been through our fivestep vetting process. With thousands of 5star reviews and prices that are less than the local kennel, you can finally travel with peace of mind. (And yes, cats and other pets are welcome too!).
DogVacay is offering viewers a special discount of one free night of sitting if they use the promo code KTLA when booking a reservation.
PrideBites: The only company that allows pet parents to design and customize their own pet products. They allow you to design, customize, and buy anything you want for your furry friend; providing one of a kind products for your one of a kind pet.
P.U.R.T. : Pet Urine Removal Treatment. A treatment service delivered by ChemDry carpet cleaning service. They hold a patented, proprietary formula that chemically breaks down the urine crystals and, through a process, completely removes the urine stain and odor. For those pet owners that suffer from the frustration of urine odor and stains, this works better than anything.
iFetch: The iFetch is an automatic ball launcher for small to medium dogs and brings a fun, new twist to the familiar game of fetch. Perfect for indoor or outdoor use, the iFetch launches miniature tennis balls (1.5 inches/40 mm in diameter), 10, 20, or 30 feet. The iFetch can run on batteries (6 C-cells) or it can be plugged in. The iFetch saves the day (and your arm) when your fetch-loving pup wants to keep playing, but you want to cook dinner, or take a phone call, or do your homework, etc. ( iFetch was invented by the Hamill family in Austin, TX when their son Grant was trying to do his homework, but their little dog Prancer wanted to keep playing fetch.