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petmehappylogoPet Me Happy, a new online pet supplies store founded by Santa Clarita pet lovers, is officially open for human shoppers everywhere at http://www.PetMeHappy.com.

Pet Me Happy’s new website features the most popular pet supplies on Amazon.com, manufactured by the world’s best-known brands, augmented by Pet Me Happy’s competitive pricing, exclusive discounts and bundling deals.

Shoppers also enjoy the ease and security of using the world’s largest online retailer’s trusted ordering and shipment system. Amazon Prime members get expedited free shipping for their orders, as they do with any other purchase on Amazon.

In addition, the new Pet Me Happy website is a growing informational and recreational resource for pet owners, with informative, useful blog posts about pet training, health, grooming and more, plus fun “Pet Tales” written by pet owners about their pets.

“We’re crazy about animals of all kinds, especially our pets,” said Stephen K. Peeples, who founded Pet Me Happy with his wife Nadine A. Peeples and their partner Paige Hagen.

“Our pets love us unconditionally, and deserve nothing but the best,” Peeples said. “So do our family’s pets, our friends’ pets, and our customers’ pets.

“Our mission at Pet Me Happy is to focus on the quality products picky Pet Parents like us buy all the time,” he said. “By shopping for pet supplies at Pet Me Happy, people get also get Amazon’s convenience, our great prices and customer service, and help support a local business.”

Pet Me Happy’s pet supplies store features a wide selection of pet food and feeding supplies, pet treats, pet toys, cat litter, pet hygiene products, house-breaking supplies, pet grooming products, pet training supplies, pet beds and furniture, pet travel products, dog and cat collars, harnesses, leashes, and lots more.

The Pet Me Happy store’s most popular brands include KONG, Greenies, Purina, MilkBone, Petme, Zuke’s, Eukanuba, Friskies, Fancy Feast, Natural Balance, Pedigree, Taste of the Wild, Petmate, SmartyKat, TrustyPup, Petlinks and others.

 

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Pet Me Happy Social Media

Along with the new website, Pet Me Happy recently created a Facebook page that has already fetched 510 “likes” and is building an engaged community of pet owners, pet healthcare specialists and pet trainers.

Pet Me Happy has launched new Twitter (@petmehappy) and Pinterest accounts as well.

 

Pet Me Happy Radio

Peeples, an award-winning radio producer in a previous career, is developing a new weekly radio program, Pet Me Happy Radio, for broadcast on Santa Clarita radio station KHTS-AM 1220 and webcast on YouTube, with a projected premiere on Sunday, April 10 at 10 a.m.

Pet Me Happy Radio celebrates the entire pet experience, with in-studio guests, expert pet trainers, pet health specialists, an Adopt-a-Pet segment and more.

Excellent charter sponsorship opportunities with multiple social media tie-ins deals are now available for Santa Clarita Valley-area businesses.

 

Pet Me Happy Dog Treats

Pet Me Happy is also developing an all-natural dog treat for retail launch this summer.

Pet Me Happy created and tested its brand-new dog treat recipe in Santa Clarita. The treats are made in Southern California with only human-grade organic and natural ingredients, and no chemical additives.

 

Pet Me Happy at KHTS Home & Garden Show

Pet Me Happy and Pet Me Happy Radio will host a booth at the 7th Annual KHTS Home & Garden Show and Emergency Expo at Central Park in Saugus the weekend of April 16-17.

“Come on out and meet us, get free samples of Pet Me Happy’s new dog treats,” Peeples said. “Find out fast how you can save big on your favorite pet supplies by shopping online at the Pet Me Happy pet store.”

 

For more information about Pet Me Happy, visit http://www.PetMeHappy.com or email Paige Hagen at paige@petmehappy.com.

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