Americans and Their Dogs

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Americans are more attached to their dogs than ever. Dogs have their own fashions, bedding, and health products. The same people who sell you collectibles, jewelry, lingerie, and household items, also want to sell dog products.

Americans have always loved their dogs, nothing new about that. But in recent years the attachment between Americans and their dogs seems to have reached even an even stronger level. But why? Some think it may be because we have become more insulated, perhaps tied closer to our homes than ever before. We have home theatres, computers, huge screen HDTV, etc. We shop from home and more parents than ever are home schooling their children; the reasons for going outside the home are becoming ever fewer. Just about anything can be done from home. And there’s nothing like a family pet, usually a dog or cat, to make a house feel like a home.

Americans delight in spoiling their dogs. At Paul’s Mercantile they will find everything they need to do just that. This online general store carries everything for dogs; from toys to clothes to beds to health products. Rover isn’t the only family member who will be able to shop at Paul’s, they carry over 7,000 items. The inventory includes jewelry, collectibles, electronics, lingerie, pets, and household items. Prices are rock bottom, shipping is prompt, and hassles are minimized. Why bother with heavy traffic and harassed clerks?

Online commerce is a big part of life in 21st century America. Just as the family dog is growing in importance, online merchants like Paul's Mercantile at are becoming an increasingly important part of the new face of America.

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Clifford Goodnough