Pets and animals are just another way God lets us know we're loved
South Sioux City, NE (PRWEB) February 12, 2010
You are what you eat - a simple truth that rests in the back of our minds, reminding us to choose the healthy avenue. However, while many Americans are health conscious and regiment their diet with fruits, veggies and protein, few transfer such eating habits to their pets, explained Mary Persinger, a lifelong animal lover and pet owner.
"Pet owners tend to grab whatever's on the shelf at the discount store to feed their animals and, in most cases, it's certainly not the most nutritious option," she said. "It's time for people to know that pet food is just as important as what you feed yourself."
Launched just last month, http://www.MaryBsBest.com was developed by Persinger to establish an online source of information and pet-care products designed to ensure healthy and happy pets. With a focus on cats and dogs, the Web site provides food, toys and furniture for our four-legged companions.
"After a recent retirement from my 40-year career as a guidance counselor, I'm excited to dedicate my days to promoting healthy options and love to my other great passion - animals," Persinger said.
Here, shoppers can browse through hundreds of nutritious food options for cats and dogs, available in wet and dry varieties. Plush beds, warm SnuggleSafe pads, travel safety options and pet stairs are just a few ways to keep your pet cozy. And toys beyond your imagination are at-hand to keep doggy tails wagging and cats purring.
To learn more about the benefits of Persinger's product line, shoppers are encouraged to visit the Web site's newly formulated blog, http://www.MaryBsBestBlog.com. This interactive tool will also be used to discuss her many fond memories and experiences - like her childhood curiosity for skunks - with animals, both pets and animals of the wild.
"Pets and animals are just another way God lets us know we're loved," Persinger said.
About the Company:
MaryBsBest.com is owned and operated by Web entrepreneur, Mary Persinger.
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