As important as hay for rabbits may be, there are many owners of these pets that still don't know they need to be feeding hay...
Ellensburg, WA (PRWEB) December 16, 2012
Just because a product is highly important doesn't always mean it will be the most exciting thing for a pet owner to purchase. This is a concept that the owners of Small Pet Select (a supplier of premium quality timothy hay for rabbits and other small animals) seem to understand well.
As important as hay for rabbits may be, there are many owners of these pets that still don't know they need to be feeding hay...and it will always be tough to make hay an exciting purchase on its own. That's why this Holiday season Small Pet Select has been using Facebook to promote their "I LOVE MY PET" stickers and bracelets when small animal owners purchase a box of timothy hay. So far the results of the campaign have been great, with dozens of people reporting to the company that this was their first time purchasing hay for their pet.
More about Small pet Select
Since launching their timothy hay product back in August of this year, Small Pet Select has been actively promoting the importance of hay in the diet of rabbits, guinea pigs, and chinchillas. Although it is well established that grass hay is an absolute essential component for the health of these small animals, there are still many pet owners that are not totally aware of this...and so the owners of Small Pet Select (small animal owners themselves) have made it their mission to spread the message and provide a high quality timothy hay product that small animals will enjoy eating. The company has been slowly growing their presence primarily via Facebook and through their informative website, and reports the experience thus far has been an incredibly positive one. With blogs dedicated to different species of small animals, including rabbits, guinea pigs and chinchillas, the site offers a place for both novice and experienced animal lovers to read both educational and fun articles about their favorite animals.