Unique Online Greeting Card Site for Dog Lovers Adds Holiday Line

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Sloppy Kiss Cards, offering high-quality online greeting cards for dog lovers, rolls out its holiday line.

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We launched our animated ecard site last summer

Sloppy Kiss Cards, a site offering online greeting cards for dog lovers, announces the rollout of its holiday ecards.

"We launched our animated ecard site last summer," says Nicole Stocker of Sloppy Kiss Cards, "and just added our first line of season's greeting cards, so people can wish happy howl-i-days to all their dog loving friends and family."

Sloppy Kiss Cards offer high-quality, animated dog ecards that are clever, tasteful and feature original music. When creating an ecard, users choose their favorite breed from the Dog Gallery and even name the dog that stars in their ecard.

Users can also choose from traditional topics:

  • Birthday
  • Get Well
  • Thank You
  • Sympathy

Plus some unconventional topics:

  • Moving in Together
  • Dog Adoption
  • How Come You Don't Call?

In addition to online greeting cards, Sloppy Kiss Cards has a whole set of e-invitations and has added a line of upload-your-own-photo ecards.

Sloppy Kiss Cards costs just $9.95 a year for unlimited online greeting cards. As members, users will receive a year's worth of holiday wishes, birthday greetings and lots more. Other helpful features include an address book, scheduling and ecard tracking.

Users can also submit photos of their dogs to the Dog Galley. If chosen, they could be the newest star. Or users can submit a story about their dog and it could become the inspiration for the next ecard.

To see a complete selection of Sloppy Kiss ecards, visit http://www.sloppykisscards.com/ecards.php.

About Sloppy Kiss Cards

Sloppy Kiss Cards is a brainchild of avid dog lover Nicole Stocker. Nicole was always drawn to the idea of online greeting cards. On special occasions when Nicole wanted to send friends and family best wishes, she found herself searching various ecard sites for a suitable dog card, only to be disappointed. After working for Microsoft for five years, Nicole decided to put her computer expertise together with her love of dogs and in June of 2006, Sloppy Kiss Cards became a bone-a-fide business. Nicole makes it a point to donate a portion of the membership fees to Petfinder.com Foundation, helping homeless pets find loving homes.


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