Massapequa, NY (PRWEB) August 09, 2012
This month Safe Pets First Aid announce the launch of their new website. Safe Pets First Aid has launched their company last month and are now beginning the branding process. Safe Pets specialize in teaching pet owners as well as dog walkers & pet trainers CPR & first aid. Once they opened up for business it was essential that they design a website to display their services. Safe Pets hired Long Island Web Design Company, Benjamin Marc to design, build & brand the website. On his blog CEO of Benjamin Marc, Anthony Savino commented on working with Safe Pets. " I will with Therese from Suburban Pets on here first website and am glad that she decided to hire us for Safe Pets, Therese is great to work with, she is smart and knows exactly what she wants, we wish her the best luck".
Benjamin Marc designed a logo for starters that is eye catching and best describes the business, next they designed and developed the website. Safe Pets specified that they will be needing these page. They wanted a bio/history page, contact us page, tips, testimonials, register and frequently asked questions.
Here are a couple of inserts from the new website.
Tips: Safe Pets first Aid gives free tips to clients visiting the website
*Know the signs and symptoms of common pet illnesses and emergencies. Education is the first step in identifying potentially life-threatening emergencies.
"I would only trust the American Red Cross when it comes to First Aid and CPR for my family. And since my pets are a part of my family, I would not look to anyone except The American Red Cross to teach me how to care for them. Safe Pets does a great job of delivering the methods in their group classes."
Frequently Ask Questions:
1. Who should take a Pet First Aid and CPR course?
a. Dog and cat owners, handlers, groomers, dog walkers, pet sitters, kennel staff and shelter/rescue volunteers should take this course.
2. Why should I take a Pet First Aid and CPR course?
a. Many dog and cat owners, in addition to pet professionals such as dog walkers, pet sitters and groomers experience simple and/or complex emergencies with pets at some point. The American Red Cross educates and prepares each individual for ways to successfully handle common emergencies through proven methods. Knowledge, along with hands-on practice, can certainly increase the likelihood of a positive outcome should an emergency arise. SafePets delivers these methods in a simple format that is easily understood.
Safe Pets First Aid is founded and operated by Therese Villemure for more information visit them online or call 516-698-7182.