They come in all colors, shapes and sizes. I’m not talking about people; I’m talking about man’s best friend: dogs. These friendly canines have managed to become a critical part of our society from helping guide the blind, helping police fight crime and simply being a pleasure to be around. It is because of this that there is a whole week dedicated to our four-legged friends. National Dog Week is an 84-year old tradition that is still going strong and uniting many dog lovers from around the country. In honor of this special occasion, let’s look at some dog-related products for your best friend.
Any dog owner will tell you that owning a dog can come with one potential hassle: ticks. These small arachnids carry infectious disease through saliva that causes detrimental health effects for you and your dog. The Sawyer Tick Removal Pliers with Magnifier helps you inspect your dog for ticks and remove them without squeezing the saliva from the tick into the skin. These pliers make it safe, fast and easy to remove ticks not only from your dog, but from humans as well.
The Dogit Design Fresh and Clear Pet Drinking Fountain has been a favorite for our customers for many years. Not only does this pet drinking fountain provide filtered water for your dog, but also features a re-circulating water flow that provides a constant supply of fresh water. This fountain has a large, elevated surface area making it useful for dogs that are larger, older or suffering physical ailments. This fountain accepts the Dogit Design Fountain Filter Cartridges that are economically priced for under $10.
The WaterQuik Pet Water Fountain with Valve is another useful product for your dog. Attach this water filter to your garden hose or spigot and get filtered, clean drinking water for your pet. This pet water filter is effective in reducing chlorine, chemicals and pesticides. When purchasing this filter, don’t forget to pick up the correct filter replacement which will provide filtered water for your pet for up to six months.
Show your dog some love, after all they are family too. Give them the love and care they deserve.
On this day 11 years ago, our nation was forever changed. The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 left our nation reeling and many afraid. It was during this time when we realized who the true heroes were. The brave men and women, who selflessly laid down their lives to help those trapped in the Twin Towers and the Pentagon, showed us what heroism really is. Revered qualities such as bravery, courage and selflessness were front and center as we watched these brave men and women lay down their lives for strangers.
What the EMS, Fire Department and Police Officers did that day was not just a part of their job, they went beyond the call of duty. They made a decision that saving lives and preserving what this country stands for is more important than anything else. Let us never forget that this is what they do every day. Every time they put on the badge, their firefighters gear or take off in the ambulance, they are doing more than just their job; they are saving lives and facing challenges that many of us do not/would not face.
We will be remiss if we let this day go by without saying those two simple words that can mean so much: Thank You! Thank you for your bravery, sacrifice and your willingness to stand up and face insurmountable odds every day. All of you are the real heroes in this country and we greatly appreciate you. For those who lost their lives on that horrible day or may have lost loved ones, we stand with you on this day of remembrance. We will never forget.
All over the country, we are celebrating Labor Day. But why do we celebrate Labor Day? This special occasion, always the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement that is devoted to the economic and social achievements of the American worker. The first Labor Day holiday was celebrated in 1885 in New York and has since grown to a nationwide observance. On this day, many will hold cookouts, attend parades or simply relax by enjoying their day off. This day has also become a symbolic end to the summer for many Americans. Whatever your plans are for today, remember to keep in mind the significance of this observation.
Labor Day has a rich history centered on the workers of this country; workers like you who have made this country what it is today. This is a day for you to kick back, relax and enjoy the day. FiltersFast.com will like to extend a Happy Labor Day to all of our customers, have a great and safe holiday.