I just watched the PBS show from July 2011 online. It was great to learn about your work and then come to your site for a more recent update. The fact that you emphasize education as well as rescue is so smart – thank you for all that you do! BAD RAP Blog
My efforts in December paid off. My sister’s small check (normally $ 50) doubled to $ 100, which was my whole goal! But because I have a downline, somehow, my efforts added $ 100 to my own check! Nice!
I could tell that new blog articles made a huge difference. In fact, take a look at the stats from my pet food blog:
But we also did it with Christmas cards and thank you letters on new orders.
So far this month, I’ve added two new customers for one friend and six new customers for my sister. If I will be sure to write new articles for my blog at least three times per week — on the hot topics (such as pet food recalls, ingredients, and health issues that can be resolved through nutrition) — I’m confident we can keep attracting loyal new customers.
But this business only brings in modest money with customers. You really need to build a network of distributors under you. So I will figure out how to do that online, next.
This is the adorable Valensia, born in Moscow and living in Cannes. She is 16 months old and we met at both the Monaco dog show and the San Remo dog show, which was a couple of days later. The first two pics were taken in Monaco and the last one (better light) in San Remo.
This post is for my friend Candy and one of her dogs, Finn. Candy lived happily with her Old English Sheepdog, Blue and her Labrador, Big Mac and then – mad fool! – decided to buy an Irish Wolfhound – who of course is adorable. He’s called Finn and he’s now 12 months old. I rather think Finn and Valensia would enjoy each other …
Question by bird6784: How long does it take for “Frontline Plus for dogs” to kill the fleas, ticks and chewing lice?
I just put It on my dog. how long will it take for all fleas, ticks and chewing lice to completely die?
Answer by John B Put frontline on him once a day for 7 days. By then, all the fleas, ticks, and chewing lice will be gone.