This online, pet-centric Twitter event encourages anyone and everyone who has ever wondered how to tackle litter box odor, the smell of their dog’s bed, and/or the hair on the couch to join the party at #GetPetClean.
According to Reed, one of the primary reasons people relinquish their pets is because they aren't prepared to deal with the pet odor and cleanup.
“People often give up their dogs, cats and other animals because they aren’t prepared to deal with the consistent amount of cleanup required in taking care of a pet. This is especially true if you are housebreaking a dog or have an older, incontinent dog or cat. I want this Twitter party to give pet owners the tools to care for their pets with ease and affordability. Learn tips, tricks and even more about specialty appliances that can make pet cleanup less bothersome.”
Twitter #GetPetClean event host Reed will discuss a variety of topics, including:
- Pet Friendly Cleaning & Odor Elimination Products
- Pet Hair and Pet Dander Appliances
- Grooming Techniques to Reduce Shedding
- Housebreaking and Accident Prevention Aids
- Keeping the Snow, Rain and Mud Outside
- And More!
Reed will also encourage #GetPetClean party participants to share their cleanup and scrub down related tips and tricks.
Whether your pet is squeaky clean or a muddy mess, the #GetPetClean event will reduce your pet cleanup stress in 2013. You can sign up for the #GetPetClean Twitter party on Tuesday, April 9 at 7 p.m. (EDT) at twtvite.com/PetrendologistGetPetClean.