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  1. Hi Everyone, I've purchased a new domain and have started re-branding my shop. I'm going to take this whole year to change over the brand so that I don't lose anyone who knows the current name. For the rest of this year my shop is called: Sit. Stay safe! by Something Special Pet Supplies Starting next year we'll drop the last part and only be called Sit. Stay safe! Over the past two years of running the shop I've had the most success selling the Irish muzzles, and no success at all selling things for birds, bunnies and cats. Also with the dog products, toys and slow feeders and such can easily be found on Amazon, Petco and etc. so those didn't sell well for me, either. What I decided to do was get rid of all that stuff and focus my shop around the muzzles and similar items.... so safety products for dogs! In the last 6 months I've also stumbled over (and then met and joined forces with) a non-profit organization called The Center for Pet Safety. They are like the pet version of the Consumer Products Safety Commission.... they do scientifically robust safety testing of pet products. By aligning myself to them, and using them as a resource for selecting which products I sell, I know that I can offer truly safe products. Why is that important? Most things manufactured for pets (and heck, people too) claim to be safe, but are not actually tested. (check out their videos for the car restraint systems and kennels that fail crash testing, you'll be shocked) You cannot trust manufacturer claims. CPS certification on the other hand, can be trusted! The first product I'm working on acquiring for my shop are CPS-certified car restraint systems. It will be a while before I get them in stock but I am doing research and connecting with the vendors/manufacturers. In the meantime, my line up includes: The super-popular double-padded Irish muzzles, feather-light coursing muzzles, and whippet muzzles high quality life jackets (that actually fit greyhounds too!) Puplights Rechargeable LED leashes, collars and harnesses (I may drop the harnesses when they sell out and only continue the collars and leashes) Doggy boat ladders! Doggy pool steps! HarnessLeads Spook Harnesses Furniture steps to help ailing small doggos get on the couch/bed Car back seat hammocks
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