Atlanta-based Pupsaver, the safest way for your dog to travel in a car, is teaming with animal advocate Diane Rose-Solomon to give away copies of her latest book, “What to Expect When Adopting a Dog” this December.
Pupsaver is the long-time project of the Bennett family of Atlanta, Georgia. Ray Bennett invented this one-of-a-kind safety seat out of his necessity for a safer alternative to the cumbersome, unsafe seatbelt harness systems that he attempted to use with his own Shih Tzu, Webber. The company now offers a variety of pet-friendly car seats and strollers. To learn more about their many products visit: http://www.pupsaver.com.
“Pupsaver has always promoted animal rescue and donating this book to shelters and rescues helps educate everyone making the pet parenting experience easier. We are excited to team up with Diane Rose-Solomon and donate books to Greenville Humane Society,” said Ashleigh Bennett of Pupsaver. “Our company was founded to save dogs’ lives and providing a guide such as What to Expect When Adopting a Dog fits with our company’s goals.”
In addition, Pupsaver is offering the book as a free optional gift with purchase to everyone purchasing a Pupsaver car seat or stroller by Christmas from their website during the month. http://www.pupsaver.com
Other groups wishing to participate in this program should contact Diane at: Diane@DianeRoseSolomon.com.