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There’s even a holiday gift for your neutered dog: New Nooters Club® Doggie Tank Top Says “Proud” to be a member; promotes pet spay / neuter

Wednesday, October 26, 2016 12:14
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Sylvan Lake, MI, October 26, 2016 –  How do pets feel about getting spayed or neutered?  NOOTERS Club® wants to make them feel PROUD of their owner’s decision in new-in-time-for-the-holidays brightly colored doggie tank tops exclaiming, “Proud member NOOTERS Club®.”

 

The doggie tank top design features a wide-eyed dog with capital O’s as eyes providing a comical twist on a serious message that NOOTERS Club® hopes will inspire pet owners to get their pets fixed, reduce pet overpopulation and save millions of lives each year. 

 

Text Box: Photos provided by NOOTERS Club®.Doggie tank tops comes in orange with a brown imprint in sizes small through 3X. They are made of a cotton / polyester blend for easy washing and are printed in the U.S.  Cost is $12 plus shipping at www.nootersclub.org.  Gift wrapping is free upon request. 

 

Dog mommies and daddies can also buy themselves matching t-shirts, tanks tops, nightshirts and more.

 

Through its apparel, NOOTERS CLUB® wants to raise awareness and start conversations about the importance of pet spay and neuter and what it means to pet overpopulation.  According to  recent statistics, an estimated 4 million homeless dogs and cats are euthanized in U.S. shelters each year. 

 

NOOTERS CLUB® donates a part of proceeds to pet spay neuter and rescues, and has given away nearly $40,000 in cash and merchandise to date.  It also publishes a comprehensive on-line directory of low-cost spay neuter services in the U.S. and Canada at www.nootersclub.org/lowcostspayneuter/

 

“As you can imagine, people do a double-take when they see our clothing,” says NOOTERS CLUB® founder Linda Wasche.  “People laugh and see the humor, but they also realize that we are trying to send a serious message about pet spay and neuter.  We want them to give a hoot.”  

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