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Pillow Pets Promo Codes – Buyer Beware

Both Pillow Pets coupons and promo codes are scams. Don’t get fooled by either. I’ll show you how to get the best price without using a pillow pets coupon or promo code.

Typically you will see a vendor at a mall kiosk or in a store who is selling what they call a Pillow Pet. If you are in a store pickup a pillow and look at the label sewn on the pillow. I guarantee you it will not say Pillow Pets. It might say Animallow or Pillow Pals or something else but it won’t say Pillow Pets. That is when you know it is a fake. They may try to convince you it is a Pillow Pets brand pillow but don’t believe them. I suggest to just walk away.

They may tell you they have a promotion and offer you a coupon. Don’t go for that.

First off they are fakes. If you do fall for their ploy and then realize it isn’t want you want there is no getting your money back. You can not return it for a refund. You won’t know you can’t get your money back unless you ask them before you buy or when it is too late and you look at your receipt where it says “No Refunds”.

You do not have to worry about tricks like this being pulled on you when you buy an official Pillow Pets pillow directly from the official website because they give you a full sixty day money back guarantee. They offer such a great guarantee because they know you will love the pillows and if for any reason you don’t you get your money back or a different pillow. It is up to you.

Second, the knock-offs offer a coupon because they have already increased the price of their fake Pillow Pets. Even if you go for the coupon or the discount you will end up paying more for a fake then you will for an authentic Pillow Pet pillow. Official Pillow Pets sell for between $19.95. Most mall or in store fake Pillow Pets sell for $29.95.

No one wants to end up paying more and getting a fake. That is why I am sharing this information with you. So it won’t happen to you like it has with others. The easiest solution in this case is to simply by online at the official Pillow Pets store.

If you are shopping online for a Pillow Pets coupon you will probably think you need a promo code to get the best price. That might be the case for some products but that is not the case with Pillow Pets pillows.

If you didn’t know the manufacturer of the authentic, original Pillow Pets has never offered an online coupon or discount code. You simply don’t need it. I am glad that this great product, one that my whole family loves, was created by a mother who wanted to give her daughter a quality gift. That has not changed.

If you truly want the best price on Pillow Pets and you don’t want to get a poorly made fake just buy directly from the official Pillow Pets website.

Take my word you will be glad you did. The selection is great. The products are durable and adorable and you will get the best price and a 20% discount on all additional pillows you buy on the same order.

For A Pet Tortoise Try The Herman Tortoise

The Herman tortoise which is a relatively small sized tortoise originated in Europe and is found in almost all coasts of France and also in certain parts of Italy. This tortoise is also found in the nearby islands. This makes it widely popular in Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Albania, Romania, Macedonia, Yugoslavia, Turkey, Greece, Hungary and south Italy. They prefer the widely dense forests of Mediterranean and in the arid regions with rocky hill slopes and scrubby vegetation. These areas make it easier for the Herman tortoise to find its food.

Basically, a Herman tortoise is herbivorous. It largely eats a diet that consists of green leaves and grasses. This tortoise also consumes other vegetables and fruits like the broccoli, cauliflower, cucumber, carrots, tomatoes, parsley, Timothy Hay, Alfalfa grass, Bermuda grass, dandelions, weeds, cactus pads, strawberries, bananas, squash, melons, apples, apricots, grapes and peaches. However, it is important that these vegetables and fruits are consumed in smaller quantities. If you have a one as a pet, it is advised not to feed it cabbage as this vegetable and its variants like the iceberg lettuce as these may have a damaging effect. These vegetables have very less nutritional value and once the tortoise starts eating them, it will give up eating other vegetables.

There have been instances when the Herman tortoise may eat insects like snails, slugs and carrions. However, this happens only with the tortoises that are in the wild. However, a this tortoise doesnt necessarily need a diet that contains animal proteins. You must take special care to feed this tortoise a diet that is rich in fiber and calcium. Vitamin D3 is also important for this tortoise and can be given to it in food if the natural sunlight is not provided. Young Herman tortoises have an attractive yellow and black shell. The backbone, ribs, shoulder blades and pelvis are all merged into the shell of the Herman tortoise.

The best tortoise house for the this species of tortoise is an outdoor enclosure. But care must be taken while building these outdoor enclosures to prevent the tortoise from escaping. If you plan to keep them indoors, necessary measures should be taken to provide them with a natural looking atmosphere. Also, this enclosure must be large enough with proper light and heat. A Herman tortoise is an adaptive and friendly reptile which makes them a great pet to have.

Corporate Gifts As Thank You Gifts To Sponsors

Giving thank you gifts to your corporate sponsors for an event is a matter of simple courtesy. Its a way of expressing appreciation, not to the company for their sponsorship, but to the people that made it happen for their efforts and assistance. Choosing those thank you corporate gifts can be tricky. You want to give a thank you gift thats personally useful without being too personal. It should be an item that can be given to each of your sponsors, and it should carry the name of the conference or the organization that sponsored it so that it also serves as a souvenir of the event.
One of the best places to find thank you gifts for your sponsors is through a supplier that provides corporate gifts and promotional items to industry and businesses. The corporate gifts that you choose are, in a very real way, promotional gifts they are meant to promote good feelings and support among those people who have extended themselves to help make your event a success. Companies that specialize in providing promotional items will also carry a range of corporate gifts that will be appropriate gifts to your sponsors.
While there are no hard and fast guidelines for choosing corporate gifts to show your appreciation to conference or event sponsors, there are some items and types of items that are always appreciated. If youre looking to corporate gifts to express your appreciation to your sponsors, here are some suggestions for items that are always appreciated and always appropriate.
Digital Corporate Gifts
Welcome to the digital age. High tech toys like USB drives, miniature digital cameras and MP3 players are items that have a high perceived value, but advances in technology have brought their prices into range with other high quality corporate gifts. Unlike many items that are often touted as corporate gifts, digital gifts are truly unisex. Most can be discreetly imprinted or engraved with your company or conference name, and nearly all are portable enough and useful enough that your gift recipients will use them on a daily basis.
Desktop Corporate Gifts
Items for the desktop are always appropriate corporate gifts, but be sure to make them distinctive when you want them to serve as sponsor thank you gifts. Stylish paperweights, and executive style desk calendar/clock combinations are excellent choices to use for this purpose. Theyre both stylish and useful, and serve as a permanent reminder of your gratitude for the efforts of your sponsor.
Apparel Corporate Gifts
Apparel gifts are often appropriate thank you gifts for corporate sponsors. Depending on the event, even a t-shirt featuring the event logo can be a lasting souvenir. For more important sponsors, though, you might invest in something with a higher perceived value fleece jackets, caps and embroidered golf shirts are all good choices.
Choosing a thank you gift for your sponsors is one of those little details that wont make or break your conference or event, but it can certainly make a difference in the way that its remembered by your sponsors and that will make a difference when its time to approach your former sponsors for another consideration.

Pets In The Classroom Program Enhances Curriculum

Having a classroom pet fosters skills like responsibility, nurturing and teamwork. Children develop a sense of respect for living creatures and a connection to the natural world. But, a classroom pet also provides countless ways to enhance curriculum in creative ways. Teachers have told Pets in the Classroom that they are amazed at how their students” interactions with their classroom pet inspire learning and creativity across numerous disciplines. With a little brainstorming and student input, teachers can transform their students” enthusiasm for the classroom pet into enthusiasm for science, language arts, math and fine arts.

Science is probably the first subject that comes to mind when thinking of integrating your classroom pet into the curriculum. Students can use the basic principles of science to observe, measure and record information about the classroom pet. Students can measure the pet”s size and weight, track growth, and record behavior patterns. Learning units of measurement can be fun when the class guinea pig is measured in centimeters and inches, and weight converted from pounds to ounces. Research your pet”s natural habitat, adaptation and diet, as well as how your pet grows and develops. What features are unique to reptiles, amphibians or fish? How does a baby bird develop in the egg and what happens after it hatches? The possibilities are endless.

Taking your students on a trip to the library is a great way to spark an interest in reading. You”ll find a wide variety of books – fiction and non-fiction- based on your classroom pet for students to take home and share with their family. They”ll get an early start on doing research and have fun finding new stories of animals just like theirs. If you haven”t selected your classroom pet yet, researching the various possibilities makes a wonderful classroom project that all of the students can contribute to. A classroom pet research project incorporates several different valuable learning skills, such as working within a group, researching, analysis of data and coming to a conclusion, as well as writing and creative skills. Students can also enhance their presentation skills by presenting their project to the classroom.

Teachers find that students love to write about their new “friend”, the classroom pet. Harness your students” fascination with your pet by having them write their own stories about the pet. Have them tell how they”d spend a day out with their new friend, or write daily journal entries about its life in the classroom. Stories about your classroom pet can be compiled into a special book to be shared with family and other classrooms. Weekly vocabulary lists can include words that pertain to your pet.

Creativity can blossom through art as well. Students love to express their feelings for classroom pets through art. Try having them create an image with markers or crayons and another with paint. Experimenting with different materials is a great way to get your students familiar with art. Another great creative project is to have your students create collages of pictures and facts about their animal. This is a great way for them to express themselves while having fun incorporating information about their new friend.

These are just a few of the ways a classroom pet can enhance the curriculum and inspire learning through a child”s special bond with an animal.

Why Do So Many People Keep Pets

Have you ever wondered about this? I don’t know for sure, but with the relatively sudden appearance of a plethora of super pet stores and the burgeoning growth of the industry in general, my guess is that it might have something to do with people wanting to decrease the stress that plagues all of us.

Personally, we do not have any pets, because we have no timeor spacefor them and don’t want the extra work and responsibility.

But many people, especially those with children at home, for some reason do wish to care for one or more pets. And I realize that some parents simply yield to the “want ones” from their kids. And that’s okay, as long as they also teach those kids the responsibility that goes along with pet ownership. Sadly, many don’t.

Some single people seem to acquire pet(s) as a status symbol or as a means of meeting someone by establishing an excuse to speak to someone while out walking or running.

Still others are simply lonely and dote on their pet(s) as they might dote on a mate if they had one.

Now, you would think that anyone who has or would be thinking about acquiring a pet, especially a relatively large one, would already be a home owner, wouldn’t you? Well, if that’s what you think, you would be wrong!

How do I know that?

Because I’m a property manager, and it just boggles my mind the number of people who call and ask if we accept pets. We have both single rooms and one-bedroom apartments, but that doesn’t seem to faze these people.

I mean, some of these people have not one large dog or cat, but several . . . and they expect someone to rent them a small room or apartment? Makes you wonder what goes through their minds (if anything)!

Don’t get me wrong. I love cuddly animals and have had many pets in years past . . . but always in a house with a yard that we owned. And our dogs did their business in our yard, not on public grounds.

Then, of course, there are those home owners (or home renters, as the case may be), who allow their dogs to become nuisances in otherwise quiet neighborhoods. They bark incessantly for hours at a time, to the apparent unconcern of their owners, and disturb others’ peace.

Years ago, I remember resorting to sleeping with a box fan on “high” just so that I could get to sleep, because of a neighbor’s “pet.” When I complained to that neighbor, she told me that their Border Collie was a “watch” dog . . . really? How would they ever know if someone was intruding, because the dog barked non-stop? She could not have cared less if neighbors were being disturbed!

Again, the question is, why do these people insist on harboring these animals at the expense of their neighbors’ peace and quiet?

Could it be that this somehow relieves their stress? I do not see how that would be possible, and it certainly adds to the stress of their neighbors!

But caring for an animal does seem to contribute to the happiness and peace of mind of many. I know, for instance, of a nursing home where an Irish Setter roams the halls and brings joy and happiness to the faces of the folks there.

Finally, I know of several couples who have reached the point in their relationships where they seem to just tolerate each other, and their pets are mutually enjoyed so that they have sort of a “substitute” to fill in the gaps that are wanting in their relationships.

It is as if these kinds of people transfer their affection for another human being to the pet kingdom, and they’re losing a lot in the end.

Loving animals is one thing. Giving them precedence over human beings is quite another. Everything should be done in moderation.