Pet selling – Oogutiyuushi Thu, 23 Jun 2022 18:09:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Pet selling – Oogutiyuushi 32 32 Morrisons is selling frozen dog treats to keep pets cool in the summer heat Thu, 23 Jun 2022 08:15:45 +0000

Supermarket chain Morrisons has announced it is selling dog popsicles to keep them cool this summer. Costing £5 for a six-pack, Woof & Brew Ice Pops are made with natural, plant-based ingredients and developed in partnership with vets.

Typically selling for £6 on Amazon and specialist pet retailers, customers can save 20% by heading to Morrisons to pick up a pack. Pet charity Blue Cross recommends keeping pets cool by using delicious frozen treats and popsicles are a perfect option.

Dogs cannot sweat through their skin like humans and rely on panting and the release of heat from their paws and nose to regulate their body temperature.

Jaymie Broughton, Morrisons pet care and treats buyer, said: “With the summer expected to be hot, we want to help customers look after their pets and make sure no one is running out of s fun in the sun. These Woof & Brew Paw Pops are great for cooling dogs down in the heat and are the cheapest on the market.

To help customers stock up for the summer, Morrisons has slashed prices on more than 75 home-branded products and will offer many more ‘when they’re gone’ deals, on toys, accessories and pet bedding as part of its pet event. , until Sunday, July 10.

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]]> Michael Rubin sells stake in Philadelphia 76ers Wed, 22 Jun 2022 15:25:25 +0000

Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin is selling his 10% stake in the company that owns the Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils to pursue new business ventures that would otherwise conflict with owning a sports team professional,” Rubin said in a statement Wednesday.

“As our Fanatics business has grown, the hurdles I must overcome to ensure our new ventures do not conflict with my responsibilities as co-owner of the Sixers have also grown,” Rubin said. said in a press release. “With the launch of our Trading Cards and Collectibles business earlier this year – which will have individual contracts with thousands of athletes worldwide – a soon-to-be-launched sports betting operation, these new ventures will directly conflict with sports league ownership rules.”

Rubin, 49, was part of the ownership group led by Joshua Harris and David Blitzer that bought the 76ers in 2011 for $280 million. The group then bought the Devils in 2013 for $320 million. Harris and Blitzer then formed the company Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment in 2017 to serve as the parent company for its various properties.

Rubin, who has a net worth of $8 billion, according to Forbes, told Fox Sports’ Yaron Weitzman that he began planning to sell his stake in the company over the past 18 months. Meanwhile, Fanatics reached a valuation of $18 billion in September 2021 – 10 years after Rubin acquired the online retailer of licensed apparel, equipment and other sports merchandise in 2011.

Fanatics has agreements with several professional sports leagues for its licensed products, but the foray into sports betting and individual partnerships with athletes could conflict with collective bargaining rules.

“Fanatics just got to a size where it’s no longer possible for me to run it and officially be part of the Sixers,” Rubin told Weitzman. “No one came up to me and said, ‘Hey, Michael, you have to sell. It was clear based on these companies [that] we have no choice but to sell.”

Rubin, who reportedly tried to buy the Carolina Panthers in 2018, has “no interest” in buying another team in the future, according to Weitzman.

Rubin’s connection to the NBA and the Sixers

Rubin grew up watching the Sixers in Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania — just 14 miles from Philadelphia. He eventually met former NBA commissioner David Stern when he convinced Stern to accept a deal between the NBA and Rubin’s former company, Global Sports Incorporated, per Weitzman.

Rubin also has personal relationships with members of the 76ers, including Joel Embiid and James Harden, the latter of whom sparked reports of a possible tampering investigation after Philadelphia acquired Harden from the Brooklyn Nets last season. The NBA never looked into the allegations, however.

“When you’re lucky enough to be part of an ownership group that buys a sports franchise, you have one primary responsibility to your city: to win championships,” Rubin said in his statement. “Like all of you, I’m obviously disappointed that we haven’t accomplished that yet. However, I think the team is very well positioned with a world-class ownership group, led by Josh Harris and David Blitzer, a forward dynamic office and coaching staff, and an incredible group of star players who are more determined than ever to bring the City of Philadelphia a title.”

Michael Rubin (right) will no longer be a co-owner of the Philadelphia 76ers. (Photo by Matteo Marchi/Getty Images)

Trader fined for selling expired Polish sausages Wed, 22 Jun 2022 02:00:00 +0000

A trader has been fined for selling expired food and failing to label other items correctly.

Nottingham City Council’s environmental health team said Mohammed Sharif, 30, of Chadwick Road, Forest Fields, Nottingham, pleaded guilty at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court to two counts relating to the sale of ready-to-eat sausages and three related to product information not provided. In English.

The council said the items were on sale at the Iced Fire store, on Laurie Avenue, Nottingham, between May and July last year.

He said a Polish Sokolow sausage was seven days past its best before date, giving organisms such as listeria time to grow to “very high levels”.

He also said a lack of mandatory food information in English meant things like allergens in some food products on sale would not have been highlighted.

Likewise, he said, storage and cooking instructions should also be in English to ensure food is cooked and stored correctly.

The council said: “Businesses selling food must provide basic information in English, including the name of the product, the list and amount of ingredients, anything that could trigger allergies, an expiry date and storage details, country of origin and name and address of manufacturer or importer.

By way of mitigation, he said the court heard that Mr Sharif had acknowledged there had been long-standing issues, but had now hired an additional employee with new procedures for controlling the quality in place.

He said checks were made when stock was delivered and anything not labeled in English or close to its expiry date was not sold.

The court heard the offenses took place at a time when Mr Sharif was the only person working in the store and shortly after his father died. There have been no problems in the past eight months.

A spokesman said: ‘Although the power to make a restraining order was brought to the attention of the court by counsel, he chose not to make one on this occasion despite accepting that the he case was serious and that the authority had spent time working with the defendant. .

“A restraining order would prevent the company from trading.

“The magistrates however indicated that if the defendant were to appear again in court, he could be subject to such an order.”

Council said Mr Sharif had been fined £1,600 and will have to pay council’s investigation costs of £3,528.96, legal costs of £810 and a victim fine surcharge of £160 imposed by the tribunal.

]]> Carmel City Council votes to ban pet stores from selling cats and dogs – Indianapolis Business Journal Tue, 21 Jun 2022 04:44:54 +0000

Carmel City Council voted 7-1 Monday night to ban the sale of cats and dogs in pet stores, even though none currently do so within city limits.

Councilman Adam Aasen sponsored the amendment to the city’s animal cruelty ordinance, while Councilor Laura Campbell voted alone against the amendment.

The ordinance previously stated that pet stores in Carmel could not source animals from puppy mills, while the amendment goes further by preventing stores from selling cats and dogs. Businesses that violate the order could be fined up to $2,500 per violation or closed for multiple violations.

Aasen acknowledged that there was no pet store in Carmel that sold cats and dogs. However, he said he wanted to take proactive steps to ensure that puppy and kitten mill animals could not be sold to Carmel in the future.

“I think it’s much wiser to anticipate a problem rather than having to act when you have a business going and you’re dealing with people losing their jobs and legal bills from the city” , did he declare. “It’s much cleaner and easier.”

In 2021, Illinois joined California, Maryland, Maine and Washington in banning the retail sale of cats and dogs. About 400 cities and towns in 30 states also have similar bans, according to the Humane Society of the United States.

John Troyer, who is president of the Northeast Chapter of the Indiana Council for Animal Welfare, was one of many who voiced opposition to the amendment at Monday’s meeting. He used Illinois as an example of where he said a ban had unintended consequences.

“We’ve learned from other states that have banned pet stores, and what we deal with when that happens is people hide (their activities) harder,” Troyer said.

Other stakeholders expressed concerns for the livestock industry. Aasen said nothing will change for herders in the city and animal husbandry is still allowed. He said pet stores would still be able to provide rescue organizations with space for adoptable cats or dogs.

“We have stores joining in rescues, but no business will go bankrupt,” Aasen said. “Nothing is changing in the town of Carmel for any of the ranchers.”

Correction: A previous version of this story incorrectly identified the Carmel City Council member who voted against the ordinance. The member was Laura Campbell, not Sue Finkam.

BBB: Watch out for this scam when selling via Marketplace Mon, 20 Jun 2022 16:35:35 +0000

Selling unwanted items in your home to earn extra money is easier than ever, thanks to social media platforms that offer the service. In recent years, Facebook Marketplace has grown in popularity, competing with eBay and Craigslist. But the Better Business Bureau warns that there are reports of fraudulent activity on the Marketplace site here in Kansas that uses Google Voice verification.

How verification

the scam works

For those unfamiliar with Google Voice, it’s a phone number through which you can make calls or send text messages from a web browser or mobile device. One number works across all your devices and can even be set up using one of your existing phone numbers. A scammer’s goal is to set up their own Google Voice number using your information so they can use it anonymously (or disguised as you) when trying to scam other people. .

The scam works like this:

• You place an ad trying to sell an item, or perhaps you find a lost pet.

• The scammer contacts you and claims that he just wants to verify that you are a real person first, sometimes claiming that he himself has been scammed in the past.

• They ask you to send them your phone number.

• Alternatively, they can send you a text message with a Google Voice verification code, then asking you to send that code to them, replying on the platform you listed your item on.

• They then create a Google Voice number linked to your phone number.

A scammer may be looking for a Google verification code only or may want additional information about you. Once they have enough information about you, they can access your accounts or open new ones in your name.

Do this to avoid the scam

Remember these tips to thwart the schemes of dishonest scammers:

• Protect your personal information. You don’t have to give your phone number to anyone to make a sale in the online marketplace. Never give it to someone you don’t know. Never put your phone number in public social media posts.

• Know the red flags of a scam. A deal that sounds too good to be true is precisely too good to be true. Pressure for a quick deal should be ignored. Someone who overpays you is setting you up for a scam.

• Understand market politics. Most online marketplaces discourage any transaction outside of the platform. (Scammers often try to get you off the site to process.)

A marketplace has guidelines for verifying sellers and buyers – stick to them. This may include the use of specific payment methods. (Do not accept checks or money orders. Remember that if you deposit an NSF check, the bank will hold you responsible for any dishonour.)

If you are a victim

If you’ve ever been a victim of the Google Voice scam, you can recover your Voice number. Do an online search for “how to recover my Google Voice number” for a link provided by Google.

Report the scam to the Federal Trade Commission at Also report it to BBB Scamtracker at

For all other questions about buying and selling on Facebook Marketplace or other platforms, contact BBB at 800-856-2417 or visit the website.

Petition: Tell Nike and Puma to stop selling kangaroo leather products Sun, 19 Jun 2022 13:06:30 +0000

While most people know that cowhide is used for leather, many don’t realize that the same is true for kangaroo skin. This industry is another extremely sad example of animal exploitation at the hands of humans. Millions of kangaroos are slaughtered every year. Their flesh is minced for pet food, and Nike will turn their skin into high-end football boots. These kangaroos are uprooted from the wild and stolen from their families, all because companies like Nike and Puma want to make a profit.

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Although California has banned the sale and import of products made with kangaroo skin, Nike, Puma and several other companies have violated this ban. A survey by the Center for a Humane Economy found that 93% of “dominant” online retailers were “illegally” shipping kangaroo leather products to California, the Guardian reported. They must face the repercussions of their actions. Kangaroos are Australia’s icon and one of the world’s most loved species and they desperately need our help. Sign this petition if you want Nike and Puma to do the right thing and obey California law and tell them to stop selling kangaroo leather products in the state.

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What to do before, during and after selling a house Sat, 18 Jun 2022 11:12:08 +0000

When you’re about to sell your home, there’s a lot to think about.

You need to decide what price to set, how much work you want to do on the house yourself, and what kind of marketing strategy you will use. In this blog post, we will discuss all of these things and more! We’ll help you prepare for the sale, navigate the process, and know what to do once the sale is final. Selling a home can be stressful, but with our help it can be a little easier!


Consider selling your home to cash buyers

If you’re considering selling your home to cash buyers, there are a few things you need to know. Cash buyers are typically investors looking to buy properties at a lower price and then fix them up and sell them for a profit or rent them out.

Because they are buying with cash, they can often close the deal much faster than if you were to sell through a real estate agent. Another thing to think about is the increase in the number of We Buy House businesses operating in Charlotte, North Carolina, Los Angeles, California, and other major metropolitan areas across the country. And, since they’re usually looking for properties that need work, you may not have to do any repairs or updates before you sell.

However, there are a few things you need to keep in mind when working with cash buyers. First, because they’re buying at a discount, you’ll likely make less money on the sale than if you were to go through a real estate agent.

Second, you need to be sure to do your research on any cash buyer you are considering working with. There are a lot of scams out there and you don’t want to take advantage of them.

Finally, make sure you have all your paperwork in order before selling. This includes things like a mortgage statement, proof of insurance, and any other relevant documentation.

Prepare your home for open days

When preparing your home for potential buyers, there are a few key things to keep in mind. First, declutter and depersonalize as much as possible. This will help buyers see the home as their own potential space, rather than being distracted by personal items.

Second, make sure the house is clean and free of pet or food odors. Finally, staging can go a long way in making your home more attractive to buyers. Consider hiring a staging professional or at least rearranging the furniture to create more attractive vignettes.

During the open day

Once you’ve done everything to prepare your home, it’s open house time! Greet each potential buyer as they arrive and be sure to point out any features of the home that seem particularly appealing to you. If you feel comfortable doing so, you can even take a short tour.

However, it’s important to respect the buyers’ space and not get high – they should feel free to look around at their own pace. Finally, make sure you have your contact information handy in case buyers have questions or want to follow up after the open house.

Perform simple repairs

Before you put your home on the market, take a look around and make any simple repairs that are needed. This can include anything from fixing a leaky faucet to painting chipped baseboards. By taking care of these small repairs, you can show potential buyers that your home has been well maintained.

If you can’t do the repairs yourself or don’t have the time, you can hire a professional handyman or home stager to help you. Just be sure to get an estimate of the cost of repairs before deciding whether or not to have them done.


Complete all necessary paperwork when you sold your home

You will need to complete a number of different forms and applications when you sell your home. Your real estate agent or lawyer can help you with this process. You will also need to provide the buyer with a copy of the title deed and any other relevant documents. Once everything is in order, you can sign the contract and hand over the keys to the new owner.

It’s important to make sure everything is in order before you sell your home. This will help avoid any problems or delays later. If you are unsure of anything, it is always best to seek professional advice. Selling your home can be a stressful time, but if you are prepared and organized, everything will go much better. Good luck!

Be sure to change your address

Selling your home can be a hectic and stressful process, but there are some things you can do to make it go more smoothly. An important thing to remember is to change your address with the post office and other agencies once you have sold your home. This will ensure that you continue to receive important mail and avoid confusion down the road.

It’s also a good idea to forward your mail to your new address a few weeks before you move. This will give you time to change your address with everyone and make sure all your mail is going to the right place. Once you’ve moved, be sure to update your contact information with friends and family, so they know how to reach you.

Selling your home can be a big change, but it doesn’t have to be stressful. By taking care of some important details in advance, you can ease the transition and enjoy your new home worry-free.

Look for a new home

If you are looking for a new home, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, you will want to find a good real estate agent. They can help you find the right home and negotiate the best price. Second, be prepared to make an offer. You will need to have your finances in order and be prepared to act quickly. Finally, be patient. The process may take some time, but it’s worth it to find the perfect home.

Selling your home can be a big undertaking, but if you’re prepared and organized, it can go a lot easier. By taking care of some important details in advance, you can ease the transition and enjoy your new home worry-free. Good luck!

This Kim Kardashian-Approved Brand Sells Pet Detangling Brushes – SheKnows Fri, 17 Jun 2022 15:25:52 +0000

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Kim Kardashian’s stylist has revealed her secret weapon for achieving the Hulu star’s perfectly smooth locks. And no, it’s not a hard-to-find (or overpriced) hair care product that’s impossible to replicate. In fact, the super-popular brand Tangle Teezer’s Ultimate Styler that he used is just a click away on Amazon – and now the Kim Kardashian-endorsed hair brand is also launching an affordable detangling brush for hair. your pet.

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The Pet Teezer is available for purchase on Amazon, and the prices are unbeatable. Blue/pink, orange/navy, and pink/yellow brushes are $14, while a lilac/yellow and navy/sky blue brush is just $12. The highly rated brush features a simplistic design and two-tier technology that allows pet owners to brush their dog’s hair quickly and gently – no more tugging or tugging – removing hair loose from top and undercoat.

The game-changing pet brush can be used on wet or dry fur. It’s especially handy for double-coated dog breeds like Pomeranians and Huskies, with the longer teeth shedding dirt while the shorter teeth pick up loose hair. Since grooming our dogs can sometimes feel like a never-ending chore, the Pet Teezer was designed to fit the wrist of pet owners – the ergonomic shape reduces strain on your wrist while brushing for those brushing sessions extra long with your pup.

Because cleaning up pet hair is a constant chore at the top of every fur parent’s to-do list, the Tangle Teezer brand has made its pet detangling brush an easy-to-sanitize brush. After brushing your pet, remove the hair from the teeth of the Pet Teezer and rinse the brush with warm water. Once it’s done, let it try – hair side up.

Aldi is selling a must-have cooling duvet for hot summer nights Fri, 17 Jun 2022 13:52:30 +0000

A driver has been handed an ‘absolutely appalling’ fine after paying more than £1,800 for narrowly overtaking a cyclist.

Seventy-seven-year-old Wayne Humphreys had to shell out £1,887 and got four points on his license after footage showed him narrowly overtaking a cyclist in his Audi Q8 in Bridgend, South Country Wales, in September last year.

The cyclist captured the incident on a GoPro camera and later reported Humphreys to traffic enforcement teams.

The warehouse boss was contacted by officials and offered him a course as an alternative to prosecution for driving without care and attention.

GoSafe Wales

However, he did not accept the course and subsequently failed to comply with a fixed penalty notice, which caused him to appear at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court on June 8 this year.

There Humphries was found guilty of driving without care and attention and received four penalty points on his license as well as a £1,152 fine. He was also ordered to pay £620 in costs to the CPS and a victim fine surcharge of £115.

The driver, however, continued to maintain his innocence and called the decision “absolutely appalling”.

He said, according to ITV News: “I think the fine is absolutely appalling. I’m seventy-seven and the last fine I had was between thirty-five and forty years ago for going 34 miles an hour in a 30 zone. … Other than that, I’ve never had a fine and I’ve had a license for sixty years.”

Humphreys said he and his son measured the route in Bridgend and felt the gap it gave the cyclist was sufficient and safe.

He said: “Taking into account the rider and his bike, there would still have been at least four feet of space.

“I find it absolutely unbelievable that this happened. I don’t know if I should appeal or not. It will probably cost me more money.

“It’s already cost me around £4,500 with court and solicitor money. It doesn’t make sense to me.

A GoSafe spokesperson said: “The driver, Wayne Humphreys, from Pontyclun, has been contacted and offered a lesson.

“The ‘What’s Driving Us’ course is offered to drivers and passengers as an alternative to being sued for driving without care or attention. Mr. Humphreys did not accept this course and subsequently failed to comply with a notice of fixed fine.

“GoSafe regularly receives similar submissions via Op Snap and has worked closely with drivers and cycling groups to develop Operation Close Pass, which aims to educate drivers and cyclists on how to stay safe on our roads.

“If you have information about a close-by incident or other possible traffic violation, you can submit the details, along with supporting images, to GoSafe using Operation SNAP. “

]]> New survey reveals lessons for selling services — and succeeding — to an increasingly multicultural America Thu, 16 Jun 2022 14:48:00 +0000

NEW YORK, June 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The 2020 census marked a shift toward a multicultural America: While white (non-Hispanic) Americans still made up the majority – 61.6% – of the US population, population growth over the decade was almost entirely driven by non-white minority groups, with Hispanics/Latin Americans alone accounting for more than half of the growth between 2010 and 2020.

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Spending on symbols of success is universal, but the definition of success varies in an increasingly multicultural America.

“More than half of young Americans now identify as non-white,” said Ivan Pollard, Center Manager, Marketing and Communications at The Conference Board. “But that doesn’t mean ethnicity – or any other facet of demographics – is fate. Rather, brands succeed in capturing the complex intersection of race, ethnicity, age, gender, income, etc., which define consumer identity – and form consumer choice.”

Access the latest research in The Conference Board Multicultural Consumer Survey series. To understand How ethnic identity is reflected in service purchases, the project surveyed 2,000 multicultural U.S. households to uncover their consumer attitudes, preferences and behaviors, including identity expression and sustainability considerations in travel decisions. This is the second in a series of multicultural consumer surveys, following the full 2021 Goods Report.

“The data we collected provides insight into how every business should think about engaging their customers in a demographically diverse America,” Tadpole added. “In the realm of services, these diverse attitudes impact everything from travel plans and leisure activities to restaurants, healthcare, financial services, education, childcare, pet care, fitness, etc., including online and physical shopping channels.”

The results of this latest research are presented in a summary report, Multicultural Consumer Survey: Servicesand the accompanying deep dive on Closing the Gaps in U.S. Financial Services. Among the key information:

  • The rise of commerce as an expression of identity. Growing cohorts of Americans are likely to use services to express their ethnic identity, especially high-income Black and Latino consumers and people under 35 in all minority groups (with money to spend ). This leaves companies from a wide range of service industries – including not only digital media, restaurants, travel, personal care and out-of-home entertainment, but also education and fitness, among others – well positioned to consider refining their customer experiences. to respond to the desire for ethnic expression of their multicultural audience.

    “In this era of self-expression, brands with a holistic and committed diversity strategy can tap into consumers’ desire to express their ethnic heritage through their purchases,” said Denise Dahloffsenior researcher at the Conference Board. “It can help brands reach young consumers in particular, including those from traditionally less expressive cultures who are acculturated to the United States and even young white people who, surrounded by diverse peers, seem inspired to express their own cultural identity. .”

  • Spending on symbols of success is universal, but the definition of success varies. Spending on services, including education and financial investments, can be partly determined by what consumers view as success in life. Yet, no definition of success is universal. For example, for Latino consumers, owning a home and business and sending their kids to college means more success than it looks for other consumer segments. For Asian consumers, who generally favor higher income groups, the financial achievements are relatively greater. This is reflected in their increased use of banking, investment, insurance and financial advisory services compared to other groups.

  • Lack of financial services. As explored in our in-depth financial services report, low- and middle-income Black and Hispanic respondents are generally more likely to use various forms of non-traditional financial services compared to their Asian and white peers at similar income levels. These non-traditional services, from payday loans to cryptocurrencies, often carry substantial risk.

    “Financial service providers have significant leeway to increase their engagement with Black and Latino consumers, even among high-income consumers in these groups,” said Conference Board Chief Economist Dana Peterson“For financial institutions, closing these gaps can mean reaching a lucrative market currently untapped by banking services.”

  • Non-white Americans, especially those in higher income groups, express the most interest in environmentally friendly transportation for travel, as well as accommodation—providing tour operators with a clear focus of sustainable options. Typically, higher-paying consumers within a given racial and ethnic group are more open to sustainability calls than their lower-paying counterparts.

  • What consumers value most about offline and online shopping differs by age, income, and ethnicity. This information can help retailers refine their channel design, targeting, and messaging. For example, for younger shoppers, brick-and-mortar stores provide a forum for socializing, while older shoppers primarily enjoy the traditional conveniences of stores to inspect products in person and instantly acquire items.

    The ability to save time by buying online is particularly appealing to Latino and Asian shoppers. The entertainment aspects of a brick-and-mortar store are more likely to appeal to the Latino segment as well as younger white shoppers, and the opportunity to socialize with family/friends appeals to general black shoppers as well as generally younger consumers. especially non-white consumers. These preferences may also be related to other factors such as place of residence and marital status.

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