Peter Gadiot: I’m a ‘pet shop boy’ for 800 pet meders
Pet shop boys and girls in the city of Detroit are using their newfound clout to lobby for the sale of their pet medics.
A new survey of more than 1,000 residents by the Pet Care Business Association of Detroit found that 47 percent of them use their position as a pet shop manager to advocate for pet supplies and services.
The study also found that 62 percent of those surveyed have received a discount for using their pet shop as a home office.
Many of the employees also use their positions to help other members of their community by offering to help people in need.
The association is urging members to do the same, in an effort to save lives and improve the lives of pet owners and pet owners’ friends and family.
The new survey found that 63 percent of respondents said that they would be willing to donate or donate money to a local animal shelter if they had the opportunity to do so.
The organization is also encouraging members to use their influence to encourage pet shops to stop using pet med-related ads.
Many pet shops advertise the products they sell in the pet shop by including pet med ads.
They can be as simple as the word “pet” or as elaborate as pictures of cats and dogs.
Pet med ads are often in magazines, newspapers and other publications.
Some of them can even be included in videos of pet-related commercials.
The Pet Care Association says that in the past, pet shops have used their position to promote their pet products to people in their communities.
The group also says that pet shop employees and pet shop associates have been using their position, and that this is a way to get attention for their pets.
In an effort that has been ongoing for some time, the association is offering discounts on pet products through their website, www.petcare.com.
Many people have been hesitant to use a pet store as a primary source of pet supplies, but Pet Care said it has heard from a variety of people who use their shop as an alternate source.
They have even heard that pet shops are considering offering discounts for using the store as an office for pet med students and staff.