Doggy Hair Nets and
Petworking on the Net
Fred Rembert the CEO of Doggy Hair Net is not afraid to let his passion shine through. In this interview you will hear about Fred’s wonderful love of animals, zest for life and about his wonderful Doggy Hair Nets. All pet owners who struggle with what to do when your beloved pet keeps leaving hair everywhere, might want to listen up. We love them, but we HATE the hair everywhere. What can we do? Well, glad you asked. You must give this show a listen and find out how one man turned his love of animals, his passion for a clean house into a thriving business that helps all in the name of love.
This story alone will make you a fan of Mr. Rembert, but after you hear his story of his amazing rescue of his dog Macie from an animal shelter you heart will be overjoyed that there are great people like friend in our world and making it a better place today! Make sure you give a listen and then head to doggy hairnet to find out how you might receive a free Doggy Hair Net for you pet! www.petnetplace.com Enjoy the show!
Lisa Fimberg has done it! She is the Mother of social networking for our pets. We know we have your attention now. Lisa has figured out a way to blend our love of animals with our thirst for informative and up to date information about our pets.
Lisa wanted Petpav to be a site that was foremost social networking and then informational. A site that covers everything pet related. This is a forum to get advice directly from other pet owners. An owner can put a picture and profile of their pet on the site and choose not to post their own picture if he or she decides not to. he site is fun, upbeat, ageless and an interactive place for you and your pets! Kids, teens, even mature adults can put pictures of their pets on the site and tell their stories. No matter how you look at it, it’s just FUN!
Fred Rembert or as his friends call him “Freddy” has always had a passion for life and loves living it to the fullest. Cooking, music and chess are just a few of is passions, but the love of his life besides his darling wife is Macie his beloved dog. His love of animals led him to adopt Macie from an animal shelter several years ago. Out of this love, one could say “for the love of Macie”, Fred created the Doggyhairnet. The doggy hairnet was born out of pure frustration of vacuuming shedding hair constantly. Seeing how well the outfit worked on Macie, they wondered if there were other dog lovers that were experiencing the same pain and frustration of constant hair everywhere. And if so, how could they benefit from their creation? Then the adventure started with he and his wife venturing into their first business by designing and taking to market the first ever Doggyhairnet. They had no plans on starting a business. However, after friends and family started asking for outfits they knew they were on to something.
In 2010, They started offering Doggyhairnets. Fred says, “Thanks for taking the time to get to know a little about me…” but we always love fellow pet lovers that create a product to allow us to live the lifestyles we desire by making life with our pets just that much more wonderful.
Lisa Fimberg has owned and loved pets throughout her life. They have always been an integral part of her ‘family’. She has also done volunteer work for different pet causes and animals in need.
Lisa worked in real estate for ten years while also pursuing a creative stint in screenwriting. She enjoyed her various real estate positions and continued to thrive in her career when the recession hit. Finding herself out of work and with few opportunities available, she decided to start her own business. The question was what kind of business.
And then, one day, she was looking on the internet because she needed some advice on her cat Sammy’s (her beloved child) unruly night time habits. She also wanted to find a good local Veterinarian. She looked up different sites and while some were informational, none of the sites had a social component that she found was appealing. She wanted to ask other cat owners their experience and share other questions and answers.
Out of her love for pets, her creative and business background, Lisa decided to start a pet social network. Once she planned to move forward, she was excited for this new venture and jumped in head first! And that is how petpav.com came to fruition.
Petpav (short for Pet-Pavilion) is a site that is foremost networking and then informational. A site that covers everything pet related. This is a forum to get pet advice directly from other pet owners. Lisa also writes weekly articles on pet care, pet advice and pet news to keep all of her members informed.
Petpav just celebrated their first year as a pet social network. Lisa loves her new venture and looks forward to seeing how Petpav continues to grow.