These are exciting time for pet loving people due to the plethora of available informative media options based on entertaining and educational content. According to the Time magazine Technology section article ‘The Beast with a Billion Eyes’, YouTube has grown to an impressive “more than four billion page views per day”. With YouTube being so omnipresent (I even have a hyperlink to my YouTube page on PatrickMahaney.com), I often speculate what is going to be the ‘next big thing’.
Celebrity dog trainer, Laura Nativo, will provide the Petsami audience with an evolving and entertaining series of animal-centric topics shared from our beloved dogs’ perspective. Nativo’s canine companion, Preston Casanova, will be integrally involved and states “I’m honored to join the Petsami menagerie. I’m excited to work with my sister, Penelope, to create a show that will make people laugh and inspire humans to provide the best pet care possible.”
Nativo gives us insight as to the vision behind Petsami and what audiences can expect at the January 23, 2012 site launch.
“Petsami is the first entertainment network for pets, by pets. I am thrilled to be working with YouTube, Fishbowl Media, and legendary television producer Vin Di Bona (America’s Funniest Home Videos) on this exciting new channel of original programming, and hilarious animal clips sourced from the epic America’s Funniest Home Video UGC library. I am honored to join the Petsami family as Creative Director, producing content that we hope will not only move pet lovers to tears (of laughter), but inspire pet parents to help their four-legged loves live the happiest, healthiest lives possible and become further involved in the animal wellness community”.
Nativo and Preston Casanova would love for you join the Petsami pets network. Just sign up via email on the site by looking for the link on Petsami looks like this:
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