Wellington, FL –April 12, 2010 - Animal Awareness is pleased to announce that it is now featuring a new homepage and introduction video at their website: www.animalawareness.com. This new homepage will make it easier for users to find all the information they are looking for, including articles and DVDs about home care procedures for canines and equines. Licensed Massage Therapist Jean-Pierre Hourdebaigt greets users with his new video and explains all that Animal Awareness has to offer.
"The precious feedback I got from our Animal Awareness community got me to ‘revamp’ our homepage,” said Hourdebaigt. “It is now more dynamic and more user friendly in order to access all our services, especially if you access our site from your iPhone application. You are going to love it!"
The left-hand side of the homepage at Animal Awareness offers links for information about clinics and events, as well as links to purchase books, videos, and posters developed by Hourdebaigt. The right-hand side of the homepage features links to the Canine Articles and Equine Articles, as well as links to information about Animal Awareness. In the middle of the homepage is a video by Hourdebaigt that welcomes users and explains his background and what his new website has to offer.
The newest addition to the homepage is a link to the new iPhone App, which is currently available at the iTunes store for download. This new app offers many of the exciting features that are currently included on the Animal Awareness website, and allows users to customize information specifically for their pet.
In the top left-hand corner of the website is an area to sign-up for the Animal Awareness Newsletter. For a limited time Animal Awareness is offering a coupon for $4.99 to anyone that signs up for the email updates on the homepage. The coupon can be used towards the purchase of the Introduction DVD package, which already features a special introduction offer for 20% off the purchase price.
Animal Awareness is a three-fold website offering a large collection of free articles that covers many topics pertaining to the home care from arthritis to muscle injuries and much more for canines and equines. It also features mini-DVDs, and a consultation with Hourdebaigt. The mini-DVDs offer 8-10 minutes of visual instruction for subjects such as massaging, stretching, and hydrotherapy.
For more information about Animal Awareness or the new iPhone App please visit www.animalawareness.com/
Photo Credit: Animal Awareness now features a new homepage and introduction video at their website. Photo Courtesy of the Client. Photograph may be used only in relation to this PMG press release.