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New Zealand’s newest free pet magazine

Tuesday 4 October 2016

New Zealand’s newest free pet magazine

Pet Life magazine is a free pet publication that will be available to readers this coming summer, with their first issue due December 2016.

The magazine will be available across New Zealand with 10, 000 printed copies distributed to vet clinics, pet stores, libraries and pet friendly establishments. The magazine will also be available to read online.

Pet Life Ltd was started in December 2015 and over the past year managing director Amy Scott-Thomas has been raising their social media profile, producing a monthly electronic publication called “Pet Life SnipPET” and working on an open and honest business plan.

“Our mission is to create a free and informative publication for all pet owners to enjoy, while also giving back to animal welfare charities in New Zealand” says Dr Scott-Thomas.

They are committed to donating 15% of their net profit to New Zealand animal charities, as they understand the important roles these groups play in rescuing and rehoming pets that have found themselves in unfortunate situations.

The team at Pet Life Ltd are collaborating with like-minded animal lovers and businesses and are extremely excited about their upcoming publication.

“Interest in our magazine has been really positive and we are thankful to those that have supported us by spreading the word about Pet Life Ltd and our upcoming Pet Life magazine.”

Pet Life Ltd welcome enquiries from pet related businesses that would like to learn more regarding advertising options or becoming a distribution outlet.


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