All February Long, PupSaver Will “Show Rescues Some Love”!

We are giving away copies of this amazing, informative pet adoption book with the purchase of PupSaver seats all month long (pssst…PupSaver even got a surprise shout out as a recommended safe travel product – how cool is that?!). Diane is a huge animal lover and her latest book is here to assist new or soon-to-be dog adopters and assuage the fears that can accompany the wonderful world of pet parenting. *Rescue adopters can especially benefit from the wealth of information in her easy to read, module-style book. From the author’s website:

“What to Expect When Adopting a Dog offers expert advice from rescue specialists, veterinarians, dog parents, and pet business owners with links to the best, most relevant articles from pet professionals, making this book a one-stop shop for all dog-related questions, before, during, and after adoption. There are thousands of dogs waiting for a loving home. This book educates a prospective dog parent on what to expect, helping to make the experience easier and more joyous.”

Fantastic! We just love this book and the woman who wrote it – we got to meet the author in California last year and what a special person she is! Her work is 100% about helping reduce the number of dogs – especially rescues – needing homes. What To Expect When Adopting A Dog adds to her growing collection of well-written and thoroughly researched literature on the subject of pet companionship. Kudos, Diane and thank you for ALL that you do for the animals :)



Want to purchase a copy of the book separately? Please follow this link:

*Non-profit rescue organizations are encouraged to contact PupSaver or Diane Rose-Solomon directly for info on book donations!

Having an educated pet adopter is a key to pet parenting success and this resource could mean the difference between a pup finding a forever home or being surrendered to a shelter.

We want to help avoid that heartbreaking scenario with this helpful tool.

Please email to receive donated copies!