Los Angeles, CA, March 07, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Match.com and Canine Colors recently teamed up to introduce the dating world to a new match making concept based on how well you match with your dog. On March 1st, Match.com ran a featured article about Canine Colors and its fresh new concept of color matching for canines: “Your Date vs. Your Dog”. To read more about Canine Colors and their new concept of Canine Match Making, visit www.match.com/magazine.
“Using four colors to differentiate canine personality types, Canine Colors is a fun, easy way for pet owners to learn more about themselves, their current canine companion and the type of personality they may be looking for in a new dog,” says Letitia Fox, Canine Compatibility Coach and author of the new book, Canine Colors.
Are you a sensitive "blue" individual considering adding a serious "gold" German Shepherd to your home? Or are you a serious, independent-thinking "green" living with a vivacious, active "orange"? Canine Colors wants to help you find out!
The mission of Canine Colors is to assist potential dog owners in acquiring a dog that is a match for their family based on the both human and the dog personality types. Canine Colors is all about self-discovery, the discovery of you and your dog’s true personalities, and learning how to prevent mismatches based on color matching. This simple model of personality identification takes the guesswork out finding a compatible canine companion.
Canine Colors isn't just for would-be dog owners, or those seeking a new dog. Canine Colors can also help current dog owners identify their personality type and the personality type of their dog to enhance the canine-human bond. Having a stronger understanding of what each individual needs will prevent behavior problems and help owners find solutions to potential mismatches.
Letitia Fox, Canine Compatibility Coach, and Bradley Phifer, Canine Behavior Consultant, are available for media interviews to discuss how Canine Colors can help you find yourself, find a dog or even find a date.
What: Letitia Fox and Bradley Phifer discuss how Canine Colors can help anyone, even celebrities, find their ideal Canine Match. Here are some examples of ideal matches identified by Canine Colors and Match.com:
Orange + Orange: This is sure to be a party! Go for it and get ready for a hangover. Leave extra water in the dog bowl.
Gold + Blue: You’re in for a classic date. Schedule a dog sitter
Green + Gold: Your time and intellect will be well valued. Don’t over think it and your canine will be pleased.
Blue + Orange: Make sure you are well-rested for this date because you are in for a ride. You may wan to leave Fluffy at home.
When: Letitia Fox and Bradley Phifer are available immediately for media interviews.
Who: Letitia Fox is the author of Canine Colors and a certified Canine Compatibility Coach with more than 10 years of experience in color matching in the workplace, in the classroom, and in the home. She is also the Executive Producer of the Live Show Events for True Colors, Inc., the parent company of Canine Colors.
Bradley Phifer, CPDT-KA, is a certified Canine Behavior Consultant with more than seven years of experience in his field. He is also the Director of Pet Behavior Services for Broad Ripple Animal Clinic & Wellness Center, and is the Headmaster at Bark Tutor School for Dogs.
How: To speak with Letitia Fox or Bradley Phifer, contact:
Office: (323) 225-8436
Direct: (310) 706-1438