Unleash a Free eCard Subscription for the Whole Family with Petzooba.com - the World’s First Photo-Personalizable eCard Community for Pet Lovers

What do a Dog quartet barking Happy Birthday, The Can-Can performed by a family of harmonious Hares and a Ninja cat who loves to steal hearts all have in common? Petzooba.com eCards. Petzooba is the world’s first eCard community where pet lovers have the option of Photo-Personalizing animated eCards by uploading their own pictures, pictures of their pets or sending pre-designed eCards. The Petzooba community also provides an outlet for subscribers to socialize and share.

Boca Rotan, FL, July 26, 2010 --(PR.com)-- And if you need more food fur thought, for a limited time Petzooba.com is offering an exceptional subscriber special. Anyone who registers for a one-year subscription between now and July 31st, 2010 will have the $9.95 annual fee waived for a full one year subscription.

“Petzooba is more than just eCards, it’s an amazing bonding experience for parents and kids who find a common creative outlet in customizing eCards. Whether commemorating a holiday, the loss of a pet, a retirement, a heartfelt apology, puppy love, or some good cheer during the dog days of summer, Petzooba eCards cover all the emotions for both the senders and the receivers,” says spokesperson and founding partner Mitch Wilder. Subscribers can send unlimited Photo-Personalized eCards to friends, family or an entire list of business associates at a fraction of the cost of traditional paper greetings and ever rising postage. With Petzooba.com, subscribers can send an eCard today or schedule deliveries up to one year in advance.

Petzooba Co-founder, Mitch Wilder has been a broadcast journalist for over 14 years and is the creator and host of the nationally syndicated television news feature “The Pet Report” and radio's "Amazing Pet Discoveries," which aired on Talk America, Radio America and CRN radio networks. Mitch specializes in comprehensive product reviews, industry trends, pet-proofing homes, pet etiquette, safeguarding pets, family and outsiders and more. A dedicated animal advocate, Wilder has also appeared as a guest expert on CNN, Headline News and over 50 other television news programs. For interview requests and other media inquires contact Mitch at mitchwilder@petzooba.com.

Mitch Wilder