Pet Resolutions

As is evidenced by all the dog shaming going on, it's clear us humans are not the only ones who should make some resolutions this time of year.

We'd like to spin things Positively so, we've created #PetResolutions: a way for you to share your pets' aspirations for better behavior in the new year! Whether they're going to kick a bad habit, learn a new trick, tackle a fear or phobia, try something new or just keep on bein' awesome - this is the place for them to commit to their promises for 2016.

Help your pet turn over a new leaf:

Take a photo of your pet with a sign showing their resolution (100 characters or less!)
Use the form on this page to upload the photo + your #PetResolution as the caption.
Share away! Encourage your pals to post their #PetResolutions too!

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One thought on “Pet Resolutions

  1. Jen: DOGthusiast&StylishCanine

    Just a heads up that refreshing the page after the resolution has been added submits it a second time (hence two of "Tig's" resolutions displaying). You may want to investigate this, and adjust the page so there is a way to submit a second resolution for another dog - I had to open an incognito window to escape the cookies in order to do so.

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