Tv Sorrisi e Canzoni presents Cuccioli e Sorrisi, a new magazine for enthusiasts of cats, dogs & co, on newsstands this wek with the weekly edited by Aldo Vitali.
Cuccioli e Sorrisi will offer a monthly overview of how to care for pets, through more than 60 pages full of news, advice, stories and lively photographs.
Extensive space will be given to the most common pets that inhabit our homes, dogs and cats: insights and practical sections, along with the opinions of experts such as veterinarians and trainers, to help you understand how to choose, learn about and train your pets, and to live well with them in everyday situations.
The magazine is completed by paged with the latest news from the animal world, with a look also at less common pet species; the section “Books” for new reading suggestions; a story based on a literary classic with four-legged characters, and, finally, the comic adventures of two cute basset hound puppies “Baguette & Bonton”.
Also readers are invited to contribute by sending pictures of their pets on www.cuccioliesorrisi.com: the best shots will be published in the magazine.
Among the contents of the current issue is a focus on the relationship between dogs and children, and how to create a relationship that is healthy and stimulating for children’s development. In addition, all you need to know about vaccinations; a report on the most common plants that can pose a danger to pets, and the story of Mia, the canine star of the latest film with Laura Morante, told the dog trainer Massimo Perla.
Cuccioli e Sorrisi was created in collaboration with L’Arca di Noè, the official magazine of the TG5 programme, with the editorial support of Mozart, that also manages advertising sales.
The communication campaign will involve print media and in-store posters.
Cuccioli e Sorrisi will be on newsstands every month with the issue of of Tv Sorrisi e Canzoni at the price of €0.50.