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  • Most Expensive Dog Wedding Ever: Guinness Book of World Records

    Celebrity Dog Watcher - Digging up Celebrity Dog News - Arf!
    kevin
    13 Mar 2014 | 7:22 am
    The Most Expensive Dog Wedding Ever occurred last year between Baby Hope Diamond (a Coton de Tulear, right) and Chilly Pasternak (a poodle, left) to take the Guiness Book of World Records spot for the most expensive pet wedding ever at over $250k. The dog wedding took place at the Jumeriah Essex House Hotel in NC’s Central Park, organized by a celebrity wedding planner featured: $30,000 of flowers, a $6000 dog wedding gown, $5000 sushi spread, a $15,000 band. The ceremony was officiated by Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog. Attendees included Kanye West, Betty White, and Barbara Walters. My…
  • 9 Things to Pack for a Road Trip With Your Dog

    Lifestyle | Lifestyle
    30 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    Does the low price of gas these days have you planning a road trip with your dogs? Just last month, I drove from northern Virginia to Asheville, North Carolina, with my two pups, Autumn and Rocket. It was our first road trip together, and I was both excited and scared. To prevent any problems along the way, I put together a packing to-do list with help from AAA director of public relations and fellow pet parent, Heather Hunter. Use it for your next trip! Share this image My travel companions, Autumn and Rocket. 1. Identification Before you leave, consider getting your dogs microchipped. I…
  • The Pros and Cons of Installing an Electric Dog Fence in Your Yard

    The Three Dog Blog (read it or get licked)!
    Three Dog Blogger
    17 Jan 2015 | 2:27 am
    Today on the Dog Blog we have an interesting guest post from Mey over at DogFenceDIY. It’s certainly food for thought and I’d love to hear your opinions on this type of system of containment. When it comes to the safety of your dog, you can’t afford to cut any corners. It’s so important that your dog be able to exercise and explore in your yard, but they also need to be protected from their own blissful ignorance of the dangers in the outside world. Traditional fences and electronic dog fences are both viable options for keeping your dog on your property. More and more people,…
  • BISSELL® Turns Pet Messes Into Donations With #PetHappens

    The Pet Blog Lady - Celebrating Our Pets
    The Pet Blog Lady
    29 Jan 2015 | 9:53 am
    BISSELL Homecare, Inc. knows that life with pets can be messy, but it doesn’t have to stay that way. BISSELL is setting out to embrace pet messes, creating a lighthearted campaign around the dirtier side of being a pet parent—like fur balls and garbage raids. To educate consumers on helpful ways to eliminate the messes (and support pet causes), BISSELL launched the #PetHappens campaign. Through the campaign, BISSELL invites pet lovers to share their stories and photos of pet messes with #PetHappens on Twitter and Instagram from now until February 15, 2015. Each post tagged with…
  • 10 top ideas to keep your green dog busy and active during the winter months!

    Raise a Green Dog!
    Johann The Dog
    28 Jan 2015 | 6:22 am
    Snow can be a whole lot of fun as Gracie and I found last year on our mountain. We love playing snow fetch! But you can't stay out in that cold for very long, and us dogs need lots of exercise, both mentally and physically, to stay healthy and happy. So what do we do on cold, rainy and super snow days? We play lots of games inside, then when it's safe, we go out and have a good play in the snow Click on the title to read more!
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  • Pet Food Recall: J.J. Fuds Chicken Tender Chunks

    Ryan
    26 Jan 2015 | 7:33 pm
    The latest pet food recall wasn’t posted by the FDA.  Instead, it was found at PR Newswire and TruthaboutPetFood.com.  The official information: J.J. Fuds in Valparaiso, IN is recalling a select lot and product of J.J. Fuds Chicken Tender Chunks Pet Food because it has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Although healthy individuals may suffer only short-term symptoms such as high fever, severe headache,…
  • Oma’s Pride Recalls Purr Complete Feline Poultry Meal

    Ryan
    20 Jan 2015 | 6:39 pm
    Omaa’s Pride has recalled Purr Complete Feline Poultry Meal due to the risk of salmonella.  The report can also be found here. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE– January 16, 2015 – Oma’s Pride of Avon, CT is recalling Purr-Complete Feline Poultry Meal because it has the potential to be contaminated withSalmonella. Salmonellacan affect animals eating the products and there is risk to humans from handling contaminated pet products, especially if they have not thoroughly washed their hands after having contact with the products or any surfaces exposed to these products. Healthy people infected…
  • FDA Warning Letter to Purina PetCare

    Ryan
    19 Jan 2015 | 6:03 pm
    The latest update for pet food isn’t a recall, but it is still significant.  The FDA has issued a warning letter to Purina about FDA violations at one of their manufacturing plants.  The violations and the pet food products listed in the warning is below.  The official page with the letter can be found here. Dear Mr. Christoffersen: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) conducted an inspection of your low-acid canned food (LACF) manufacturing facility located at 2050 Pope Road, Allentown, PA, from September 15, 2014 through October 1, 2014. The inspection revealed that your firm…
  • Pet Food Recall: Barkworthies Chicken Vittles

    Ryan
    3 Jan 2015 | 6:59 pm
    The FDA report for the recall of select Barkworthies Chicken Vittles dog chews is below.  The recall is due to the potential Salmonella risk. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — December 24, 2014 — Richmond, VA — Barkworthies of Richmond, VA is recalling select lots of Barkworthies Chicken Vittles dog chews because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. Salmonella can affect animals eating the products and there is risk to humans from handling contaminated pet products, especially if they have not thoroughly washed their hands after having contact with the products or any…
  • Pet Food Recall: Roo Bites (Cubes) Pet Treats

    Ryan
    1 Jan 2015 | 6:03 pm
    Below is the official FDA statement on the recent pet food recall from Jump Your Bones, Inc.  The Roo Bites (Cubes) pet treats are being recalled due to potential salmonella contamination. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE– December 31, 2014 – Jump Your Bones, Inc. of Boca Raton, Florida is voluntarily recalling Jump Your Bones brand nameRoo Bites (Cubes)because it has the potential to be contaminated withSalmonella. No pet or consumer illnesses from this product have been reported to date. Salmonellacan affect animals eating the products and there is risk to humans from handling contaminated pet…
 
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    The Pet Blog Lady - Celebrating Our Pets

  • BISSELL® Turns Pet Messes Into Donations With #PetHappens

    The Pet Blog Lady
    29 Jan 2015 | 9:53 am
    BISSELL Homecare, Inc. knows that life with pets can be messy, but it doesn’t have to stay that way. BISSELL is setting out to embrace pet messes, creating a lighthearted campaign around the dirtier side of being a pet parent—like fur balls and garbage raids. To educate consumers on helpful ways to eliminate the messes (and support pet causes), BISSELL launched the #PetHappens campaign. Through the campaign, BISSELL invites pet lovers to share their stories and photos of pet messes with #PetHappens on Twitter and Instagram from now until February 15, 2015. Each post tagged with…
  • DOGS don't care, Dogs POO Everywhere - Perfect Book for Dog Lovers

    The Pet Blog Lady
    21 Jan 2015 | 6:39 pm
    Even a book about dog poo is bound to delight dog lovers of all kinds.  It's a must for my library, I tell ya!   Written and Illustrated by Lynn Chang This hilarious book can be enjoyed for kids of all ages & is about the dogs we love and their poo! See your favorite pets, Beagles, Pugs, Pitbulls, Greyhounds and more, doing what they do best. Full of zany, bright illustrations with an uproarious rhyme, this book is guaranteed to make you laugh...plus a percentage from each book sold will be donated to America's favorite pet rescues saving homeless dogs in need.  CLICK HERE…
  • Five Accessible Veterinary Innovations of 2014 - Guest Author

    The Pet Blog Lady
    14 Jan 2015 | 1:48 pm
    Guest Contributor - Kathryn Clappison of Trupanion This year, pets across North America have been treated using cutting-edge treatments that have not only improved their quality of life, but also promoted advancement and innovation in veterinary medicine. These treatments have become increasingly incorporated into neighborhood veterinary practices and more financially accessible to the everyday pet owner with coverage from a comprehensive pet medical insurance plan. One pet medical insurance provider, Trupanion, has paid claims for each of these innovations from veterinary hospitals across…
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    Art Dog Blog

  • New Jack Russell Art

    16 Jan 2015 | 7:02 am
    8x10© rebecca collins / artpaw.comThis adorable Jack Russell had a lovely original photograph to work from. This is a rush project for a new client.
  • Pet Portrait Sale Valentine Deal

    14 Jan 2015 | 2:59 pm
    "Mason"© rebecca collins / artpaw.comIt is time to think about Valentine's Day ... you can save 50% on either a small 12 x 12 or a large 24 x 24 sized custom pet portrait. This is a non-proofing deal ... that means if you let me loose with my creativity I will do my very best unrestricted work for you. It is wonderful deal if you have worked with us before and you know and trust the quality of work that I do.  Click this link to order in time for Valentine's Day!
  • Mosaic Monday / Switch Plates!

    12 Jan 2015 | 4:33 pm
    Hey guys, my new website is up and running. You can still find out what I am doing with mosaics here with my Mosaic Monday posts, however if you want the full scoop please do check out 52mosaics.comLast weekend I played with some favorite pals and created mosaic switch plates!  These were fast and fun and I want to make more now.
  • Studio Sneak Peek

    7 Jan 2015 | 8:09 am
    The construction at the house is coming along great. I am starting to get really excited about my new studio. During the holiday months of November and December I did not even have time to worry about when the project would be completed. Now that work is slowing down here at Art Paw I am super impatient and ready for the building to be done.  I suppose I could use the next couple of months to purge  my belongings and declutter our lives a wee bit before we get to move into the new space.  Below is a video tour of the studio in progress....
  • Mosaic Monday/ 52 Mosaics!

    5 Jan 2015 | 3:16 pm
    "Robot #18112.5 x 3.5© rebecca collinsavailable for purchase-----  New year and new Mosaic goals  ----Inspired by both mosaic artist Margo Anton  and the painting a day artists I have decided to try and do one small scale mosaic per week this year. Margo tackled one per day for an entire year, and while I would love to try and devote time every single day to mosaic making, I know I can not make that happen, but one small mosaic per week seems very doable. How I will play .....I will be creating mosaics that range in size from 2.5 x 3.5 inches on up to 6 x 6 inches. I will be…
 
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    Terrierman's Daily Dose

  • The Heugervein Wall Dog

    PBurns
    31 Jan 2015 | 6:58 am
    Heugervein Wall Dog The Heugervein Wall Dog was first bred in 1650 by William Emitt (sometimes spelled Emmitt), groundskeeper of Heugervein Castle, who sought a dog capable of keeping badger out of the castle's Ha-ha.The problem was that most dogs capable of tackling badger on their own were also capable of worrying the sheep and deer fenced out by the Ha-ha.The solution was the Heugervein Wall Dog which has proven a popular, if rare, breed among those estate properties bounded by Ha-has and which still have sizable populations of sheep .Ha-has, of course, were cut and fill ditches and…
  • Misto and Moxie

    PBurns
    31 Jan 2015 | 5:59 am
    MistoMoxieThe pups, age nine months, noodle around on their walk, There is nothing inside this hollow tree, but I throw kibble back into it in order to get them entering and sniffing and finding. In two months, these two little ones will be at work, so the next two months of training and experience are critical.From: Terrierman's Daily Dose To order the book. web site.
  • Selling a Not Endangered Species

    PBurns
    30 Jan 2015 | 5:28 am
    The Washington Post and other news sources are reporting that the National Park Service is trumpeting the fact that a game camera has taken a couple of pictures of a "Sierra Nevada" red fox in Yosemite National ParkOne thing not said is that red fox can be seen all over California, and there is no way to know, short of genetic testing, if the fox seen was actually a "Sierra Nevada" red fox. It might very well be true.But even if it is, so what?You see, the Sierra Nevada red fox is not a species, but a sub-species. A sub-species, by definition, is not a species. The Sierra red fox is only…
  • GoDaddy Wins the Internet with Superbowl Troll of Budweiser, Puppy Peddlers, and Crap Web Sites

    PBurns
    29 Jan 2015 | 4:24 am
    Back in January of 2014, Budweiser, the stale, pale ale with the foam on the bottom, put out a Super Bowl ad featuring a golden retriever puppy. I had several problems with the ad.The first was the "puppy adoptions" sign. That's an expensive and permanent sign, and those dogs are NOT being "adopted" -- they are pure bred dogs being SOLD. Nothing wrong with that, but do not piss on my leg and tell me it's raining.When you are selling pure breed retrievers (the most common pure breed, so no points for free thinking there Budweiser shill-meister), you are not in the ADOPTION business, but…
  • A Short History of Vaccines

    PBurns
    29 Jan 2015 | 3:55 am
    The idea of vaccinations to prevent disease dates back to 1796. In that year Edward Jenner, a British physician, noted that dairymaids who had caught cowpox (a minor disease), could not catch smallpox (an often fatal disease in humans).Jenner took infected matter from the hand of Sarah Nelmes, a local dairymaid who had become infected with cowpox, and inserted this ooze into the cut arm of James Phipps, a healthy eight-year-old boy. The boy then caught cowpox.Forty-eight days later Jenner injected smallpox matter into the boy. Miraculously, it had no effect. This was the first recorded…
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    Celebrity Dog Watcher - Digging up Celebrity Dog News - Arf!

  • Dogs Stung By Bees: Go Ahead & Laugh (But, You’re Going to Hell!)

    kevin
    19 Jan 2015 | 12:51 pm
    Mmm… bees! (DOH!) Did you ever laugh at something that made you feel like you’re going to hell? That’s how I feel right now. These poor dogs snapped at bees and got stung. (And now look like sock monkeys) As far as I know, they all seemed to recover well after a trip to the vet, and their owners were calm enough to snap priceless photos. What to do if your dog gets stung by a bee If it’s possible to get the stinger out, that will help your dog a lot. Use a tweezers to grab it, or a credit card to scrape it out, but try not to break the stinger, and make things worse.
  • Miley Cyrus’ Prison-Quality Dog Tattoo: I Just Spit Out My Coffee

    kevin
    7 Jul 2014 | 1:02 pm
    Miley Cyrus Gets a Prison-Quality Tattoo of her dog – That crazy Miley is at it again with another questionable decision, this time getting a poor-quality tattoo of her late dog, Floyd under her left arm. (Floyd was unfortunately killed by a coyote a few weeks ago) Yes, it says, “With a little help from my fwends” You know, everyone with a facebook account is going to rant about this, so I really don’t know what else to say. I usually try to give celebrities the benefit of the doubt, as the internet is always full of haters, but this is just so bad. Apparently she got…
  • Lady Gaga & Her French Bulldog, Asia

    kevin
    10 Jun 2014 | 1:40 pm
    Lady Gaga’s Dog: A French Bulldog Named, Asia: “It doesn’t matter if you love him, or capital H-I-M Just put your paws up ’cause you were born this way, baby” - Lady Gaga, Born This Way Not sure if Lady Gaga was inspired by her female French Bulldog puppy, Asia, when she wrote that song, but I guess it’s possible. Anyway, she describes her intense love for the dog as “an illness,” so I guess you could say she’s a “dog person.” In case you aren’t tired of celebrity selfies yet, here’s one that she took of herself and…
  • Most Expensive Dog Wedding Ever: Guinness Book of World Records

    kevin
    13 Mar 2014 | 7:22 am
    The Most Expensive Dog Wedding Ever occurred last year between Baby Hope Diamond (a Coton de Tulear, right) and Chilly Pasternak (a poodle, left) to take the Guiness Book of World Records spot for the most expensive pet wedding ever at over $250k. The dog wedding took place at the Jumeriah Essex House Hotel in NC’s Central Park, organized by a celebrity wedding planner featured: $30,000 of flowers, a $6000 dog wedding gown, $5000 sushi spread, a $15,000 band. The ceremony was officiated by Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog. Attendees included Kanye West, Betty White, and Barbara Walters. My…
  • Duck Dynasty Gets a New Dog (Doesn’t Look Like a Retriever!)

    kevin
    21 Jan 2014 | 9:10 am
    “Jep & Lily Lulu playing with our new pup Gizmo,” Jessica Robertson Tweeted Dog Dynasty? With all of the controversy swirling around Duck Dynasty, (Phil Robertson’s anti-gay remarks) it’s nice to get a happy distraction. Jep Robertson, and his wife Jessica introduced a new member of the family this month; a puppy named, “Gizmo.” (Maybe named after that fuzzy Gremlin?) From this photo, it looks like Gizmo is a Shih Tzu, a dog not exactly bred to be a retriever, so I don’t think this little guy is going to be going hunting with the guys. In any…
 
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    The Scoop | The Scoop

  • Deflategate Scandal Spreads to an Animal Shelter in New York

    30 Jan 2015 | 1:15 pm
    Deflategate is no longer a problem only for officials at Super Bowl XLIX. Or, for that matter the ref in Puppy Bowl XI. The controversy hit Westchester County in New York this week, as evidenced in this clever video released by the Westchester SPCA. Share this image "Oscar the running back" plays with a deflated football, leading to an investigation (Courtesy Westchester SPCA) As reported by Kitty McGee, the SPCA’s football team, The Adoptables, is apparently under investigation for playing with deflated footballs. The evidence is laid bare –- using the scientific testing method of a…
  • Uber Delivered Puppies Yesterday -- but Was That a Good Thing?

    30 Jan 2015 | 11:35 am
    This Wednesday, Uber decided to try a little change in its normal transportation strategy. In addition to picking up humans as passengers, it was delivering puppies in 10 cities across the United States. For $30, between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. on January 28, Uber drivers would bring a puppy to a workplace for 15 minutes of playtime. The special deliveries were done as part of Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl XI. Share this image Source: Animal Planet It seems like a charming idea, but as Jack Smith IV pointed out in the New York Observer, Uber has had a lot of ideas that were a lot less charming. One…
  • An Astronaut Creates His Official NASA Portrait -- With His 2 Dogs

    30 Jan 2015 | 11:10 am
    John Glenn, Gus Grissom, and Alan Shepard were among the pilots and astronauts said to have "The Right Stuff" for NASA's space program in its infancy. Modern-day astronaut Leland Melvin has a new adaptation of what it takes: two dogs. See for yourself: Share this image Melvin put on his bright orange spacesuit and sneaked in his two dogs, Jake and Scout, to the photo session that produced his official NASA portraits, the Houston Chronicle reported. Funny thing is, he didn't circulate the photos on the Internet. Someone did that for him. Apparently it was a fan, a bloke named Mark Carey who…
  • You Won't Believe This Dog: He's a Pit Bull-Dachshund Mix

    30 Jan 2015 | 9:45 am
    A couple of days ago, the Moultrie Colquitt County Humane Society in Georgia dropped a bomb on its Facebook page: A Pit Bull-Dachshund mix, with a face that screams "bad-ass wiener dog coming through, folks." Look at this incredible animal, who is currently up for adoption:  Share this image Share this image The people at the Humane Society knew they had a hit on their hands. Still, the Dachbull is not perfectly behaved and needs the right home, and they made sure to let everybody know in their post:  Hi! I'm Rami and I'm looking for my forever home. I'm a year old Dachshund/Pit…
  • Vid We Love: A Goldendoodle's Snowy Romp Goes Viral During the Boston Blizzard

    30 Jan 2015 | 8:45 am
    Ask most New Englanders to name the region’s most-popular Wally, and they’d probably name the mascot for the Boston Red Sox: Wally the Green Monster. But that Wally is a two-legged boy of summer. And it’s really just a person in a furry green suit. After large swaths of Massachusetts endured upwards of three feet of snow on Tuesday, there’s a new Wally in town, and he’s a four-legged fan of winter. He’s not just real, he’s spectacular. Share this image This Wally, a Goldendoodle from West Concord, Mass., reminded everyone oh what fun it is to play in a winter wonderland.
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    The Poodle (and Dog) Blog

  • The Golden Poodle awards for January

    Jan
    31 Jan 2015 | 7:32 am
    The Golden Poodle award goes to Dean Parlett, a truck driver in England who found a stray Poodle, fell in love with her and then made a heartbreaking 300 mile trip to return her to her owner. But there was a happy ending. Contrasted with the Neanderthal award to Dave and Trisha Watson from South Carolina who found a Chihuahua and made the owners, a family with five children, go through an expensive 2½ year...
  • Are these the world’s dumbest criminals?

    Jan
    29 Jan 2015 | 11:31 am
    A young couple in a pet store in Texas fell in love with an English Bulldog puppy. They are seen on surveillance video playing with the puppy and talking for a while with a store employee. Then they filled out a financial application to buy the puppy for $3000. OK. That isn’t what made them the world’s dumbest criminals although that is pretty dumb--$3000 for a pet store puppy that almost certainly came from a...
  • Budweiser Super Bowl ad—another winner

    Jan
    28 Jan 2015 | 11:04 am
    While the “Lost Dog” GoDaddy commercial was too terrible to even put on the air... Budweiser has again managed to bring a lump to our throats and leaks to our eyes with an adorable puppy and the magnificent Clydesdales. Best Buds
  • GoDaddy puppy commercial—massive fail

    Jan
    27 Jan 2015 | 5:46 pm
    Someone apparently told the GoDaddy people that cute puppy ads were the way to get big bangs for their bucks. So they set about making a 30 second commercial that seems to be purposely designed to produce frightening images and negative feelings from viewers. First Buddy the pup falls out of the bed of a pickup. Then he makes his way through more obstacles that could kill him. This sequence has all the humor of...
  • Zen and the Art of Setting World Records

    Jan
    27 Jan 2015 | 7:10 am
    Hundreds of yogis and doggies were in a very Zen place Sunday at the Carmel Valley (California) Recreation Center as they attempted to break the Guinness World Record for most people and dogs doing yoga together in one place. People and dogs of all shapes and sizes participated in the event which was described as quite peaceful and calm. To break the record, at least 250 dogs were needed to strike a pose with their...
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    The Healing Art of Pet Parenthood: THE BLOG

  • YOUR DOG CAN HEAL FROM CANCER LIKE MINE DID...

    20 Jan 2015 | 10:15 am
    ...without chemo, radiation or amputation. Not only did she survive after being given 6-weeks to live, but within 4 months of purely holistic support, her body's own natural healing response reversed the disease and she thrived cancer-free to the age of 19.In this true story, The Healing Art of Pet Parenthood, which reads like a novel, you will find out all the things I did and the changes I made to support Button's body in healing itself! You will come to understand how you are NOT powerless against cancer, and of the many easy things you can do to prevent your pet from ever developing…
  • HAPPY HOLIDAYS 2014

    22 Dec 2014 | 10:56 pm
    The Healing Art of Pet Parenthood is a true, engaging story that reads like a novel. This book can serve as a wonderful bridge for those interested in the real meaning of holistic healing. It offers you a direct experience of the benefits of removing the cause of a disease rather than fighting a disease -- supporting the body in healing itself rather than symptom-treating.  You can purchase the book on Amazon or in pdf form by scrolling down the left column of this page.It's sure to be a treasured gift for every pet parent in your life.  Wishing you and yours vibrant health and…
  • FIREWORKS: START HELPING YOUR DOG/S TODAY!

    1 Jul 2014 | 12:09 pm
    Throughout her 4-month "clear/cleanse/build" protocol, which enabled her body to heal itself from cancer, I gave Buttons many different Bach Flower Remedies. They work by clearing trauma from the energetic/emotional body. They produced clear, dramatic improvements in her behavior and well-being. When we lived in more urban areas, I always gave her the Bach Flower Remedy, Rescue Remedy to avoid fireworks fear/trauma. Beginning a few days before the 4th, I'd put about 15 drops daily added to her water bowl. Starting the morning of the 4th, I'd put a water-diluted dropperfull directly into…
  • ONE DEVOTED PET PARENT'S STORY

    6 Jun 2014 | 6:21 pm
    It is always thrilling for me to work with really open-minded, devoted pet parents. I received this Facebook post from Christine Mooney. We did a phone consultation 2 weeks ago after she found out about me "by chance" while searching for help online. I am sharing this here with her (and "Mica's") permission."For all the devoted pet parents I know, I wanted to share something today.As some may know, Tom and I find ourselves facing cancer in our third dog now in our 14 years of dog parenting together. After drastically changing so many things, mainly how we feed them-- and ourselves--- with all…
  • URGENT NEWS!

    13 May 2014 | 6:45 pm
    Dear Pet Parents-Please take a moment to read the linked article below regarding the dying honeybee population, BECAUSE THE CHEMICAL RESPONSIBLE IS THE SAME ACTIVE INGREDIENT  THAT'S IN MONTHLY FLEA REPELLENT!Every pet parent who's gotten a holistic consultation from me in the last 6 years was warned about this ingredient at the time of their consultation and given simple, affordable, effective alternatives like nematodes, natural cedar chips and lemon decoction in order to keep their pet toxin-free and safe.I urge you to share this information with all your pet parent family and…
 
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    Raise a Green Dog!

  • 10 top ideas to keep your green dog busy and active during the winter months!

    Johann The Dog
    28 Jan 2015 | 6:22 am
    Snow can be a whole lot of fun as Gracie and I found last year on our mountain. We love playing snow fetch! But you can't stay out in that cold for very long, and us dogs need lots of exercise, both mentally and physically, to stay healthy and happy. So what do we do on cold, rainy and super snow days? We play lots of games inside, then when it's safe, we go out and have a good play in the snow Click on the title to read more!
  • Road salt and snow melting chemicals are harmful to your dog and the environment! #Snowmageddon2015

    Johann The Dog
    27 Jan 2015 | 6:53 am
    #Snowmageddon2015 has hit the Northeastern US and in the states that are affected by all the snow and ice, you see a lot of trucks plowing and putting down road salt to help get the roads clear, as well as your neighbors putting down salt to melt the ice and snow on their walkways, sidewalks and driveways. What you may not know is that the chemicals that make up this salt has a huge impact on Click on the title to read more!
  • Welcome One Dog Organic Bakery to the RAGD Partner Pack!

    Johann The Dog
    26 Jan 2015 | 7:48 am
    We're very excited to announce today that One Dog Organic Bakery has joined the Raise A Green Dog Partner Pack. Their amazingly healthy organic dog treats come in a wide variety of flavors from pumpkin to peanut butter to ginger and more! And they taste super, super good! One Dog Organic Bakery is a small, family run bakery with the flexibility to adjust to their customers individual needs. Click on the title to read more!
  • Make quick, easy dog boots to keep your dog's paws safe and comfy this winter!

    Johann The Dog
    22 Jan 2015 | 5:22 am
    Winter can be tough on dog's paws! With the cold snow forming those ouchy ice balls, to the toxic salt that cities and neighbors put down to melt the ice. We've got a fun, easy, quick way for you to keep your dog's paws healthier and much more comfortable this winter! And if your dog gets a little injury on their paw (like I do sometimes), they come in very handy for that as well. We came Click on the title to read more!
  • EPA sued to ban toxic chemicals in flea collars and other pet products.

    Johann The Dog
    21 Jan 2015 | 6:40 am
    On January 5th of this year, the Natural Resource Defense Council filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) challenging the agency’s decision to allow the continued use of a highly toxic pesticide called tetrachlovinphos (TCVP) in flea control products used on pets. "Science shows, time and again, that brain and nervous system-damaging chemicals like Click on the title to read more!
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    Your Pet's Best Friend

  • A pretty bad broken nose.

    Doc
    31 Jan 2015 | 12:54 pm
    This little guy evidently did something to antagonize his adult buddy in the home.   Apparently, the big guy bit down on his head - ouch.  He didn't crack it like an egg, but close.  His owners found him with a severe nose-bleed, a few puncture wounds, and the top of his head puffing in and out when he breathes.  Here's a link to the video. I had hoped it was just a puncture to his sinuses, but his nasal bones were broken and caved in, as well.  Every time he breathed, air was puffing under the skin.  We also found that the muscle and periosteal membrane (that covers the…
  • People Helping Pets this Christmas

    Doc
    3 Dec 2014 | 10:33 am
    At this holiday time of year, we think about giving and receiving gifts, and about helping those in need.  Kennett’s Humane Officer, Tena Petix, has been going above the call of duty in helping the animals in her care.  Dr. Mobley and Dr. Brigance and the whole team at Kennett Veterinary Clinic are helping her help again this year with “The Pet Angel Tree”.  During the month of December, you can bring a donation for the shelter animals to Kennett Veterinary Clinic at 1704 Saint Francis Street on the west end of Kennett.  Donations can be monetary, food, treats, towels, blankets, or…
  • "Letter to the Editor"? Did not see that coming.

    Doc
    22 Nov 2014 | 3:34 pm
    I was a little surprised to find my last post about our animal control situation printed in the Daily Dunklin Democrat newspaper as a letter to the editor.  I'm not upset, just surprised, as they didn't talk to me about it, and I didn't send it to them.  Of course, anything on the internet is fair game, so no worries. There were two reasons I didn't send it to the newspaper.   The first is that I figure people who read my blog are at least half-way interested in what I have to say, whereas the general public may not be. The second is that I thought my discussion was…
  • Balancing finding homes for needy pets, and providing good animal control service.

    Doc
    20 Nov 2014 | 2:51 pm
    You may be aware that there are some upsets and disagreements over the handling of our city’s animal control department.  This is a complex issue, and I fear that it is being oversimplified in a polarizing way.  When people of good will seem to be at odds, there is usually some failure to communicate.  It is a mistaken idea to portray this as a contest between people who love animals and want to find homes for them, versus people who hate them and want to kill them.  Or you might say that it’s a contest between having a “shelter” that finds homes for the unwanted pets, versus an…
  • The case of the dog who ate the non-food item.

    Doc
    25 Oct 2014 | 7:25 pm
    Eating non-food items is a big problem in pets.  It happens so often that I am amazed at how seldom I have to do surgery to remedy the situation.  Frequently the animal vomits up the item.  Sometimes it passes all the way through. In September, we were all set to do surgery for an intestinal blockage on a young Saint Bernard.  She had eaten very little food for the past 3 weeks, and had lost 25 percent of her body weight.  I could feel a mass in her abdomen.  The night before her operation, she passed a pair of underpants she had eaten weeks earlier.  Her recovery was uneventful after…
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  • 9 Things to Pack for a Road Trip With Your Dog

    30 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    Does the low price of gas these days have you planning a road trip with your dogs? Just last month, I drove from northern Virginia to Asheville, North Carolina, with my two pups, Autumn and Rocket. It was our first road trip together, and I was both excited and scared. To prevent any problems along the way, I put together a packing to-do list with help from AAA director of public relations and fellow pet parent, Heather Hunter. Use it for your next trip! Share this image My travel companions, Autumn and Rocket. 1. Identification Before you leave, consider getting your dogs microchipped. I…
  • Smokey the Hero Dog Wins the Nicholas Sparks Love Story Contest

    30 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    Karen White has known for a long time that her rescue dog, Smokey, is an amazing pet, and now readers around the world know it, too, thanks to White's favorite author, Nicholas Sparks, and PetSmart Charities. Share this image "Smokey is such a special dog, and he deserves to put his paw print on history, just like he's put his paw print on our hearts," says White, who was one of nearly 1,000 people who submitted their rescue pet's biographies to the Fall Into a Nicholas Sparks Love Story Contest in the hopes of seeing their dog in the author's next novel. Share this image Who wouldn't…
  • 8 Ways Having a Dog Can Get -- and Keep -- You Fit

    30 Jan 2015 | 2:00 am
    Ask anyone who owns a dog, and they will tell you that there is no need for a gym membership. Why pay money, get dressed up just in case your treadmill is in front of the cute guy or girl, and drive to another location when you live with the best trainer in the world? Here are eight ways my dog and those I dog sit keep me fit. They can work for you, too! 1. Alarm clock Share this image (Sleeping woman and her dog by Shutterstock) There is no sleeping in when you are a dog owner. Every morning at approximately 6:30, there is a cute pup standing next to my bed, with his head resting on the…
  • We Chat With People Who Raise Puppies to Be Guide Dogs for the Blind

    29 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    As a blind guy, I am thankful for my guide dog, Nash, and for everyone who made it possible for us to be together. It occurred to me that the people who start our guide dogs on their journey really do not get enough credit. I am not sure what we in the blind community would do without the selfless volunteers who take these infant pups into their homes, train them, love them, and then somehow manage to let these little miracles leave their lives. I spoke to a few puppy raisers to learn more about their work and what made them decide to get involved. Share this image I interviewed Eddie…
  • Can the Scorpion Scooper Handle Saint Bernard Poop? Monkey's Person Finds Out!

    29 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    First things first. There's simply no way to review a product that picks up dog poop without first discussing, well, my dog's poop. To be specific, my 140-pound Saint Bernard's poop. There's no cute way to say it; the truth is: Monkey's poop is a real situation. No, it does not require me to carry around a shovel, as stranger after stranger loves to suggest, but picking it up does require my tiny hand to use a stacking technique (which I've perfected unless he starts pulling and then ... oh goodness), and I do use a bag that's slightly thicker than your average poop bag. AND OKAY,…
 
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    Wayne Pacelle: A Humane Nation

  • The Fur, Feathers, and Scales of Justice: Scoring the Highs and Lows of Attorneys General on Animal Protection

    Wayne Pacelle
    30 Jan 2015 | 2:58 pm
    Last week, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring burnished his pro-animal record when he established an Animal Law unit in an attorney general’s office. The unit will serve as a resource for local law enforcement and state agencies on animal fighting and animal cruelty prosecutions, providing the expertise and firepower to bring those responsible for animal cruelty, suffering, and abuse to justice. For the unit’s first project, it’s partnering with The HSUS to reach out to Virginia pet stores as part of an effort to crack down on puppy mills. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman…
  • Exposing 'Kill Buyers' Who Feed the Horse Slaughter Pipeline

    Wayne Pacelle
    29 Jan 2015 | 1:17 pm
    Two high profile cases this month involving “kill buyers,” who buy horses at auction to send them to slaughter, have brought the bloody, predatory business of horse slaughter out into the light of day. They’ve also shown the kill buyer for what he truly is – the worst enemy of horses in the United States today. Horses destined for slaughter are dragged and whipped into trucks and endure long journeys without food, water, or rest. Many die or sustain injuries during transport. Photo: Kathy Milani Every year, kill buyers funnel more than 100,000 American horses – working, racing, and…
  • GoDaddy Nixes Super Bowl Spot After Advocates Tell Company to GoSendYourAdtotheMoon

    Wayne Pacelle
    28 Jan 2015 | 9:49 am
    On Tuesday, GoDaddy pulled an ad scheduled for Super Bowl Sunday broadcast after expressing surprise that the spot featuring an online puppy seller sparked such an immediate backlash in social media. The ad is just the latest false note on animal issues from GoDaddy, whose founder and former CEO famously flew halfway around the world to shoot a museum-full of African animals, then had the audacity to claim that he killed the elephant for the benefit of local villagers. It just so happened that the elephant was a large male with enormous tusks – the type of elephant prized as…
  • Finding Balance in the Wolf Wars

    Wayne Pacelle
    27 Jan 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Today, The HSUS and 21 other organizations – from the Detroit Zoo to the Center for Biological Diversity and the Wisconsin Federated Humane Societies to the Sault Sainte Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians – petitioned the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to downlist wolves from “endangered” to “threatened” status across most of their range in the lower 48 states. We took this action, along with so many other wolf-protection organizations, to maintain critical federal protections for the fragmented populations numbering just 5,000 or so wolves in the coterminous United States, and…
  • The Times Continues Focus on Factory Farm Cruelty, While Journal Makes Light of Routine Abuses

    Wayne Pacelle
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:18 pm
    Today’s editorial pages at the nation’s biggest newspapers are a tale of two starkly different worldviews. One, The New York Times, slams the hideous government-financed cruelties documented at the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center in Nebraska. The other, The Wall Street Journal, slams California voters and legislators for enacting modest animal welfare standards through Prop 2 and a closely related law restricting sales of eggs from hens in extreme confinement, and calls for the latter measure to be overturned. The Wall Street Journal stays silent on terrible animal abuses like the…
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    The Days of Johann, an agility dog!

  • Wordless Wednesday: Signs of Spring!

    Johann The Dog
    28 Jan 2015 | 7:34 am
    Lookie there! We have signs of Spring on our mountain. Click on the post title to continue reading. And visit my blog to read more! Woofs!
  • Rach tackes the Nina Ottosson Dog Worker!

    Johann The Dog
    27 Jan 2015 | 7:04 am
    Since Rach did so well with the Nina Ottosson Dog Box, Mum thought she'd try out some of our other dog puzzles with Rach, so she got out the Nina Ottosson Dog Worker. The Dog Worker has a removeable spinning wheel on the top that you have to turn to 'unlock' the pegs, then slide the pegs to release them to get the treats under the pegs. It also has four pegs that need to be lifted up to get to Click on the post title to continue reading. And visit my blog to read more! Woofs!
  • A puppy teeth emergence schedule and the history of when Rach lost his puppy teeth!

    Johann The Dog
    26 Jan 2015 | 7:38 am
    It's been a while since Rach lost the last of his puppy teeth. Since we recently went through teething and losing puppy teeth, we get a lot of questions at what age he lost his teeth and more, so we thought we'd share the end results with you! We noticed at a vet visit on August 14th that he had lost a few of his incisors (those are the little teeth in the front) and the new ones had started to Click on the post title to continue reading. And visit my blog to read more! Woofs!
  • Black and White Sunday: Danger!

    Johann The Dog
    25 Jan 2015 | 3:52 am
    Here's an interesting perspective on our trick, 'Danger!' Click on the post title to continue reading. And visit my blog to read more! Woofs!
  • What kind of dog is that?

    Johann The Dog
    22 Jan 2015 | 5:19 am
    I'll never forget when I was at an agility trial in Evansville, Indiana back when I was just starting Exec A in AKC, someone took a look at me and asked, 'what kind is that?' And then I'll never forget the response my vet (who was with me at the time) gave. She said, 'it's a dog!.' Give that lady a treat! If you were doing agility back 8-9 years ago, you may remember there was no PAL (for pure Click on the post title to continue reading. And visit my blog to read more! Woofs!
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    Earth Friendly Pet Supplies - GreatGreenPet.com

  • Let Small Pets Chew Organically

    greenpet
    31 Jan 2015 | 4:19 pm
    Big pets, little pets – even annoying pets all seem to have a need to chew. So you might as well let them chew organically. Little pets like guinea pigs, rabbits, gerbils, mice and hamsters will love this bundle of sticks. They are cut from organic apple trees, giving them a nice aroma too (and for your nose!). Five sticks are bundled and sold together as one set, chewable for hours on end safely. Purchase your organic apple sticks from Robbins Pet Care for $4.89 per set.
  • Peek A Boo Fun For Birds with a Coconut

    greenpet
    28 Jan 2015 | 4:00 pm
    That feathered friend singing from the corner (OK, maybe it’s more like a squawk) would love to play with this hot new toy. It isn’t a toy…really. It’s a coconut, hollowed out and dried. A completely natural product that your bird can climb in and play peek-a-boo with you. You can stuff food in and let them find it or let them tear it apart for fun – your choice. Or theirs. Mostly theirs, let’s be honest. Buy your Coconutty for $10.49 from Robbins Pet Care.
  • Much More Fun Than Plain ‘Ol Chicken

    greenpet
    25 Jan 2015 | 3:38 pm
    Your cat will never look at chicken the same way again. The Kickin’ Chicken Catnip Toy will keep kitty busy for hours. With a body made from claw-resistant corduroy and legs of durable cotton cord, this chick is loaded with USDA certified organic catnip and a bell to add to the fun. Measures 3″ high, available in two colors. Your kitty will be kickin’ it with the Kickin’ Chicken all day long. Available for $4.99 from Urban Leash & Treat.
  • Fur-Friendly Flea and Tick Control

    greenpet
    22 Jan 2015 | 3:27 pm
    The people at mq7.com claim their products will eliminate fleas and ticks effectively without putting your pet’s health at risk. They say their modified and enhanced cedar oil spray is effective against fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, flies, lice, gnats, and mites. Safe for indoor use and won’t harm children. Formulated with cedar oil, this earth-friendly solution stops bugs in their tracks. Effective for pre-and post-infestations. Available in a 24-oz spray bottle for $12.95 from MQ7.
  • Great Green Pet is participating in Blog Action Day

    greenpet
    19 Jan 2015 | 2:58 pm
    Today’s earnings will be donated to The Nature Conservancy (www.nature.org) One day a year we like to remind you (cause we forget too!): Decomposition Rates Paper 2-4 Weeks Leaves 1-3 Months Orange Peels 6 Months Milk Carton 5 years Plastic Bag 10-20 Years Plastic Container 50-80 Years Aluminum Can 80 Years Tin Can 100 Years Plastic Soda Bottle 450 Years Glass Bottle 500 Years Styrofoam Never I got these from: www.slocomhouse.com/recycling.html
 
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    PupStyle.com

  • PupStyle Home: Stylish Solutions For Organizing Pet Clutter

    dara
    30 Jan 2015 | 8:59 am
    Living the PupStylish life means that every aspect of your pets world has a style element incorporated.  If you are an interior design junkie or just appreciate a tidy organized home, check out Harry Barker’s line of Sweet Grass dog toys, hemp toy storage bins, food bins and modern leash hooks. Organize your dogs toys […]
  • Subscribe to the new PupStyle Report-Pet Fashion Deal$, Trends & Contests

    dara
    15 Jan 2015 | 9:19 am
     Subscribe to The PupStyle Report! Deals & discounts hand-picked by PupStyle Founder Dara Foster, pet fashion trends, style tips, expert advice, contests, animal rescue & charity events and more!
  • PupStyle HOME-Corgi Dog On Wheels Art-Upcycled Dictionary Page

    dara
    14 Jan 2015 | 11:55 am
    Etsy.com is one of my go-to treasure troves of new talent in all things design and dog.  CollageOrama store on Easy.com offers a really cool selection of dog illustration art printed on upcycled dictionary pages. All things art on old book pages are a hot interior home design trend, but I almost had a cute-attack […]
  • PupStyle Home: Style Expert Dara Foster’s Pet Home Decor Tips For A Fresh Start With Romy + Jacob

    dara
    13 Jan 2015 | 7:32 am
    After all the holiday decor is put aside and I start thinking about Spring, I always the get the itch to redecorate my home or change it up with accessories.  Let’s face it, if you are the typical PupStyle reader you are clearly as dog obsessed as we are. Why not broadcast it in a […]
  • Petco STOPS selling China-made dog & cat treats and Petsmart to follow soon!

    dara
    6 Jan 2015 | 1:17 pm
    PupStyle readers understand style starts from the inside out.  A healthy dog leads to a beautiful coat and longevity of your fu-babies life. Petco announced today that it will stop selling China-made dog and cat treats in 1,300 stores.  It no surprise to PupStyle readers that we care deeply about what we put into our […]
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    The Three Dog Blog (read it or get licked)!

  • Dangerous Food For Dogs – Your Questions Answered

    Three Dog Blogger
    28 Jan 2015 | 1:51 am
    Although I previously wrote about dangerous food for Dogs many people have asked for a much more in depth article.  It seems, like me, you wish to know exactly why certain foods are dangerous for Dogs and the consequences that may result if your Dog eats them. In this article I will cover the topic as comprehensively as possible.  We will find exactly what to not feed your Dog. Firstly we will go through the main foodstuffs that are, or may be, dangerous for Dogs to eat. We will then go through each one in turn and find out exactly why they are dangerous or toxic food for our Dogs.
  • The Pros and Cons of Installing an Electric Dog Fence in Your Yard

    Three Dog Blogger
    17 Jan 2015 | 2:27 am
    Today on the Dog Blog we have an interesting guest post from Mey over at DogFenceDIY. It’s certainly food for thought and I’d love to hear your opinions on this type of system of containment. When it comes to the safety of your dog, you can’t afford to cut any corners. It’s so important that your dog be able to exercise and explore in your yard, but they also need to be protected from their own blissful ignorance of the dangers in the outside world. Traditional fences and electronic dog fences are both viable options for keeping your dog on your property. More and more people,…
  • The Furminator Deshedding Tool Furminator Reviews

    Three Dog Blogger
    14 Jan 2012 | 4:12 pm
    Excuse me if I sound a little excited but Furminator where have you been all my life. I can’t believe it has taken me, what, 19 years of owning Dogs to finally actually get a Dog brush that works properly. The Furminator deshedding tool is frankly amazing. I can’t even begin to count how many different Dog brushes we have gone through over the years, way too many. Our first Dog Sam was a hairy beastie but never really seemed to shed too much fur. But the three girls we now have are like some kind of Dog hair shedding maniacs, it amazes me that they actually have any fur left on…
  • Five Training Tips For First-Time Dog Owners

    Three Dog Blogger
    29 Nov 2011 | 6:00 am
    Here at the Dog Blog today we have some nice tips from Dan. Enjoy this guest post folks! The decision to welcome a dog into your family is a long-term commitment that can be both highly rewarding and demanding. First-time dog owners should follow these basic five tips to help train their new pet and lay the foundation for a long, happy relationship with their four-legged friend. 1) Be Consistent Before you even bring your new pooch home, think about what kinds of rules you will have for your dog. If you have a spouse, kids or housemates, include them in this exercise. In order for your dog to…
  • How Long Does It Take Shy Dogs To Be More Confident

    Three Dog Blogger
    11 Nov 2011 | 6:20 am
    I have written a number of posts here about shy Dog training and how our Daisy Dog was a total mess when we first got here from the Dog pound over 4 years ago now. It has been a very long struggle to get her to come out of her shell and the fact is that now you would not recognize her and her behaviour from what it once once. When we first brought Daisy home she was lifted out of the car a quivering wreck and then ran into the woods and hid. It took a lot of coaxing to get her in to the house. And it literally took years for her to really show that she was gaining in confidence. Now Daisy s a…
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    Cat Advice | Paws and Effect

  • Is My Cat Peeing On The Bed Because She’s P*ssed Off?

    The Paws and Effect Gang
    25 Jan 2015 | 1:22 pm
    Photo CC-BY Dubravko Sorić Dear Most Esteemed and Knowledgeable Kitties: I’m desperate for some help. We have two 5-year-old cats and we adopted a new kitten, Maycie, in October. We slowly introduced the kitten and things were going fine. Around the end of November, one of the older cats, Rayah, began to “go after” Maycie pretty aggressively. Maycie began to urinate on chairs, couches, beds, and clothing. We took her to the vet and discovered she had a urinary infection and Giardia. So we isolated her to the bathroom. After a week of consistently using the litter…
  • How I Got My Diabetic Cat “Off the Juice”

    JaneA Kelley
    18 Jan 2015 | 7:00 am
    Learn about the how, when, where and who of managing feline diabetes. Today at Paws and Effect HQ, we’re celebrating Bella’s two-year “remissioniversary!” Bella came to us with insulin-dependent diabetes, and just a couple of weeks later she was in remission. If you have a diabetic cat, I hope you’ll take heart from our story and use some of the resources that helped me to help Bella. I met Bella at HART of Maine, a no-kill cat shelter in southern Maine. She and several other diabetic cats had been under the care of HART’s former “diabetic den…
  • Should I Use My Old Cat’s Things With a New Cat?

    The Paws and Effect Gang
    11 Jan 2015 | 3:51 pm
    Dear Most Esteemed and Knowledgeable Kitties: My little girl passed over rainbow bridge. I think I’m ready for another cat, but I worry about bringing her home with my previous kitty’s things around. Her scratcher, bowls, carrier, toys, and litter box: won’t they smell like my other cat ? Should I destroy the old things or can I use them? Photo CC-BY Miles Kliim ~ Mary Siouxsie: Wow, it’s great that you asked this question, Mary! It shows you really love and care about cats and you want to make sure that any cat lucky enough to share your home  feels comfortable…
  • My Cat Won’t Let Me Bathe Her, and She Stinks. Help!

    The Paws and Effect Gang
    4 Jan 2015 | 5:33 pm
    Dear Most Esteemed and Knowledgeable Kitties: Photo CC-BY-ND Guðmunda Jónsdóttir I have a 5-month-old cat named Mephistopheles (Mephi) and we’ve had her and her brother Loki for two months. We rescued her, not only from whoever abandoned her, but also from the horrible, disgusting “shelter” she was being kept at. When we got them, they smelled like soured milk and mildewed clothes, so we had to bathe them. Loki took his bath no problem, but Mephi wouldn’t even let us pet her, let alone pick her up, so bathing her was out of the question — so for two…
 
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    Talk2TheAnimals

  • The Cosmic Whys

    Janet Roper
    29 Jan 2015 | 9:43 am
    “Why?“. That’s how I operate, I need to know the ‘why’ of things. I came out of the womb asking “why?” and I’ve perfected that question ever since. Usually my whys can be loosely translated into “why didn’t I think to bring the grocery list with me”, or “why didn’t I follow the directions they gave me”. Simple things like that. But sometimes, I drift into the land of the BIG WHYS, the cosmic whys. Sometimes these whys are translated into “why bother” or “what’s the point”. The…
  • Thoughts From The Sofa: Animals Are Family

    Billie Hinton
    27 Jan 2015 | 10:22 am
    Today’s column finds me sequestered on the living room sofa sick with a cold while many parts of the country wait for record snowfall. We here on November Hill have had a lot of rain this month and, while it doesn’t stop traffic the way snow does around here, the mud takes on a life of its own after weeks and weeks of it. It’s a chore keeping horses clean when everything around them is wet and clay-colored. As much as I try to offer other areas to them – a clean barn, the arena (which has stone screenings and terrific drainage so is wonderful for rainy day play), and…
  • How’s Your Relationship With Your Pet?

    Janet Roper
    25 Jan 2015 | 9:16 am
    Isn’t it amazing how well our animal pals are in tune with us? There are times when I’m pretty sure my animal pals know me better than I know myself. For instance, when I pull into the driveway and see dog Max and cats Raven and Billy looking out the sidelight window, somehow knowing that I would be pulling up at that particular time. Or, when I’m worried about something and Max pulls off that perfectly silly antic that makes me forget my worries and laugh at his zaniness. When I grow up, I want to be as connected with my animal family as they are with me. Actually, this has…
  • Going Down the Rabbit Hole

    Janet Roper
    20 Jan 2015 | 9:39 am
    Today is my birthday. Yesterday I was a mere whipper-snapper of 61 and today I am a wise crone of 62. I don’t know how that metamorphosis happened, but that’s exactly how I feel. So, the wise crone of 62 has decided it is time to venture down the rabbit hole of speaking out, speaking completely out, opening my 5th chakra, whatever the heck you want to call it. I’ve peeked down the rabbit hole a few times on this blog with posts like For Marius, I Am Just Too Damned Tired To Care and Words Have Power. Guest bloggers have certainly spoken out, such as Lisa Allison in You Have…
  • Digging Into Animal Communication

    Janet Roper
    15 Jan 2015 | 3:09 pm
    I am stuck. I don’t know what to say. Yesterday, I sat at my desk straining to write a blog post. Same thing this morning. This has never happened before; usually the words and phrases trip over each other as they merrily scurry on their way to WordPress. But it has been an arduous task lately. Each written word has been painfully, laboriously and blatantly wrong. I realized I was feeling much like Johnny Depp’s character author Mort Rainey when he says, [staring at the computer screen] “This is just bad writing”. (From the movie Secret Window.) Then I realized it…
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    Have dog blog will travel

  • Gold country pet friendly

    CeliaSue
    28 Jan 2015 | 8:21 am
    There is still gold in them THAR hills. When you are looking for a peaceful, quiet, and relaxing getaway, you will definitely want to visit the Courtwood Inn, high on a hill, overlooking the forest and the town of Murphys. It is a new lovely modern and spacious log cabin home with a tennis theme. The pet friendly room is downstairs (the Davis Cup) so that you and your pooch can come and go through the outside patio door. Each of the five rooms offer Microsilk spa tubs and fantastic views. Our bed was so high, I needed a step stool to get in and out of it. And Innkeeper Chris Parker provided…
  • Relaxing Spa in the Desert

    CeliaSue
    8 Jan 2015 | 1:10 pm
    If your dog could speak s/he would tell you to Leave the hustle, bustle, traffic, noise and smog behind and bring them to The Dog Spa Resort and Wellness Center for a fun time together. The DogSpa is the pet friendliest place on the planet, never mind Palm Springs and it is for both humans and canines. Talk about dogitude. The place oozes dog friendly vibes. For one thing, dogs go unleash everywhere, there are no pet fees, no restrictions in terms of size, weight and breed, and you can leave the dog in the room if the dog will behave. That does not mean there are no rules. Guests are reminded…
  • 2014 Holiday Pet Gift Guide

    CeliaSue
    20 Dec 2014 | 7:44 am
    Americans will spend more than $58 billion this year on our pets, according to the American Pet Products Association. Here are a few eco friendly gifts that Cici thinks will warm your pet’s heart and keep them safe and happy. Holiday collar Made in USA • A laser beam permanently engraves the collar’s design, dog’s name and contact information into the leather. • The noisy metal tags are now engraved on your dog’s collar; guaranteed not to fall off. • The collar leather is 100% full grain, vegetable tanned cowhide – the most eco-friendly tanned leather Go to the website,…
  • What Your Dog Wants for the Holidays

    CeliaSue
    17 Dec 2014 | 7:41 am
        Has your doggie been naughty or nice this year? Does Santa Paws keep track?  What would your dog tell Santa s/he wants this year????     Cici is ALWAYS GOOD WHEN SHE SLEEPS !!!!  And when she is naughty, she does not mean to be. It is just too tempting to do things that I do not want her to do, that’s all.   1. Not to be dressed up in costumes, treated like a baby, carried around in a hand bag or painted and groomed and dyed to look un-doglike.   2. To be treated like a dog (belly rubs).     3. Join in the Feast: Endless treats and food.
  • Pooch friendly Thanksgiving: Cold Turkey

    CeliaSue
    25 Nov 2014 | 6:59 am
    10 reasons dogs are welcome guests for turkey day   http://hooplaha.com/2014/11/10-reasons-to-invite-dogs-over-for-thanksgiving/   turkey day foods to share with your pooch include sweet potatoes and yams (sans marshmallows), turkey (sans bones, herbs and spices), stuffing, mashed potatoes, veggies, fruits, yogurt, and pumpkin (good for the belly)       The Great American Dog-a-Thon, will air Thursday, Nov. 27 at 8 p.m. ET on Fox. Hosted by Hillary Swank.   Recipe from Rachael Ray Pumpkin Barley with Turkey 1 quart chicken broth 1 tablespoon unsalted butter 1/4…
 
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  • The dogs rock, but the swimming, surfboarding cat will blow your mind

    BL Ochman
    23 Jan 2015 | 5:24 pm
    These happy dogs are all graduates of the off-leash training at Robert Dollwet’s Malibu Dog Training School in Australia. Didga, aka The Skateboarding Cat, was adopted from a shelter at 13 weeks and has been part of the dog training all her life. This video has gone viral, with more than 10 million views.
  • CatCerto by Nora the Piano Cat with full chamber orchestra

    BL Ochman
    10 Jan 2015 | 5:48 pm
    Meet Nora the Piano Cat. She has her own website, a Twitter Feed, a Facebook page, a book, t-shirts, CDs, and this video is approaching 5 million views. Happy Caturday!
  • Muffin’s Angel-Winged Halo Guide for Blind Dogs

    BL Ochman
    24 Dec 2014 | 12:20 pm
    Silvie Bordeaux invented this device when her dog, Muffin, went blind. She hopes it will be used for blind shelter dogs, who often are the first to be put down. She saw her dog bumping into walls and even falling down stairs and decided she had to do something to help. Now, thanks to this functional device, and other blind dogs can now move around safely … and in style! Bordeaux has patented her custom-design halos and sells them to other pet owners under the charming moniker, “Muffin’s Halo Guide For Blind Dogs.” The halos even come in several colors and designs.
  • Stanley the singing Airedale makes a phone call

    BL Ochman
    9 Dec 2014 | 9:16 am
    This got Benny Bix Ochman Labradoodle howling. Play it for your dog.
  • Kitten DJs

    BL Ochman
    20 Nov 2014 | 8:14 am
    It’s not Caturday, but we couldn’t wait to show you these rocking kitten scratching. Approaching 2.5 million views. Reality TV show next? HT to @mossappeal
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    Romeo The Cat - Funny Cats with a Cause

  • Dear Kitten Super Bowl Video

    Romeo
    24 Jan 2015 | 9:29 am
    Oh man you guys…this is a funny, funny video! BuzzFeed and Friskies just released this hilarious video….a Superbowl ad titled “Dear Kitten: Regarding the Big Game.” The video is available online and is airing in only three markets during the game: Kitty Hawk, N.C., Los Gatos, Calif. and Pawnee, Neb. Hahahahahahahaha! Here’s the video: The video is one of the Friskies “Dear Kitten” series. In the series, an older, smarter cat explains life to a kitten. They are FUN-NY. Check out the other videos here. How cute? OK let us know what you think in the comments…
  • Up on the Bed Top – a Holiday Song by the Cat

    Romeo
    24 Dec 2014 | 6:37 am
    Up on the Bed Top Up on the bed top kitties pause Careful not to use our claws Tickle your face and paw your head All to get you out of bed MEOW MEOW MEOW Wake up now MEOW MEOW MEOW Wake up now It’s time for you to start your day And get our BREAKFAST on its way We’ll try meowing loud and clear In your face and then your ear Nuzzle your neck with our wet nose Whatever it takes so you won’t doze MEOW MEOW MEOW Wake up now MEOW MEOW MEOW Wake up now It’s time for you to start your day And get our BREAKFAST on its way Next we’ll target your left ear Lick it, nose it, sneeze in…
  • Get a Pet Launches Supercool Scavenger Hunt for Shelters and Rescues

    Romeo
    3 Oct 2014 | 11:43 am
    Attention rescues, shelters and those who love them in NYC, Chicago and Los Angeles! There is a super cool event going on NOW through Oct. 10 sponsored by Get-A-Pet, an organization with a history of helping place homeless pets from rescues and shelters into forever loving homes. Get-a-Pet has partnered with Halo Purely For Pets, GMC and Chevrolet to donate three vans full of Halo Spot’s Stew and a total of $9,000 in cash to a handful of lucky rescues and shelters. “Drive Pets Home” will be the first of its kind scavenger hunt, which will take place in New York City, Chicago and…
  • Happy Black Cat Appreciation Day!

    Romeo
    17 Aug 2014 | 11:19 am
    Believe me, Pug has been working it today. He’s no dummy.
  • Catastrophes Web Series Uses Humor to Help Homeless Cats

    Romeo
    4 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    Bonjour, Guy! Photo credit: Catastrophes Great news, cat peeps (and cats)! A new web video series has launched that uses comedy to promote an important topic that is oh, so close to our hearts: adoption. CATastrophes recently made its debut on Discovery Digital Network’s Animalist.com. The series is the brainchild of Alana Grelyak and Michael Gabriele, a Chicago-based husband and wife film making team, along with actor and comedian Kris Flanagan. You may remember these guys from their other very funny videos, a couple of which were finalists in the Catdance Festival: CATalogue and…
 
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    YouTube: Pets

  • Dear Kitten: Regarding The Big Game

    BuzzFeedVideo
    22 Jan 2015 | 9:00 am
    Dear Kitten: Regarding The Big Game One day a year things get weird, and Cat teaches Kitten the game-plan Get your free Friskies® Coupon: http://www.catslovesauce.com Watch Dear Kitten: The Dis... From: BuzzFeedVideo Views: 2884269 28090 ratings Time: 03:40 More in Entertainment
  • People Use A Bidet For The First Time

    BuzzFeedVideo
    31 Dec 2014 | 2:07 pm
    People Use A Bidet For The First Time It's like a massage for your anus” Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo MUSIC Little Havana Licensed via Warner Cha... From: BuzzFeedVideo Views: 2018680 25988 ratings Time: 03:10 More in Entertainment
  • Americans Try Exotic Japanese Kit Kats (Part 2)

    BuzzFeedVideo
    2 Dec 2014 | 3:21 pm
    Americans Try Exotic Japanese Kit Kats (Part 2) Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGsqlEW-uC0 Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo MUSIC Justice Creed License... From: BuzzFeedVideo Views: 1480704 23870 ratings Time: 03:20 More in Entertainment
  • 11 Truths Ladies With A Lot Of Guy Friends Know

    BuzzFeedYellow
    25 Nov 2014 | 5:28 pm
    11 Truths Ladies With A Lot Of Guy Friends Know "So, like, do you guys all hook up?!" Check out more awesome BuzzFeedYellow videos! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedyellow MUSIC Walkin' My Baby Licensed via Warner ... From: BuzzFeedYellow Views: 1495887 26501 ratings Time: 02:53 More in Entertainment
  • What It's Like To Start Wearing Makeup

    BuzzFeedYellow
    20 Nov 2014 | 4:19 pm
    What It's Like To Start Wearing Makeup This non-makeup-wearer decided to do an experiment: to start wearing makeup for one week. This is what she discovered. Check out more awesome BuzzFeedYellow ... From: BuzzFeedYellow Views: 1848579 29204 ratings Time: 02:13 More in Entertainment
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  • Dear Kitten: Regarding The Big Game

    BuzzFeedVideo
    22 Jan 2015 | 9:00 am
    Dear Kitten: Regarding The Big Game One day a year things get weird, and Cat teaches Kitten the game-plan Get your free Friskies® Coupon: http://www.catslovesauce.com Watch Dear Kitten: The Dis... From: BuzzFeedVideo Views: 2884269 28090 ratings Time: 03:40 More in Entertainment
  • Weirdest Misheard Lyrics Of 2014

    BuzzFeedVideo
    31 Dec 2014 | 2:38 pm
    Weirdest Misheard Lyrics Of 2014 StarbucksLovers Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo FEATURING Eugene Lee Yang - https://www.facebook.com/buzzfeede... From: BuzzFeedVideo Views: 2187986 58579 ratings Time: 02:09 More in Entertainment
  • Is He Flirting Or Just Being Nice?

    BuzzFeedVideo
    19 Dec 2014 | 2:25 pm
    Is He Flirting Or Just Being Nice? Have you ever been unsure if someone was flirting? Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo Clear Case of Friendship Lic... From: BuzzFeedVideo Views: 1212976 17457 ratings Time: 03:10 More in Entertainment
  • 5 Real-Life Mythical Beasts

    Good Mythical Morning
    17 Nov 2014 | 3:00 am
    5 Real-Life Mythical Beasts We look at some mythical creatures that actually exist! GMM #572! Good Mythical MORE: http://youtu.be/Z4HXAFMFgbw SUBSCRIBE for daily episodes: http://bit.ly... From: Good Mythical Morning Views: 2329136 49362 ratings Time: 10:18 More in Entertainment
  • What Cats Really Think Of You

    BuzzFeedYellow
    3 Nov 2014 | 1:33 pm
    What Cats Really Think Of You Cats are the best! But sometimes they give you that look like Regina George judging you. Check out more awesome BuzzFeedYellow videos! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfe... From: BuzzFeedYellow Views: 1056579 25466 ratings Time: 01:30 More in Entertainment
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    No Dog About It Blog

  • Favorite Video Friday – Sheltie snow romp

    Mel
    29 Jan 2015 | 7:25 pm
    I look out into my backyard and see only the remnants of snow. Little frozen patches of ice now sit where snow once rested. It’s odd to see little bits of grass poking up between the patches of ice in what is usually considered the coldest month of the year. I know it sounds crazy, especially to those […]
  • Wordless Wednesday #224 – When I am old

    Mel
    28 Jan 2015 | 4:27 am
    Filed under: Animal Rescue, Daisy, Photos, Wordless Wednesday
  • Dog Body Language – Test your skills (The results)

    Mel
    26 Jan 2015 | 8:11 pm
    Dog’s communicate with us, and other dogs, through their bodies. A raised tail, a furrowed brow, a tongue lick – all of these are signals of something the dog is feeling or trying to reflect back to us. Have you ever heard someone say that a dog made an unprovoked attack on a child, an adult, or […]
  • Dog Body Language – Test your skills

    Mel
    25 Jan 2015 | 9:02 pm
    I don’t know about you, but I have been seeing (and reading) some really great articles on dog body language and dog behavior lately. It’s really exciting to see so many of them out there and so readily available to dog owners who want to better understand their dogs. Even though I have some education in understanding dog […]
  • Black and White Sunday #114 – The Squirrel Watchers

    Mel
    24 Jan 2015 | 9:13 pm
    My thanks to our hosts for this blog hop Dachshund Nola and Sugar The Golden Retriever. Unfortunately, WordPress.com doesn’t allow Java script so I can’t provide a direct link to the linky, but you can join here. Filed under: Black and White Sunday Blog Hop, Photos Tagged: black and white photography, black and white photos, Black […]
 
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  • Swarovski Georgia Bulldogs Crystal Rhinestone Bling Cadet Cap Hat

    admin
    31 Jan 2015 | 12:22 pm
    Georgia Bulldogs blinged out cadet hat. Sparkles with Swarovski Crystal Rhinestones. Do you like this hat? We have other awesome Swarovski Crystal Bling Team Hats like this on ebay. Check out our ebay store to find other NFL, MLB, and NCAA College Team hats. Ebay Seller Username: BabyWantsBling http://shop.ebay.com/babywantsbling/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=100 If you enjoyed this post, you should read this: Swarovski Georgia Bulldogs Crystal Bling Rhinestone Blue Jean Denim Handbag Purse The post Swarovski Georgia Bulldogs Crystal Rhinestone Bling Cadet Cap Hat appeared…
  • Cairn Terriers

    admin
    31 Jan 2015 | 5:42 am
    Cairn Terriers . . . . . . . .Cairn Terrier – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cairn_Terrier? The Cairn Terrier is one of the oldest of the terrier breeds, originating in the Scottish Highlands and recognized as one of Scotland’s earliest working dogs. ?History – ?Description – ?Grooming – ?Health Cairn Terrier Information and Pictures, Cairn Terriers, Cairns www.dogbreedinfo.com/cairnterrier.htm? All about the Cairn Terrier, info, pictures, breeders, rescues, care, temperament, health, puppy pictures and much more. Dogs 101: Cairn Terrier :…
  • Shaq vs Oscar De La Hoya – Part 1 – September 8, 2009

    admin
    31 Jan 2015 | 4:13 am
    Shaquille O’Neal vs. Oscar De La Hoya – Part 1 from “Shaq Vs” Ring legend Oscar de la Hoya won a five round decision over hoops legend Shaquille O’ Neal in a five-round boxing exhibition before a star-studded crowd at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. The bout took place on the latest installment of “Shaq VS,” the new ABC series starring NBA superstar Shaquille O’ Neal. Shaq, who coined himself “Manny Shaqquiao” for the exhibition, got boxing tips from Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach while “The Golden Boy” was trained by…
  • Brittany Dailey / Whatever It Takes

    admin
    31 Jan 2015 | 1:32 am
    Behind the scenes Brittany Dailey photo shoot. Music courtesy of JSimms100 available for free download at soundcloud.com/jsimms100. Follow me on twitter @JSimms100 new.myspace.com/j.simms100 If you enjoyed this post, you should read this: Neighbor From Hell' Mitchell Igelko Caught on Tape The post Brittany Dailey / Whatever It Takes appeared first on Welcome to Brew City Tails.
  • Training Gracie the Boykin Spaniel as a family Pet and Hunti

    admin
    30 Jan 2015 | 10:31 pm
    Created on June 24, 2011 using FlipShare. If you enjoyed this post, you should read this: Senator Barbara Boxer: "Don't Call Me Ma'am" - General Michael Walsh The post Training Gracie the Boykin Spaniel as a family Pet and Hunti appeared first on Welcome to Brew City Tails.
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    WayCoolDogs.com

  • SARDS, or Sudden Blindness in Older Dogs

    WayCoolDogs
    23 Jan 2015 | 9:49 am
    SARD occurs in the adult dogs of various ages ranging from 6 to 14 years old. The affected dogs remain in good health, but some dogs may have a recent history of lethargy, obesity, increased appetite, increased consumption of water or/and increased urination. Read full post at SARDS, or Sudden Blindness in Older Dogs More dog stories and info about dog health, training and news at WayCoolDogs.com
  • Neurotic Dogs and Psychotic Cats

    WayCoolDogs
    21 Jan 2015 | 1:06 pm
    I have always considered dogs easy to train and work with. This went totally out the window this winter when the stray cats arrived, beginning with their group opinion that I was an old woman who lacked in intelligence. Read full post at Neurotic Dogs and Psychotic Cats More dog stories and info about dog health, training and news at WayCoolDogs.com
  • How Music for Dogs Influence Their Brains

    WayCoolDogs
    13 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    Music for dogs can influence their brains, even with the simplest of tones, by affecting a group of distinct neurological processes. Whether it is the dog’s owner or the family dog itself, soul stirring music like “The Leave Taking” from the Lord of the Rings or “Trains and Winter Rains” by Enya can affect both in the same way. Read full post at How Music for Dogs Influence Their Brains More dog stories and info about dog health, training and news at WayCoolDogs.com
  • How to Find the Best Vet for Your Pooch

    WayCoolDogs
    6 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    How to find the best vet for your pooch is about providing the best care for your dog. Dogs have a way of working their way into our heart and becoming more than just an everyday pet. Read full post at How to Find the Best Vet for Your Pooch More dog stories and info about dog health, training and news at WayCoolDogs.com
  • 6 Incredible Reasons to Get a Rescue Puppy

    WayCoolDogs
    13 Dec 2014 | 6:12 pm
    When you save a rescue puppy, you are saving its life. Many shelters have to put dogs to sleep because they can't afford to keep them. When you decide to take a rescue animal home with you, you are giving it a second chance in life. Many rescue dogs used to have owners, but their owners treated them poorly or abandoned them. Pets deserve better than that. You have a chance to make a real difference to an animal's life, and so you should take it. Read full post at 6 Incredible Reasons to Get a Rescue Puppy More dog stories and info about dog health, training and news at WayCoolDogs.com
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    Furry Friends Rescue - Available Animals

  • 2/14/2015 Valentine Dog Day! Pet Wash fundraiser to benefit Furry Friends Rescue!

    13 Feb 2015 | 10:00 pm
     Get your furry sweetheart spiffed up for Valentine's Day and year round! Purchase Pet Food Express "Pet Wash" tokens on Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015 Download printable flyer of this event. Help us spread the word! Great deal! Stock up! Squeaky clean gift for your dog loving friends. Single token $15. $45 for 4 tokens. $90 for 8 tokens. Tokens never expire and can be used at any Pet Food Express location. 100% Pet Wash proceeds go to FFR. Dog & Cat Adoption Showcase @ 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Doggie Kissing Booth! $1.00 donation. Get kisses from a furry pup! Valentine on-site photographer. Get a…
  • Ashley

    22 Jan 2015 | 10:00 pm
     Ashley is a Belgian Malinois mix, about 2 ½ to 3 years old. Prior to arriving at the Hayward Animal Shelter in July, 2014 she had a really rough life. From her scars, and shyness it appears that she was badly abused. She probably came from a household with multiple dogs, where she was in a lot of fights. She was rescued from the shelter in August, by one of the shelter volunteers, who already had another Malinois that had been rescued from the same shelter 4 years prior. Ashley is a very sweet and snuggly dog with her owner, but a bully with the other dog. Unfortunately, as…
  • Taylor D4016

    22 Jan 2015 | 10:00 pm
     Taylor was rescued from a very crowded shelter. He was nervous at the shelter, but once out of his cage, he is social and very friendly with people and dogs. Typical puppy and wants to chew & play. More info. to come from his foster home. We are not sure of his breed mix yet. He is just to cute.
  • Venus D4015

    27 Dec 2014 | 10:00 pm
     Venus D4015 was rescued on 12/27/14 from a shelter as under-age puppy (only 6 weeks old). She is adorable and friendly. Poor Venus has a swollen lower jaw which will be seen by our vet. She is thin and has a swollen belly (treated with dewormer). Meanwhile, she is safe, getting healthy food, TLC and relaxing at her wonderful foster home. More info. to come. Update 1/15/15: She had a swollen jaw but now after vet care & meds, she is fine.  No more swollen chin/jaw area.  
  • Dec. 14th, Sunday FFR Dogs & Cats Showcase @ Christmas in the Park, San Jose

    13 Dec 2014 | 10:00 pm
     Join us for a fun Christmas festival! Dec. 14th, Sunday Furry Friends Rescue Dog & Cat Showcase at Christmas in the Park, San Jose Christmas in the Park, San Jose Downtown San José at the Plaza de Cesar Chavez on Market St. between San Fernando and San Carlos St. Two-acre park is transformed into a holiday fantasy! URL: http://christmasinthepark.com/ Parking/Directions Free entrance. No dogs allowed thru park. Tivo Santa Run Ho, Ho, Ho! Dog & Cat Showcases @ "Santa Paws House"See Map: http://christmasinthepark.com/map.html   9:00 am - 1:00 pm: Cats at Victorian…
 
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    The Pet Psychic

  • Pet Psychic Radio 01-29-15

    the Pet Psychic
    29 Jan 2015 | 1:17 pm
    Listen to get %10 off of Laura’s services   Check Out Pets Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with The Pet Psychic on BlogTalkRadio The post Pet Psychic Radio 01-29-15 appeared first on The Pet Psychic.
  • Frosty The Frozen Kitten

    the Pet Psychic
    29 Jan 2015 | 8:08 am
    This is Frosty the Tiny Kitten found FROZEN Solid and barely Alive. 15 days in a neonate ICU oxygen incubator. Defied all Odds and proved many wrong. Amazing Story of Survival! Frosty and her person are our special guests today on Pet Psychic Radio! Be sure to tune in! PET PSYCHIC RADIO LIVE THURSDAYS at 12 pm PST. call in line 917-889-2693 Listen Live at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thepetpsychic Learn more at http://thepetpsychic.com/pet-psychic-radio Post Pictures at https://www.facebook.com/PetPsychicRadio Frosty’s Facebook Page:…
  • Boo

    the Pet Psychic
    26 Jan 2015 | 6:45 am
    This is Boo. He is 13 years old. He says, “I like Berkley (new puppy in house) because I feel like he needs help. I feel like he is really smart and that he wants to learn. I tell him about watching the birds and knowing where the animals are by their smell- like the little animals on the side of the house.”   His person wrote: Boo is referring to his brother Berkley, who is only 2. We have always felt that Boo was teaching him things, dog things. Laura was spot on about so many things about all 3 dogs she spoke to. Now, I want to tell all my friends, so they too, can be…
  • Laura Out And About

    the Pet Psychic
    22 Jan 2015 | 9:33 am
    No Pet Psychic Radio Today. Sorry everyone! The post Laura Out And About appeared first on The Pet Psychic.
  • Laura Out And About

    the Pet Psychic
    20 Jan 2015 | 6:58 pm
    Yeah!!!! The post Laura Out And About appeared first on The Pet Psychic.
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    4 The Love of Animals

  • The hardest post to write.

    Aimee
    31 Jan 2015 | 2:39 pm
    Our sweet Baby the Maltese went over the rainbow bridge last night. Everything happened quickly, starting on Monday when we learned that she had cancer and that it had spread to multiple organs. There was nothing that could be done … Continue reading → The post The hardest post to write. appeared first on 4 The Love of Animals.
  • 10 Reasons To Run With Your Dog

    Aimee
    29 Jan 2015 | 4:34 am
    Hey there! Emma the GBGV here from MyGBGVLife.com to howl about the benefits of humans running with their dogs. Dogs love to run, and actually, people love to run too if you watch young people, but somewhere along the way … Continue reading → The post 10 Reasons To Run With Your Dog appeared first on 4 The Love of Animals.
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    Dancing Dog Blog

  • Dog Training the American Male

    Mary Haight
    20 Jan 2015 | 9:13 pm
    Dog Training the American Male is not the type of book I would normally feature. It’s a novel. On its face, it’s an adult comedy about relationships between men and women and the universally recognized communications difficulties that happen when a couple decides to move in together. Differences between the way men and women think offered throughout the story may make you smile or shake your head in recognition, but it’s when the “surprise” of an untrained, saved-from-certain-death-at-animal-control German Shepherd enters the mix that you might find yourself laughing out…
  • Holidays with Dogs: Positive Training Tips Podcast

    Mary Haight
    21 Dec 2014 | 3:48 pm
    Holidays with dogs are a joy — how much fun is it to watch them romp in the snow, find and open their gifts, play tag with the surf on the beach, or hike through the woods? Who doesn’t remember the first Christmas with their dog — how wonderful and weird it was for them to watch us dragging that tree into the house — a tree, in the house! But no leg lifting =) No matter where you live or which holiday it is, it need not be a stress-fest for you *or* your dog. Whether you’re starting out with a new furry member of the household or helping a senior dog cope with an…
  • Pet Tech and Dog Training: Innovation at First Pet Tech Conference

    Mary Haight
    11 Dec 2014 | 6:50 am
    Pet tech and dog training are in a relationship and it’s getting serious — so much so that an entire conference was created to introduce and familiarize trainers with all the new positive training aids developed to assist and reinforce learning, and keep bored, home alone dogs from going to the dark side. What Happens When Trainers, Techies, and Pet Parents Meet? The Pet Tech Conference gives attendees a chance to experience and learn about new technologies available, and how they are changing the way we work with animals. “In the next couple of years, you’re going to…
  • Dogs of War Documentary: PTSD Veterans & Shelter Dogs

    Mary Haight
    11 Nov 2014 | 7:41 pm
    The Dogs of War documentary series premieres tonight on A&E, 10pm Eastern, and will be one reality show worth watching. This series will follow individuals and their dogs and does not shrink from capturing on film what living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is like, and what a vital role these dogs play in the healing process. Service Dogs help “normalize” daily life for veterans with this condition. While there is no cure for PTSD, hope on four legs has been a winning form of treatment that changes future outcomes for veterans and their families. There will be a repeat at…
  • Compassion Fatigue: Managing Risk in Animal Care

    Mary Haight
    31 Oct 2014 | 9:56 am
    Compassion fatigue, depression, and suicide in the veterinary community has been in the news recently, with the stunning loss of internationally renowned animal behaviorist and speaker Dr Sophia Yin, DVM. Because the Veterinary field is first in suicides by profession, with other animal care workers not far behind, we thought this month Dancing Dog Blog would use the time with Dr Apryl Steele to explore what compassion fatigue is, define the symptoms, and offer ways to manage risk at the practice level, in shelters, and in rescue efforts where often individuals are working alone and out of…
 
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    The Dog Blog

  • 5 Ways My Puppy Reminds Me Of a Toddler.

    Sue McCabe
    15 Jan 2015 | 8:39 am
    Anthropomorphising animals isn’t a good idea and usually gets us into all kinds of trouble. Dogs are not furry babies. They are their own species, with a totally different set of day to day priorities & communication signals. However spending time with nieces, nephews and god-children over the years, I’m amazed that the toddler stage in kids has so many similarities with puppy development. Both in terms of how puppies explore the world and how we deal with the frustrations such interaction may bring, puppies and toddlers aren’t all that different at all.  Walking anywhere takes…
  • Boom Boom Puppy Power

    Chirag Patel
    25 Nov 2014 | 12:38 pm
    This video shows some training I did with a young puppy as she would back away and show behaviours associated with feeling uncomfortable around her collar. In a short training period you will see how giving her choice, control and predicability builds and empowered learner who is a willing participant.
  • Dog Training Ideas: Veterinary and care giving behaviours

    Chirag Patel
    7 Nov 2014 | 4:10 pm
    Ideas on teaching behaviour to make taking care of the dogs under our care less stressful and easier on them. Contact you local dog trainer and ask them to show you how you can work on appropiate and fun training ideas for your dog. 
  • Teaching "Food Manners"

    Chirag Patel
    30 Oct 2014 | 3:43 am
    This video is an introduction to teaching dogs both puppies and adults which behaviours are likely to payoff in the presence of food and which behaviours do not. 
  • My Dog, The Adrenalin Junkie

    Sue McCabe
    24 Oct 2014 | 5:04 am
    We’ve all met people who can’t relax. People who have to be active, who need to be doing something all of the time. We’ve known folk who crave excitement, extreme sports. They bungee jump on Saturday, parachute from a plane on Sunday and take a holiday rock climbing a difficult cliff face as a challenge. These types of people could be described as adrenalin junkies.  Adrenalin is a chemical which rushes through our body when we’re excited, stressed or anxious. Adrenalin can make us feel good-that burn you get from a work out, or a run in the fresh air. So good in fact, that we can…
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    Your Pet Sitting Business Destination - PetSittingOlogy

  • Pet Sitter Spotlight: Beth Harwell of Dog Walkers & More at Coddle Creek

    Joshua Cary
    30 Jan 2015 | 4:31 am
    This is Day 4 of our 15 Part Series to Spotlight the Professional Pet Sitter. If there is one thing every pet sitting business owner knows, it’s the great need of ongoing public education of our thriving industry. To no fault of their own, some pet owners will look to ask a friend, relative or neighbor to check in on their fur baby when leaving town. In today’s spotlight, Beth Harwell of Dog Walkers & More at Coddle Creek, LLC has experienced first hand the true life saving benefit of hiring a skilled and trained professional pet sitter. Prepare for the Worst, Plan for the…
  • Pet Sitter Spotlight: Betheny Green of Paws Pet Care at Home

    Joshua Cary
    29 Jan 2015 | 4:40 am
    This is Day 3 of our 15-part Professional Pet Sitter Series. It certainly goes without saying that most pet professionals are kind, caring, and thoughtful people. The story that follows is from Betheny Green of Paws Pet Care at Home in Louisville, KY, and begins with a seemingly normal lunch with her teenage son. What transpired from that afternoon is so wildly inspiring that an entire community has been profoundly impacted by the ongoing acts of kindness. I’ve recently heard a quote that is relevant here and has stuck with me: “It’s not what you look at, it’s what you…
  • Pet Sitter Spotlight: Anthony Mucci, Daily Dog Walkers

    Joshua Cary
    28 Jan 2015 | 4:21 am
    This is Day 2 of our 15-part Professional Pet Sitter Series. On the surface, it may appear that our profession has us only forming strong bonds with the precious pets in our care. While this is certainly a fact, many in our industry develop strong and meaningful friendships with the human client, too. This is the case with today’s spotlight on Anthony Mucci, of Daily Dog Walkers and Pet Sitters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Fair Warning: Have a box of tissues close by for this one. The Personal Side of Pet Sitting When I started my pet sitting business back in 2008, it was all about the…
  • Pet Sitter Spotlight: Tomika Bruen, Out For A Walk Pet Sitting and Dog Walking

    Joshua Cary
    27 Jan 2015 | 4:18 am
    The day-to-day life of a professional pet sitter is often misunderstood. So much goes on ‘behind the scenes’, both in the office and in the field, in order to give the impression of an effortless and successful job. This series will spotlight 15 Professional Pet Sitters and Their Stories in an effort to pull the curtain back on extraordinary jobs well done. Today, we say hello to Tomika Bruen of Out For A Walk Pet Sitting and Dog Walking in Los Angeles, California. You Won’t Know Until You Ask! 2014 was my first official year in business and what a year it was! There are…
  • 15 Professional Pet Sitters Share their Favorite ‘Tales’ from the Past Year

    Joshua Cary
    26 Jan 2015 | 11:11 am
    Pet care professionals are an extraordinary bunch of individuals. Aside from the obvious love for all living creatures we share, the professional pet sitter must work all major holidays in order to give their appreciative clients the time away to spend with their own friends and families. Also, the professional pet care provider must create a strong, well balanced business to support the service they provide. In other words, the pet sitter must create, run and manage the day to day operations the very same way as all other local small business providers. This is sometimes missed or overlooked…
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    DogTipper

  • Keeping Your Dog Bed Clean with a Kurgo Duvet

    Paris Permenter & John Bigley
    31 Jan 2015 | 3:38 pm
    OK, let’s just say it like it is: dogs can be dirty. And this time of year, when snow, slush, and rain can mean muddy paws, some of that dirt can wind up on your dog’s bed. And winter... [[ This is a summary only. Click the title for the full post, photos, videos, giveaways, and more! ]]
  • Scandal Star Bellamy Young Promotes The Shelter Pet Project

    Grace Sydney
    31 Jan 2015 | 12:52 pm
    An actress who plays a political animal on the hit ABC series Scandal recently stepped in front of a camera for the sake of companion animals who need forever homes. A proud pet parent to an adopted... [[ This is a summary only. Click the title for the full post, photos, videos, giveaways, and more! ]]
  • New York Pet Fashion Show Helps Dog Rescues

    Grace Sydney
    30 Jan 2015 | 1:27 pm
    Rovers are getting ready to rock the runway in retro-inspired designs at an annual display of dog duds that seamlessly weaves together fashion with compassion. The largest event of its kind in the... [[ This is a summary only. Click the title for the full post, photos, videos, giveaways, and more! ]]
  • Winners Score at #SuperDogSunday!

    Paris Permenter & John Bigley
    30 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    What a fun evening we had Thursday night at #SuperDogSunday! This party, sponsored by Zuke’s natural treats, was a fast-moving celebration including ideas for game day fun for your dog... [[ This is a summary only. Click the title for the full post, photos, videos, giveaways, and more! ]]
  • Fido’s Freebie Friday Gets Ready for #SuperDogSunday Kickoff Tonight!

    Paris Permenter & John Bigley
    29 Jan 2015 | 1:00 pm
    It’s almost time for kickoff at TONIGHT’S #SuperDogSunday Twitter party! Sponsored by Zuke’s natural dog treats, the hour-long Twitter party will feature over $750 in prizes, starting... [[ This is a summary only. Click the title for the full post, photos, videos, giveaways, and more! ]]
 
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    Take Paws

  • Friday Pet Photo Challenge

    Amy Burkert
    30 Jan 2015 | 4:30 am
    Welcome to this week’s edition of the GoPetFriendly.com Pet Photo Challenge … where we post your pet travel pictures and you guess the dog friendly destinations! Last Week’s Winner Thanks to everyone who played last week, and congratulations to Heather G. of San Jose, California- she recognized this pet friendly destination as House on Fire Pueblo Ruin in Mule Canyon, Utah! We hope you enjoy your “Travels with Ty & Buster” calendar, Heather! Photo copyright: Styliani Giannitsi Let’s See Your Photos … Mucho barko to Styliani Giannitsi for…
  • Take Paws to Volunteer – Phoenix, Arizona

    Amy Burkert
    26 Jan 2015 | 10:38 am
    Spending a day volunteering at a local animal shelter is a highlight I look forward to every month, and last week I had the opportunity to work with the fabulous staff and volunteers at the Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA (AAWL) in Phoenix – the oldest no-kill shelter in Arizona! Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA AAWL was founded in 1971 by Amanda Blake, best known as “Miss Kitty” on the television program, Gunsmoke. In the past 43 years, they’ve gone from adopting a handful of animals each year, to a full service animal welfare organization and…
  • Friday Pet Photo Challenge

    Amy Burkert
    23 Jan 2015 | 7:08 am
    Welcome to this week’s edition of the GoPetFriendly.com Pet Photo Challenge … where we post your pet travel pictures and you guess the dog friendly destinations! Last Week’s Winner Thanks to everyone who played last week, and congratulations to Jennifer C. of Charlotte, North Carolina- she recognized this pet friendly destination as the US Whitewater Training Center in Charlotte, NC! We hope you enjoy your “Travels with Ty & Buster” calendar, Jennifer! Photo Copyright: Joanie Mullis Let’s See Your Photos … Mucho barko to Joanie Mullis for…
  • That’s How We Roll: No More Incognito

    Amy Burkert
    22 Jan 2015 | 11:15 am
    A little more than a year ago, Rod and I reached a turning point. Up until that point, we believed that traveling full-time would be a temporary thing – something we’d do until we found the perfect spot to settle down again. But somewhere along the way, things changed. “Settling down” wasn’t a goal anymore – in fact, it sounded down-right awful! We love traveling too much to give it up, so we decided to trade in our smaller motorhome and get one that would give all of us a little more space. The new coach, the old RV and our tow vehicle After spending 3…
  • Packing an Overnight Bag for Your Dog

    Amy Burkert
    20 Jan 2015 | 1:16 pm
    You should know …  some of the products mentioned in this post are made by companies that sponsor GoPetFriendly.com. That shouldn’t be a surprise, because I’d only agree to promote companies that make products I’d use with my own dogs. Nevertheless, we won’t receive any commissions or affiliate income on any purchases you might make based on our advice. The opinions expressed here are my own. Just mine. Unless they’re yours, too … For an overnight or weekend trip, you’ll want to pack your dog’s essentials without lugging along every imaginable…
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    Pawcurious: With Pet Lifestyle Expert and Veterinarian Dr. V.

  • Candy Pee and Me: How Big Pharma Seduced Me at NAVC

    Dr. V
    23 Jan 2015 | 9:48 pm
    It’s been entirely too long since I’ve posted, and for that I apologize. I’ve been terribly busy responding to nastygrams depositing my checks from Big Pet Food sneering at plebians going to a continuing education conference this past week, and what a week it was. Like many of you, I read the Indy Star’s expose about the loose strings of pharmaceutical companies (or, in internet conspiracy parlance, Big Pharma) at continuing education conferences such as the one I was going to attend, and also like many of you, I was surprised. And excited. I had no idea this was what…
  • The Truth About Pet Food Research

    Dr. V
    11 Jan 2015 | 6:31 pm
    About one year after I graduated vet school, I took routine screening chest radiographs of my senior Golden, Mulan. I looked them over, frowning at a small, mottled spot near her sternum. “She has cancer,” I thought. It’s not an unreasonable conclusion to come to with Golden Retrievers. Before I panicked, I asked my colleague to look at the x-ray, and she agreed it looked suspicious. I was devastated. I took Mulan to the local specialty hospital, where an intern I knew from vet school patted me on the back while the resident internal medicine specialist pursed his lips…
  • How to find your Special Snowflake Vet

    Dr. V
    7 Jan 2015 | 8:10 pm
    “But I don’t want to go among mad people,” Alice remarked. “Oh, you can’t help that,” said the Cat: “We’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.” “How do you know I’m mad?” said Alice. “You must be,” said the Cat, “otherwise you wouldn’t have come here.” Every time I come across a “how to choose the best veterinary hospital” article, I read it, because it’s fascinating to me to see how different authors choose to guide you in this task. The articles exist,…
  • On the eleventh day of clinics

    Dr. V
    24 Dec 2014 | 5:05 pm
    On the eleventh day of clinics, my kitties gave to me:   10 dogs a-derping 9 beggars prancing 8 screws a-stabilizing 7 mites a-swimming 6 Old Souls Graying 5 Moldy Rings! 4 Gastric Grommets 3 Dead Pens 2 Blown Up Gloves And a linear Foreign Body!
  • On the tenth day of clinics…

    Dr. V
    24 Dec 2014 | 2:56 pm
    On the tenth day of clinics, my clients brought to me: 9 beggars prancing 8 screws a-stabilizing 7 mites a-swimming 6 Old Souls Graying 5 Moldy Rings! 4 Gastric Grommets 3 Dead Pens 2 Blown Up Gloves And a linear Foreign Body!
 
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    PetRelocation.com Blog

  • Pet News Links: Travel Stories and Important Puppy Bowl Info

    PetRelocation.com Master
    30 Jan 2015 | 11:36 am
    Meet the referee of the Puppy Bowl. Fun data: a pet travel infographic. Gizelle's bucket list. One of our clients has an awesome blog! Check out a recent entry: "Moving Adorable Fuzzbutts to Germany." What fictional pet would you most like to own? Want more pet travel stories? Here are a few of the latest. And of course, here's everything you need to know about this Sunday's Puppy Bowl.   Have a good weekend!
  • Flying Internationally with Restricted Dog Breeds

    Pet Travel Questions
    30 Jan 2015 | 8:02 am
    Name: Biggie Number of Pets: 1 Pet Type: Dog Pet Breed: Pit Bull mix (though hasn't had DNA testing) From: Chicago, USA To: Bulgaria   Hi, I've been researching individual airline guidelines for transporting dogs, and have found that the restricted breeds are often subtitled "brachycephalic or snub-nosed breeds," which I thought referred to dogs such as pugs and English Bulldogs. However, pure bred or any mixed breeds of Pit Bull Terriers and American Staffordshire Terriers are listed in the restricted breeds, as well. Is this because they are considered…
  • Watch out, It's a Pet Scam (Monkey Edition)

    Pet Travel Questions
    28 Jan 2015 | 12:45 pm
    Name: Magan Number of Pets: 1 Pet Type: Monkey Pet Breed: Capuchin From: MN, USA To: GA, USA   Hello, I am taking to someone about getting a monkey, and all she wants is a shipping fee that she says is $280. She said she would be using your services. I am just wanting to make sure this isn't a scam. Thanks, Magan   Hi Magan, That is definitely a scam. Anytime someone you don't know is offering to give you a pet (especially a high-demand breed or exotic species) and only wants to charge you transportation fees, you can assume the animal doesn't exist and they are just…
  • Corgi Travel to the United States

    Pet Travel Questions
    28 Jan 2015 | 8:25 am
    Name: Apollo Number of Pets: 1 Pet Type: Dog Pet Breed: Corgi From: Taiwan To: California/Nevada (United States)   Dear PetRelocation, What do we have to do to ensure our dog can come live with us in the United States (we'll probably be landing in California). Your information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Apollo   Hi Apollo, Thanks for the question, we'd be happy to help. First, read over these basic pet travel tips in order to become acquainted with the essential logistical details, and then take a look at the pet import requirements for the United States. To…
  • Planning Safe Pet Travel for a 10-Year-Old Dog

    Pet Travel Questions
    27 Jan 2015 | 1:32 pm
    Name: Duda Number of Pets: 1 Pet Type: Dog Pet Breed: Cockapoo From: Toronto, Canada To: Guatemala City, Guatemala   Hello, I am moving to Guatemala this summer for a job and I am bringing my dog with me. He is 10 and I am a bit worried about his age when flying. Will this be a problem? Cockapoos do tend to live longer, so this isn't really as as old as if he were another breed. Is there an alternative to shipping him in a regular cargo area on the plane? I am worried about their temperature restrictions since we are traveling in the summer and have to stop over in Houston or San…
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    Dog Natural Food - Tips and Reviews

  • Paleopet Raw Dog Food Diet Made Fast

    naturaldogfoodseo
    28 Jan 2015 | 6:29 am
    An example video of just how fast two servings of the Paleopet diet can be made. The paleopet diet is a homemade pet food which is based on what dogs and cat… Video Rating: 0 / 5 http://buydogfoodonline.org/dog-diet. Video Rating: 0 / 5 Paleopet Raw Dog Food Diet Made Fast is a post from: Dog ...Paleopet Raw Dog Food Diet Made Fast is a post from: Dog Natural Food - Tips and Reviews See also a free dog food cook book - Recipes For Dog Food Sponsored by this money making blog Natural Dog Food - Related posts: Feeding dogs on a raw food diet how to make healthy dog food RAW Basics –…
  • Take your video gaming knowledge to a whole brand-new degree

    naturaldogfoodseo
    26 Jan 2015 | 4:02 pm
      Computer gaming chairs 2014    Take your gaming encounter to a whole new degree: Use X Rocker video gaming chairs!   Are you bored of sitting in your sofa while your hands are utilizing the controls? Well, we have gaming chairs with various top notch attributes and economical costs to take your gaming knowledge to ...Take your video gaming knowledge to a whole brand-new degree is a post from: Dog Natural Food - Tips and Reviews See also a free dog food cook book - Recipes For Dog Food Sponsored by this money making blog Natural Dog Food - Related posts: PhimNe.Com…
  • Preparing raw dog food for our pack

    naturaldogfoodseo
    24 Jan 2015 | 9:27 am
    Preparing raw dog food. Preparing raw dog food for our pack is a post from: Dog Natural Food - Tips and Reviews See also a free dog food cook book - Recipes For Dog Food Sponsored by this money making blogPreparing raw dog food for our pack is a post from: Dog Natural Food - Tips and Reviews See also a free dog food cook book - Recipes For Dog Food Sponsored by this money making blog Natural Dog Food - Related posts: Preparing raw dog food for our pack How to get a six pack fas Doggie treats homemade
  • Best Homemade Dog Food Recipes Natural Dog Diet

    naturaldogfoodseo
    20 Jan 2015 | 12:29 pm
    Video Rating: 0 / 5 Natural food for dogs…stay tuned…….. Buy their food…send in your UPC purchase receipts….and they PLANT A TREE!!! WOW! Dogs love trees and the food!… Video Rating: 5 / 5 Best Homemade Dog Food Recipes Natural Dog Diet is a post from: Dog Natural Food - Tips and Reviews See also ...Best Homemade Dog Food Recipes Natural Dog Diet is a post from: Dog Natural Food - Tips and Reviews See also a free dog food cook book - Recipes For Dog Food Sponsored by this money making blog Natural Dog Food - Related posts: healthy homemade dog food recipes…
  • FIRST TIME EATING RAW DOG FOOD (VOLDOG)

    naturaldogfoodseo
    16 Jan 2015 | 3:28 pm
    This is my two and a half years old ,female pit bull,Giselle,eating raw dog food for the first time. Voldog complete chicken meal plus: Ingredients: chicken … Video Rating: 0 / 5 FIRST TIME EATING RAW DOG FOOD (VOLDOG) is a post from: Dog Natural Food - Tips and Reviews See also a free dog ...FIRST TIME EATING RAW DOG FOOD (VOLDOG) is a post from: Dog Natural Food - Tips and Reviews See also a free dog food cook book - Recipes For Dog Food Sponsored by this money making blog Natural Dog Food - Related posts: Pitbull eating raw meat Benefits of reading Pressure Cooker Reviews Doggie…
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    Pets Teach Us So Much Blog™

  • Clear the Clutter for the New Year and Give to Rescue

    Kimberly Gauthier
    28 Jan 2015 | 10:00 am
    Clear the Clutter for the New Year and Give to Rescue Clear the clutter and feel better! We have a room in our house that you can barely move around in; it looks like an episode of a hoarders show, but without the dead mice. This used to be my home photography studio and then my home office. It’s now the future location of The Man Cave. We have 3 hutches, a cool Ikea shelving unit, and loads of dog supplies. I’ve been slowly cleaning up this room for months and with the new year looming, I want to finish it up before January 1st. Why it’s important to clear clutter……
  • Pets Teach Us So Much Radio 152 with Robbin and Joseph Everett

    Lookie Lou & The TPPC.tv Crew
    27 Jan 2015 | 9:22 am
    Jill Keaton The most popular pet podcast on the planet returns with a pet radio show you will love! Jill Keaton joins us to talk about her books and dog training! Jill Keaton has been training dogs and their owners for the past thirteen years and is the owner of The Social Canine, a doggie daycare in Westford, MA. As an in-home dog trainer, she has helped thousands of owners improve communication with their dogs and in turn, improve the quality of life they share together. Jill currently lives in Littleton, MA, with her husband Jim, their two daughters and a twelve-year-old rescue dog, named…
  • Yowser! Reiki for Kitty

    Candy Boroditsky and Ming Chee Brown
    21 Jan 2015 | 10:11 am
    “Yowser!”, stated this little guy. Two black kitties received their Rabies and FVRCP shots. One of them seemed to not do as well afterwards. He was hiding, not eating and not drinking. At the end of the day, when I heard he was still not drinking, that was concerning. Reiki for this black kitty would defnitely help. When we started the session, he said, “Yowser, for me?!” (This is the second time in a week that we have heard that from pet that has received more than one Reiki session) This kitty was quite excited that we were there. He had Reiki before from us quite…
  • TPPC.tv Pet Fashion Show and Contest, Super Pet Expo, 2015 Edison, NJ

    Lookie Lou & The TPPC.tv Crew
    19 Jan 2015 | 10:39 am
    The coolest pets and parents will be attending Super Pet Expo, February 6-8, 2015 at the Edison Convention Center.  But did you know you can walk the fabulous red carpet in the TPPC.tv Pet Fashion Show and Contest on February 7 at 2:00? It’s going to be a blast!  We will see the latest fashions from PJNY plus have a fashion show and contest for attendees and rescue pets for adoption. And the following day, Sunday Feb. 8, we will be taping a Pets Teach Us So Much episode!  Join us, we would love to have you in the audience! WOW! TPPC.tv Pet Fashion Show and Contest will…
  • Pets Teach Us So Much Radio 151 with Robbin and Joseph Everett

    Lookie Lou & The TPPC.tv Crew
    19 Jan 2015 | 9:49 am
    Amber Burckhalter The most popular pet podcast on the planet, Pets Teach Us So Much, returns with another fabulous radio broadcast-we are live on BlogTalkRadio from 6-7 PM ET and available in Podcast shortly thereafter via iTunes, Stitcher and via many blogs!   Our scheduled guest this week is Amber Burckhalter, Chairman of the APDT Board of Trusties.  January is National Dog Training Month, and Amber will fill us in on the benefits of dog training including: – Establishing a more positive relationship with your pet – Better understanding your pet’s behavior (and…
 
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    FIDO Friendly

  • Fall into a Nicholas Sparks Love Story Contest - See Why Smokey Won

    susan@fidofriendly.com
    20 Jan 2015 | 1:39 pm
    Recently, best-selling author of The Notebook and pet adoption advocate Nicholas Sparks teamed up with nonprofit PetSmart Charities to find the ultimate heartwarming pet adoption story. Nearly 1,000 submissions came in for the “Fall into a Nicholas Sparks Love Story Contest” of people whose lives have been changed by their adopted pet. The winner, chosen by Nicholas Sparks himself, will see her...
  • It May Be Cold Outside But You’ll Be Warm And Cozy With PJ Salvage

    susan@fidofriendly.com
    19 Jan 2015 | 11:16 am
    When the cold weather keeps you inside, you’ll be warm and cozy and so very stylish in these FIDO fabulous picks from PJ Salvage!   Classic Dogs Flannel PJ Set - You will love to snuggle in P.J. Salvage’s famous soft, printed flannel pajamas. This classic PJ Set features the cutest doggy print, plus stylish contrast piping. The top has a notch collar, button front closure, long sleeves and...
  • Are you a dog owner? You have to check this out!

    susan@fidofriendly.com
    19 Jan 2015 | 9:24 am
    FIDO thinks can’t stop barking about Surprise My Pet – see why your pup will be wagging too!   Are you a dog lover? Well step right in and don't be shy! Here at Surprise My Pet we treat animals like royalty and we love to spoil them as they should be for bringing us such a joy in our lives. Come to our website: www.surprisemypet.com  and sign in to receive a FREE box of toys/treats for your...
  • New Year New You – FIDO Style With Petcurean

    susan@fidofriendly.com
    7 Jan 2015 | 11:01 am
    The end of the year always seems to be the catalyst for making resolutions to start the New Year off with fitness and health in mind for both pet parents and their beloved FIDO. By focusing on these 3 easy steps, you and FIDO can be sure to start the year AND finish the year, fit, happy and healthy! Make Exercise FUN –  If the weather is still warm and sunny where you live, then carry on with a...
  • Fredericksburg

    susan@fidofriendly.com
    5 Jan 2015 | 1:42 pm
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    Dogblog

  • Well, you know what they say. You tie a pink ribbon ‘round...

    27 Jan 2015 | 11:16 am
    Well, you know what they say. You tie a pink ribbon ‘round a steel pole, that’s how you catch yourself a spare shadow. You keep it with you ‘til the end of your days, when Death comes a-lookin’ for you by the shadow you cast on the earth. Might be Death gets himself confused and takes the wrong one. Then again he might not. Since when’s Death just takin’ shadows these days, anyway? Who’d you hear this from? Maybe check your sources next time. (dog 714)
  • "Seat’s taken, man. Don’t even — that’s...

    15 Jan 2015 | 2:43 pm
    "Seat’s taken, man. Don’t even — that’s right. Plenty of other chairs around here. Thanks. Thanks.” (dog 713)
  • Listen, it’s not that I don’t want to come to your...

    6 Jan 2015 | 2:49 pm
    Listen, it’s not that I don’t want to come to your magic school and learn potions and sorcery and all that — I mean, who wouldn’t? — it’s just that every time I ask what the tuition costs are, you don’t say anything. You just … make that face. That one, the one you’re making now. What’m I supposed to do with that? (dog 712)
  • How come it’s dogs always gotta guard the gates to the...

    11 Dec 2014 | 10:58 am
    How come it’s dogs always gotta guard the gates to the land of the dead and whatnot? Don’t nobody realize them dogs need a break too, sometime? (dog 711)
  • All right, look. If we ever decide to genetically modify dogs to...

    4 Dec 2014 | 10:57 am
    All right, look. If we ever decide to genetically modify dogs to become as intelligent as humans so we can have dinner parties where everyone sits around a table to share a meal and scintillating conversation, we’re gonna have to do something about the way they drink. Nobody likes a mess on the table, people. Straws? How about inventing straws for dogs? Can we get on that? Okay, great. Thank you. (dog 710)
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    PawPosse.com

  • How To Crate Train An Older Dog

    PawPosse.com
    21 Jan 2015 | 4:39 am
    Crate training is one of the most effective ways to teach a dog not to soil inside the house. Why ...
  • Why Socializing Your Dog Is Worth Your Time

    PawPosse.com
    12 Jan 2015 | 7:36 am
    As a professional pet sitter in Scottsdale, I see it all the time. Pet parents are so over protect...
  • Dog Body Language Decoded

    PawPosse.com
    3 Jan 2015 | 1:29 pm
    When you meet a new person, what do you do? Look them in the eye, smile, maybe reach out for a han...
  • Why Do Dogs Lick You?

    PawPosse.com
    26 Dec 2014 | 5:41 am
    Its not like you rubbed bacon on your hands, but some dogs are just so insistent you have to wonde...
  • Why Do Dogs Get Depressed?

    PawPosse.com
    18 Dec 2014 | 3:56 pm
    I was 13 when our German Shepherd mix, Sheba, passed away. Duke, a white German Shepherd mix who w...
 
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    Miniature Schnauzer Blog

  • Our Precious girls.. Chloe and Isabella

    27 Jan 2015 | 3:31 pm
    Yesterday 1-26-15 was when my husband, myself and our wonderful vets decided it was time to let our litter mate 13 years old sisters go free.. They were
  • Our best friend Fisher

    27 Jan 2015 | 3:27 pm
    Fisher was bought for my husband by my now deceased brother in law. See we had another mini schnauzer named Kirby and he passed away so Fisher was the
  • Ben Schnauzer

    16 Jan 2015 | 4:33 am
    Ben was almost dead when we rescued him. He was emaciated, night was long and stringy and sparse, he had hook worms and kennel cough and didn't have the
  • I will always love and miss you, my beautiful girl Shiraz

    14 Jan 2015 | 3:52 am
    I have had Shiraz since she was 8 weeks old, on December 17th, 2015 we had to put my beloved baby girl to sleep. I have so many memories of that special
  • Meet Miss Trixi

    11 Jan 2015 | 11:00 am
    Miss Trixi is 3 years old. She has been in 3 different homes in less than 3 months. My sister had her, but she owns a Pet Grooming Business, which is too
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    Grouchy Puppy Dog Blog

  • Feb 6th Haute Dog SF Doggy Runway Fashion Show Benefits Senior Dogs

    Sharon
    29 Jan 2015 | 12:35 pm
    Haute Dog SF, the most posh canine runway fashion show in San Francisco returns Friday, February 6 at the San Francisco Design Center. Last year’s sold out event attracted more than 600 dog, design and fashion fans and raised more than $25,000 for charity. Special runway guests are Jane Wiedlin & Gina Schock from The Go-Go’s and Ronn Owens of KGO Radio! Photo credit: Jane Goldman Photo credit: Jane Goldman   Jane & Gina will be on the runway with Flora, a senior dog from Muttville, dressed by designer Shiree Hanson Segerstrom. Haute Dog SF 4 features fabulous dogs strutting…
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    VPI Hambone Award

  • February is Pet Dental Health Month

    Ryan
    30 Jan 2015 | 10:35 am
    Veterinary Pet Insurance Co. (VPI), the nation’s first and largest provider of pet health insurance, marks February as Pet Dental Health Month by reminding pet parents about the importance of regular dental care for their four-legged family members. In 2014, VPI policyholders spent more than $12.2 million on dental conditions and procedures, the fourth most common type of claim submitted to the company last year and an eight percent increase from the previous year. Preventive oral care is not only necessary for pets, it’s a financially sound choice for pet owners. In 2014, the average…
  • New England Patriots Defeat Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl Pet Names Competition

    Ryan
    26 Jan 2015 | 2:14 pm
    This year’s Big Game has no clear favorite. Fresh off their first Super Bowl win in franchise history the Seahawks are looking to go back-to-back, while the Patriots are seeking to return the Vince Lombardi Trophy to New England after falling short in their last two appearances. While football analysts are focusing on each team’s defensive and offensive strengths to predict a winner, Veterinary Pet Insurance Co. (VPI), the nation’s first and largest provider of pet health insurance, has a much different way of forecasting a champion. VPI, a Nationwide company, analyzed its database of…
  • VPI Pet Names Predict Ohio State over Oregon in College Football National Championship

    Ryan
    6 Jan 2015 | 2:05 pm
    On Monday, Jan. 12, Ohio State and the University of Oregon will face off in the first ever College Football Championship.  Last week the Oregon Ducks downed undefeated Florida State and Ohio State shocked the nation by defeating top ranked Alabama to qualify for the finale, but who will take the title? Sports analysts across the nation are focusing on offensive and defensive statistics, but we at VPI have a much different way of predicting the winner. We searched through our database of more than 525,000 insured pets to forecast the college football champion through pet name popularity!
  • Pet Obesity Continues to Rise

    Ryan
    5 Jan 2015 | 7:37 am
    The number one New Year’s resolution in America is to lose weight and data shows that pet owners should extend that resolution to their dogs and cats. New data released by Veterinary Pet Insurance Co. (VPI), the nation’s first and largest provider of pet health insurance, reveals that pet obesity is on the rise for the fourth straight year. In 2013, VPI policyholders filed for more than $52 million in claims for conditions and diseases that can be related to pet obesity, a  7.3 percent growth from 2012. Table scraps and excessive treats are major contributors associated with…
  • Hysterical Husky’s Car Leap Lands Him in the Hospital

    Ryan
    16 Dec 2014 | 12:31 pm
    Chelsea Brandt of Lawrence Township, N.J., and her trusty Husky “Eero” have built a strong bond as best friends and roommates since her move from Virginia. Every day after Chelsea comes home from work, she and Eero head to the dog park for fun and relaxation. However, one day their routine hit a major speed bump, when Eero got overly excited and jumped out of Chelsea’s SUV, which was traveling at more than 35 mph. It was an average day when Chelsea arrived home and was greeted at the door by her hyper 11-month-old Husky. After settling Eero down, Chelsea prepared for her daily dog park…
 
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    Bunny's Blog

  • Help support shelter dogs this Sunday via #tweetforbowls

    Vicki Cook
    31 Jan 2015 | 8:50 am
    Via PRNewswire - Super Bowl Sunday has gone to the dogs. From pitching products to Puppy Bowls to ten seconds of fame in pulled commercials, dogs seem to be as much a part of game day as the halftime show.But what's in it for the dogs? Aren't we just leveraging their natural cuteness to sell more products, win ad awards and drive ratings? Isn't it time we throw them a bone … or more specifically a bowl?This Sunday, Pedigree Brand is empowering Americans to help give shelter dogs a new "leash" on life. Every time a dog appears during the Sunday night broadcast just tweet the hashtag…
  • Protect your pets during winter storms and cold weather

    Vicki Cook
    28 Jan 2015 | 6:41 am
    In many areas, winter is a season of bitter cold and numbing wetness. Make sure your four-legged family members stay safe and warm by following these simple guidelines from the Humane Society of the United States:Keep pets indoors and warm The best prescription for winter's woes is to keep your dog or cat inside with you and your family. The happiest dogs are those who are taken out frequently for walks and exercise, but who are kept inside the rest of the time.Take precautions if your pet spends a lot of time outsideIf your dog is outdoors much of the day, he must be protected by a dry,…
  • Alley Cat Allies reminds communities to spay/neuter cats before kitten season

    Vicki Cook
    24 Jan 2015 | 6:53 am
    Alley Cat Allies reminds communities that winter is the ideal time to spay and neuter cats to get ahead of prime kitten season and end the breeding cycle before it starts.“The time for prevention is now,” says Becky Robinson, president and founder of Alley Cat Allies. “Cats may even be pregnant before the snow melts. For community cats, Trap-Neuter-Return is the most effective way to reduce the impact of kitten season by preventing litters.”Every year animal shelters experience a rise in the number of kittens brought to the shelter throughout spring and summer. According to Alley Cat…
  • Dozens of Dogs Rescued from Suspected Cruelty Situation in Alabama

    Vicki Cook
    21 Jan 2015 | 7:09 am
    Via HumaneSociety.org  - Approximately 60 dogs were rescued from a Cottonwood, Alabama property after local authorities determined that the animals were in urgent need of care.The Humane Society of the United States was called in to assist with an investigation into the suspected hog-dog breeding operation, but the dogs were found to be so emaciated that their immediate rescue was required.The Cottonwood Police Department served a search warrant on the property and discovered mostly dogo argentino dogs, two French bull dogs and one German shepherd.Authorities also uncovered illegal drugs…
  • Nominations open for 2015 American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards

    Vicki Cook
    17 Jan 2015 | 6:50 am
    American Humane Association has announced the official start of the 2015 American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards campaign, the annual year-long search for America's bravest heroes on both ends of the leash.Beginning January 15th, dog owners across the country are invited to visit www.herodogawards.org and nominate their four-legged hero in one of eight categories.The top dog in each category will be flown to Los Angeles and celebrated at a red carpet, star-studded awards gala on September 19th, where one heroic hound will be unveiled as American Hero Dog of the year – the most…
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  • Do You Need Training Your Dog Tips? Learn Here

    MinervaW
    8 Jan 2015 | 11:18 pm
    New puppies are amazing creatures full of love. Unfortunately, a few weeks later you’ll be wondering what you just got yourself into. When you’re cleaning up piles of poop, you may regret your decision. However, you can get that initial joy back by properly training your dog. The piece that follows provides terrific tips for training your beloved dog. If you want to teach your pet to use a crate,Related Posts:Canine Training Can Be Easy With These TipsFinding A Way To Reach Your Dog And Improve Their BehaviorSmall Goals To Set Up Your Dog For SuccessTeach Your Dog New Tricks With…
  • Good Dog Training Is The Key To Having A Happy Dog

    MinervaW
    8 Jan 2015 | 11:18 pm
    If you are a new dog owner, you can use this article to learn how to relate to your dog. Listed below are some tips to get you started with your training your dog aspirations. Never tie two or more dogs in close vicinity to one another. This is due to the fact that they could become tangled in each others cords and end up injuring themselves when trying toRelated Posts:How To Create A Canine Good CitizenSucessful Puppy Training, The Basic Way To Start.How To Have A Happy, Well Behaved DogEffective Methods To Train Your DogHow To Show Your Dog Who’s Boss
  • The Right Way To Train Your Pup

    MinervaW
    7 Jan 2015 | 1:11 am
    Dogs bring love and joy into our homes. You may have your hands full when first getting a dog. Training your puppy takes a lot of time. If you stay consistent with these tips, your puppy will quickly be trained. In an effort to alleviate your puppy’s teething pain, give him plenty of chew toys. You also need to try to have other items he might chew on out ofRelated Posts:How To Have An Obedient And Happy DogTraining Your Dog Tips That Can Really Work!Hard Time Controlling Your Dog? Try These Ideas!What Every Puppy Should LearnTrouble With Your Dog? A Bit Of Training Goes A Long Way
  • Obedience Training For Dogs Is Easy And Fun

    MinervaW
    6 Jan 2015 | 12:35 am
    A well-trained dog is one which you can enjoy more. Well-trained, social dogs are lots of fun to be around. So to enhance your relationship with your dog, read on! You should develop a feeding routine with your dog. You can set a firm schedule by teaching the dog to anticipate that the food will be removed within 10 to 15 minutes of the start of mealtime. Before long, yourRelated Posts:Training Your Dog Is PossibleTraining For Dogs, The Best Tips From The Best TrainersThe Checklist For Well Behaved And Well Trained Dogs.Awesome Training Your Dog Tips From The Professionals!Calm Your Pooch,…
  • How A Pet Dog Seat Cover Assists

    Alex
    4 Jan 2015 | 10:42 pm
    Dog Car Seat Cover Whether its your very first second-hand vehicle or second brand new vehicle, all of us wish to accessorize and personalize it. Seat covers are the best method to do it! When it pertains to acquiring seat covers, there are a great deal of kinds to choose from. They are available in a wide selection of sizes, colors, designs, in addition to patterns. Seat covers aren't onlyRelated Posts:Basset hound checksPicking The Right Canine Seat CoverCompare The 4Knines Bench Seat Cover To Other Seat CoversCar Seat Coverprotector for Petsdogs is a Waterproof…4Knines Newest…
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  • Reader Question: My Stumpy Manx Has Been Constipated for 5 Years. Is There Anything that Can Be Done?

    Arnold Plotnick
    27 Jan 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Question:We have a 6 1/2 year-old male Manx cat.  Our cat has been dealing with constipation for about 5 years, off and on.  Lately he has been getting anal infections which have been treated with antibiotics.  We have recently starting giving the cat lactulose and cisapride once again because of the constipation.  I was also told he has no nerve feelings on the right side and is about 3 vertebrae short from where his tail stub is. I realize it is difficult to make a prognosis in an email and especially without examining the cat.  Is there anything else that can…
  • Free Feline Dental Evaluations for your Cats at Manhattan Cat Specialists

    Arnold Plotnick
    20 Jan 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Free Feline Dental Evaluations for your Cats in February at Manhattan Cat Specialists. If you and your cats are in New York City, you might want to consider a free feline dental evaluation.  Dental disease is the most common disease seen in pets. In fact, the majority of cats aged over five years have some form of dental disease. Pets need dental care just like humans do – and Manhattan Cat Specialists wants to help keep your cat’s teeth healthy  February is National Pet Dental Month. To encourage cat owners to take good care of their cats’ teeth, Manhattan Cat Specialists is…
  • Feline Ovarian Remnant Syndrome

    Arnold Plotnick
    15 Jan 2015 | 2:30 pm
    Last week, at my cats-only veterinary hospital, I examined a young female cat that had been adopted a few months before from a rescue organization.   The owner had brought her in for behavioral issues.  “She’s been making trilling noises, and she sticks her rear end in the air, and is rolling around on the carpet all squirmy”, said her owner.  “She’s also become super-affectionate.  I have to admit, in some ways it’s kinda cute”, she said, “but the trilling and meowing is driving us crazy. She does it all night!”   This was classic estrus…
  • Heartworm Disease in Cats - Not for Dogs Only

    Arnold Plotnick
    8 Jan 2015 | 1:30 pm
    Heartworm Disease in Cats - Not for Dogs OnlyThis potentially disastrous disorder in cats is 100% preventable, but this fact tends to be de-emphasized in cats.Most people think of heartworm disease (HWD) as a dog disease.  While it’s true that heartworm infection is much less common in cats than in dogs (the feline prevalence is approximately 5 to 20% of the canine prevalence), cats most certainly do get heartworm disease.      Heartworm disease is transmitted by mosquitoes.  The life cycle begins when a female mosquito feeds on a heartworm-infected dog and…
  • Cobalamin (Vitamin B12) Deficiency: An Important Component of Gastrointestinal Disease in Cats

    Arnold Plotnick
    6 Jan 2015 | 8:20 am
    Cobalamin (Vitamin B12) DeficiencyAn Important Component of Gastrointestinal Disease in Cats Lemon, a 14-year old cat spayed female domestic shorthaired cat, presented to my cat hospital for weight loss and inconsistent appetite.  One day she would eat normally.  The next day, she would just pick at her food.  I asked her owner, Regina Maness, if Lemon was showing increased thirst and urination and was told no, that her thirst and urination were normal.  There was no coughing and no sneezing, although there was an increase in vomiting; she used to vomit about once every…
 
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  • Man Builds Cat Paradise for His 15 Rescue Kitties (VIDEO)

    25 Jan 2015 | 1:47 pm
    Peter Cohen, a Southern California builder, turned his house into a delightful kitty playground for 15 rescue cats. As reported by houzz.com, the builder constructed catwalks, tunnels, spirals and platforms throughout his home for his beloved felines.You can read the full story here: Houzz TV: Watch These Rescued Cats Make a House Their Playland.
  • NYC Bodega Cats Tell Their Stories (VIDEO)

    2 Nov 2014 | 3:44 pm
    Watch the videos and see what these working cats have to say about their jobs.Bodega Cat in Ridgewood, QueensBodega Cat on the Upper West Side, NYC Bodega Cat in Corona, QueensBodega Cat in Sunset Park,  BrooklynBodega Cat in Park Slope, Brooklyn  with thanks to WNYC.org for this feature: Bodega Cats In Their Own Words 
  • Rescue Cat Saves Owner from Burning House (VIDEO)

    16 Sep 2014 | 5:06 pm
    Sally the cat is a hero. The tabby cat saved the life of her owner, Craig Jeeves, when his house burst into flames in the middle of the night. The house was completely destroyed."She was standing on my head screaming, the loudest scream I've ever heard from a cat screaming at me and then I smelt the smoke and jumped out of bed," Jeeves said as reported by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.The Melbourne Australian man adopted the cat several years ago from an animal shelter. By saving his life, Jeeves told the IB Times UK, she had returned the favor.2 paws up, Sally!If you are a fan…
  • This Cat Will Beat You at Jenga (VIDEO)

    28 May 2014 | 8:54 am
    Moe is a skillful Jenga player. Just watch his cheating ways. He doesn't like to lose. 
  • Meet Tara the Hero Cat Who Rescued Young Boy From Dog Attack (VIDEO)

    15 May 2014 | 3:44 pm
    Tara the cat has become a viral sensation. In the dramatic video below, you can see the cat rescue her 4-year-old owner after an angry dog attacks him.Just 5 years ago, the cat was homeless. She followed Roger and Erica Triantafilo home from the park. According to ABC News, she quickly became attached to Jeremy, their infant son, often sleeping with him in his crib."She's a hero," says Jeremy about his sweet rescuer.
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  • Judge makes dog-sitter return pet to owner

    Peter
    30 Jan 2015 | 3:08 pm
    A dog-sitter has been ordered by Belfast County Court to hand back a family pet after they refused to return it to its owner. Charlie, a two-year old schnauzer terrier, had been left with a pet sitter while his owner went on a two-week break. When Charlie’s owner went to collect her pet, the minder refused to hand him over. After repeated attempts to have him returned, Charlie’s owner took legal action, which resulted in a Belfast County Court judge granting an injunction ordering the return of the dog to its owner. Read the full story here.  
  • Jog For A Dog: First Charity 5K for My Companion Autism Service Dogs

    Peter
    24 Jan 2015 | 2:37 pm
    Runners & walkers are welcome to take part in the first charity 5k organised by My Canine Companion, Autism Service Dogs, on Sunday 12th April 2015.  The race will be starting and ending in the grounds of  Castletown House in Celbridge, Co. Kildare. There are six runner categories: Male & female Juvenile (up to 17) Male & female Senior (18-35) Male & female Over 35 There will be goodie bags for everyone registered before the day, and a prize for the first person in each runner category. All proceeds from the race goes to the charity My Canine Companion Autism Services. For…
  • 12 Social Networks for Pet Owners

    Peter
    6 Jan 2015 | 4:04 am
    Pet owners naturally congregate, whether on daily walks, at pet shows or just for sharing ideas about their pets. So it’s not surprising to find that online communities for pet owners and their animals have taken off in recent years. One in 10 of all UK pets have their own Facebook page, Twitter account or YouTube channel, according to insurer PetPlan. A survey by DoggyLoot.com found that 14 per cent of dog owners maintain a Facebook page for their pet, and 6 per cent have Twitter accounts. No matter what your pet passion is, if you want to chat or blog about your furry pal, ask other…
  • Arthur, the stray dog who joined a Swedish race team and refused to stay behind

    Peter
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:55 pm
    When the four members of the Swedish Peak Performance Team began a 430-mile race through the Amazon rain forest, they had no idea they were about to make an unlikely friend along the way. Photo: Krister Göransson It all started during the final stages of the Adventure Racing World Championship in Ecuador, one of the toughest races in the world. When the adventure racing team was preparing to start a 24.8 mile jungle trek, Swedish Peak Performance Team captain Mikael Lindnord saw a dog looking for food and shared a meatball with it. The team had no idea the dog had been following them, until…
  • Galway Charity Dog Show 2014

    Peter
    17 Nov 2014 | 2:37 pm
    The first annual Galway Charity Dog Show will be held at Gort Mart, Gort, County Galway, on Sunday 30th November. The Galway Charity Dog Show will be raising funds and awareness for Irish Dogs for the Disabled, a charity founded in 2007 to improve the lives of children and adults living with physical disabilities in Ireland. You can find out more about Irish Dogs for the Disabled on their website at www.dogsfordisabled.ie. The Dog Show will also be raising funds for the Galway Dog Club Agility Team. Entry for the Dog Show will be open from 11.30am. Judging commences at 1pm. Entry fee: €4…
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  • Breed Profile: Swedish Lapphund

    Kristine Lacoste
    31 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    Pets Adviser - The Swedish Lapphund used to herd reindeer and is the oldest of the dog breeds native to Sweden. Today they are companion pets who love children.
  • Why Letting Your Dog Drink Beer Is a Terrible Idea

    Pippa Elliott, BVMS, MRCVS
    30 Jan 2015 | 5:00 am
    Pets Adviser - Ethanol poisoning in pets can be extremely serious and may lead to respiratory depression, cardiac arrest and death.
  • 8 Reasons Civilization Would Collapse Without Dogs

    Melissa Smith
    29 Jan 2015 | 5:00 am
    Pets Adviser - Can you imagine a world without dogs? Here are the biggest things I think we would all miss without our canine companions.
  • My Dad Has Dementia, and So Does My Dog

    Dr. Debora Lichtenberg, VMD
    28 Jan 2015 | 5:00 am
    Pets Adviser - Cognitive dysfunction presents multiple challenges, whether the sufferer is human or canine. Here's how I'm taking care of both dog and Dad under one roof.
  • Pet Adoption Process 101

    Allison Gray
    27 Jan 2015 | 5:00 am
    Pets Adviser - You're ready to adopt a great pet but aren't sure where to start. If you're new to the process, read these tips to learn what to expect.
 
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    Life With Dogs And Puppies Blog

  • Lots Of Christmas Puppies This Season?

    Clint Cora
    8 Jan 2015 | 8:57 am
    Christmas Puppies The sales of my indoor dog litterbox training program is pretty steady throughout the year but I noticed quite a significant surge in orders which started around mid December and continues to today.  I can’t help but wonder if this increase in sales has anything to do with lots of Christmas puppies this holiday season. I personally do not like the idea of Christmas puppies which usually involves parents giving into the demands or requests from kids to get a dog for Christmas.  In many cases, giving puppies as Christmas gifts do not involve a lot of prior research…
  • One Year After EPI Diagnosis For My Dog

    Clint Cora
    1 Jan 2015 | 10:18 am
    One Year After Dog EPI Diagnosis Happy New Year to everyone!   On this New Year day of January 1, 2015, I can’t help but think about my Lhasa Apso dog Chester’s diagnosis of EPI (exocrine pancreatic inefficiency) a year ago.  Last January, he lost 35% of his body weight to a low of about 13 pounds.  He was showing his ribs at that time. We were just starting to see a vet specialist in internal medicine and going through expensive tests that cost about $1,600 to finally arrive at the diagnosis of EPI.  We started Chester’s lifelong EPI treatment centered around Pancrease…
  • Results Of Mini Survey From Small Dogs Meetup Group

    Clint Cora
    3 Dec 2014 | 11:47 am
    Small Dogs Meetup Group Survey During the fall, I surveyed members of my Small Dogs Meetup group and asked them two questions.   I wanted to get a better idea of the best times to come out for our dog outings. Athough the sample size for the survey was not very big (only seven people responded), the results were quite obvious and therefore helpful.  Instead of showing percentages, I’m going to show the actual number of responses for each of the question choicessince the sample size is so small. Most Preferred Days/Times To Come Out Which will be the best days/times for you and your…
  • Puppies Can Try Dog Walks With Others

    Clint Cora
    17 Nov 2014 | 12:11 pm
    Puppies Can Try Dog Walks Recently, we had some owners of new young puppies who joined our Mississauga GTA Small Dogs Outings Meetup group.  Although I don’t recommend it for young puppies who are still quite shy to come out with our dog gang yet, it is possible to help integrate them slowly with our group dog walks. At our dog Meetup group, we do both visits to dog parks as well as dog walks.  I certainly do not recommend that these puppies are brought to dog parks especially if they can get scared by other dogs, especially energetic larger ones, approaching them unleashed.  This is…
  • Dog Affiliate Program Available To Make Extra Income

    Clint Cora
    14 Nov 2014 | 12:48 pm
    Dog Affiliate Program Many of our readers are probably aware that we have an indoor potty training system for dogs using a dog litterbox.  This program comes in the form of an ebook as well as an online video program.  Both versions have been very successful helpful dog owners potty train their puppies indoors using a dog litterbox or something similar that can be used inside. Did you know that this potty training system is available as a dog affiliate program? What this means is that if you have a website or a blog, you can earn 50% commissions on sales of this potty training system via…
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    Blog.birdsupplies.com

  • Tuesday Parrot Pictures – Help for Feather Picking

    diane
    26 Jan 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Enjoy Our Feather Picking Slideshow. Your Parrot Can Be In Pictures Too! Text (719-650-0812) or Email Your Photo’s to BirdSupplies.com The post Tuesday Parrot Pictures – Help for Feather Picking appeared first on Blog.birdsupplies.com. Related posts: 8 Cute Parrot Pics To Bring A Smile! Feather Sweaters for Feather Plucking Parrots! ParrotQuest’s photostream
  • Bird Vitamins: 5 Essential Nutrients Your Parrot Needs

    diane
    21 Jan 2015 | 2:00 am
    That a healthy diet is a healthy life is a well-known though little observed fact in the care of pets. While many people love their pets and would do anything to ensure that these birds are well, most of us, unfortunately, do not know how to go about it. For example, first time parrot owners […] The post Bird Vitamins: 5 Essential Nutrients Your Parrot Needs appeared first on Blog.birdsupplies.com. Related posts: How to Read Pet Bird Food Labels All About Bird Vitamin D3 What You Need To Know About Calcium Deficiency In Parrots
  • 3 Natural Bird Calming Medicine Solutions

    diane
    11 Jan 2015 | 7:02 pm
    Birds are intelligent, yet extremely sensitive pets.  Imagine being as smart as a 5-6 year old child, yet being prey or dinner to a multitude of animals. Our smart pet birds are simply hardwired to be in a constant state of hypervigilance.  In the wild, birds rely on their flock to stay in close proximity […] The post 3 Natural Bird Calming Medicine Solutions appeared first on Blog.birdsupplies.com. Related posts: Parrots and Fireworks: Help For Nervous Birds Body Language of Biting Parrots Is Polly Ignoring Your Bird Training?
  • Parrot Training Supplies Explained

    diane
    8 Jan 2015 | 7:13 am
    Many parrot owners will agree that their pet’s behavior is the foundation of a rewarding relationship. It is the desire of every owner to be able to live in close confines, that they can handle their parrot safely and that they can easily handle the pet. When a parrot screams, bites and refuses to come […] The post Parrot Training Supplies Explained appeared first on Blog.birdsupplies.com. Related posts: Top 5 Bird Treats for Training Bird Tricks Positive Parrot Training Techniques and Recent Research Is Polly Ignoring Your Bird Training?
  • All About Bird Vitamin D3

    diane
    6 Jan 2015 | 8:25 pm
    In order to stay healthy for the rest of its life, your bird will need to have a nutritionally balanced diet. One particular nutrient that is very beneficial for birds and should be included in a parrot’s balanced diet is vitamin D3. In its bird Vitamin D3 form, Vitamin D is called cholecalciferol. Vitamin D3 […] The post All About Bird Vitamin D3 appeared first on Blog.birdsupplies.com. Related posts: How to Read Pet Bird Food Labels What You Need To Know About Calcium Deficiency In Parrots Vitamin A Deficiency In Parrots
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    Zoom Room Dog Training

  • They Bark

    Longmont
    12 Jan 2015 | 2:14 pm
    “she barks…when someone knocks on the door, rings the doorbell…” All of us have or will have a dog like this in our lifetime of dog ownership.
  • Zoom Room Appleton Grand Opening Celebration

    Appleton
    19 Dec 2014 | 10:30 am
    Grand Opening January 17th! $5 Agility classes, Doggie Disco Party
  • Golden Retriever Mix Named Dog of the Month

    Sherman Oaks
    13 Dec 2014 | 12:11 pm
    Golden Retriever mix Roxy is the last Dog of the Month in 2014.
  • 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway

    Longmont
    5 Dec 2014 | 9:54 am
    12 Days of Christmas Giveaway Join us from December 10th – December 23rd while we celebrate the 12 Days of Christmas (minus Friday because we are closed.).  We are offering several ways to take home goodies from Zoom Room Longmont for just shopping with us! Each day we will post on our Facebook page the […]
  • The Little Yorkie With Pink Hair is December’s Dog of the Month

    Hollywood
    3 Dec 2014 | 1:15 pm
    If you've met ChaCha, the Yorkie with the pink hair and heart of gold, you know why she is December's Dog of the Month.
 
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    Project DOG

  • Best Dog Training Treats

    Kira
    18 Jan 2015 | 3:20 am
    Bringing home your new furry family member is very exciting! It's important to jump right into training your new puppy or dog right away. Everyone claims to know the best dog training treats... well I'm going to share my list. Most dogs are food/treat motivated, but others aren't. The trick is finding a treat that they will […] The post Best Dog Training Treats appeared first on Project DOG.
  • Best Healthy Dog Treats

    Kira
    15 Jan 2015 | 11:02 pm
    Dogs love treats almost as much as they love going for walks (or toys, or YOU)! Next time you reward your pup, why not give him a dog treat that is not only delicious but is also healthy at the same time? There are hundreds of dog treats out there to choose from, but what […] The post Best Healthy Dog Treats appeared first on Project DOG.
  • Mr. Bubble Dog Toy

    Kira
    3 Jan 2015 | 8:12 am
    Harley and Penny got this Mr. Bubble dog toy for Christmas and they absolutely LOVE it! It makes a bubbling sound when you squeeze it, and the arms and legs are long enough to whip it around real good. Brings back good memories of taking Mr. Bubble bubble baths as a kid! The post Mr. Bubble Dog Toy appeared first on Project DOG.
  • Zuke’s Mini Naturals Dog Treats

    Kira
    3 Jan 2015 | 7:59 am
    If your dog hasn't tried Zuke's Mini Naturals Dog Treats yet, you better get some! Harley and Penny LOVE Zuke's, and Harley's been eating them since he was a baby puppy. Zuke's are excellent soft and small training treats which can easily be broken into smaller pieces, and perfect for on-the-go. They're soft and easy […] The post Zuke’s Mini Naturals Dog Treats appeared first on Project DOG.
  • Buy Project DOG

    Kira
    28 Jul 2014 | 10:42 pm
    Project DOG is available in hardcover and digital formats. Limited quantity of hardcover edition available, buy now before they're gone! The post Buy Project DOG appeared first on Project DOG.
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    Grouchy Puppy Dog Blog

  • Feb 6th Haute Dog SF Doggy Runway Fashion Show Benefits Senior Dogs

    Sharon
    29 Jan 2015 | 12:35 pm
    Haute Dog SF, the most posh canine runway fashion show in San Francisco returns Friday, February 6 at the San Francisco Design Center. Last year’s sold out event attracted more than 600 dog, design and fashion fans and raised more than $25,000 for charity. Special runway guests are Jane Wiedlin & Gina Schock from The Go-Go’s and Ronn Owens of KGO Radio! Photo credit: Jane Goldman Photo credit: Jane Goldman   Jane & Gina will be on the runway with Flora, a senior dog from Muttville, dressed by designer Shiree Hanson Segerstrom. Haute Dog SF 4 features fabulous dogs strutting…
 
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  • Separation Anxiety: I Gave Up My Dog (Part 2)

    Rebecca Braglio
    11 Jan 2015 | 8:21 am
    If you have a dog with separation anxiety, you know how expensive it can be. Whether it’s replacing destroyed furniture or getting medical treatment for self-mutilation, it quickly adds up. As an employed attorney, I was fortunate to be in a position to try every means available to get Dash’s separation anxiety under control. I refused to give up my dog. I contacted the breeder, who suggested I get another dog – after all, Dash had gone from being with four other dogs on a daily basis to being in my apartment, all alone, up to eight hours every day. I actually considered it and…
  • Separation Anxiety: Why I Gave Up My Dog

    Rebecca Braglio
    2 Jan 2015 | 1:42 pm
    I recently received an email from a reader who stumbled upon ThePhillyDog after searching for information on “separation anxiety.” If you’re a long-time reader, you probably know that my dog Dash’s own separation anxiety issues  partly inspired the creation of this site. I’ve blogged about our battles along the way, the progress he’s made, the steps back that he’s taken. And, despite having made a lot of progress, I gave up my dog. Dash permanently lives with my parents who are retired and home full-time. If you’ve ever had a dog that suffers from true separation anxiety, you…
  • No Dog Gets Left Behind Valentine

    Rebecca Braglio
    1 Jan 2015 | 1:17 pm
    What does celebrating Valentine’s Day, loving dogs and supporting our troops have in common? The No Dog Gets Left Behind annual Valentine fundraiser event! The No Dog Gets Left Behind Annual Valentine Fundraiser will be held on Saturday, February 21st at the Double Tree Hilton Hotel in Philadelphia. Early-bird tickets are now on sale  for just $35 per person. The first 200 people who purchase tickets will also receive a special gift bag that contains a copy of Pen Farthing’s just-released book, Wylie: The brave street dog who never gave up! Enjoy tasty hors d’oeuvres,…
  • Love Potions 2015 by Philadoptables

    Rebecca Braglio
    30 Dec 2014 | 5:01 am
    Join local animal welfare advocate group, Philadoptables, for their 4th Annual Love Potions Happy Hour! Come join other animal lovers for a fun night and help support Philly’s homeless animals. The Love Potions event will be on Saturday, February 7th from 6-9 pm at Curran’s Irish Inn, located at 6900 State Road in Philadelphia. There will be complimentary appetizers, drink specials and chances to win some awesome raffle prizes. A $5 donation is required, but all proceeds go towards helping Philly’s homeless animals. Make a date night of it and come earlier for dinner…
  • Relationship & Motivation in Dog Training

    Michaela Greif
    28 Dec 2014 | 9:48 am
    Sponsored post by Michaela Greif, CPDT-KA, Opportunity Barks Behavior & Training Shaping your new dog into a well-behaved pet begins with relationship-building and continues with training.  But what does it actually meant to build a relationship with your dog (the dog biscuits and daily massage therapy doesn’t cut it)?  Well, your relationship with your dog is based on whether your dog trusts your guidance and whether you can understand and communicate with one another. With a strong relationship, teaching your dog new behaviors and motivating him to do them is much more fun! What’s…
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    Life With Dogs And Puppies Blog

  • Lots Of Christmas Puppies This Season?

    Clint Cora
    8 Jan 2015 | 8:57 am
    Christmas Puppies The sales of my indoor dog litterbox training program is pretty steady throughout the year but I noticed quite a significant surge in orders which started around mid December and continues to today.  I can’t help but wonder if this increase in sales has anything to do with lots of Christmas puppies this holiday season. I personally do not like the idea of Christmas puppies which usually involves parents giving into the demands or requests from kids to get a dog for Christmas.  In many cases, giving puppies as Christmas gifts do not involve a lot of prior research…
  • One Year After EPI Diagnosis For My Dog

    Clint Cora
    1 Jan 2015 | 10:18 am
    One Year After Dog EPI Diagnosis Happy New Year to everyone!   On this New Year day of January 1, 2015, I can’t help but think about my Lhasa Apso dog Chester’s diagnosis of EPI (exocrine pancreatic inefficiency) a year ago.  Last January, he lost 35% of his body weight to a low of about 13 pounds.  He was showing his ribs at that time. We were just starting to see a vet specialist in internal medicine and going through expensive tests that cost about $1,600 to finally arrive at the diagnosis of EPI.  We started Chester’s lifelong EPI treatment centered around Pancrease…
  • Results Of Mini Survey From Small Dogs Meetup Group

    Clint Cora
    3 Dec 2014 | 11:47 am
    Small Dogs Meetup Group Survey During the fall, I surveyed members of my Small Dogs Meetup group and asked them two questions.   I wanted to get a better idea of the best times to come out for our dog outings. Athough the sample size for the survey was not very big (only seven people responded), the results were quite obvious and therefore helpful.  Instead of showing percentages, I’m going to show the actual number of responses for each of the question choicessince the sample size is so small. Most Preferred Days/Times To Come Out Which will be the best days/times for you and your…
  • Puppies Can Try Dog Walks With Others

    Clint Cora
    17 Nov 2014 | 12:11 pm
    Puppies Can Try Dog Walks Recently, we had some owners of new young puppies who joined our Mississauga GTA Small Dogs Outings Meetup group.  Although I don’t recommend it for young puppies who are still quite shy to come out with our dog gang yet, it is possible to help integrate them slowly with our group dog walks. At our dog Meetup group, we do both visits to dog parks as well as dog walks.  I certainly do not recommend that these puppies are brought to dog parks especially if they can get scared by other dogs, especially energetic larger ones, approaching them unleashed.  This is…
  • Dog Affiliate Program Available To Make Extra Income

    Clint Cora
    14 Nov 2014 | 12:48 pm
    Dog Affiliate Program Many of our readers are probably aware that we have an indoor potty training system for dogs using a dog litterbox.  This program comes in the form of an ebook as well as an online video program.  Both versions have been very successful helpful dog owners potty train their puppies indoors using a dog litterbox or something similar that can be used inside. Did you know that this potty training system is available as a dog affiliate program? What this means is that if you have a website or a blog, you can earn 50% commissions on sales of this potty training system via…
 
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  • Because of You by Randy Barr | Dog Song Saturday

    30 Jan 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Randy Barr and his dog, ErnieKick off your weekend with a dog song and music video with Dog Song Saturday here at Talking dogs.  I know you'll love singer / musician Randy Barr's new dog song and I've got a demo for you!I've been collecting dog songs for years now and my favorites are original song composed about dogs.  Randy's song Ernie and Me is one of my all time favorites.  Because of You promises to be another fave.  Listen to the lyrics and you may feel Randy wrote this song especially for you and your dog.It's pretty obvious that Randy wrote this song for his…
  • Valentine Sale at For Love of a Dog Jewelry

    28 Jan 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Just in time for Valentine's Day gift giving ...a huge sale at For Love of a Dog Jewelry!You'll find discounts on all dog breed, horse, cat and woof pendants and pins.Plus sale prices on all dog bone necklaces, bracelets, and earrings.  Cat jewelry and horse jewelry, too!Make your Valentine's Day gift giving extra special with handmade, one of a kind gifts from For Love of a Dog.Shop the Sale Now!
  • Woofing for Coach K and the #Duke Blue Devils #1K

    27 Jan 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Our resident black dog for the Blue Devils, Rosie was howling with joyMonday night when her Duke Men's Basketball team beat St. John's and Coach K got his 1,000th win!
  • Adopt Clyde a Doberman Mix Dog @WaysideWaifs in #KCMO

    25 Jan 2015 | 4:44 am
    This handsome fellow is Clyde.  He's a 6 year old Doberman Pinscher / Hound mix who was rescued from a hoarding situation in New York.  Somehow he found himself at Wayside Waifs animal shelter in Kansas City, Missouri, where he's now looking for a loving forever home.Here's Clyde's adoption story: Hey everyone. My name is Clyde, and boy do I have a story to tell you all. So just pull up a chair, relax and let me tell you the story of a boy named Clyde.I came to Wayside after some of my human friends rescued me from a hoarding situation in New York. So I have come a long way to find…
  • Wiggle featuring Snoop Dogg | Dog Song Saturday

    23 Jan 2015 | 10:30 pm
    It's Saturday and time for a new dog song music video at Talking Dogs!  Today we're sharing another barking good parody from The Pet Collective.  Get your groove on with the "Cute Dog Version" of Jason Derulo's hit song Wiggle featuring Snoop Dogg.  Though we may count original songs about dogs as our favorites, sometimes we can't resist just having some dog related fun!Sit. Stay. Relax and enjoy Wiggle - the Cute Dog Version. Then fetch some more genuine dog song music videos at Talking Dogs.  You'll be surprised at how many we've collected over the past few years.
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    Dogs Now Puppies for Sale

  • AKC German Shepherd PUPPIES

    31 Jan 2015 | 8:32 pm
    AKC German Shepherd PUPPIES.. LARGE Saddleback Working Stock BlackRed/BlackTan We are pleased to offer this exceptional litter for companion/protections. Bred from pedigrees proven strong in intelligence, temperament, and trainability for the owner who wants only the best! Our German Shepherds have the look of quality and nobility--difficult to define, but unmistakable when present. These pups will make awesome companions and protectors for your family. Parents are Large (115lbs) They have natural, but sensible, protection drive and are on site for your viewing. All pups are sold with AKC…
  • Male 3, 4 Maltese 1, 4 Bichon

    31 Jan 2015 | 12:00 am
    I am selling our 3/4 Maltese 1/4 Bichon male dog. He is potty trained and was fixed 1/7/2015. We are asking for 800 for our Dusty. And we will be including everything from his paperwork, 2 dog beds, over 12 dog toys, clothes, cage, dog food, trays, potty mat and etc. If you are interested in a move in ready dog please feel free to contact us at 607 731 9820
  • Mini Goldendoodle puppies Home raised in NH

    31 Jan 2015 | 12:00 am
    Two girls left - the smallest from the litter. They only weigh 13.5 and 14.5 pounds at 4 months of age so we know they will be truly a mini sized Goldendoodle. They are very outgoing and affectionate. They have a full set of puppy shots done, including their first year rabies vaccine. Their dad is an F1B mini Goldendoodle and their mom is a first generation Goldendoodle. Don't get scammed by all the con artists one line. Meet your puppy face to face. Give us a call to meet them face to face at our home in Northwood, NH.
  • AKC Rare Tri-color English Bulldog Puppies

    31 Jan 2015 | 12:00 am
    Meet Zeke, our rare tricolor little guy! Zeke is a chubby,wrinkly, and stocky little guy with very unique markings. If you are looking for a special pup to be your forever buddy, he could be the little guy for you. Zeke is AKC registered and will come with his health certificate up to date on vaccinations and dewormings. He is being raised in my home with my family and other pups so he has a very sweet and playful personality. Please call us at 201-921-9209 or send us an email to bullypuppybreeder@gmail.com to learn more about him! Our pups also come with a 1 year health guarantee and 60 day…
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    31 Jan 2015 | 12:00 am
    Beatiful female gray . My favorite.
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  • pet cafes are coming to a city near you!

    30 Jan 2015 | 5:51 am
    It’s really not a secret that, despite the fact that I have two cats, I’m really more of a dog person. I mean, I love my cats, but honestly, I have more fun with my dog. This might just be because I spend more time with my dog.   My cats apparently live an exhausting life and therefore must sleep all but two hours a day, and about a quarter of that time is spent either eating or begging for food. So that leaves all of about an hour to hang out with me, the woman who feeds them, keeps their litter boxes clean and in one of their cases, SAVED THEM FROM CERTAIN DEATH. How do…
  • 8 simple ways to improve your relationship with your pet

    28 Jan 2015 | 4:33 am
    It’s a new year, and many find themselves looking forward to a fresh start. This is a perfect time to consider these eight easy ways to change your relationship with your pet for the better.   Check your pet’s health records and make sure she’s up-to-date not only on vaccinations, but also on her annual or semi-annual exam. Regular physical exams set a baseline for healthy, young pets and twice a year exams can pick up potential trouble spots for older pets. What’s a better way to strengthen the bond with your pet than ensuring she lives as long as possible?
  • your dog could be getting drunk on this calming remedy

    28 Jan 2015 | 1:47 am
    The label barked, “for dogs that are unruly or hyper” and declared the concoction “helps to make your dog happy & content.” The bright blue bottle was labeled GOOD-DOG! and claimed to be an emotional elixir “safe & ready to use” and “veterinarian approved.”   Seated in my exam room was an elderly client visibly upset. Her toy poodle, Godiva, a scoop of chocolate fur and ears, had lapped up an entire bottle after she dropped it. Her petite pooch was now acting strangely, staggering around my exam room and urinating excessively. As I…
  • one dog's dizzying experience with vestibular disease

    22 Jan 2015 | 4:16 am
    I know I talk about my new old dog, Lester, a lot. I hope you’re not getting tired of him, because I’m about to talk about him again. If you’re a new reader to the blog, I’ll fill you in on the basics. Lester is a Treeing Walker Coonhound that I adopted from a senior rescue organization in my state. He’s old. He’s half blind. And he’s missing more teeth than he has. He’s paid his dues in life, and we’ve been lucky to have him sleeping in our house for the past few months.   Well, this morning I came downstairs to witness quite a…
  • 6 tips for helping pets that get queasy in the car

    16 Jan 2015 | 4:27 am
    I remember the day quite clearly, although it was over fifteen years ago. I had just adopted a dog—the first as an adult living on my own. She was about 3 months old and as cute as a button. As we headed out of the door of the SPCA to begin our lives together, the staff member who helped me called out, “Crack the windows on your way home—puppies tend to get car sick!”   It’s true—young animals (just like children) are more prone to the effects of motion sickness, but adult dogs and cats can certainly grace your backseat with their fair share of vomit,…
 
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    Your Old Dog

  • Fennel for Dogs and How to Correctly Use It

    janie knetzer
    7 Jan 2015 | 5:39 pm
    One of my favorite herbs for dogs is fennel. If you cook, I’m sure you’ve heard of it, or you may just make a tea out of it for yourself. Fennel is actually a flowering plant species found in the celery family, the sole species in the Foeniculum genus. One of the more widely cultivated […]
  • The Therapeutic Uses of Corn Silk for Dogs

    janie knetzer
    15 Nov 2014 | 10:02 am
    Adding to our library of herbs for dogs; in this article we continue with a look at corn silk. Corn silk, unsurprisingly, comes from the corn plant itself and is derived from the “silk” at the top of an ear of corn. You can learn more about how people use it for themselves as a […]
  • Safely Using Dandelion For Dogs

    janie knetzer
    2 Nov 2014 | 8:17 am
    As we continue on with our series about using herbal treatments for dogs; we’re taking a close look at dandelion for dogs and the many, many benefits it offers. The dandelion comes from the taraxacum genus of flowering plants in the Asteraceae family. Mostly native to North and South America as well as parts of […]
  • Chamomile for Dogs and How To Safely Use It

    janie knetzer
    12 Sep 2014 | 11:15 pm
    Our ongoing series on herbal remedies for dogs continues with this look at chamomile.  Chamomile comes from the Asteraceae family, which is a large group of flowering plants commonly referred to as the daisy or aster.  Learn more here. The name for chamomile actually comes from the Greek term for “earth apple.” There are a […]
  • The Danger Surrounding Trifexis for Dogs

    janie knetzer
    11 Aug 2014 | 6:29 pm
    In or around November of 2013, a news report in Atlanta revealed that the tick and flea preventative drug Trifexis was linked to dog deaths. Soon, groups on social media sprouted up claiming a link between the drug and more dog deaths. Before long, it had been linked to over 700 dog deaths thanks to […]
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  • Win a #TeamDog Spirit Pack for Super Bowl

    Carol Bryant
    29 Jan 2015 | 9:46 pm
    It’s Super Bowl weekend, and that can only mean one thing: People across the globe are tuning in for the commercials, the pigskin, and of course, The Puppy Bowl! Well, our friends at The Lucy Pet Foundation have stepped up with one of the best commercials of this upcoming weekend and WE have the entire clip. Founder of the Lucy Pet Foundation, Joey Herrick, is known to many in the pet world as the co-founder and President of Natural Balance Pet Foods. A cruel, hard fact is that at least 80,000 dogs and cats are euthanized in shelters across the United States every single week.
  • Six Football Injuries That Dogs Can Get

    Carol Bryant
    28 Jan 2015 | 9:41 pm
    With Super Bowl fever in the air, one of the worst things that can happen to a football player who is headed for the big game is to be sidelined due to injury. Football is one of the most popular sports played by athletes of all ages, and it leads all other sports in the number of injuries sustained. Humans are not alone in their propensity to injury, whether competing in a stadium or a light game of touch football. Dogs, too, suffer injuries the same as or very similar to those of professional football players. Play by play, then, here are six football style injuries that dogs can get. Oh,…
  • Why Do Vet Bills Cost So Much

    Carol Bryant
    26 Jan 2015 | 8:50 pm
    You show me your bill, I’ll show you mine. My dog’s vet bills, that is. There are a few things that are generally off topic for this writer: Namely, politics, religion, and finances. The latter goes out the window when it comes to providing a service of disclosure and information for today’s modern pet parent. In the name of keeping dog moms and dads educated, we’re pulling back the “money” green curtain and dishing the dirt on how much that doggie in the window really costs. How Much Is that Doggie (Vet Bill) in the Window? The average price of a veterinary office…
  • Five Ways to Score a Canine Touchdown on Super Bowl Sunday

    Carol Bryant
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:06 pm
    Commercials, buffalo wings, halftime show, penalties and instant replay: These are a few of the elements people across the country will embrace on Super Bowl, Sunday, February 1st. Whether or not you like professional football (and I do), there is a slim chance you can escape the frenzy and hype that is Super Bowl week. No matter what team you cheer for and whether or not football is your thing, here are 7 ways to embrace dogs on Super Bowl Sunday. 1 Help a Homeless Pet Score a Touchdown We spoke to Joey Herrick, founder of The Lucy Pet Foundation, about his involvement with homeless pets…
  • Anatomy of a Dog with Irritable Bowel Disease: Final Chapter

    Carol Bryant
    22 Jan 2015 | 9:53 pm
    These are the final pages of the diary of this dog mom who stood in a state of shock, disbelief, and numbing silence as my Cocker Spaniel of nearly 15 years was ushered out of her body. This is the final blog post in this 5-part series about having a dog with irritable bowel disease (IBD). I look back over pages and pages of notes. I read through the dated entries in a log book that had long since been filed away. I feel like this ink is barely dry on the pages of scribble with words like “anti-emetic” and “gelatinous” on them. I’ve lost loved ones before. Nothing could have…
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  • Custom Softcover Photo Book $1.99 ($16.99 reg)

    Mama
    31 Jan 2015 | 7:39 am
    Don’t miss this great offer from York Photo to snag a custom 8X8 photo book at 88% OFF regular price. Choose your favorite theme from 50 different designs and then personalize each page with captions, clip art and your favorite family, pet or travel photos! You’ll pay just $1.99 ($16.99 reg) plus about $2.99 for shipping. It’s super fun, fast and easy to create the perfect photo book and you can also snag 40 free prints upon registration. Shipping for your order starts at $2.99. Use York Photo promo code YOURBOOK when you order by 2/25/15. Go HERE to start browsing design…
  • 8 Great Sale Events You’re Missing if You’re Not on Zulily

    Mama
    30 Jan 2015 | 7:46 am
    Have you joined Zulily yet? Membership is FREE and it’s one of my favorite websites for finding great deals on really cool stuff for home, pets and family. If you follow me on Pinterest then you’ve probably seen my frequent #ZulilyFinds pins. Each Zulily sale event lasts for only 3 days and new sales start each day. If you haven’t checked it out, here’s just some of what you’re missing: Pet Seat Covers for Home and Auto Carlson Pet Products Pet Dental Health Home Decor Accessories for Dog Lovers Market Street Candles Craft with Characters Michael Kors Rainbow in…
  • Pet Deal Alert: Petco Promo Code for 20% OFF + FREE Shipping on $49+

    Mama
    29 Jan 2015 | 7:44 am
    If the weather has kept you from getting out and shopping for your pets, here’s the perfect opportunity to snag a deal on pet supplies from the warmth and comfort of your own home. And while you’re at it, be sure to pick up some toys and treats to help your fur kids beat the winter blues, too! Now through Saturday 1/31, use Petco Promo Code winter when you order online at Petco.com and spend $49 or more. You’ll get 20% OFF your order plus FREE Shipping. This deal excludes dog food, cat food, cat litter, dog litter, PetSafe products, repeat Delivery orders, subscriptions and…
  • FREE Android App: WildLife America Animal Rescue ($3.99 reg)

    Mama
    28 Jan 2015 | 6:46 am
    Animal lovers, hurry on over to Amazon for today’s FREE Android App of the Day! It’s WildLife America — setup and run your own wild animal rescue center. A super fun and educational simulation game rated for all ages. Look after wild animals and nurse them back to health: in WildLife America you can care for animals from the North American wilderness, cure their illnesses and tend their injuries so that they can move to new sanctuary or be released back into the wild! The wild animals are on the loose! In WildLife America you can now look after the many endangered species…
  • FREE Pet Sample: 100% Natural California Carrots Supplement for Dogs

    Mama
    27 Jan 2015 | 9:22 am
    Pet parents, head on over to Powder 4 Paws and request a FREE Sample of their 100% Natural California Carrots Supplement for Dogs. Just fill out the form here and they will mail your free sample (limit one per household). This natural dog food supplement assists your pet with digestion and any dog diarrhea problems they may have. California Carrots is: 100% dehydrated carrots Grown & Made in America Excellent source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, trace elements and pro-vitamin A carotenes Compliments all dog food types (kibble, canned or raw) Average cost is less than $0.10 per…
 
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  • The Perfect Valentine’s Day Collar- Mia Dog Collars

    Human
    26 Jan 2015 | 1:22 pm
    Right before we left town for Christmas Break, we received a wonderful collar from Mia Collars. I have been dying to review this gorgeous thing and now that Valentine’s Day is around the corner, it is the perfect time to do so. Mia handcrafted dog collars are made on leather base with mixture of Gemstones, Pearls, […]
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    Human
    25 Jan 2015 | 6:53 pm
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    Human
    27 Oct 2014 | 6:46 pm
  • Smooches by The Honest Kitchen- Product Review

    Admin
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:39 am
    This October, my friends at The Honest Kitchen sent me a bag of smooches. I think they heard all about my want to lick everyone and pass on as many smooches as possible. I am glad that, just like me, they do not feel tied down to a specific date or time in February to […]
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    To Dog With Love

  • #SuperDogSunday Training Tips and Winners

    To Dog With Love
    29 Jan 2015 | 9:00 pm
    We had such a great time at the #SuperDogSunday Twitter party Thursday night, and the tweets were flying so fast it was hard to keep up! If you missed the party and all the great training tips, we've got you covered! You'll find a few links below that will give you a replay of all the action. We hope you'll find them useful to help get your dog in the game!Along with Zuke's and our Event Barkers partners at DogTipper and All Things Dog Blog, we shared pre-game training tips, game day activities and some tips to help keep your dogs happy with a house full of guests.We shared our Tips to Get…
  • Fido's Freebie Friday Heads to #SuperDogSunday: Kickoff Tonight (1/29) at 8 pm ET!

    To Dog With Love
    29 Jan 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Welcome to another edition of Fido's Freebie Friday (FFF), the weekly giveaway blog hop for all things pet!If you haven't already done so, there's still time to RSVP for tonight's #SuperDogSunday Twitter party with super sponsor Zuke's! Along with our partners at DogTipper and All Things Dog Blog, We'll be giving away LOTS of fab Zuke's prizes and sharing some great tips on how you can get your own pups in the game -- with training tips, activities and some suggestions on keeping your pups happy with a house full of guests.  Game time is 8 - 9 p.m. ET on Thursday, January…
  • #SuperDogSunday Viewing Guide: Get Your Dog in the Game!

    To Dog With Love
    28 Jan 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Here's your viewing guide for the #SuperDogSunday Twitter Party this Thursday, January 29 from 8 -  9 p.m. ET.  We hope you'll join us for lots of fun and prizes from Zuke's and great tips on how to get your pups game day ready with plenty of activities for a doggone good day!Here's what you need to know to participate and enjoy the fun.Between now and party time on Thursday, be sure to:RSVP for the #SuperDogSunday party. Even if you can’t attend Thursday night, you can enter to win a pre-party prize package from Zuke's!Pick out some photos of your dogs to share during…
  • Tips to Get Your Dog Game Day Ready #SuperDogSunday

    To Dog With Love
    25 Jan 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Touchdown! Rocco gets ready for #SuperDogSunday!This Sunday, millions of Americans will be camped out in front of their televisions, ready for the big game.But what about your pups? Are they Super Bowl ready?Here are some tips to help get your dogs ready for game day, whether you're expecting a house full of guests or are looking for ways to get your dog in the game with super conditioning and training tips. Then, read all the way down for details on the #SuperDogSunday Twitter party, with even more game day tips and a chance to win healthy training treats from Zuke's! Pre-Game Training…
  • Dog Walking in New Places and Dog Walking Essentials

    To Dog With Love
    22 Jan 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Walking the same routes day after day can get kind of boring. So whenever we have the opportunity, Rocco and I love to explore new places. Rocco gets to take in new sights and smells, and I get to enjoy the new scenery too.So during our recent trip to Fort Lauderdale, we had some fun walking along the Riverwalk area in the Old Fort Lauderdale Historic District.There were pretty park areas and a few restaurants that lined the waterway.We enjoyed watching the big boats, too!It was pretty walking along the Riverwalk at sunset, a great way to end another sunny Fort Lauderdale day.Heading to a new…
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  • Petplan Find a Pet: top 10 most popular dogs for sale

    Petplan
    30 Jan 2015 | 8:42 am
    Petplan’s free Find a Pet service allows you to search for puppies, kittens, cats and dogs for sale and rehoming across the UK. It’s the perfect place for responsible breeders to sell their animals and for would-be owners to find the perfect pet for them. Here are our 10 most popular dog breeds from the site and some useful facts about the typical personalities of each breed… Cavalier King Charles Spaniels The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a happy and playful companion. They are a bold and active little dog who don’t require strenuous exercise but should be taken for regular…
  • Is a rabbit an ‘easy option’ for pet owners?

    Petplan
    23 Jan 2015 | 8:35 am
    While rabbits are often perceived to be low-maintenance alternatives to cats and dogs, a happy rabbit actually needs the same level of care and attention as larger types of pet. So, while it can be tempting to rush into things and get a rabbit as a ‘starter pet’ for yourself or young family members, there are still plenty of things you need to consider. Here are just some of them… Rabbits still need plenty of space and exercise Although you won’t need to buy a lead and take your rabbit for a walk round the park each day, rabbits still need to be able to run, jump and dig – none of…
  • Petplan’s key points for responsible pet ownership

    Petplan
    15 Jan 2015 | 3:41 am
    Getting a pet can bring a lot of happiness to both you and your new cat, dog or any other furry friend you welcome into your home.   However, it’s also a serious commitment with many important duties to consider that may not be immediately apparent – responsible pet ownership consists of more than simply feeding and playing with your pet. Here are some things to bear in mind before and after you get a new pet… Choosing the right pet Firstly, you need to think about what kind of pet would be suitable for you and whether a pet is right for your home and lifestyle at all – for example,…
  • Petplan reveals the truth behind common dog myths

    Petplan
    9 Jan 2015 | 2:51 am
    Whether it’s an old wives tale or something you’ve found recently online, there is no shortage of conflicting and misleading information available about dogs. While it’s all meant to be helpful, some of it can cause undue distress to owners and pets, which is why getting the facts straight is so crucial. Thankfully, Petplan is here to help! We’ve found some of the more common myths surrounding dogs and revealed the truth behind these claims… Letting my dog out in the garden is plenty of exercise A healthy dog requires mental stimulation and human interaction as well as exercise…
  • New Year’s resolutions: how your pet can help you keep yours!

    Petplan
    27 Dec 2014 | 2:00 am
    New Year’s resolutions – a lot of people make them, but not many people are able to keep them. However, if you’re able to get your pet involved with your goals for 2015, then we think there’s a good chance you’ll be able to stick to your plans. Here are some of the most common New Year’s resolutions people make and how your pet can help you achieve them… Get healthy Perhaps the most common resolution. Getting healthy in the New Year tends to mean joining a gym or starting a new diet but, for dog owners, getting healthy could involve more regular walks or runs with your dog and…
 
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    For Your Cat - Cat Health Care Blog

  • Older Cats – Skin, Hair And Nails

    Laurie Buckley
    31 Jan 2015 | 10:29 am
    As a cat ages, her skin will start to lose elasticity and become dry and thin making her more prone to irritation and infection. To the aging cat, lumps and bumps on and/or under the skin become more common. Her grooming habits will become less conscientious (many times due to other physical ailments such as obesity or arthritis), which results in odor, dandruff, hair matting (particularly in longer-haired cats), and other skin conditions. Her claws will often times become thicker, more brittle, and overgrown (often curling around and digging into the pad of her foot). As older cats have a…
  • Campylobacteriosis In Kittens

    Laurie Buckley
    19 Feb 2014 | 1:37 pm
    Campylobacteriosis is an infectious disease which causes acute infectious diarrhea in kittens. It may also be found in shelters and catteries, mainly in cats who are poor condition and already suffering from other intestinal infections. A kitten acquires the bacterium when she comes into contact with contaminated water, food, animal feces, or uncooked beef or poultry. The Campylobacter species is capable of surviving for a period of up to five weeks in either unpasteurized milk or water. The disease has an incubation period of one to seven days. Acute infection signs include watery diarrhea…
  • A Medical Journey

    Guest Posts
    31 Aug 2013 | 2:49 pm
    Guest Post by Carly. I’ve been a cat owner for as long as I can remember. My brown tabby, Seymour, is seventeen years old and has basically grown up with me. So when his kidneys failed a few months ago, I was devastated. I didn’t know what the side effects would be, or how long he would have to live. The veterinarian didn’t make it sound good, to be honest. There were several times that I drove him to the vet’s office, the poor thing crying in his carry-case the whole way, thinking that today would be the day. But it’s been eight months since then, and Seymour’s doing okay. It…
  • What’s Wrong With My Cat’s Eyes: Feline Vestibular Syndrome

    Guest Posts
    12 Jul 2013 | 10:09 am
    Guest Post by Carolyn. One of the most curious health problems that plague our feline friends is called feline vestibular syndrome. Resulting from an off-kilter biological balance system, the cat starts to be unable to stay standing and continually falls over or go in circles. Additionally, cats become nauseous and their eyes start pulsating left-to-right as if they are seizing (or are possessed!). It’s an alarming scene to witness, but is (usually) not anything to be too concerned about. In most cases, feline vestibular syndrome happens for no reason at all and merely needs some sort of…
  • Steatitis (Yellow Fat Disease) In Cats

    Laurie Buckley
    20 May 2013 | 11:44 am
    Steatitis, or yellow fat disease, is caused by a deficiency of vitamin E. Cats who are fed a diet containing excessive amounts of unsaturated fats end up with vitamin E being destroyed in their bodies. This results in a painful inflammation in the cats body fat. The fat will turn yellow and harden greatly. A cat who eats sufficient quantities of red meat tuna will develop this extremely painful disease as it contains high levels of unsaturated fatty acids. If not properly supplemented with vitamin E an ongoing diet consisting of fish in general will lead to Steatitis. Cats should never be fed…
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    K9 Magazine

  • K9 Magazine Issue 80

    K9 Magazine
    24 Jan 2015 | 9:17 am
    Talking Point: A Public Admission About Naughty Dogs Lifestyle: Interview with Amanda Harrington K9 Health: Canine Diabetes – Could Your Dog Be at Risk? Talking Point: 9 Out of 10 Dogs Love Butcher’s… Reviews: Best Dog Products for Active Dogs & Their Owners Fashion: Priscilla & Jools – The Latest Pet Must-Haves Talking Point: If You […]K9 Magazine Issue 80 is an article from: K9 Magazine
  • Priscilla & Jools: Latest Pet Must-Haves

    K9 Magazine
    23 Jan 2015 | 3:38 am
    Well hello, as always we’re thrilled to be here bringing you a selection of some of the latest and best dog products that we’ve found, seen or tested for ourselves! We hope you’ll love what we’ve featured this month. So, without further delay, let’s get started … enjoy! Get in touch if you have a […]Priscilla & Jools: Latest Pet Must-Haves is an article from: K9 Magazine
  • Interview with Amanda Harrington

    K9 Magazine
    22 Jan 2015 | 12:01 pm
    Amanda Harrington is best known for her role as the Liverpool “IT girl” from the E4 show ‘Desperate Scousewives’. Over the years Amanda has become better known for her modelling and with a strong fan base has recently released her 2015 calendar. With lots happening for her in 2015 and with a brand new business […]Interview with Amanda Harrington is an article from: K9 Magazine
  • Book Club: Confessions of a Guide Dog

    K9 Magazine
    22 Jan 2015 | 10:38 am
    At this time of year, black ice or hard packed snow make horrible conditions to go out in. Even though we expect at any minute to slip, slide or wallop down on our backsides, when we do, our insides cartwheel. This is how I felt, when I first lost my sight and had to go […]Book Club: Confessions of a Guide Dog is an article from: K9 Magazine
  • If You Die, Will Your Dog Suffer? How to Include Your Dog in Your Will

    K9 Magazine
    22 Jan 2015 | 10:25 am
    As a nation of pet lovers we’re known for taking care of our pet’s every need as best as we can. From making sure they have the right diet, to giving them mental and physical stimulation to keep them happy and healthy on the inside and out. We do our best to provide a home […]If You Die, Will Your Dog Suffer? How to Include Your Dog in Your Will is an article from: K9 Magazine
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    Something Wagging This Way Comes

  • Dog Stuff vs Human Stuff

    Pamela
    30 Jan 2015 | 3:47 am
    Less time for visiting my friends online. Less time for having fun. Less time for playing with my dog. All because I have too much stuff to get rid of before I sell my house. How much better off would I be if I just had dog stuff and not so much human stuff? My […]
  • 9 Things I Wish My Dog Would Teach Herself

    Pamela
    29 Jan 2015 | 4:40 am
    Amazing. Although I never trained her to do this, my dog learned something very smart. Apparently she taught herself. If only my dog would teach herself a few other skills. My Dog Taught Herself To… avoid getting burning road salt on her paws. For years I’ve walked dogs who needed me to coax them off the sidewalk […]
  • Outdoor Dining With The Dog – Wordless Wednesday

    Pamela
    28 Jan 2015 | 3:01 am
    Outdoor dining then. Outdoor dining now. Which is better? Your Turn: Would you dine outdoors with your dog in the winter?  
  • Help Your Dog Bring A Lost Dog Home

    Pamela
    27 Jan 2015 | 4:42 am
    Honey’s birthday week has been more than just fun and games. In the middle of long walks, play time, and snowy outdoor dining with her (hopefully) favorite people, Honey also helped reunite a wandering dog with his person. Way to go, Honey, for helping to bring a lost dog home. What To Do If You See […]
  • Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late

    Pamela
    26 Jan 2015 | 4:32 am
    I’m a sucker for a lovely story about someone creating a “bucket list” for their dying dog. They get me every time. But they also strengthen my determination to enjoy every day I have with Honey. And not wait until it’s too late. Today Is My Dog’s Birthday Honey turns five years old today. I’m […]
 
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    Life with Cerebellar Hypoplasia Cats

  • Getting Back Into the Swing of Things

    Amanda
    31 Jan 2015 | 3:25 pm
    So I hope to get back into blogging – but here’s a minor setback: You know it’s a problem when none of your browsers auto fill the name of your website when you start typing. To be honest, I feel a little of the same — disconnected. As I mentioned earlier, living with two CH cats is …normal for me. At first, when we adopted our cats, it was easy to come up with post topics. Everything was new. I had so many questions and wanted answers. Every day we would face challenges and find ways to overcome them. Or deal with them. Or, sometimes, cry through them. Over…
  • Blast From the Past: Hi From Amanda at Life with CH Cats

    Amanda
    24 Jan 2015 | 8:50 am
    Hi all – Long time no post. A dear friend reached out the other day, mentioning the lack of posts lately. I really appreciated it. It’s something I truly think about every day – including remembering all of you – however, due to all sorts of things, this blog has taken a back seat for a while. When the new year came and went, I toyed with the idea of resolving to post more often here. We’ll see how that pans out; perhaps this is a start. Anyway, I just wanted to write a quick post to say, yes, I’m still here and think about all of you often. It’s…
  • Remembering Shakey Puddin’ Pie and Her Endless Impact

    Amanda
    3 Sep 2014 | 6:29 pm
    People say cats have nine lives. For some that’s certainly true, but it’s really just a saying, and those nine lives are always wrapped up in one lifetime. But sometimes one life can have the impact of nine lives — if not more. That’s why I wanted to post today. There’s a special cat you need to know about. Her name was Shakey Puddin’ Pie, and I’m so sorry to share that today she passed over Rainbow Bridge. Shakey was one of the most popular and important CH cats I’ll ever have known. She was the heart — the reason — behind all of…
  • Consider Helping CH Cats via This Fundraising Opportunity

    Amanda
    8 Aug 2014 | 4:35 am
    Hi all – I wanted to share with you a fundraising opportunity my good friend Deb sent my way. As you may know, every so often, there’s a CH kitty who’s in need. Deb, with her infinite compassion, is always willing to help, but sometimes she needs our help, too. Today, I’m sharing about CH cat Bailey, who’s very ill. Recent tests showed that Bailey has feline leukemia, and his pet parents could use some help with the bills. While the fundraiser below typically goes to helping the CH kitties listed farther down this page, Deb has kindly offered to help provide…
  • Better Safe Than Sorry with Annual Visits

    Amanda
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:28 am
    I don’t know about you, but I feel like it can be impossible to schedule doctors visits. I have one that’s been rescheduled multiple times, and I have a feeling it may get rescheduled again, too! CG and Ellie on their way to the vet. But when it comes to my kitties, I try to make sure their visits are regular. We go once a year — unless there’s an emergency or another significant issue — just to make sure things are OK. This past weekend we took them in. I say they, because we actually took in both at once, and it worked out nicely. We went in with a game plan…
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    Dog Collar Fancy

  • White Bon Armoire

    dogcollarfancy
    25 Jan 2015 | 10:07 pm
    This White Bon Armoire Dog Closet is now available for your pampered dog! This beautifully designed Pet Armoire is made out of solid engineered wood. It is the perfect piece of furniture to store all your dog and cat clothing along with their collars and other fashion accessories. White Bon Armoire.
  • Paris Dog Harness Vest

    dogcollarfancy
    22 Jan 2015 | 9:33 pm
    Paris Dog Harness Vest Paris Dog Harness Vest Dog Collar Fancy designer dog harness vest. Hand made Paris print dog vest decorated with shabby chic flowers with a crystal in the center. SEE IT HERE…
  • Cat Lounge – NEW in Portland, OR

    dogcollarfancy
    21 Jan 2015 | 11:53 am
    PORTLAND, Ore. — Cat lovers in Portland, Ore., can get a taste of the cat café trend sweeping the nation when Purringtons Cat Lounge opens its doors on Saturday, January 24. The first of its kind in Portland and the sixth “cat café” to open in the United States, Purringtons Cat Lounge will house cats for adoption from the Cat Adoption Team (CAT). READ ON…
  • NEWLY ADDED at Dog Collar Fancy

    dogcollarfancy
    14 Jan 2015 | 9:05 pm
    New dog collars, cat collars and more From fancy dog collars, cat collars, pet harnesses, leashes, pet collar charms and hand made dog clothes, we are constantly adding new products to our line up. STOP BY AND SEE ALL NEWLY ADDED PET BLING
  • Red Hat Leather Dog Collar

    dogcollarfancy
    22 Dec 2014 | 10:28 pm
    Gorgeous two tone leather collar in purple and red like the Red Hat Society Ladies. Red Hat Leather Dog Collar.
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    VetDepot Blog

  • 3 Cat Breeds with Low-Maintenance Grooming Needs

    VetDepot
    29 Jan 2015 | 12:53 pm
    Some cat breeds, like the Himalayan or the Persian, require a great deal of commitment when it comes to keeping their coat healthy and shiny. If you’re thinking about a new feline companion, but want one that’s a little lighter on the grooming upkeep, you may want to consider one of the following breeds: 1. Siamese (pictured above): These short-haired kitties have a coat that is relatively easy to maintain. Use a stainless steel comb to remove any knots and extra fur on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. 2. Sphynx (left): These hairless cats obviously won’t require any brushing and you…
  • 5 Ways Adopting a Dog Can Better Your Life

    VetDepot
    28 Jan 2015 | 2:00 pm
    With so many dogs in need of homes in the United States, there’s no doubt that adoption will give you the satisfaction of knowing you saved a life. But choosing to adopt a canine companion has a positive impact in many other ways as well. Below are five ways adopting a dog can change your life for the better: 1. A more positive outlook on life: It’s hard not to cheer up after a rough day when you come home to a wagging tail and slobbery kisses. Also, it’s hard to sulk around the house too long when that pup of yours is ready for a walk, giving you the perfect excuse for some sunshine…
  • Don’t Believe these 3 Winter Myths about Dogs

    VetDepot
    27 Jan 2015 | 1:26 pm
    Keeping your canine companion safe is important all year-round, but there are special precautions that need to be taken during the winter months. Unfortunately, there are some cold weather misconceptions out there regarding canine care. Don’t be fooled by these three wintertime myths: Myth #1: It’s not hot outside, so it’s okay to leave Fido in a parked car. With the engine off, temperatures drop too low during the winter to leave your dog in the car. Leaving the engine on can lead to carbon monoxide poisoning, putting your pup’s life in danger. It’s best to leave dogs safely at…
  • 7 of the Most Common Health Conditions in Adult Dogs

    VetDepot
    23 Jan 2015 | 10:20 am
    Puppies and elderly dogs are at the highest risk for disease, but that doesn’t mean that adult canines aren’t susceptible to health issues. Keep an eye out for these seven health conditions that commonly affect adult dogs: Allergies: Allergies are most likely to pop up during a dog’s adult years and can result from fleas, food ingredients, or seasonal allergens. The most common symptom is itchy skin accompanied by scratching, biting, and licking. Allergy testing or a special diet may be recommended. Cancer: Most cancers are associated with senior dogs, but some are commonly diagnosed in…
  • How Protein Affects Your Pet’s Health

    VetDepot
    21 Jan 2015 | 2:43 pm
    With all of the pet food choices and trends these days, navigating your pet’s nutritional needs can be a difficult task. One hot button word is protein, and for good reason. Protein is essential to your pet’s health in so many ways. Below are the need-to-know basics regarding protein intake and your pet’s health: How does protein impact your pet’s health? Your pet breaks down protein in the digestive system into amino acids, which are absorbed into the bloodstream. These amino acids are used to create new proteins that help your pet build muscle, repair tissue, create hormones,…
 
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    All Things Dog Blog

  • 2015 #SuperDogSunday Winners Score Big

    30 Jan 2015 | 11:00 am
    by Carrie Boyko, CEB© AllThingsDogBlog.comPatches Photobombs our Shoot#SuperDogSunday certainly did come off well last night. We all had fun, learned a lot, and our sponsors dished a bunch of prizes. Thank you to Zuke's for sponsoring! And finally, thank you to all of you who have supported this event for 5 years running. You guys rock!If your were unfortunate enough to miss this fun event, you'll still be able to read some of our great tips on the Zuke's blog, posted here. You'll find more great tips and ideas on our blog  as well as our team's blogs: Dogtipper and To Dog With…
  • #FidosFreebieFriday Does #SuperDogSunday!

    29 Jan 2015 | 1:15 pm
    by Carrie Boyko, CEBWe're all chomping at the bit to get to tonight's Twitter Party--#SuperDogSunday--sponsored by @ZukesPets and hosted by @EventBarkers. We'll open with a prize announcement at 8 PM ET sharp, so be sure you've checked out all the facts at this link and entered the pre-event giveaway, to be announced first.Now let's get to today's Fido's Freebie Friday. Bloggers are invited to list below their currently open giveaways, freebies, and prizes for pets and pet lovers so that readers may visit and explore items to win. You can help to get more awareness by sharing…
  • #SuperDogSunday Twitter Party:Who to Follow and How to Win

    28 Jan 2015 | 8:00 am
    by Carrie Boyko, CEB© AllThingsDogBlog.comReach for the Treat, Oliver!If there's one thing my dogs would tell you if they could, it's always important to know who has the treats and how they can score one. Today's Doga practice landed each of them a Z-Filet for effort. Oliver did a nice job dancing and twirling, while Tanner supervised Patches--no easy task during this photo session. Watch for more of our #SuperDogSunday antics after the party date. We'll be sure to share some bloopers as Patches photobombed our picture session in an effort to score her own Zuke's Z-filet. What a hoot…
  • #SuperDogSunday: Active Minds and Bodies

    26 Jan 2015 | 7:42 am
    by Carrie Boyko, CEB© AllThingsDogBlog.comDoga Workout: Good for Us All!Here at All Things Dog Blog we've got our own funky way of dealing with #SuperDogSunday. Many would say we're nuts, but the dogs and I enjoy our mental and physical activity in lots of fun ways--often with #doga--yoga with the dogs.In order to share some of our silliness with you, hubs shots some pics of our adventure through two or three simple poses. Oliver did some great stretching, balancing and twirling, Tanner worked on his self restraint by leaving the treats alone, even when I placed them on the floor in front of…
  • Ask the Doga Instructor: Part 4

    23 Jan 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Nikki B. and Jess Pass the TestWelcome back to our Ask the Doga Instructor interview. Today I'm asking Jess for more help on getting our dogs comfortable with and involved in our practice. Let's see what she has to say:CARRIE: Till now, I’ve more or less taken charge of helping my readers try various methods of getting their dogs involved. Aside from luring Fido with a treat, what are your top tips for getting a pup comfortable with the activity happening on the mat, and further, getting involved in it along with us? JESS:Nothing is more reassuring and comforting to animals than…
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    VitaHound

  • Powerful Oral Care Applying Propolis

    bigdog
    30 Jan 2015 | 11:06 am
    Canine Oral Care Without Brushing Honey has been used as a natural wound healer and infection fighter since ancient times, and new research is showing that a specific type of honey from New Zealand — Manuka honey — may offer a wealth of additional healing benefits. Manuka honey is made by bees that feed off the flowers of the Manuka bush, a medicinal plant native to New Zealand. The natural compound known as propolis is a highly active substance derived from bees pollinating the Manuka plant. All honey contains varying degrees of hydrogen peroxide, which is formed when worker bees…
  • Color of Dog’s Tongue, Reveals Plenty

    Staff
    28 Dec 2014 | 8:29 pm
    Providing for your dog’s quality of life requires diagnosing their level of health absent their direct feedback. VitaHound’s staff has developed various techniques over the years that help owners answer how are you feeling? The dog’s tongue can be the first-line diagnostic tool in keeping them healthy and is very easy way to monitor their well-being. Changes in its appearance provide clues that may warn of health problems, and prompt you to look further for a complete diagnosis. The normal color of healthy tongue should be a deep pink. When hot, the tongue will normally be red due to…
  • Dog Treadmill

    bigdog
    4 Nov 2014 | 1:19 pm
    We had a booth next to the Dog Pacer people during a Phoenix Paws For A Wish event . The event was a 2 day happening and Dog Pacer had one of their treadmills setup for anyone’s dog to try out. The Dog Pacer rep had their own dog trotting on one of the machines and was really enjoying the exercise. However I fully expected any random dog that attempted to tryout the machine to act fairly nervous and uneasy. It was exactly the opposite the dogs took to the treadmill with eagerness and rather than attempting to jump off when the tread began moving the dogs instinctively kept pace as their…
  • Fresh Ingredients Increase Supplements Potency

    bigdog
    13 Sep 2014 | 8:53 pm
    VitaHound’s dedication to providing the highest efficacy supplement formulated to relieve a dog’s allergies has kept their supplement out of pet stores. The advantages of purchasing a probiotic supplement direct is the control over the freshness of the blend. Pet store products typically sit in distribution warehouses for months then on store shelves for additional weeks or months, this time frame may total a year or more before the product is finally purchased by the customer. The solution is to sell the product direct via the web, this allows the production to produce product…
  • Microbiome is Foundation for Dog Health

    Staff
    12 Sep 2014 | 8:42 pm
    The bacterial richness of the dog’s gut has become the leading area of focus for dog supplements, dog food and unfortunately veterinarian visits. Evidence indicates the dog’s diet is essential to their well-being and is the foundation for a majority of their health conditions, including the common development of allergies. For this reason numerous dog food brands and pet supplements are offering probiotic focused formulations. The VitaHound organization specializes in the area of canine nutrition and has developed the leading supplement formulation for a dog’s gut health. VitaHound’s…
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    Dog News

  • Over a Third of Vets Admit to Treating Dogs Which Are ‘Medically Obese’

    Ryan O'Meara
    25 Jan 2015 | 4:10 pm
    A new study released today reveals alarming numbers of obese pets in the UK, with 43 per cent of vets treating dogs for obesity related conditions in the last 12 months. For one in three vets, more than half of all dogs treated are medically obese. Obesity can be a particularly harmful condition for dogs […]Over a Third of Vets Admit to Treating Dogs Which Are ‘Medically Obese’ is a post from: Dog News
  • Almost Three Quarters of Vets See Surge in Dogs Attending Over Christmas

    Ryan O'Meara
    22 Dec 2014 | 4:24 am
    A recent survey has revealed that almost three quarters (74%) of vets across the UK report a surge in dogs requiring medical attention after consuming harmful human food over Christmas, according to Direct Line Pet Insurance. The research also revealed that more than eight in 10 (86 per cent) have treated dogs for ingesting harmful human […]Almost Three Quarters of Vets See Surge in Dogs Attending Over Christmas is a post from: Dog News
  • Good Vet Guide 2014 Winner Announced

    Ryan O'Meara
    18 Dec 2014 | 7:40 am
    Following a 12 month search to track down and celebrate the UK’s top veterinary practices, we’re delighted to announce the winner of this year’s prestigious Veterinary Awards 2014 (as voted by a growing gathering of the UK’s most in-the-know pet owners). It’s pleasing to note that our blossoming reputation as a discerning ‘must-have’ annual award […]Good Vet Guide 2014 Winner Announced is a post from: Dog News
  • Pet Charity Claims UK Heading for Animal Welfare Disaster

    Ryan O'Meara
    10 Dec 2014 | 4:02 pm
    Badly behaved and overweight pets are fuelling a pet welfare crisis in Britain, according to the annual PAW Report from vet charity PDSA. The latest Report reveals some shocking findings with a rise in dog aggression and destructive behaviour, caused by a cocktail of boredom, lack of training and socialisation and worryingly low levels of regular […]Pet Charity Claims UK Heading for Animal Welfare Disaster is a post from: Dog News
  • A Third of Pet Owners Make Provisions for Pets in Wills

    Ryan O'Meara
    5 Dec 2014 | 7:56 am
    Our pets mean the world to us but have you made provisions, whether appointing a guardian or financial support, for your pets in a will? Almost a third (30%) of UK animal lovers have, according to new research recently released by The Co-operative Legal Services, and almost half (45%) of pet owners have claimed they would […]A Third of Pet Owners Make Provisions for Pets in Wills is a post from: Dog News
 
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    The Chronicles of Cardigan

  • 8 Obvious Reasons Why Dogs Sit on Cats [With BONUS Video]

    Elizabeth Keene
    28 Jan 2015 | 11:39 am
    If you've lived dangerously* - as I have - perhaps you've witnessed it: a dog backing up to a cat and resting his entire backside (usually with tail in the upright position, thereby, fully exposing the butthole) directly over the cat's face. Or, if his aim is off (as my dogs' usually is, because they're corgis, and have limited clearance between their butts and the floor), on the flat part of the cat's side, as if sitting on a back-less futon.It's quite a sight to behold, actually. Not so much the act of sitting on the cat, but that, in many cases, the cat either a) seems to enjoy it, or b)…
  • 5 Ways My No-good, Broken Dishwasher Triggered a Happiness Windfall for My Dogs

    Elizabeth Keene
    21 Jan 2015 | 12:26 pm
    My dishwasher quit working earlier this month. Naturally, it outed its state of malfunction just after I'd carefully crammed in the last possible dirty dish. (Dear dishwasher makers: Maybe think about adding a "breakdown imminent, do not load" warning chime to future models? Because the current system of "let's let her fill it all the way up and see if she cries when it doesn't start" just isn't cutting it. Thanks for listening.)It stayed broken for nearly two weeks, because a) there is a shortage of "authorized brand A" service providers in every zip code in America, which means one will…
  • Tacky Cardigan With Words on It, Squared: The Ugly Sweater Paradox (and photo fest)

    Elizabeth Keene
    5 Jan 2015 | 9:27 am
    paradox (noun): 3. Any person, thing or situation exhibiting an apparently contradictory nature. dictionary.comI bought this "ugly" holiday sweater with the words "Let It Snow" on it for Jon Farleigh.(Hint: That is why this post is a Tacky Cardigan squared. It's a "Tacky Cardigan" about an actual tacky cardigan. And, it has words on it. This achievement, to me, is like another person's completion of a half marathon. Not sure what the equivalent of a full marathon would be, perhaps this post. Anyway...)I guess - notwithstanding it's in the shape of a dog's torso (vs. human's), which…
  • Two Cats Walk Into a Public Restroom...

    Elizabeth Keene
    17 Dec 2014 | 8:20 am
    Preface: This blog is, to me, like a blank canvas is to an artist - except I use words, and not paint. Also, the artist in my example is an elephant, who uses her trunk to fling random colors in the general direction of the canvas. But it's still art - to her. There was that one day, though, when she (the elephant) didn't feel like using paint anymore, so she just stood there and grunted, while staring at her blank piece of paper. Days went by, with more grunting, and still no desire to fling paint. This would be a really sad story, except that on the 8th, or 78th day, she looked down and saw…
  • 10 (Previously Published) Reasons My Dogs Are Strange + One 'Scary-Spice' New One

    Elizabeth Keene
    9 Dec 2014 | 10:57 am
    Note: This post has nothing to do with Mel B.A few days ago, after posting on Facebook about how the dogs had been particularly barky that morning, a reader brought up in comments how her beloved dog, Nugget, had a few quirky barking habits of his own. One of those habits, she went on to say, even necessitates a psych ritual (as in she has to psych herself up for the impending bark fest) every time she uses the hair dryer. (yikes!) Post by The Chronicles of Cardigan.And so, I told her about how I can't open my spice drawer, without Jon Farleigh going ballistic and trying to "kill" all the…
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    Animal News and Stories - PetsLady.com

  • Meet Matteo And His Marmots

    Laurie Kay Olson
    27 Jan 2015 | 5:49 am
    For Matteo Walch the Austrian Alps are alive with the sound of marmots. The boy from Innsbruck became acquainted with the creatures when he was just four years old when his family was on vacation. They have returned each year since so that Matteo can visit with the animals he loves. Don't call him a marmot whisperer though. Marmots are not as shy as they are made out to be. #pets #animals
  • Man Constantly Creating Amazing Home For His Cats

    Laurie Kay Olson
    26 Jan 2015 | 6:02 am
    There are a lot of cat lovers out there who believe that they really spoil their cats rotten. They would be hard pressed to go further than Greg Krueger of St. James, Minnesota. He has spent the past 15 years continuously remodeling his house -- just for his cats. For most people this would seem to be an act of insanity. For Krueger it was more of an ingenious method of self-therapy. #pets #animals
  • News Of The Weird: Compression Suits For Camels

    Laurie Kay Olson
    25 Jan 2015 | 5:54 am
    Horses and dogs that race already have compression suits to help improve their performance. Al Shibla, a company based in the UAE that specializes in luxury goods for horses and camels, recently launched a line of compression suits for camels. The company claims that the strange product is already generating a great deal of interest among stable owners in the Middle East. #pets #animals
  • ‘Easy Rider’ Dogs Don Doggles & Ride Shotgun In Motorcycle Sidecars

    Ron Callari
    23 Jan 2015 | 3:09 pm
    Down through the ages, man’s best friend has often filled the role of ’sidekick,’ whether it be the family dog, a guard dog or a member of a police squad’s K-9 Unit. But, most recently that term took on a more literal meaning. In a new initiative that includes sidecars, doggles (doggie goggles) and road trips, ’sidecar dogs’ are becoming the new rage. #pets #animals
  • Office Mascot Survives Charlie Hebdo Terrorists Attacks In Paris

    Ron Callari
    21 Jan 2015 | 9:31 am
    As the whole world learned of the devastating terrorist attacks inflicted on the Charlie Hebdo’s office in Paris, little was reported about the affects on one lone canine. Actually it wasn’t until January 16 that France’s Le Monde newspaper released a very heart-warming story of an unreported survivor of the shootings. #pets #animals
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    Wag The Dog UK

  • Best Dog Walking Jacket To Keep You Dry [ Review ]

    Maggie
    30 Jan 2015 | 9:10 am
    Maggie If there’s one thing you can guarantee everyday, is that the dog has to go out! It doesn’t matter if it’s cool crisp and sunny or a wet and windy muddy day,  you’ve got a dog jumping at the door telling you to hurry and take them for their daily run.  And at this time of year, more often than not that also involves you getting wet! So a good quality waterproof jacket is a must-have item and the Berghaus Woman’s Bowfell Jacket does just the trick. Lucky for peep, we were able to road test a Gor-tex jacket by Berghaus  which is an excellent quality product…
  • Paw Paws Dog Collar And Lead

    Maggie
    27 Jan 2015 | 7:24 am
    Maggie I must say that I love my collars and leads, they’re not just something that’s wrapped around my neck and attached to my peep when we go out. My collars are a little expression of me and my peep. The best thing about collars and leads is that they come in million of styles, shapes, colours not to mention all the different types of fabrications. How could a dog just have one? They compliment every event we do and are with us everywhere we go. Dog collars is something every dog wears everyday. But why do we find our collars so desirable? It’s partly because…
  • Should I get a cat or a dog?

    Maggie
    26 Jan 2015 | 5:33 am
    Maggie I know with my peep it was the biggest question she asked herself all the time, “should I get a cat or a dog“. You see, my peep grew up in a house full of pets, dogs, cats and even an Iguana! She knew that when she had her own home a pet in the house was a must. Believe it or not, her first choice was getting a cat. I can’t fault her due to I wasn’t even born yet, and I understood why she chose a cat to share her home. At the time, she traveled and worked out of the home and didn’t have the extra time for taking care of a dog’s needs. However with a…
  • Our Pawsome Box Winners & Review

    Maggie
    21 Jan 2015 | 4:35 am
    Maggie Ahrooo…. our  December Pawsome box arrived last week for Maggie and our winner’s of our Christmas Giveaway!  It was a little late to put under the tree, due to Pawsome Box got stuck with shipping issues this year, however they worked really hard to fix the mix up and got out our boxes as soon as they could. Now I must say, I was pretty spoiled already at Christmas, so what dog wouldn’t love a special box full of fun tasty things in January? It was a great surprize and I’ll tell you all about it… If you aren’t familiar, Pawsome Box is a monthly…
  • Turning down the bed

    Tracy Ahrens
    14 Jan 2015 | 5:41 am
    Tracy Ahrens My first dog, a Brittany spaniel named Speckles, knew my routine when it came to daily activities. He always reacted specifically for each one. For example, I’d brush my teeth in the evening and he knew I was going to be heading to bed shortly after. He would stand in the bathroom doorway to see what I was doing and then walk slowly to his crate where he nested for the night. My cat Forest is like an alarm clock. He knows that when the sun starts to rise my alarm clock is about to ring. He will jump onto my bed and hop back and forth over my head while I’m sleeping. When that…
 
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    PET-Happy.com

  • How to deter cats – a review of most popular cat deterrents and methods to keep cats away

    Signe & Maris Munkevics
    28 Jan 2015 | 9:50 am
    Keeping cats off counters, away from trash bins and plant pots, or out of certain areas may appear complicated at first, but not after you include a cat deterrent in the process. However, there are too many cat deterrent methods described on the internet and in other sources, so how do you know which works best? Which does not harm your cat or your relationship with the cat? In this article we review most common cat deterrents and cat deterring methods. You will learn about the advantages and disadvantages of using particular cat deterrents in different situations. Motion-activated cat…
  • Why is your cat yawning at you? Are you that boring?

    Signe & Maris Munkevics
    22 Jan 2015 | 7:30 am
     Some rights reserved by Tambako the Jaguar Cats are not observed yawning that often; however, there are many individual cats that do this a lot. If your cat yawns at you, does this mean they find you boring? Well, that might be true, but the funny thing is that explanations for why cats yawn are not that different from the reasons why humans and several other animals yawn. Yawning is considered an involuntarily action. That is, the one yawning cannot help but yawn. Here is a list of possible reasons why scientists think that cats may yawn: Cats yawn to intake more air. Yawning allows the…
  • 4 early signs of diabetes you should be able to recognize in your dog

    Signe & Maris Munkevics
    20 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    The first visible sign is usually frequent urination and accidents. Diabetes has increased among dogs and cats over the last several decades. Some say it may simply be because pets live longer, giving them a greater chance to develop diabetes. However, it’s also hard not to notice that the lifestyles and diets of dogs have changed radically. Unfortunately, it’s not that straightforward, because no one can identify the true cause of diabetes mellitus in dogs. Some good news about diabetes is that the sooner it is noticed, the greater chances the patient has to live a normal life. Being…
  • What is false pregnancy in cats?

    Signe & Maris Munkevics
    16 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    Increased appetite is one of the most common signs of false pregnancy in cats. False pregnancy in cats, also known as pseudocyesis, is a state when some true pregnancy signs are present in a non-pregnant female cat. Most people have heard about false pregnancy in dogs, but a similar, though not as common, condition can occur in female cats. False pregnancy in cats occurs when a female cat ovulates but does not become pregnant. Unlike humans or dogs, cats do not ovulate in a cycle. Cats are known as induced ovulators, which means that they ovulate only after mechanical stimulation of the…
  • Can poor appetite hurt your cat? Learn about hepatic lipidosis

    Signe & Maris Munkevics
    13 Jan 2015 | 8:42 am
    Treatment of hepatic lipidosis usually include force feeding a cat using a syringe or tube. Hepatic lipidosis, also known by the name, fatty liver disease, is among the most common diseases in cats. In recent history, before the cause of fatty liver disease was identified, it resulted in a high mortality rate, which is still a concern if the hepatic lipidosis is left untreated. In this article, you are going to learn what hepatic lipidosis in cats is, what causes it, and most important, how to treat and avoid feline hepatic lipidosis in the future. Causes of hepatic lipidosis in cats Hepatic…
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  • The rainbow bridge is a selfish bitch.

    Katherine
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:14 pm
    I started to write this post in August, 2011 about a few losses we had had through the pet blogging community. I stopped writing it, because I felt like I couldn’t adequately discuss a matter I hadn’t experienced on the personal level that the blogger’s who lost their pets had, and that it might be insulting for me to post about it. Now, unfortunately, I can finish this post. I need to finish it.  I usually try to keep things G-Rated on the blog, because honestly, what’s more family friendly than a website full of animals? Today, however, is not that day. Course…
  • Bringing home baby: A growing family with Boston Terriers in Atlanta

    Katherine
    26 Jul 2013 | 11:58 am
    Today’s guest post comes from Sara of Life in These Times, a fantastic blog about being a mother, a DIY-er, a wife, and a pet parent. Sara has been a co-worker of mine at two different Atlanta agencies, and I always love hearing about her daughter, Keelin, and her two Boston Terriers. Now, you get to hear about them too! I’ve always loved dogs. I’ve always wanted to be a mom. So, the likelihood that the titles of ‘pet owner’ and ‘mother’ would eventually cross paths was inevitable from the beginning. Now to follow with the ‘normal’ chain of events, I did the expected.
  • A little about the human and the future of this dog blog

    Katherine
    24 Jul 2013 | 7:06 am
    Wow. It’s almost August, which means that it has almost been five months since I published on Life with Arie. From the last year on this blog, you’ve seen me take a break for about a month or so here or there, but not like this; not a  complete and total blog siesta in No-Post Snoozeville. The truth is, over the past five months (almost 5 months…when you’re talking about not writing, the almost is important), I’ve spent a lot of time dealing with things in my own life, deciding whether to continue this dog blog, and growing as a person and as a professional.
  • The 7 Sides of a Sleepy White German Shepherd

    Katherine
    11 Mar 2013 | 5:21 am
    This morning, I woke up at 5:30 AM and could not get back to sleep. After a few minutes of tossing and turning, I finally gave up and surrendered myself to the mercy of the Macbook and the coffee pot and positioned myself near the window so as to enjoy the pending Atlanta sunrise. As I typed away, jotting down ideas for work, Life with Arie, and beyond, I became aware of a low, rhythmic sound coming from the living room. Steadily, the noise got louder, and louder, until it was clearly identifiable: Arie, my White German Shepherd, was snoring. I peeked into the living room, because Arie only…
  • The Rules to Having a Dog

    Katherine
    7 Mar 2013 | 10:23 am
    Have you liked Life with Arie on Facebook yet? If not, you should, and if you have, you may have noticed our new rule series. Lately I’ve had several conversations with friends about the “rules” to having a dog. One is about to start pet sitting a dog, and is nervous about caring for a dog she doesn’t know quite know the habits and needs of yet. Others are contemplating getting a puppy for the first time, and still others are wondering how to mingle their new dog with their beloved cat. Over the past few weeks of having these conversations, I’ve also been…
 
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  • 3 Gorgeous Puff Ball Dog Breeds

    31 Jan 2015 | 6:39 am
    If you are looking for a small dog that boasts lots of personality and a gorgeous puff ball coat, there are plenty of breeds to choose from. However, three that stand out in a canine crowd have to be the Pomeranian, the Maltese and the Bichon Frise all of which boast feisty yet loving characters. These dogs are adorable looking and most of the time don't have a clue as to how small they act...
  • Health Issues Seen in the Griffon Bruxellois

    31 Jan 2015 | 6:31 am
    The Griffon Bruxellois is an adorable looking little dog that boasts a long lifespan which when they are well cared for can be anything from 12 to 15 years. They are robust characters but like so many other pure breeds, the Griffon is prone to suffer from certain health issues. These are well worth knowing about if you are thinking about sharing your home with one. As with any health issue, the...
  • A Few Secrets Your Cat Would Like to Tell You

    31 Jan 2015 | 5:44 am
    Sharing a home with feline friend is extremely rewarding. These lovely independent characters are a lot of fun to be around and although a lot of the time they like to be left to their own devices, cats still need owners to take good care of them. Cats have some wonderful ways of communicating with people and anyone who owns one knows that each and ever...
  • Great Dane hereditary health and longevity

    31 Jan 2015 | 5:33 am
    The Great Dane is one of the tallest of all of the dog breeds, and one that has potentially the longest known history. Dogs that resemble the Great Dane are recorded in frescoes from the 13th century BC, and dogs of the Great Dane type have been recorded throughout history in various different parts of the world. ...
  • Greater Swiss mountain dog hereditary health and longevity

    30 Jan 2015 | 12:56 am
    The greater Swiss mountain dog is one of the Swiss Sennenhund breeds, and the largest of the four. Males can stand up to 28.5” tall at the withers, with females reaching up to 27”. Dogs of the breed can weigh up to 70kg, making the dog a large to giant breed and one that is both tall and heavy. The breed is considered to be very physically strong with heavy bones, but they...
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    McLean Puppy Chronicles

  • Southeastern's Open House and How Corky Schmoozes

    CD McLean
    31 Jan 2015 | 12:39 pm
    For our meeting this month we went to the open house for Southeastern Guide Dogs and talked with visitors to let them know more about the puppy raiser program.  Two of Southeastern's employees at the welcome area.The open house is always a fun event to go to because all of the areas are open to see: the kennels, the dorms, the vet center.  So the places that are really interesting and usually off limits are open to the public for tours and an explanation.A cheerful young lady mans the volunteer opportunities table. Nancy with her yellow goldadore Cloe and Fred and I with Corky…
  • What It Means to Sponsor a Puppy

    CD McLean
    24 Jan 2015 | 7:45 am
    Southeastern Guide Dogs' primary mission is to provide dog who blaze a trail of freedom for their visually impaired partners. A secondary and lesser know mission is the one the dogs have embedded in their brains: their name. For each dog is named for someone special and he or she carries the hopes and dreams of that person's legacy with them. SponsorshipsThe naming process is a very special process.  A person or a family or group will come together and make a decision to honor someone.  At Berkeley, we decided to honor our retiring headmaster, Joseph A. Merluzzi: JAM.Joseph A.
  • All Dogs Are Black at Night

    CD McLean
    4 Jan 2015 | 11:48 am
    Last night was a late night for me.  Fred had worked out in the yard and was very tired.  He went up to bed early.  So, left to my own devices, I meandered along on the internet and became trapped in that sinkhole of time known to many as Pinterest. I took a detour into the cul de sac of doom: Etsy.  When, with bleary eyes, I looked up, it was midnight and Fred had thoughtfully left me with all the dogs. We trudged with heavy feet up the stairs.  There was one light on in the bathroom.  The dogs fled into the darkness of the bedroom.  I began to put on my…
  • Puppy Portraits: Christmas Presents

    CD McLean
    28 Dec 2014 | 6:20 am
    Santa brought some very nice presents to our house and there were some improved lenses to help take better photos for the blog.  So, today, I have some examples taken with one of my new lenses. (In case you are interested, I use a Canon Rebel T3 and this lens is a 24-105mm).  Our December meeting was a webinar by Jen Gerrity on dog body language, so I will use what I learned to evaluate the photos to see if our puppies are relaxed or not!!A relaxed dog is indicated by a face that is squishy and soft.  The muzzle is soft, not drawn tight, not tense.  There are not whites of…
  • Corky's School Introductions

    CD McLean
    19 Dec 2014 | 11:23 pm
    I introduced Corky to lower, middle and upper division on three separate days in early December.  It was shortly after Katie Bandel's visit, so it was in actuality auspiciously timed as the students in upper had a more impactful idea of what Corky would be doing for someone later on in life.  We are hoping to bring Katie back to Berkeley in Jan/Feb to speak with lower and middle and to do the exercise with the dixie cups with them as well.Corky on stage in upper.  He did a nice sit. Corky was pretty good on stage.  He did sit when given the command.  Of course,…
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  • Dog Collars Leather – A Highly Durable Accessory for your Pet

    Keith Mom
    23 Jan 2015 | 3:38 am
    The main purpose of dog collars is to keep the pets in line whenever we go out for a walk. Collars are not only used to keep the dog controlled, but also used as identification if the dog is lost. Most of the dog owners prefer dog collars leather to buy. You will find easily […] more on...http://www.a2zpetsinfo.com
  • 10 Tips to Protect Your Pet in the Summer Months

    Keith Mom
    18 Aug 2014 | 5:16 pm
    Make your pet cool during warmer temperatures!! Create an ideal atmosphere that protects not only you but also your pet to beat bad tick season. As it is very challenging to keep your pet safe in summer months, we have highlighted some helpful tips that keep your pet safe and cool while enjoying outdoor activities. […] more on...http://www.a2zpetsinfo.com
  • What are the Side Effects of Cat Flu Vaccine?

    Keith Mom
    14 Aug 2014 | 6:26 pm
    Vaccinations are not only the thing of humans but also considered to your pets!! Yes, pets must be vaccinated in order to reduce the risk of developing many infectious diseases and make their body strong enough to fight against illnesses. Keep your pets protected from various infections to keep yourselves protected as well. However, these […] more on...http://www.a2zpetsinfo.com
  • The Rules of Feeding Your Horse

    Keith Mom
    11 Aug 2014 | 11:48 am
    All horses are unique and will have their own feeding rhythms, yet the basic guide lines to be followed remain the same. 1. Plenty of Roughage The digestive system of horses is best suited to extract the necessary nutrients from grassy stalks. A horse will eat one to two percent of his body weight in […] more on...http://www.a2zpetsinfo.com
  • 10 Exciting and Elegant Pet Furniture Ideas for Dogs and Cats

    Keith Mom
    14 Jul 2014 | 1:12 am
    Are you a pet lover? Whatever the type of pet you have, they create fun atmosphere but make sure you are taking proper care for its well-being and comfort. Furniture of your home takes important part while providing everything required for pets. Creating innovative and comfortable furniture designs is most brilliant idea to keep your […] more on...http://www.a2zpetsinfo.com
 
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  • Let’s Talk About Love

    Abhishek Joshi
    29 Jan 2015 | 5:32 am
    Dog With Blog Dog With Blog - The world as the dogs sees it.Birdman is this dog’s pick for 2015 Academy Awards. Let’s talk about love. In an age when the art of filmmaking has lost to the onslaught of blockbusters, the refreshing black comedy Birdman offers an artist’s battle caught at dire ends. The story of a once-famous actor – who didn’t submit to the dichotomy of … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Love →The post Let’s Talk About Love appeared first on Dog With Blog.
  • Reasons for moving

    Abhishek Joshi
    14 Jan 2015 | 1:10 am
    Dog With Blog Dog With Blog - The world as the dogs sees it.“We all have reasons for moving. I move to keep things whole.” ― Mark Strand Connect with Dog with Blog on Facebook Twitter  G+ InstagramThe post Reasons for moving appeared first on Dog With Blog.
  • Sleeping next to you

    Abhishek Joshi
    9 Jan 2015 | 5:28 am
    Dog With Blog Dog With Blog - The world as the dogs sees it.And too much is said of hounds and hygiene embraces and hugs cats and camaraderie. I know not what diseases they say dogs may bring For they brought me love and I have never been sick ever since. Connect with Dog with Blog on Facebook Twitter  G+ InstagramThe post Sleeping next to you appeared first on Dog With Blog.
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    Puppy In Training

  • Pet Blogger Challenge 2015

    Colby
    12 Jan 2015 | 5:16 pm
    Welcome 2015!  Many thanks to Amy at GoPetFriendlyBlog.com for once again hosting the Pet Blogger Challenge. It was a bit rough blogging in 2014 especially the last few month.   However, I actually got a lot done in 2014 with the exception of blogging.  A few highlights last year: I sold the condo I lived […]
  • 8th Annual Home For The Holidays Pet Adoption Fair

    Colby
    26 Nov 2014 | 5:40 pm
    Can you believe the Eighth Annual Home For The Holidays Pet Adoption is right around the corner!?  Me neither! I’m not sure, but I think I attended the very first Home For The Holidays Pet Adoption and wrote about it right here on the blog!  That would have been way back in December of 2007!  Of […]
  • Guess Who’s Going To Service Dog College?

    Colby
    1 Oct 2014 | 12:26 am
    Today Adelle began the next step in her journey to becoming a service dog.  We like to call it going to Service Dog College.  However, Adelle was selected for a special program before she actually starts Service Dog College.  So I guess she’s actually going to Service Dog Junior College first Every New Beginning Comes […]
  • A Note To Pet Product Advertisers…Build Relationships!

    Colby
    28 Aug 2014 | 3:40 pm
    I know a few of you out there are pet bloggers and I’m sure you’ve run into the same frustrating moments as me when it comes to pet product advertisers.  Today we’re veering away form the normal puppy training tips and instead we’re going to give a little lesson on what we think advertisers should be doing to get […]
  • 5 Great Puppy Socialization Ideas For Guide Pups In Training

    Colby
    15 Aug 2014 | 8:35 am
    Puppy socialization is one of the most important jobs we have as puppy raisers, but what exactly is socialization? “Socialization means learning to be part of society. When we talk about socializing pet puppies, it means helping them learn to be comfortable as a pet within human society—a society that includes many different types of […]
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    Augie March: King of Doodles

  • Henry, the Indian Runner Duck, Story

    24 Jan 2015 | 4:27 pm
    Meet Henry. Fawn and white Indian runner duck.Henry joined the flock last year after the muscovy couple, Sao-Ree and Jing-Jai, managed to hide and hatch an egg which resulted in Bernadette. Poor, lonely little Bernie. Henry was meant to be Bernadette's companion, and she loved him. At first Mama Jing-Jai took to Henry and encouraged him to get close to her. But after a few days, luckily during a time when I was sitting only feet away, Jing-Jai attacked Henry, grabbing him by the neck and slapping him around in the crate. I heard his cries and got him out of there. So I was a duck mother,…
  • It's Not MY Pet; Therefore, I'll Eat It

    14 Jan 2015 | 7:37 pm
    Augie March -- King of Doodles was recently sited as a resource on Backyard Chickens Forums for the article Signs of Intestinal Blockage in Pet Ducks. We hope our experience with Mista Clyde helps save other ducks and geese.Last night when I picked up my Chinese gander, Freddie, and felt the shape of his thighs in my hands, the way he relaxed his body in trust as I carried him into the garage where he sleeps, it dawned on me that most other people only think of those thighs on a plate. In that moment I could see a plucked bird in the frozen section of the grocery store--that sterile place…
  • Iliya Needs a Shoe

    13 Jan 2015 | 6:48 pm
    Iliya: not too happy about wearing a shoe. His wife Bella tookone look at his foot and muttered a disgusted, "Quack-quack."Bumblefoot.Ugh.Several years have passed since we've seen any bumblefoot around here. Little Iliya is limping. His right middle toe has a bumble. Yesterday he wore a neoprene shoe I'd made several years ago--just to see how the shoe fit and to get him used to wearing one. The shoe needs readjusting, because he has slender ankles and so the shoe slips forward, almost off his foot, but not quite.I've found that 1) removing the bumble, 2) medicating and wrapping the foot, 3)…
  • Lukas and the Rafters Settled in their New Home

    4 Jan 2015 | 2:23 pm
    Lukas keeps a suspicious eye on C. as she collects eggsfrom the new duck house.My friend C. has anticipated for two years being reunited with her rescued Pekin drake Lukas who was flown all the way from Santa Barbara, CA to Spokane, WA to be with C. after her beloved Fritz passed on at the young age of two from a sudden egg stroke in 2012.Lukas is a big boy. I kept him for two years and during that time I didn't weigh him, but he was all muscle and heavy. He fell in love with my Pekin, Sofiya, which wasn't a surprise since Lukas had never met another duck and had only seen himself in the…
  • Duck Love

    24 Oct 2014 | 1:44 pm
    Do ducks fall in love? Do they become attached to each other? How can we humans tell if ducks have the same types of emotions we do and/or how do we know how complex duck relationships (both friendships and love affairs) really are?
 
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    Hannah the Pet Society

  • National Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day

    The Hannah Team
    28 Jan 2015 | 2:24 pm
    We’ve said it before; there seems to be a day, week or month to commemorate everything.  Following Dress Your Pet Day and Train Your Dog Month, today Hannah Society is celebrating National Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day! Whether you’re a “cat person” or not, it’s natural to observe a cat and wonder exactly what they’re thinking.  To celebrate this special day, Hannah has compiled a list of questions and answers about our feline friends.  Questions are the easy part; it’s the answers that are hard.  Afterall, cats are still a mystery to us, even after thousands of years of…
  • National Train Your Dog Month

    The Hannah Team
    21 Jan 2015 | 12:20 pm
    Did you know that January is National Train Your Dog Month?  This month we examine the benefits of training your Pet and why it’s so very important. At Hannah, we believe that a well-trained dog is a happy and healthy dog.  That’s why we’ve made behavioral training one of the three main components of our Total Lifetime Care program.  Along with all-inclusive veterinary care and high-quality Pet food, Hannah members also receive adult and puppy classes, on-leash classes and private behavior consultations with our staff of Pet behavior experts. So, why is training so important?
  • It’s Dress Your Pet Day!

    The Hannah Team
    14 Jan 2015 | 1:33 pm
    It seems there is a day to commemorate everything.  January alone contains Argyle Day, J.R.R. Tolkein Day, Rubber Duckie Day and of course, Fruitcake Toss Day! But today is one commemorative day that we at Hannah always look forward to: National Dress Your Pet Day!  That’s right Pet parents, it’s time to find or create the perfect outfit for your furry family members. Dressing your Pet is a fun and easy way to not only bond with your Pets, but also to find fun ways of keeping them warm and cozy!  Here are a few ideas and a tip or two to keep in mind when choosing the perfect outfit for…
  • Bring Your Pets in from the Cold!

    The Hannah Team
    7 Jan 2015 | 12:19 pm
    As winter temperatures continue to rise and fall here in the Pacific Northwest, we at Hannah wanted to stop and remind our readers about some important measures to take to keep your Pets healthy, warm and happy. We’ve written a few blogs highlighting the risks of hot weather, such as leaving Pets in the car or outdoors without shade or water.  But cold weather can be equally risky.  And a few simple tips can help Pet parents to prevent injury, illness and pain in their furry family members. -          First, think about how your own body reacts to extreme cold.  If you’re…
  • Resolve to Improve Your (and Your Pet’s) Health!

    The Hannah Team
    30 Dec 2014 | 1:44 pm
    Each New Year allows us the opportunity to assess those areas where we can make changes and improvements in our lives.  For many, these changes often involve making a decision to implement new exercise regimens, improving diets or limit certain behaviors. This year, consider a New Year’s Resolution that will not only improve your own health, longevity and happiness, but also that of your Pet!  Like us, our Pets require regular exercise to stay healthy, mentally stimulated and reduce stress levels.  Here are a few New Year Resolutions that will not only improve fitness levels, but will…
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    Two Little Cavaliers

  • Inspire Us Tuesdays – Bring On the Hot Soup!

    Felissa Elfenbein
    27 Jan 2015 | 3:51 am
    Inspire Us Tuesdays – Bring On the Hot Soup! Inspire Us Tuesdays – Bring On the Hot Soup! Welcome back to Inspire Us Tuesdays #25! Two weeks ago our party had 88 inspiring links! It means so much to us that you keep coming back to party with us week after week! We can’t wait to see what you have to share this week! […] Two Little Cavaliers - Helping Dog Owners and their Dogs Live the Life They Deserve
  • Heart Shaped Oatmeal Dog Treats

    Felissa Elfenbein
    19 Jan 2015 | 9:01 pm
    Heart Shaped Oatmeal Dog Treats Heart Shaped Oatmeal Dog Treats For this dog treat I wanted to go with something that would produce a red colored treat without using food coloring or dyes. That is why I was so excited when I found a baby food made with beets. I am not sure who feeds their baby beets or I […] Two Little Cavaliers - Helping Dog Owners and their Dogs Live the Life They Deserve
  • How to Keep Your Dog Warm in The Winter

    Felissa Elfenbein
    19 Jan 2015 | 7:07 am
    How to Keep Your Dog Warm in The Winter How to Keep Your Dog Warm in The Winter Hello it’s the Two Little Cavaliers Davinia and Indiana and we are here to talk to you about how much we hate being cold! We bet a lot of your dogs are not fans either. Sure it is fun to play in the yard or go […] Two Little Cavaliers - Helping Dog Owners and their Dogs Live the Life They Deserve
  • My Veterinarian Drives a BMW and I Do Not Care

    Felissa Elfenbein
    16 Jan 2015 | 8:58 am
    My Veterinarian Drives a BMW and I Do Not Care My Veterinarian Drives a BMW and Owns a Winter Home Actually I have no idea what kind of car any of the Veterinarians at the practice we go to drive and I honestly don’t care. It is none of my business. Do you ask your doctor what kind of car they drive or inquire about […] Two Little Cavaliers - Helping Dog Owners and their Dogs Live the Life They Deserve
  • Inspire Us Tuesdays #24

    Felissa Elfenbein
    13 Jan 2015 | 3:00 am
    Inspire Us Tuesdays #24 Inspire Us Tuesdays #24 Welcome Back to Inspire Us Tuesday #24. Last week our party had 107 awesome links submitted! It means so much to us that you continue to come back week after week to share your creativity with us! Before we get busy partying, we wanted to let you all know we are […] Two Little Cavaliers - Helping Dog Owners and their Dogs Live the Life They Deserve
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    K9 Instinct - Dog Nutritionist in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. K9 Instinct Blog! Dog Nutrition consultations online! - Blog

  • Grain free and Egg free Homemade Coconut and Pear Dog Cookie Recipe

    26 Jan 2015 | 1:11 pm
    A healthy, nutritious homemade coconut and pear dog cookie recipe that is grain free and egg free, making it ideal for dogs with allergies or food sensitivities! Minimal, healthy ingredients ensure that you and feeding your dogs food that is good for the body and tastes delicious!Coconut flour is grain and gluten free and is a healthy, low carbohydrate alternative to bleached grain flour. Coconut flour is especially good for helping to improve the skin and coat. Coconut oil is a healthy, easily digestible oil that helps improve the skin and coat condition! Raw, local honey is also great for…
  • The Benefits of Hemp Seed Oil for Dogs!

    21 Jan 2015 | 10:07 am
    What is hemp seed oil and how does it benefit my dog? It is an exceptionally rich oil high in essential omega fatty acids and proteins, it has a nutty flavor and is deep green in color. The oil does not contain any detectable Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC. Hemp is NOT marijuana). The green color in hemp seed oil is a result of the high level of chlorophyll which is naturally present in the seeds. There are a lot of health benefits to chlorophyll as well, but that is a topic for another article! Hemp seed oil is considered to be the most nutritional oils available and is easily digestible…
  • How to choose the best food for your dog!

    4 Jan 2015 | 12:57 pm
    You are what you eat! Nutrition plays an important role in your dogs general health and well-being. Just like with people, your dogs diet directly impacts their health! Dogs that eat junk food full of chemicals and low quality ingredients will not be as healthy as dogs eating fresh whole foods that are species appropriate and full of healthy ingredients.Dogs are individuals with their own dietary needs based on several factors such as genetics and their current state of health. While one type of diet may not be ideal for every dog, the majority of dogs tend to thrive on diets consisting of…
  • Coconut Oil Skin Treatment for Dogs with Skin and Coat Problems

    2 Jan 2015 | 7:41 am
    One of the most common problems dogs experience is some sort of skin and/or coat condition, including but not limited to allergies, dry skin, itchiness and flaking.  While there are a lot of things you can give your dog in addition to their diet to help dramatically improve the skin and coat condition, there is something you can do to provide some immediate relief externally.Supplements that improve skin and coat condition naturally:Coconut OilOmega Fatty AcidsApple Cider VinegarKelpRaw Eggs Virgin, unrefined coconut oil consists of approximately 90% saturated fats, yet most of those…
  • The Best Exercise for Dogs

    31 Dec 2014 | 9:53 am
    We all know dogs need exercise, but is one walk around the block enough? For most dogs, the answer is no! Even small breed dogs often need more than just a walk! How much exercise an individual dog needs depends on their age, breed, health and energy level! In most cases, many dogs are getting "just enough" to keep them out of trouble. However, the right about of exercise can be highly beneficial in terms of your dogs health, weight and happiness.  So what are the best forms of exercise for dogs? There are a lot of things you can do that are fun and beneficial for both human and dog! It…
 
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    Cute Puppy Images Pictures

  • German Shepherd Puppy is Best Protection Dogs

    Micah Stefanus
    25 Jan 2015 | 3:40 am
    German Shepherd Puppy is Best Protection Dogs - German shepherds young puppies are some of the most intelligent and effective breed of dogs. They're large creatures having a strong inclination to obey orders. Training these to represent as protection dogs requires considerable commitment and a focus out of your finish. You should know that based on their canine intelligence, they'd only pay
  • Finding Cute Little Puppies Images Pictures at Affordable Price

    Micah Stefanus
    18 Jan 2015 | 10:11 pm
    Cute Puppy Images Pictures - Dogs and young puppies would be the most desired pets of all. Aside from felines and wild birds, fundamental essentials most preferred type of pets. So, should you too possess a liking for dogs and young puppies, find the best local dog breeding center surrounding you. Large amount of families wish to keep some pets in your own home. People mostly would rather keep
  • Excellent Tips For Efficient Education on Cute Puppy Images Pictures

    Micah Stefanus
    18 Jan 2015 | 10:03 pm
    Cute Puppy Images Pictures - Teaching a puppy or perhaps an adult doggy can be tough, but additionally plenty of thrilling and moments of connecting for you personally along with your canine friend. Investing a while to understand important suggestions about the proper way to train a properly socialized pet is important. Remember the higher socialized your pet could be, the higher time you might
  • Effective Dog Training Tips on Cute Puppy Images Pictures

    Micah Stefanus
    9 Jan 2015 | 9:32 am
    Cute Puppy Images Pictures - Lots of people believe that canine training is really a challenge. They struggle to organize for that many obstacles they think lay ahead. The good thing is, canine training is definitely an easy, fun, and positive experience. Just follow these 7 effective canine training tips, and you'll see.  1. When dog training, provide him praise as he will it right.
  • Dog Training Tips You Must Teach Your Pet

    Micah Stefanus
    9 Jan 2015 | 9:22 am
    Cute Puppy Images Pictures -  Responsible dog proprietors will frequently search for canine training advice. This really is offered by a number of sources such as the internet, books and Dvd disks. The next canine training tips are made to help dog proprietors understand precisely what it takes of these to produce a strong bond between themselves as well as their pets, in addition to developing a
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    That Reptile Blog

  • Eastern Painted Turtle Care: Keeping the USA’s Most Beautiful Turtle

    Frank Indiviglio
    28 Jan 2015 | 7:28 am
    Those of us who are accustomed to seeing Eastern Painted Turtles (Chrysemys scripta scripta) in the wild and captivity sometimes take their beauty for granted. In my youth, I was able to find them quite easily near my Bronx home, and was surprised by the overseas demand when I began working for a local animal dealer. But upon close inspection, it’s easy to see why these aptly-named turtles are wildly-popular in zoos and private collections worldwide. In addition to their brilliant coloration, Eastern Painted Turtles make hardy, long-lived and responsive pets (if given proper care!). They…
  • Monitor Lizards as Pets: Dumeril Monitor Care and Natural History

    Frank Indiviglio
    23 Jan 2015 | 12:26 pm
    The Dumeril’s or Brown Rough-Necked Monitor (Varanus dumerilii) is still collected from the wild, but captive breeding is increasing, and will, I hope, soon be the rule rather than the exception. Although the black and orange hatchlings are hard to resist, Dumeril ownership should not be entered into lightly. Strong and active, adults may top 4.5 feet in length, and are best reserved for those with adequate space and experience. That being said, Dumeril’s Monitors are reputed to be somewhat easier to handle than other similarly sized species. My own experience bears this out, but…
  • Terrarium Plants: Best Hardy Houseplants for Reptile and Amphibian Tanks

    Frank Indiviglio
    20 Jan 2015 | 12:25 pm
    Uploaded to Wikipedia Commons by Baumpython When I first began keeping reptiles and amphibians a lifetime ago, the live plants at my disposal were limited to cuttings I could beg, borrow or steal from my green-thumbed mother. Today we are very fortunate in having an astonishing variety of available orchids, mosses, ferns and plants ideally suited for use with reptiles and amphibians. For those of us with wide interests, this diversity is a real pleasure…in fact, co-workers at the Bronx Zoo have at times accused me of expending more effort on my exhibits’ flora than its fauna! But in both…
  • Emperor Scorpion Care: Five Things New Scorpion Owners Should Know

    Frank Indiviglio
    16 Jan 2015 | 12:52 pm
    Uploaded to Wikipedia Commons by Ladyb695 It is with good reason that the Emperor Scorpion (Pandinus imperator) is so popular among pet-keepers and arachnid fans.   One of the largest of the world’s 2000+ scorpions, the Emperor exhibits complex social behaviors, is generally mild-mannered, and breeds readily. However, one should not embark upon scorpion ownership without understanding the nature of these fascinating creatures, and their specific needs. Unrealistic expectations will dampen the experience of both pet and pet keeper. Following are 5 critical points that the prospective…
  • Rat Snake Care: the Russian Ratsnake – Large, Bold and Beautiful

    Frank Indiviglio
    13 Jan 2015 | 12:36 pm
    Uploaded to Wikipedia Commons by Rvanbeusichem Powerful and boldly-marked, the Russian Ratsnake (Elaphe schrencki)  is one of the largest of the robust constrictors commonly known as ratsnakes. Even those with a lifetime of snake experience (myself included), are awed by their first encounter with this impressive beast. To me, it’s always seemed somehow fitting that such spectacular creatures as the Siberian Tiger and Amur Leopard share the Russian Ratsnake’s range. Also known as the Amur Ratsnake, Siberian Ratsnake, and Manchurian Watersnake, it has long been hard to come by, but…
 
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    Dog Grooming Courses Online » Dog Grooming Courses Online

  • Which Hydraulic Grooming Table Suits Your Needs?

    Jan
    27 Jan 2015 | 10:19 pm
    Having your pet groomed is a big deal. It’s an even bigger deal when you are doing the grooming yourself. This is where the right equipment is an absolute must. When working with dogs, a good quality and stable working surface is usually a top priority to ensure that the table does not wobble or […]Which Hydraulic Grooming Table Suits Your Needs? is a post from: Dog Grooming Courses Online
  • A Complete Guide on How to Groom a Cocker Spaniel

    Jan
    6 Jan 2015 | 8:53 pm
    Cocker Spaniel Stretched Canvas Print by alpendesigns A well-groomed Cocker Spaniel is perfect show material. No doggie-parade is ever without a couple of competing pooches from this breed making their appearance. One can’t help but admire these Canine Celebrities when out at an extravaganza. Believe you me, it takes a fair share of professional dolling […]A Complete Guide on How to Groom a Cocker Spaniel is a post from: Dog Grooming Courses Online
  • Shark Navigator Lift-Away Professional Upright (NV356E) – Review

    Jan
    21 Dec 2014 | 9:12 pm
    Review of a Vacuum for Pet Hair: the Shark NV356E A Guest Article I have owned a couple of high-end and low-end vacuum cleaners and tested a couple more. Call me a vac maniac. I have never been a big fan of Sharks, but after seeing the infomercials and the neat stunts that this multi-talented upright […]Shark Navigator Lift-Away Professional Upright (NV356E) – Review is a post from: Dog Grooming Courses Online
  • Pomeranian Grooming: How to Groom a Pomeranian the Right Way

    Jan
    2 Dec 2014 | 10:44 pm
    The Pomeranian, often known as a Pom, is a small breed of dog with a thick, fluffy coat and a long, narrow face that resembles a fox. An intelligent dog breed, the-Pomeranian can become a phenomenal pet/companion with the appropriate care and training. Best Tips for Grooming Your Pomeranian Regular Pom grooming is essential. Not […]Pomeranian Grooming: How to Groom a Pomeranian the Right Way is a post from: Dog Grooming Courses Online
  • The Miele S7260 Cat & Dog Upright Vacuum: Every Pet-lover’s Dream

    Jan
    19 Nov 2014 | 7:59 pm
    Looking for something that is ideal for your battle against pet hair and odors? Fur happens all over if you let Scruffy and Purr roam free – in every nook and cranny – all over your sofas, floor surfaces, underneath furniture – all over YOU & everywhere else. On the wish list, of many pet […]The Miele S7260 Cat & Dog Upright Vacuum: Every Pet-lover’s Dream is a post from: Dog Grooming Courses Online
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    About Doggies

  • The Price of a Newfoundland Dog

    About Doggies
    22 Jan 2015 | 6:21 am
    Newfoundland dogs are famous for their large size and calm and intelligent personalities. Needless to say, they make great pets. If you are interested in buying a Newfoundland puppy, then one of the things you’d like to know is how much does a Newfoundland dog cost. The Price of a Newfoundland Dog The price of a Newfoundland puppy can be... Read more →
  • Can Dogs Eat French Fries?

    About Doggies
    20 Nov 2014 | 4:55 am
    Surely it’s no surprise to you that french fries are not the healthiest food. They do taste good, though, and that’s why it can be hard to resist eating french fries from time to time. As you enjoy eating french fries so much, you might even consider giving your dog some fries, but are french fries safe for dogs? Can... Read more →
  • Can Dogs Eat Salami?

    About Doggies
    14 Nov 2014 | 1:39 am
    Your dog found you eating salami and is now begging you to share it with him. But can dogs eat salami? Unfortunately, no, dogs cannot eat salami. Why Dogs Cannot Eat Salami? Salami is not on the list of foods poisonous to dogs, but it’s still recommended not to feed your dog salami. The problem with salami for dogs is... Read more →
  • Can Dogs Eat Red Peppers?

    About Doggies
    6 Nov 2014 | 2:01 pm
    Can dogs eat red peppers? The short answer to this question is yes, dogs can eat red peppers, and as red bell peppers are a great source of vitamin C, vitamin E and many other great nutrients it would actually be good for your dog to have some red bell peppers from time to time. Can Dogs Eat Red Pepper... Read more →
  • What Can You Feed Your Dog if You Are Out of Dog Food?

    About Doggies
    30 Oct 2014 | 3:48 am
    You ran out of dog food and, for one reason or another, cannot go to the store at the moment and buy more. I’m sure you have a perfectly reasonable explanation for this, but does your dog care? No! Your dog still expects food. Now you’re wondering what you can feed your dog. Well, don’t worry! In addition to their... Read more →
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    Jusani Culture blogs

  • Get That Chocolate Outta Here! What Not to Feed Your Pets

    lnsilvia
    25 Jan 2015 | 7:42 pm
    The majority of us have all succumbed to the sweet, decadent, guilt feeling treat called chocolate. Some people like milk chocolate. Some people like dark chocolate, and some even like white chocolate. However, our furry friends will never have the luxury of enjoying chocolate. Too much chocolate for us can lead to stomach ache. Just a little chocolate can be toxic to our feline or canine companion, and too much can lead to death.  read more
  • Be There for a Dog in Her Time of Need

    lnsilvia
    25 Jan 2015 | 7:29 pm
    Alone, scared, homeless, hungry, and left to fend for yourself, hoping that someone somewhere will find you and come to your rescue. This is how many dogs spend their days, trying to survive on the streets until one day – if they’re lucky – someone full of love and concern comes along and offers a helping hand. Sheba was one of these dogs, and she was lucky that Barks of Love, an Orange County, CA animal rescue found her when they did.   read more
  • 3 Factors to Consider When Choosing the Perfect Pet for You

    lnsilvia
    13 Jan 2015 | 4:09 pm
    Did you know that Elvis had a pet kangaroo? And famous surrealist Salvador Dali apparently kept an anteater as a pet? While these options may be a little exotic for the average citizen, there are many ways to figure out which animal will work best for you. Commitment read more
  • You Can Help Save the Lives of Dogs in Need!

    lnsilvia
    11 Jan 2015 | 7:51 pm
    Looking at the big, goofy grin on Mikey’s face, you’d never know just how close he came to being put to sleep. Mikey had only hours to live when Barks for Love came to his rescue, giving him a second chance to find love, happiness, and a forever family. But finding the perfect family hasn’t been easy for Mikey. Despite being a loving, playful dog and a quick learner, Mikey doesn’t like other dogs and needs to be the only dog in the home, a requirement that has made it hard for him to find a home. read more
  • Do Animals Dream?

    lnsilvia
    10 Jan 2015 | 9:34 am
    We have all been witness to the twitching lips and haphazardly thumping tails that accompany the sprawled over on their backs dream-running of our pups.  They hurruff-bark - eyes a rolling – and you can just imagine which favorite bunny they are hunting or squirrel they are treeing in that moment. Even so, science is out on whether animals dream. read more
 
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    The Labrador Site

  • 10 Ways To Tell Your Labrador Is Happy through body language

    Lucy
    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 am
    Labradors are expressive creatures. When you share your life with a dog, you soon notice that they use their body language to convey their feelings. The better that we can read our dogs’ body language, the more chance we will have of correctly establishing what makes them happy. Let’s look at 1o ways to tell whether your Labrador is expressing their pleasure through their body language: 1. Open Mouth A happy dog will often have their mouth slightly open, like the dog pictured above. This position looks very natural for a Labrador, and will probably be the expression your dog pulls…
  • How to find a good Labrador training class

    Pippa
    27 Jan 2015 | 3:49 am
    Most people nowadays want to have lessons with a dog trainer that is both capable, and kind. Many Labrador owners want to avoid trainers that use punishment, and have heard that it is possible now, to train dogs without force. This is entirely true, and you can find out a lot more about force free or positive reinforcement dog training on this website. Avoiding harsh trainers Despite the massive changes that have taken place in the field of dog training in the last few years, not all trainers have kept up Old fashioned training methods using harsh corrections are still used by some dog…
  • Pet Bereavement – Coping with the death of your Labrador

    Lucy
    26 Jan 2015 | 1:00 am
    This article was contributed by Lucy Easton. When we take a Labrador into our lives, we know at the back of our minds that they won’t be with us forever. When they are young and full of energy, it’s easy to ignore this feeling. But if they fall ill, or just get older, the reality becomes more prominent in our minds. Whilst death is sadly an inevitable part of life, this doesn’t mean that it isn’t devastating to lose someone. And it doesn’t matter if that someone has two legs or four legs, because a loss is still a loss. What Do We Do Next? When you have lost your dog, the aching…
  • Funding Veterinary Treatment

    Pippa
    22 Jan 2015 | 1:15 am
    When your Labrador is sick,  the last thing any dog owner wants to have to think about is money. Deciding between a family holiday and a pet’s life may be simple enough,  but what if the costs of veterinary treatment are beyond the owner’s means entirely? With the constant advances in veterinary science,  effective treatments for many diseases once considered untreatable,  are now available to dogs and other pets. But they come at a price. Rising costs Unfortunately the cost of these procedures is sometimes cripplingly high. Well beyond the budget of the average dog owner. This is…
  • Top ten dog books on Amazon

    Lucy
    20 Jan 2015 | 12:40 am
    Most of us like reading about dogs. Not just Labradors, but all dogs. Here on the Labrador site, we like to read a mixture of fiction, true stories, and books to help dog owners understand their pets better. Because the majority of our audience is split between the USA and the UK, we thought it would be fun to compare a list of the top ten dog books on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk today Updated January 2015 Amazon repositions its rankings every hour or so, and books that were at the top one day are not always at the top the next. So it’s really a snapshot of one moment on a single day.
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    The Best Cat Litter Box » The Best Cat Litter Box

  • Best Clumping Cat Litter

    Amy Greenwald
    14 Jan 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Updated January 14th, 2015 When you have a cat, litter is a fact of life. It becomes routine (for the owner as well as the cat), but all cat owners secretly long for a better way to deal with the litter box. Science understands, and continually tries to come up with new and better formulations. A few decades ago, clumping litter, also known as scoopable litter, came along and was the biggest breakthrough ever. With clumping litter, areas that get wet clump together, allowing you to scoop out everything, leaving a (relatively) clean pan that only needs to be completely changed a few times a…
  • FLV Feline Leukemia

    admin
    8 Jan 2015 | 6:57 am
    When it comes to illnesses that prove fatal to our beloved cats, Feline Leukemia Virus is top of the list. The only thing that kills more cats than this illness are accidents and trauma and FLV kills 85% of the cats that are persistently infected within three years of contracting the virus. It is doubly dangerous because it suppresses the immune system and this leads to cats also being vulnerable to deadly infections. The good news is that having FLV doesn’t have to mean death – around 70% of cats who get the virus can resist it or even get rid of it on their own. However the more we…
  • Cat Food Vs. Dog Food

    admin
    2 Jan 2015 | 11:56 am
    When it comes to feeding your cat or your dog, the temptation is to give them both the same. Cats and dogs are closely related and have similar dietary needs, right? Wrong. There are actually quite a lot of important difference in the dietary needs of the two types of animals and this stems from what they would have eaten in the wild. Biological differences Both cats and dogs are members of the Carnivora order of animals but of the two species, only cats are counted as ‘obligate carnivores’. This means that cats need to eat animal-derived protein to remain healthy or receive some sort of…
  • American Wirehair

    Angela Tempest
    25 Oct 2014 | 5:39 am
    The American Wirehair is a breed of domestic cat that has its roots in upstate New York.  Despite being a well-known breed across the country, by 2003 it was ranked the most rare of the 41 recognised breeds, according to the Cat Fanciers’ Association with just 22 cats registered. History of the breed The American Wirehair is a mutation of the American Shorthair that first randomly occurred in a litter of five born to a pair of normal barn cats in 1966 in Vemon, New York.  A single red and white male cat in the litter had wiry fur so the owner called in a local Rex breeder, Joan O’Shea…
  • American Bobtail

    Angela Tempest
    25 Oct 2014 | 5:37 am
    The American Bobtail is a breed of cat that developed in the late 1960’s.  Its name come from its stubby or ‘bobbed’ tail that is somewhere between one third and one half the normal length of a cat’s tail. Despite the similarity of name and physical type, the American Bobtail is not related to the Japanese Bobtail.  This is because both breeds suffer from a genetic mutation that leads to their small sized tail but it is a different mutation in each breed.  The mutation in the American Bobtail is similar to that which affects the Manx cat. Background Stories say that the American…
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    TheDogTrainingSecret.com

  • Time Outs; Why They Work on Your Dog

    Minette
    26 Jan 2015 | 8:05 am
    Time outs! Who hasn’t used this parental trick on your kids after they have misbehaved? I remember having a hard time becoming “potential new step mom” and walking the line between lenient and an ogre and finding that time outs work well on angry, disrespectful 6 year olds. I would probably never put my hands on my own kids (I don’t have any genetically related) but I would NEVER, ever, ever put my hands on someone else’s kids but I was certainly tested when I entered this new relationship. I learned to not use my hands (not really my default anyway, even though I got many a beating…
  • 5 Ways to Effectively Shut Down Your Dog

    Minette
    22 Jan 2015 | 6:19 am
    Let’s just mention that shutting down a dog isn’t a good thing.  Have you ever felt completely shut down?  Like you can’t be who you are, or that the things you have tried are simply not working at all? I hear from a lot of frustrated people who are having a difficult time teaching their dog a new behavior.  Especially a behavior that the dog has to want to do; like eye contact and focus, or putting his head down on command, or doing agility. Dogs that “shut down” are dogs that walk away, lay down, ignore their owners and show no desire to show a new or existing…
  • Human Food; Facts and Myths Dispelled

    Minette
    16 Jan 2015 | 1:06 pm
    Thanks Paw Dogs for the Photo Giving your dog human food is a very emotionally charged subject for some people. Some people swear by it, some would and have never given their dog’s human food. There are myths and there are facts and there are some rules that should be followed. So let’s get to some simple information that will keep your pet happier and healthier! Giving My Dog Human Food Will Make Him Beg MYTH!!! Feeding him what you are eating is a sure fire way to make your dog beg, but even if you don’t you can end up with a beggar. The truth is that your dog’s sense of smell is so…
  • Biofeedback; Teaching Your Dog to Relax with Your Touch

    Minette
    12 Jan 2015 | 1:17 pm
    I run a few different kinds of dog training programs here with The Dog Training Secret. One is our companion dog program which teaches more advanced obedience and working toward off leash goals. One is on different types of aggression. And, soon one will be on overcoming your dog’s fears. And, I have learned through the years that teaching your dog to relax on command or simply with a small touch can be vital to your training program! It can help your dog learn to relax his body, and reduce his heart rate before he gets scared or aggressive; and that is crucial for people that have dogs…
  • Back to Basics; Teaching Sit in the Best Way Possible

    Minette
    8 Jan 2015 | 7:27 am
    So I admit, once again, that I forget how difficult it is for new people to understand the canine “gap” when they haven’t had one in a long time or have never had one. I suppose it is not common knowledge to everyone, and once again I take for granted my 20+ years of training and knowledge when it comes to dogs. I think, NO, no, I KNOW I understand dogs much better than I understand people. So I “sing the song of my people” by writing articles and trying to help people understand more on canine learning and theory and even the basics. Because after all, everyone has to start…
 
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    LabradorTrainingHQ

  • Bringing Home A New Puppy – Tips For Getting Prepared

    Mark Jenner
    19 Jan 2015 | 5:32 pm
    Leaving behind every single thing they've ever known, there's no doubt that going to a new home is a major day in your new puppy's life with potential to be highly stressful. But not only for them as it's a life-changing time for you too! Without preparation, bringing home a new puppy can be a difficult and challenging time, but there are many things you can do to help things run more smoothly. In this article I discuss how to prepare for a new puppy, how to ready your home in time for their arrival, tips for the journey home, recommendations for when you first arrive, what to expect and do…
  • In-Depth Review of Doggy Dans ‘The Online Dog Trainer’

    Mark Jenner
    31 Dec 2014 | 4:40 pm
    If you've ever had to turn to a website or book in an attempt to solve a dog training or behavior problem, you will know just how hard it is to put what you read into action. Reading about it on a screen or some paper isn't nearly as effective as actually being shown, as seeing it and hearing it being done live, right before your eyes. And this is why I am more than happy to review and recommend 'Doggy Dan's: The Online Dog Trainer Video Based Dog Training Course.' [Click to continue...] The post In-Depth Review of Doggy Dans ‘The Online Dog Trainer’ appeared first on…
  • How To House Train An Adult Dog – Solving Common Issues

    Mark Jenner
    28 Nov 2014 | 3:05 pm
    When an adult dog starts to potty in the home when they didn't before, there are many possible reasons why. It could be triggered by medical issues, changes in the dog's life and environment or one of many different behavioral reasons. The situation calls for careful investigation and a solution designed to tackle the precise cause of the issue. This article will help you to investigate and identify any such underlying issues, then show you how to treat it so you can have your dog fully house trained in no time. [Click to continue...] The post How To House Train An Adult Dog – Solving…
  • How To House Train A Puppy

    Mark Jenner
    13 Nov 2014 | 7:26 am
    One of the first and most important things we have to do with our puppies is teach them acceptable toilet habits. In this guide I provide complete, step-by-step, easy to follow instructions that show you in-depth how to take both your puppy and yourself from complete beginners to house training aces as quickly and stress free as possible. If you follow this guide with patience, consistency and dedication, I can guarantee you'll meet with success! [Click to continue...] The post How To House Train A Puppy appeared first on LabradorTrainingHQ.
  • How To Get Your Puppy Used To A Collar And Leash

    Mark Jenner
    17 Oct 2014 | 11:14 am
    It's essential that you get your puppy used to a collar and leash as soon as possible. It's a tool to keep them under your control and out of trouble while they learn how to live in our sometimes dangerous world. It's a useful device to keep their attention and prevent bolting during training. And in many places it's a necessity by law when walking them in public. This article teaches you how to get your puppy used to a collar and leash in a way that's as stress free as possible and does the best ground work to build upon to train your puppy not to pull on the leash when an adult. [Click to…
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    Dog With Blog

  • Let’s Talk About Love

    Abhishek Joshi
    29 Jan 2015 | 5:32 am
    Dog With Blog Dog With Blog - The world as the dogs sees it.Birdman is this dog’s pick for 2015 Academy Awards. Let’s talk about love. In an age when the art of filmmaking has lost to the onslaught of blockbusters, the refreshing black comedy Birdman offers an artist’s battle caught at dire ends. The story of a once-famous actor – who didn’t submit to the dichotomy of … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Love →The post Let’s Talk About Love appeared first on Dog With Blog.
  • Reasons for moving

    Abhishek Joshi
    14 Jan 2015 | 1:10 am
    Dog With Blog Dog With Blog - The world as the dogs sees it.“We all have reasons for moving. I move to keep things whole.” ― Mark Strand Connect with Dog with Blog on Facebook Twitter  G+ InstagramThe post Reasons for moving appeared first on Dog With Blog.
  • Sleeping next to you

    Abhishek Joshi
    9 Jan 2015 | 5:28 am
    Dog With Blog Dog With Blog - The world as the dogs sees it.And too much is said of hounds and hygiene embraces and hugs cats and camaraderie. I know not what diseases they say dogs may bring For they brought me love and I have never been sick ever since. Connect with Dog with Blog on Facebook Twitter  G+ InstagramThe post Sleeping next to you appeared first on Dog With Blog.
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    Paws to Talk

  • Ep. 052- 3 Ways To Calm Worry About Your Dog

    21 Jan 2015 | 2:24 pm
    Are you worried about your dog's health and/or well-being? Margot Ahlquist, creator of PawsToTalk.com and the Life Coach For DogLovers gives 3 strategies to tackle the worry and feel better.
  • Ep. 051- How Can We Safely Reward Our Dogs?

    8 Jan 2015 | 9:16 am
    Cindy Dunston Quirk, founder and Chief Dog Lover of Scout and Zoe's shares how a brush with recalled dog treats propelled her to create safe options for all dog parents to feed their dogs.
  • Ep. 050- 3 Ways to Enjoy the Holidays with Your Dog

    4 Dec 2014 | 4:56 am
    Have a lot of people and dogs on your shopping list? Dreading that trip to the mall? Is your calendar full of seasonal obligations? Paws to Talk Creator and Professional Life Coach, Margot Ahlquist gives you 3 easy ways to enjoy the season with your dog.
  • Ep. 049- Why You and Your Dog Need a Bedtime Ritual

    6 Nov 2014 | 4:42 am
    Margot Ahlquist, Creator of PawsToTalk.com and Professional Life Coach shares her bedtime rituals that promote better sleep for her and her dog Toby.
  • Ep. 048- So, You Have An Idea For a Dog Product?

    23 Oct 2014 | 6:54 am
    DoggieDooAll Founder, Laura Vorreyer shares how she took her dog product idea and brought it all the way to market for dog lovers.
 
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    Pet Nutrition and Animal Wellness on Mercola Healthy Pets

  • How Do Birds Fall Asleep? The Answer Might Surprise You...

    30 Jan 2015 | 4:00 pm
    By Dr. Becker More than half of bird species are perching birds (known as passerines or songbirds). This includes about 5,500 species, including wrens, finches, sparrows, orioles, cardinals, starlings, and many others.   Part of what makes perching birds so fascinating is their ability to sing a song unique to their species. Some perching birds are born knowing their song while others actually learn them from their parents. Equally intriguing, however, is the makeup of a perching bird’s feet. Aside from having the ability to fly, having feet that can grasp onto branches, reeds, grasses…
  • Woman Hand-Feeds Wild Woodpecker

    29 Jan 2015 | 4:00 pm
    With two or three grubs held tightly in her fingers, a woman entices a hungry woodpecker to eat straight from her hand, right in her own backyard.
  • This Cat Breed Is Immensely Popular, Chatty, and Witty

    29 Jan 2015 | 4:00 pm
    Sources:PawNation November 20, 2014Related Articles:  Fascinating Cat Breeds That Will Steal Your Heart  Manx: The Ancient Cat Breed That May Not Be Full Grown Until Age 5  Maine Coons: This Cat Breed Is Highly Adored -- and Very Expensive Comments (10)
  • Why Don't Wild Animals Have Floppy Ears and Curly Tails?

    28 Jan 2015 | 4:00 pm
    By Dr. Becker Have you ever heard of “domestication syndrome?” If not, picture a wolf, and then picture a dog with floppy ears, a sweet little patch of white fur, and a baby (puppy) face. According to a study published last year in the journal Genetics, domestication syndrome is a term Charles Darwin coined to describe his discovery that “domesticated mammals possess a distinctive and unusual suite of heritable traits not seen in their wild progenitors.”1 And domestication syndrome isn’t seen exclusively in mammals like dogs, rabbits, foxes, pigs, horses, or sheep. It has also been…
  • Fluffy Kitten Never Gives Up

    28 Jan 2015 | 4:00 pm
    “All four paws doesn’t work. How ‘bout three feet and my tail? No... How ‘bout two feet and my head? No… How ‘bout just settling in on my backside? Ahhh…” Comments (2)
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    FlipFlop® Dogs » Blog

  • Five Keys to Happiness

    tmiltz
    28 Jan 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Finding Happiness through Five Factors Research shows what factors into your happiness     A recent Business Insider report suggested the main keys to happiness.  Everyone strives for happiness in their life but not all are able to achieve it. Without a doubt, we go through happy and sad times based on the circumstances of […] The post Five Keys to Happiness appeared first on FlipFlop® Dogs.
  • Packing List for the Dogs

    tmiltz
    21 Jan 2015 | 12:55 pm
    How to Pack for a FlipFlop Doggy Vacation   Packing list of the necessary items for your dog’s next FlipFlop vacation   Your bags are packed for your trip, but what about your dog’s? Your dog has their transportation booked, their ‘hotel’ and their Companion Family has mapped out their daily activities based on their normal […] The post Packing List for the Dogs appeared first on FlipFlop® Dogs.
  • NAVC Conference 2015

    tmiltz
    14 Jan 2015 | 10:52 am
    FlipFlop Dogs to Attend NAVC Conference 2015   FlipFlop Pro Model Beneficial to Veterinary Practices     FlipFlop Dogs will be attending the NAVC (National American Veterinary Community) Conference for the first time, this year! We’re filled with the anticipation of meeting great veterinarians at this conference and explaining how FlipFlop will enhance and take […] The post NAVC Conference 2015 appeared first on FlipFlop® Dogs.
  • 5 Reasons A FlipFlop Franchisee Has More Fun

    tmiltz
    19 Nov 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Why Being a FlipFlop Franchisee Means You Have More Fun   Bring Your Work Week Up to Speed with Your Weekend Life   Being a FlipFlop franchisee is not just a career, it’s a lifestyle change that leads you to have a more fulfilling and enjoyable work week. Hate sitting in a desk chair staring […] The post 5 Reasons A FlipFlop Franchisee Has More Fun appeared first on FlipFlop® Dogs.
  • Holiday Travels Without Your Dog

    tmiltz
    12 Nov 2014 | 12:32 pm
    How to Prepare Yourself to Travel Without Your Dog This Holiday Season   The holidays are here, which means that travel plans have caught us between leaving our precious dogs in a cold, concrete kennel or not seeing our extended family and friends. I finally got a dog of my own, and fully empathies with those […] The post Holiday Travels Without Your Dog appeared first on FlipFlop® Dogs.
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    Your Dog Breeds

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    Not In The Dog House

  • Dog Senses: Sensing the world from your dog’s point of view

    Shelly Hawkins
    29 Jan 2015 | 6:44 pm
    We are often amazed by dogs and their capabilities to perform stunning tasks, but how do they do such things in the first place? For a good part, they must thank their senses. Whether you are watching a dog working in a busy airport or wondering how your dog is capable of predicting the moment […]The post Dog Senses: Sensing the world from your dog’s point of view appeared first on Not In The Dog House.
  • 4 Ways to Stop Your Dog From Stealing Laundry

    Shelly Hawkins
    20 Jan 2015 | 7:02 pm
    Raise your hand if your dog hasn’t once in his lifetime stolen some of your belongings from your laundry basket. As odd as this behavior may sound, this behavior is not that uncommon when Fido has access to such resources and is equipped with a sneaky mind. Watch your back; your dog will likely steal […]The post 4 Ways to Stop Your Dog From Stealing Laundry appeared first on Not In The Dog House.
  • Five Ways to Keep Your Dog Toasty This Winter

    Shelly Hawkins
    14 Jan 2015 | 12:59 am
    When the temperatures plummet, it’s nice for us to go home and sip on a hot chocolate while watching a nice movie, but what about man’s best friend? Don’t be fooled by a dog’s ancestors who lived in the wild and were able to cope with the elements; dogs are now domesticated animals, and as […]The post Five Ways to Keep Your Dog Toasty This Winter appeared first on Not In The Dog House.
  • Guess What New Breeds Will be Featured in the 2015 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show?

    Shelly Hawkins
    5 Jan 2015 | 12:37 am
    With several hundred of dog breeds already registered in the United States, it’s always a pleasure to watch these dogs “strut their stuff” nose to tail in the show ring. In 2015, two new breeds will be added to the constellation of pampered dogs competing at the nation’s premier competition: the wire-haired Vizsla and the […]The post Guess What New Breeds Will be Featured in the 2015 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show? appeared first on Not In The Dog House.
  • Five Games to Fight your Dog’s Winter Blues

    Shelly Hawkins
    14 Dec 2014 | 5:27 pm
    Raise your hand if your dog looks bored and unhappy when the temperatures plummet. If so, he may be suffering the winter blues. Rest assured, your dog is in good company, there are countless dogs who suffer from cabin fever from being cooped up inside with little to do. Yet, meeting a dog’s exercise requirements […]The post Five Games to Fight your Dog’s Winter Blues appeared first on Not In The Dog House.
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    Totally Goldens

  • What Should You Put In A Dog Crate And Where To Put It?

    Wendy
    24 Jan 2015 | 6:41 am
    So far in my series of articles on crate training I’ve covered the many benefits it offers, debunked the myth of it being cruel, discussed when you should and should not use a crate, and finally how to choose the right size and type of crate to suit your dog. There’s just two things remaining ... The post What Should You Put In A Dog Crate And Where To Put It? appeared first on Totally Goldens.
  • What Size Dog Crate Do You Need? Which Type Is Best?

    Wendy
    14 Dec 2014 | 4:02 pm
      In a previous article I detailed the many benefits using a dog crate can provide for both you and your dog. I then dispelled the myth of using a dog crate being cruel…as long as you use it correctly! I then followed up with advice on both when you should as well as when ... The post What Size Dog Crate Do You Need? Which Type Is Best? appeared first on Totally Goldens.
  • Crate Training: Times When You SHOULD NOT Crate Your Dog

    Wendy
    16 Nov 2014 | 6:13 am
    In a previous article I discussed how and when to use a dog crate and the times you can and should crate your dog. This article follows on from that and discusses how NOT to use a dog crate, the times a dog should not be crated and in some cases, dogs that should never ... The post Crate Training: Times When You SHOULD NOT Crate Your Dog appeared first on Totally Goldens.
  • How To Use A Dog Crate: When Should You Crate Your Dog?

    Wendy
    3 Nov 2014 | 11:23 am
    In a recent article I discussed the many benefits using a dog crate offers, and in another I detailed the many reasons why using a dog crate isn’t cruel. But a crate is only beneficial and in no way cruel if you use it at the right times for the right reasons. Because a crate ... The post How To Use A Dog Crate: When Should You Crate Your Dog? appeared first on Totally Goldens.
  • What Do A Dogs Barks Mean?

    Wendy
    18 Oct 2014 | 2:22 pm
    It’s true that dogs communicate with body language mostly but they’re far from a silent species. So what do a dogs barks mean? They can make a variety of different barks, growls and whines and with a little knowledge of what these different sounds they make might mean, and combining this with some knowledge of ... The post What Do A Dogs Barks Mean? appeared first on Totally Goldens.
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    reefs.com

  • “Ocean Gravity” – The Parallels of Sea and Space

    Caitlin Goldenberg
    30 Jan 2015 | 12:34 pm
     “Just like in the space, there isn’t anymore a top or a bottom. There isn’t anymore upside down and wrong side out. The ocean becomes cosmos, the man a satellite, and the bottom of the sea an unknown planet. Welcome in the fascinating universe of Ocean Gravity” – Guillaume Néry When diving, once you achieve neutral buoyancy, you get to a point where you experience a feeling of complete weightlessness – a calming, spatial freedom – you’re simply suspended there. In the depths of Tiputa – Rangiroa, French Polynesia, a commanding drift…
  • UltraReef Akula UKS-180 Conic Skimmer

    danireef
    30 Jan 2015 | 12:31 pm
    UltraReef has just restyled and updated its three-year-old skimmer, the Akula, and now offers us its new conic skimmer, the Akula UKS-180 I found the first difference right at the top; the new cap is still extruded from the raw material, but now the inner part is made without edges, so the skimmer is much easier to clean. Its a very nice touch. The new model is built with 4 mm thickness of acrylic, instead of its former 3 mm. It’s a big change, and with 33% more acrylic than before and its new conic body form, the skimmer is much more solid. The joint between the body and…
  • Scientists ask fish to be included in moral circle of compassion.

    Jeremy Gosnell
    30 Jan 2015 | 12:00 pm
    During my last post, I addressed the question of whether or not fish feel pain and have a conscious mind capable of seeking pleasure or feeling emotional stress. I want to expand on this topic, based on another scientific paper which includes more information and research, asking the question whether or not fish should be included in our moral circle of sentient animals and provided protection under the law. Yesterday’s post was based on a scientific paper by Dr. Stephanie Cottee and the information shared today borrows from a paper by Culum Brown and Dr. Marc Bekoff.  Fish…
  • Do fish feel pain?

    Jeremy Gosnell
    29 Jan 2015 | 12:00 pm
    It’s long been touted that fish don’t feel pain. Aquarists may argue this point on both sides of the line. Some may believe that fish feel an entire array of emotions, while others would assume that physical responses to stimulus are autonomic, taking place without any subjective “feeling” driving them. As we move through the 21st century animal behavior science is gaining new traction. As stewards of a variety of our animal kingdom cousins, scientists believe it’s vital that we understand the conscious capacity within them, in an effort to understand how to better create a…
  • Reef Threads Plus #1

    Gary Parr
    29 Jan 2015 | 8:09 am
    We are very pleased to present our first podcast in a new monthly series we’re calling Reef Threads Plus. In these podcasts we’ll choose a single topic and discuss it in depth with experts/knowledgeable people. For our first Plus podcast, Ben Johnson, Ret Talbot, and Jim Walters discuss what the hobby will be like if we reach a point at which we are no longer able to collect/import reef animals. As always, you can download the podcast here, or subscribe to our podcasts at iTunes. Also, follow us on Twitter @reefthreads. We hope you enjoy our new series, find it thought provoking,…
 
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    PetCareSupplies

  • 6 Secrets to Good Health by Owing a Pet

    admin
    16 Jan 2015 | 12:45 am
    Pets are most beautiful part of our lives. From giving us companionship to be present in our most stressful conditions, they are always there to keep us healthy and happy. Not going for a walk daily, feeling depressed, can’t handle stressful conditions, being lonely with nobody to share and withdrawn from social networks, then you need to own a pet. A furry pal is of more use than any other thing in your life that helps you enjoy every bit of life. Your lovable four-legged companion plays a crucial role in keeping you healthy and making your life more meaningful. Let’s find how. You will…
  • New Year Resolutions 2015 for Every Pet Parent to Follow

    admin
    4 Jan 2015 | 11:59 pm
    It is the end of the year 2014, and we all are waiting to welcome 2015 enthusiastically. It’s also a great time for us as pet parents to enjoy the fun of New Year with our cute four-legged pals. Many of us have already made our list of resolutions while others are still in the state of haze which resolutions to set in to make this year wonderful and fruitful for our pets. Want some guidelines on which resolutions to make and follow to make your pooch or kitty’s life special the coming year, then here you go. Keep a proper check on what you are feeding to your pet. Whether dry food, wet…
  • Count On Your Discounts by Celebrating Holiday Month With Petcaresupplies

    admin
    22 Dec 2014 | 3:19 am
    Holiday month is a time for complete fun and frolic. You just have a great time relaxing in your home or spending time with your loved ones. While having a great time with our family, let us not forget the unadulterated love of our pets. It is also the best chance to celebrate a great time off with your furry friends. This holiday month should be used to make up the lost time with friends, family and pets. PetCareSupplies adds to this joy by offering branded pet care products at highly discounted prices. The leading online supplier is giving 5% price off on every product purchased during this…
  • Dog Dental Care – The Best Way to Add Healthy Years to Your Pet’s Life

    admin
    9 Dec 2014 | 12:40 am
    Dental problems are as common in animals as they are in humans. When you have a pet, he is also subjected to tooth and gum problems. Puppies and pussies display various dental diseases due to the lack of daily discipline. Many of us do not focus on establishing the practice of tooth cleaning and brushing in our pets. Lack of dental care is the foremost reason for diseases in pets. According to the statistics, three out of four health problems in dogs are due to dental illness. Yes, your pooch’s mouth is responsible for various normal and fatal diseases. Dental hygiene when maintained leads…
  • Hypertension in Dogs and Cats – Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment

    admin
    1 Dec 2014 | 3:56 am
    Not much to your surprise, there are many diseases that are most common in both animals and humans. Whether it is a case of diabetes, arthritis or urinary track diseases, dogs and cats as well as humans suffer from the same diseases. When a four-legged companion is part of your life, you look into all his/her aspects of life and are always on the verge for their good health. Like humans, these speechless friends do suffer from various diseases and require proper attention and care. As I mentioned the diseases above, hypertension is not an exception. Dogs and cats in most numbers suffer from…
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    German Shepard Crate Training

  • The Importance of Consistency in Crate Training Your Dog

    Troy Lopes
    10 Jan 2015 | 9:12 am
    Highly trainable due to their innate intelligence, German shepherds are going to give you the idea that they are so smart, training is almost unnecessary. Resist the urge to believe that your pet has super intelligence and can learn anything on the first attempt. All dogs require consistency in training, particularly when it applies to […] The post The Importance of Consistency in Crate Training Your Dog appeared first on German Shepard Crate Training.
  • Choosing the Perfect Dog Crates for Your German Shepherd Puppy

    Troy Lopes
    10 Jan 2015 | 8:51 am
    Now that you’ve made the decision to crate train your German shepherd puppy, you need to figure out which style of crate is going to make the best choice for your furry friend. Three basic options exist – hard plastic, wire, and canvas/mesh. Within each of these categories you’ll find a wide range of prices, […] The post Choosing the Perfect Dog Crates for Your German Shepherd Puppy appeared first on German Shepard Crate Training.
  • Preparing for a New Puppy

    Troy Lopes
    10 Jan 2015 | 8:11 am
    Just like a baby, a new puppy will require you and your family to prepare for the new life in your home. These preparations will merit changes, but each change is designed to help your new pet cope with its new surroundings and will make sure that it becomes a well-adjusted member of your family. […] The post Preparing for a New Puppy appeared first on German Shepard Crate Training.
  • Does the Sex of Your Puppy Matter When Crate Training?

    Troy Lopes
    1 Jan 2015 | 1:24 pm
    Are you interested in getting a German shepherd puppy, but you haven’t made up your mind yet as to which sex you want? Perhaps you are wondering if the sex of your German shepherd puppy actually matters when you begin the task of crate training. Maybe you think that males are more difficult to train […] The post Does the Sex of Your Puppy Matter When Crate Training? appeared first on German Shepard Crate Training.
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    Sometimes Cats Herd You

  • Weekend Chores

    feline
    29 Jan 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Pierre: There are weekend chores ahead, I just know it, and I’m warming up so that I can help with all of them. This is how I help make the bed. Do you help with chores at your house, too? Weekend Chores was originally published on Sometimes Cats Herd You.
  • Help Overweight Cats with Healthy Dieting

    Julie
    28 Jan 2015 | 9:00 pm
    No one likes hearing their cat is fat. One of the things I learned recently while in a room full of veterinarians is that they dread having to tell you that your cat is overweight, too. But cat obesity is on the rise. A 1970s study found 6.5 – 12% of cats were overweight, while more recent studies report 40 to as many as 67% of cats are tipping the scales farther than they should. No wonder vets dread having to tell you your cat is overweight. They’ve had to deliver that news far too often recently. Cats are considered overweight when they are more than 10-20% over their ideal…
  • Whose Chicken Emporium?

    feline
    27 Jan 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Ashton: There’s so much I am going to need to pay for my chicken emporium: There’s rent, chicken, chicken, and chicken! Good thing I found some coins under the sofa cushions. I’m not sure if it’s going to be enough for very much chicken, though. Newton: Don’t worry, Ash. I’m here to help you achieve your dream. I’m a venture cat-italist.  Ashton: What’s a venture cat-italist? I’ve never heard of that before. Newton: It’s  someone who invests in promising new companies like yours when they are small and just getting started. Ashton:…
  • A Big Surprise in the Mail

    feline
    26 Jan 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Newton: An unexpected surprise came in the mail for us the other day… a lovely thank-you gift from our friends at Chewy.com in the form of a set of amazing  portraits of us. Of course, mine is the handsomest of the portraits, by far. Ashton: Well, mine isn’t handsome because I’m a girl and I’m beautiful, not handsome. But look at this! It’s amazing. Lauren Hammack from Off the Wall Paintings did a fabulous job of capturing my wink. Pierre: This painting is actually of the head peep’s favorite photo of me. We’re sure that neither Chewy nor Miss Lauren…
  • Camouflage

    feline
    25 Jan 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Pierre: Just like wild cats, little cats like me have coat patterns for camouflage. Big cats who live in dense habitats like trees that cast fragmented shadows on them are likely to have irregular or complex patterns that blend in with the shadows of the branches moving above them. And little cats like me who live where the light and shadows are more likely to be elongated… well, I blend right in, don’t I? I hope so. I would hate for Newton to find me and interrupt my nap. Camouflage was originally published on Sometimes Cats Herd You.
 
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    Petnook - The Animal Lovers' Corner

  • Why Do Dogs Watch and React to Television?

    QRator
    12 Jan 2015 | 3:10 am
    Just like humans, their response to the tube depends on their personality, experts say. A 2013 study published in the journal Animal Cognition showed that dogs could identify images of other dogs among pictures of humans and other animals, using their visual sense alone. However, there are some differences between ourselves and man's best friend—for one, dogs' eyes register images more quickly than do ours
  • The Birth Of Kitty Litter

    QRator
    4 Dec 2014 | 11:58 pm
    In 1947, Ed Lowe put some fuller’s earth in bags, wrote KITTY LITTER on them, and dropped them off at a hardware store. The product sold, and it sold in supermarkets and pet stores. The market grew ever outward, from southern Michigan to the world
  • Facts About Dogs That Even The Most Avid Dog Lover Doesn’t Know

    GopiPetnook
    25 Nov 2014 | 8:27 am
    They say that dogs are man’s best friends, but how much do you know about your canine companion? Even though most of us have or know a dog, very few are aware of these strange dog facts. Check out these bizarre facts and get to know your furry friend a little bit better.
  • Why Do Carnivores Lust for Blood?

    QRator
    13 Nov 2014 | 12:24 am
    The fact that blood carries a distinct stench is well known and has even given rise to a few myths. Bears are not drawn to menstruating female campers.
  • BUY NOW! Sachin Tendulkar: Playing it My Way – My Autobiography

    QRator
    8 Nov 2014 | 1:42 pm
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    Beverly Hills Dog Training

  • Jack Russell Terrier Training and Care

    Tatiana Cantu CPCT, M.S.
    23 Jan 2015 | 9:15 pm
    The Jack Russell Terrier (now called the Parson Russell Terrier by the American Kennel Club) has been running fox to ground in England since the mid-1800s. These small Terriers are friendly and affectionate in the home, and they have lots…Read more ›
  • Tips to Keep your Dog Warm During the Winter

    Tatiana Cantu CPCT, M.S.
    6 Dec 2014 | 3:16 pm
    Winter can be just as difficult on our dogs as it can be for us, especially in the parts of the country where the weather is cold, icy, or snowy. Some dogs are better adjusted to cold weather, like double-coated…Read more ›
  • Dogs, Holidays and Behavior Problems

    David Reinecker
    25 Nov 2014 | 9:12 am
    Holidays are meant to be festive and enjoyable for all members of the family, both two-legged and four-legged. But, holidays can present a range of challenges and it is always best to be prepared in advance. Here are some strategies…Read more ›
  • How to Get your Dog Involved in Agility Training

    David Reinecker
    3 Nov 2014 | 10:06 am
    Dog agility is one of the fastest growing dog sports in North America and in the world. There are a number of organizations devoted to the sport, along with numerous training clubs. Owners can also train their dogs on their…Read more ›
  • Halloween Safety Tips for Dogs and Puppies

    Tatiana Cantu CPCT, M.S.
    30 Oct 2014 | 11:37 am
    Halloween can be lots of fun for your dog. Some owners even like to dress up their pets in Halloween costumes, either to go out trick-or-treating or to go to a nice doggy costume party. You can check your local…Read more ›
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    NextGen Dog

  • Study of Canine Cancer Spread Around the World

    NGD Staff
    30 Jan 2015 | 7:39 am
    NextGen Dog NextGen Dog - Science of Dog Health & Dog Supplements Countries with stronger economies continue their fight against canine cancer, and the progress is obvious. Unfortunately, it looks like the deadly and infectious disease is nowhere near from leaving our pets alone, as more and more dogs are diagnosed with cancer. The problem seems to be mostly prevalent in poorer countries where there’s an abundance of stray dogs freely roaming the streets without any human supervision or medical help. A new study survey has looked at how the world of dogs with cancer looks today, and…
  • Turns Out Some Dog Foods are Mislabeled, Study Finds

    NGD Staff
    28 Jan 2015 | 8:28 am
    NextGen Dog NextGen Dog - Science of Dog Health & Dog Supplements For years most dog owners have trusted whatever they’ve read on their dog food labels, and would feed it to their canines, trusting that everything is the way it is written. However, it’s not surprising that even if human food labels cannot always be trusted that dogs won’t get a better end of the stick either. A new study from the researchers in Chapman University’s Food Science Program have investigated labels and found a curious case of deliberate mislabeling on some dog food brands. So how unhealthy…
  • Can Dogs Be Pessimists? New Study Says They Are

    NGD Staff
    26 Jan 2015 | 8:28 am
    NextGen Dog NextGen Dog - Science of Dog Health & Dog Supplements Who would have ever expected that dogs can be pessimistic? To us, canines always look like the most cheerful, optimistic, happy-go-lucky creature that has ever walked the earth. Nothing ever seemed to bother them, and even when it does – they forget about it within the next five seconds. However, a new study now suggests that it’s not really the case; some dogs can be pessimistic, too. A new cynology research that investigated psychology of dog behavior has come to a somewhat shocking conclusion – dogs are…
  • Dogs and Autism: Autistic Kids with Pets are More Confident

    NGD Staff
    23 Jan 2015 | 7:13 am
    NextGen Dog NextGen Dog - Science of Dog Health & Dog Supplements Most pet owners have long suspected that there’s some correlation between dogs and autism, and how autistic kids who live with canines on a daily basis are far different from those that don’t communicate with dogs. Now a study proves that this is truly the case – dogs and other pets play a significant role in daily lives of kids with autism. For those forced to deal with the problem, it’s important to know the connection between dogs and autism, as these pets play an significant role in our social…
  • Dogs in America: Study of Ancient Dog Migration

    NGD Staff
    21 Jan 2015 | 8:43 am
    NextGen Dog NextGen Dog - Science of Dog Health & Dog Supplements Cynology is becoming more popular as a true scientific field, and more research is underway for humans to expand their knowledge on the history of a man’s best friend. Previous research shown the connection between ancient dogs and women, and now a new study suggests a possibility that those dogs in America might have migrated here no sooner than 10,000 years ago – far later after the humans have inhabited this land. Previously, researchers have suggested that humans have migrated to the Americas about…
 
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    Fitdog Sports Club » Blog

  • Terrance’s Tips: Types of Aggression

    Andrea Servadio
    23 Jan 2015 | 1:41 pm
    Our Club Manager, Terrance Walker, has been working with dogs for over seven years, and he’s the leader of our pack! Every month he sends out behavioral, training and health tips to our Club Reps to help improve our interactions with our dogs. Now Terrance is sharing his tips to help you be a better pack leader with your dog. Look for #terrancestips on our blog and on Facebook. Not all aggression is the same or related to dominance. Dogs might act aggressive for a number of reasons. Fear-motivated aggression This is a defensive reaction. It occurs when a dog believes he is in danger of…
  • Poor personality traits for dog daycare

    Andrea Servadio
    22 Jan 2015 | 9:33 am
    If you wonder how your dog will do in the daycare scene, you’re taking a great step toward success. Some dogs, in fact, won’t thrive in daycare. Here are dog personality types that raise a few red flags in daycare (and a few unexpected dogs who fit in great!). Traits: Hyper-Active Dogs Not to be confused with active dogs, hyperactive dogs have limited to no impulse control, a lot of energy and don’t respond to basic obedience commands. Hyperactive dogs elevate the energy of the playgroup within seconds, which can quickly escalate into a fight. In addition, because they have so much…
  • Overcoming the fear of nail trims

    Andrea Servadio
    12 Jan 2015 | 10:15 am
    Many dogs at Fitdog experience a fear of having their nails trimmed. When dogs are afraid or in pain, they will thrash around, attempt to bolt away or even attempt to bite the person trying to trim their nails. This behavior is dangerous for humans and also creates a stressful environment for the dog. The ASPCA’s article, Fear of Nail Trimming, addresses counter conditioning and desensitization methods to help dogs become more comfortable with this common and necessary grooming practice. Here are some helpful tips recommended by the ASPCA. - Teach your dog to like the clippers by using…
  • Meet Penny! Our Fitdog of the Month for January 2015

    Andrea Servadio
    6 Jan 2015 | 8:32 am
    For January 2015, we are honoring Penny, an adorable Yorkshire Terrier who was rescued by her parents from a puppy mill and is now living a life of leisure. Penny starts her day by greeting all of the dogs in the play area. She is not finished until she has successfully said hello and given “kisses” to everyone. While most of her day is spent relaxing, she likes to keep a watchful eye on her fellow pups making sure everyone is well behaved. When she’s not sleeping or overseeing the daycare activities, she’s hanging out with her two besties, Ike and Bambi. Penny is a…
  • How will your alpha dog fit in at dog daycare?

    Andrea Servadio
    4 Jan 2015 | 4:41 pm
    It’s the new year, so why not talk about dogs who think they’re No. 1? If you have an alpha dog, you might wonder what days will be like for your pup and his new pals when spending time at dog daycare. First how do you even know if you have an alpha dog? People tend to think of dominant, alpha and aggressive dogs are the same, when in fact they are very different. A dominant dog craves power and respect from others or wants to be recognized as the alpha. This dog likes to test test boundaries and can be difficult to control. An aggressive dog has intent on hurting other dogs or people.
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  • Indestructible Dog Toys: Our Top 5 Picks

    Jen Gabbard
    28 Jan 2015 | 8:21 pm
    While browsing through our dog toy graveyard the other day I realized something; we’ve gone through at least 100 toys over the past few years. I was looking at all the scraps – the left arm of blue monkey, the half eaten face of moo moo, and what’s left of daisy duck’s torso. These guys never even stood a chance. Indestructible Dog Toys – Fact or Fiction? I have my doubts when it comes to dog toys being indestructible, no matter what the package claims. I don’t care what sort of inverted sewing method was used to put it together – if it’s…
  • Looking for a Laid Back Family Dog?

    Jen Gabbard
    26 Jan 2015 | 5:10 pm
    Who doesn’t love a gentle, laid back family dog? They’re easy to train, well mannered, and love being part of a family. Bambi is such a gentle young girl; she’d fit right in with any family. Bambi is a Laid Back Family Dog Bambi is a 3 year old Pit Bull Terrier/Labrador Retriever mix available for adoption from the Canine Companions Rescue Center in Oxford, Michigan. (40 miles North of Detroit) She’s very smart, social, and gentle. If you’re looking for a well mannered, easily trained companion Bambi is the perfect match. She already knows sit, down, and roll…
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Catch Like a Pro

    Jen Gabbard
    24 Jan 2015 | 8:48 am
    Fetching and chasing down toys seems to come naturally to dogs, but catching doesn’t. Your dog isn’t alone; some dogs need a bit of encouragement to learn how to catch. Why Doesn’t My Dog Catch His Toys? Many new dog owners are perplexed by their dogs inability to catch. “My new Lab puppy won’t catch toys, what’s wrong with him?”  Your dog isn’t the only one. He’s not defective, and he’s not dense, it’s just something that doesn’t come natural to all dogs. Our Lab growing up wasn’t a natural either. We’d toss…
  • Is Your Dog a Jerk When You’re Sick?

    Jen Gabbard
    21 Jan 2015 | 10:24 am
    I have the flu, and as you know it can be quite a nasty bug. It’s one of those “I don’t even want to change the channel” sorts of illnesses. Anything that requires effort hurts. I’ve been home for a few days carving out my own indentation on the couch. It’s just Laika and I and she’s thrilled by this arrangement. Me? Not so much. This morning I was awoken by a Kong being dropped on my face. Yesterday it was a paw swipe. If she could talk I imagine her saying “It’s 7:00 am – since you’re not going to work I don’t want this…
  • 33 Simple Ways to Keep Your Dog Busy Indoors

    Jen Gabbard
    18 Jan 2015 | 12:31 am
    Living in Michigan during the winter means it’s dark by 6 pm and too cold for long outdoor walks with my dog. I’ve had to improvise and come up with all sorts of games and activities to keep my dog mentally and physically exercised during these cold winter months. Entertain Your Dog Without Destroying the House There is a growing acceptance among scientists that play is very, very important and the type and frequency of play are a really good indicator of a dog’s quality of life. – Mark Evans, former RSPCA chief veterinarian Frisbee inside the kitchen is certainly out,…
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  • Who Needs a Husband When You Have This Pit Bull?

    admin
    8 Jan 2015 | 8:25 pm
    We know dogs are man’s best friend, but in this case it seems like the adorable pit bull is this woman’s best friend. She clearly spent a lot of time training the pup to do all these things. Pit bulls are known for their ability to please their owners, doing whatever it takes (which is why so many abuse their strong will and make them fight), and in this case we see just how happy when they have things to do. My favorite part? The “achoo!” command.
  • Dog Eats 43.5 Socks. And We Wonder Why Their Breath Stinks…

    admin
    4 Sep 2014 | 6:00 pm
    We’re all used to losing a sock or two in the laundry. Where they go nobody knows, but speculation rarely falls on the dog. After all, they wouldn’t be dumb enough to eat your socks would they? Well, this Great Dane did in fact chow down on sock after sock, until he had an astounding 43.5 of them inside his aching stomach. “We opened up his stomach and kept removing sock after sock of all different shapes and sizes,” Dr. Ashley Magee at DoveLewis Animal Hospital in Portland, Oregon. We’ve seen dogs eat some weird things, but this probably takes the cake. Luckily…
  • Dogs Throw Huge Labor Day Pool Party And It’s a Ripper!

    admin
    4 Sep 2014 | 8:37 am
  • Brilliant! Vending Machine Gives Stray Dogs Food in Return for Bottles.

    admin
    4 Sep 2014 | 1:24 am
    Here’s an invention that we’d like to see used more around the world. In Istanbul there’s a machine that rewards stray dogs with food when they bring it plastic bottles. We aren’t quite sure how it works to train the dogs initially, but the company behind it, Pugedon, clearly has a good thing going. Istanbul is home to one of the largest stray dog populations, and there have even been attempts to poison the dogs that roam the streets. It’s good to see this sort of invention that solves two problems at once.
  • French Bulldog’s Bedtime Tantrum is the Definition of “Cute”

    admin
    3 Sep 2014 | 2:13 am
    We haven’t seen a pup with this sort of fiesty personality in, well maybe ever! Just wait until you see the smack talking this little fella does – at 0:21 my heart just about completely melted.
 
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    Top Dog Tips

  • Dogs On Demand – Uber Delivers Puppies to Your Work

    Top Dog Tips
    31 Jan 2015 | 8:50 am
    As news about Uber’s growth continue to surprise business investors, the company doesn’t stop there and has decided to use their power of popularity for good. Popular app-based transportation network and taxi company headquartered in San Francisco, CA has recently announced that they will partner with Animal Planet to celebrate their Puppy Bowl XI airing (make sure you don’t miss it!) Uber will be delivering dogs on demand to all offices in different cities: Atlanta, Baltimore, Cleveland, Dallas, DC, Denver, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Phoenix and Seattle, as reported by…
  • A Pack of Hunting Dogs Killed a Family Pet Dog

    Top Dog Tips
    30 Jan 2015 | 8:40 am
    A family in Tantalus has reported their dog mauled and killed by a pack of hunting dogs, which they called a reckless and senseless behavior. Killer dogs have trespassed onto the family’s territory and attacked family pet dog Foxy, who, after suffering multiple serious injuries, did not make it. “We could hear a bunch of dogs barking and everything. I heard what sounded like one our dogs screaming, an odd sound, so I went outside, saw these pit bulls grabbing her inside our yard,” aid Donald Nielson as reported via Khon2. Not only did the family lost their dog, but they were forced…
  • Dog Food Advisor Review – Is It Reliable?

    Top Dog Tips
    30 Jan 2015 | 6:48 am
    As a big fanatic of dog products research, and especially dog food brands research for the better health of my canines, I decided to do a Dog Food Advisor review. Yes, the DFA site itself! For those who don’t know, Dog Food Advisor is a review site of all kinds of dog food brands. Pet owners who are seeking reliable advice on dog foods and nutrition can meet Dr. Mike Sagman, who is the founder, chief editor and reviewer on Dog Food Advisor site. The man is a retired dentist who lives in Williamsburg, as per his bio page. He mostly reviews dog foods and treats, publishes…
  • Why Dog Parks Aren’t Suitable for Every Dog

    Top Dog Tips
    29 Jan 2015 | 5:43 am
    As dog owners, many of us would love to enjoy time in the park with our pets. Since not all “regular” parks allow canines in them, dog parks were created specifically for that reason. But now, some dog experts are advising that you should be very cautions when taking your pet to the park, and realize that dog parks aren’t suitable for every Fido. Lisa Moore of The Modesto Bee has provided some advice for dog owners who owns dogs that love dog parks but avoid other canines, and sometimes even bite them. “In a word, Robert, stop. You are doing both your dog and the other…
  • Citizens Win! Bill on Pit Bulls Labeled as Dangerous is Killed

    Top Dog Tips
    28 Jan 2015 | 12:18 pm
    On January 19th, a new and completely unique bill in Mississippi was introduced by the state which would allow law enforcement officers to come into your home (without any search warrants) if they believe that a dangerous dog or a Pit Bull is inside. Furthermore, the new House Bill 1261 – also known as the Mississippi’s Regulation of Dangerous Dog Act – will allow police officers to kill your dog if two of the following things occur: There are no tags about vaccination on the dog visible The dog is running around after he/she was “attempted to be peacefully…
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  • Is it Torn All Yeti…?

    Zeea
    27 Jan 2015 | 9:57 pm
    Unknown to me, once you buy a BarkBox you automatically have a subscription until you cancel it; even if you only order one box. That’s right – one box and suddenly you have a subscription; my one box was the Christmas box. One of my readers actually mentioned (in a comment) her BarkBox and how her dog, Brody, had destroyed its toys as well, stating that she was just going to get one more and then cancel her subscription. It’s a funny coincidence that I just happened to get one more too :lol: (unintentionally). R2Pet Monster/Cuddle Monsters This time around I will not be reviewing the…
  • SURVIVORS! (UPDATE)

    Zeea
    16 Jan 2015 | 3:23 pm
    So far there haven’t been many survivors but five toys did manage to pass the true test. Just in case you haven’t noticed, I have added a Top Five Durable Toys list on the right side of the page/website. Since it is a new year I thought I’d do a quick update on how each of these toys are lasting. TOP 5 DURABLE TOYS Number one: the orbee-tuff Diamond Plated Ball is still in tip-top condition with only some teeth marks on the surface. I am very impressed with this toy <3 . Honestly, I didn’t believe it and thought Zeea just wasn’t putting it to the test and I didn’t…
  • Resistance on the Zeea Front

    Zeea
    10 Jan 2015 | 12:26 pm
    JW Megalast Bone JW’s Megalast Bone came from Zeea’s Heavy Chewer BarkBox so I did have some expectations at the start of this review. Since the Yuletide Log had not been a heavy chewer toy than surely the bone would be. So I loaded up the bone with treats, choosing treats that I had to squish in with my fingers as I found out Zeea’s kibbles just fell out. With the treats being on the surface, Zeea had no need to knock around the toy and simply just lay down and started plucking out the treats one by one. A few were really jammed in, but after some tongue and paw work, the bone was…
  • Now We Tell a Yuletide…Review

    Zeea
    8 Jan 2015 | 9:45 pm
    BarkMade Yuletide Log The BarkMade Yuletide Log was one of the items I received in my BarkBox. I was over at my parents’ house to show my sister what Zeea had gotten in her box and she was showing me what her dog, Silas, had received. Silas is smaller than Zeea and nowhere near as destructive. So while I was talking to my sister, my mom came up behind us and saw the Yuletide Log, claiming that it looked strong and it would take Zeea quite a while to get through it. Another comment, made by my sister, was that Zeea would chew off the branch part first. They were good guesses but knowing Zeea…
  • Happy Pawlidays!

    Zeea
    1 Jan 2015 | 1:25 pm
    For Christmas I got Zeea a BarkBox thinking she was going to be spoiled with toys and treats anyway, why not? I did have knowledge of BarkBox before I ordered one and therefore knew that I could email and request a heavy chewer box instead of the original. It was exciting waiting for the mail and my curiosity to what goodies would be inside increased as the delivery date came closer. The box having been received seemed to interest Zeea as she pushed her nose up against it, no doubt smelling the treats inside. To alleviate both of our waiting the box was opened. This was after I decided to…
 
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  • Ringworm in Guinea Pigs

    enigmatik1030
    11 Jan 2015 | 11:00 am
      Ringworm is a common infection in guinea pigs. Here’s everything you need to know about ringworm in guinea pigs. The name ringworm refers to a fungal infection on the surface of the skin. It got it’s name because, long ago, people believed that the infection was due to a worm, but it is not. […]The post Ringworm in Guinea Pigs appeared first on Abyssinian Guinea Pig Tips.
  • The Ultimate Guinea Pig Food List

    enigmatik1030
    9 Jan 2015 | 4:06 pm
      Here is the ultimate guinea pig food list. If you just want to know if a certain food is safe for guinea pigs, you can use our Can Guinea Pigs Eat Tool. You can sort the table by columns. Just click on the column header. Because guinea pigs are herbivores, this list only contains […]The post The Ultimate Guinea Pig Food List appeared first on Abyssinian Guinea Pig Tips.
  • Guinea Pig Life Span

    enigmatik1030
    7 Jan 2015 | 7:10 pm
     Here are some interesting facts about the guinea pig life span and some tips on how to ensure your guinea pig lives a long, healthy and happy life. Average Life Span is 5-7 years. Sweetie is 15 years old. View on Facebook Respiratory Infections are a leading cause of guinea pig death. A breeding female […]The post Guinea Pig Life Span appeared first on Abyssinian Guinea Pig Tips.
  • Guinea Pig Quiz – Name the Social Media Stars

    enigmatik1030
    1 Jan 2015 | 1:53 pm
      Can You Name These Guinea Pig Social Media Stars? These guinea pigs are famous in the social media arena. How well do you follow social media? Take the quiz and see is you know these stars.The post Guinea Pig Quiz – Name the Social Media Stars appeared first on Abyssinian Guinea Pig Tips.
  • Guinea Pig Pet Insurance

    enigmatik1030
    30 Dec 2014 | 7:08 pm
      You may have heard about guinea pig pet insurance. What is it? How much does it cost? Is it worth it? Let’s look at guinea pig pet insurance and see if it might be a good option for you. Jump to: What Is It? What Are the Options? Do I Need It? A Different […]The post Guinea Pig Pet Insurance appeared first on Abyssinian Guinea Pig Tips.
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  • Frenchies: The Facts!

    Liz Upson
    29 Jan 2015 | 8:10 am
    French Bulldog Heritage In 2013, the American Kennel Club ranked the French Bulldog as the 11th most popular breed in the USA. Despite what the name suggests, the Frenchie’s origins lie in England. The early history of the breed is somewhat vague, but it’s believed that lace workers from the England fled to France in search of work taking their toy sized English Bulldogs with them. These small examples of Bulldogs had often worked as ratters but soon found a new role as companions for “ladies of the night”, spending their time escorting the women through the streets of Paris. The…
  • Liability: 5 facts every dog owner should know!

    Liz Upson
    28 Jan 2015 | 6:52 pm
    Over the last two weeks, we’ve talked about how important it is to train and exercise your dog. Taking them out into the real world provides an abundance of stimulation that helps to keep your dog fit and happy. As pet owners, we are responsible for our dog’s behavior both in our own homes and out in public. One of the most frequent topics we get asked about at Pet-Insurance.org is third party liability. With laws differing by state, it’s difficult to give specific answers to questions but there are some key points that every pet owner should be aware of: 1. Pet Insurance Doesn’t…
  • Can A Walk A Day Keep You Dog’s Bad Habits Away?

    Liz Upson
    21 Jan 2015 | 2:23 pm
    Last week we discussed dog training classes and the benefits they can bring to both you and your pets. This week, in honor of National Walk Your Dog Month we’re going to take a look at how regular exercise can improve your dog’s behavior. Many dogs at some point in their life exhibit some behavioral issue that we as owners would love to help them move past as quickly as possible. We’ve picked out five bad habits that a daily walk can help to eliminate: 1. Destructive Behavior Does your dog have a shoe chewing fetish? Maybe he likes to dig for treasure in the garden. Both of these…
  • 10 Reasons Why Puppy Training Classes Should Be On Your To-Do List.

    Liz Upson
    14 Jan 2015 | 5:14 pm
    January 2015 boasts two big events on the Pet Calendar, National Train Your Dog Month and Walk Your Dog Month. We think both of these causes are hugely important in the life of a healthy and happy pet. This week we’re focusing on the benefits of Puppy Training. Training and socialization classes are often seen as an optional extra when it comes to the care needs of a puppy. Yet, they come with many great benefits that can help your dog thrive not just through the puppy phase but throughout their lifetime. We’ve gathered together ten great reasons why puppy classes should be on your to-do…
  • The Lowdown on Labradors

    Liz Upson
    7 Jan 2015 | 5:48 pm
    Early Labrador Retriever Buccleuch Avon Labrador retrievers are consistently ranked as one of the most popular dogs in the world. The Labrador’s heritage can be traced back to the now extinct St John’s Water Dog, a breed that was regarded for its supreme retrieving abilities. Wealthy English aristocracy imported numerous St John’s Water Dogs to Britain to meet the need for sporting dogs. There the breed was refined into the modern Labrador we know today. Initially, Labradors were bred to be black coated, but yellow and chocolate varieties soon gain acceptance. The first Labrador…
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  • Pet-Friendly Car Rental in the UK

    Richard
    16 Jan 2015 | 7:54 am
    As any pet owner will know, finding pet-friendly services can be something of a challenge. Whether that’s a hotel, a park or a shop, these days so many people seem to be anti-dog that finding places where you can take your pet is something of a challenge. Never is this more of a problem than when trying to find dog-friendly car rentals in the UK. Many well-known car rental companies have a blanket ban on pets of any sort, worried about the potential damage to their vehicles or the amount of cleaning required. Even the car rental companies that *do* allow you to transport pets in their…
  • Treating Fleas in Cats

    Richard
    16 Jan 2015 | 5:49 am
    For cat owners fleas can become a part of everyday life. All too often cat owners find themselves being bitten by stray fleas on a regular and failing to get an infestation under control despite their best efforts. The truth is that there are a few tricks to ridding your cat (and your house) of fleas that are poorly understood by many pet owners and pet care advisers alike. Fortunately with just a little basic guidance everyone can adopt these strategies that will virtually guarantee a flea-free house. So if you’ve been struggling (and failing) to get rid of fleas in your house fear not…
  • 4 Tips for Travelling With Cage Birds

    Richard
    16 Jan 2015 | 4:02 am
    When it comes to transporting pets, birds seem to generate more questions than almost any other pet. We all know that a cat can be placed into a basket or a dog into a crate but what about flighty, nervous, fragile cage birds like budgies, canaries and cockatiels? How should one transport such animals to ensure that they reach their destination is perfect health? Two Rules for Transporting Cage Birds Travelling with birds is never easy. For one, birds tend to be quite highly strung animals. Of all the commonly kept pets, birds are the most likely to get overly stressed. Their rapidly-beating…
  • Vivariums for Pet Snakes: What Are The Options?

    Richard
    16 Jan 2015 | 4:01 am
    When it comes to keeping snakes, one of the single most important factors to consider is what sort of housing you’ll use. There are a number of reasons for this: Snakes are natural escape artists and will manage to escape through the most improbably small gap. A secure cage is therefore essential to prevent escapes. Snakes are cold-blooded animals and require artificial heating to remain healthy. Your snake cage can make providing artificial heat for your snake easier Pet snakes can be very sensitive to humidity. An environment that is too moist can lead to skin conditions. Equally an…
  • Beginners Guide to Keeping Pet Stick Insects

    Richard
    16 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    There are almost 3,000 species of stick insect in the world and while only a small percentage are available in the pet trade, many of those that are make ideal pets. Generally speaking stick insects are cheap to buy, easy to care for, almost silent and have no unpleasant odour whatsoever. They can therefore make an ideal starter pet for any child, while some of the larger and more impressive specimens can make fascinating pets for even experienced pet owners. Housing Pet Stick Insects The first step to success when it comes to keeping stick insects as pets is the cage they are kept in.
 
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    Veterinary Hub

  • 2015’s Best Stethoscopes for Veterinarians & Doctors

    Editorial Team
    18 Jan 2015 | 10:24 am
    “A doctor/veterinarian without a stethoscope is like a workman without his tools” — Unknown. If you are searching for the best stethoscope and looking for... The post 2015’s Best Stethoscopes for Veterinarians & Doctors appeared first on Veterinary Hub.
  • Better Mobile Veterinary Services, Another Initiative of Government of Punjab

    Editorial Team
    12 Jan 2015 | 3:40 am
    Punjab Government is starting Mobile Veterinary Services in Punjab district with the help Mobile SMS system for rural areas. Government will provide motorbikes to all veterinary... The post Better Mobile Veterinary Services, Another Initiative of Government of Punjab appeared first on Veterinary Hub.
  • Common Protozoan Diseases in Dogs

    Editorial Team
    6 Jan 2015 | 3:10 am
    Protozoa are one-celled animals that are not visible to the naked eye, but are visible under the microscope. They are usually carried in water. A... The post Common Protozoan Diseases in Dogs appeared first on Veterinary Hub.
  • Vomiting in Cats – Causes & Treatment

    Editorial Team
    23 Dec 2014 | 9:31 am
    A number of diseases and digestive problems in the cat are linked with vomiting. It is one of the most common nonspecific symptoms you are likely to encounter. Cats... The post Vomiting in Cats – Causes & Treatment appeared first on Veterinary Hub.
  • INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON DAIRY ANIMAL REPRODUCTION (ISDAR, 2015)

    Editorial Team
    23 Dec 2014 | 1:37 am
    The University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan (UVAS) in collaboration with Society for Animal Reproduction of Pakistan (SARP) is organizing an “International Symposium on Dairy... The post INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON DAIRY ANIMAL REPRODUCTION (ISDAR, 2015) appeared first on Veterinary Hub.
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  • Puller Training Device and Dog Toy

    Kevin
    30 Jan 2015 | 9:23 am
    MyDogLikes MyDogLikes - As soon as we laid our eyes on Puller at Backer’s Total Pet Expo last fall, we knew that Charlie had to have it. As a well known frisbee connoisseur, this thing looked to be right up his alley. We spoke briefly to their representatives at the booth to learn a bit more, and as it turns out Puller is more than just a dog toy.   It is designed to be used as a dog training and exercise device as well! Needless to say we were thrilled when their parent company, Collar recently contacted us about reviewing Puller for the blog! About Puller Puller consists of a set of 2…
  • Pudin’s Paw Paracord Dog Collar and Leash

    Kevin
    29 Jan 2015 | 7:33 am
    MyDogLikes MyDogLikes - The Buffalo Bills season may be over, but the boys still have plenty to be excited about. Not only do we have a new coach coming to town, but they also have some great new swag to wear for next season! Introducing Pudin’s Paw! Pudin’s Paw reached out to us on Twitter to see if we would be interested in reviewing their Homemade dog collars and leashes. They even said they would love to make us some “Bills inspired” accessories. Harley and Charlie are huge football fans, so needless to say that got their attention! We headed on over to their website to learn…
  • Wordless Wednesday: Sandwich Snuggles

    Rachael
    27 Jan 2015 | 9:01 pm
    MyDogLikes MyDogLikes - Snoozin’ is over! Time to wake up! Don’t forget to enter our current GIVEAWAYS: Bow Wow SnickerDoodles Click Here to Enter  Zeus Bomber Dog Toy Click Here to Enter  Thanks to BlogPaws for hosting this Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop! The post Wordless Wednesday: Sandwich Snuggles appeared first on MyDogLikes.
  • The Sarge Dog Bone by Merrick

    Rachael
    27 Jan 2015 | 7:14 am
    MyDogLikes MyDogLikes - If you follow us on social media (MyDogLikes Instagram), you probably remember a lot of very sad puppy faces while we worked on our kitchen remodel. The final stretch involved a full day of tiling with Grandpa. I knew the boys would be none too pleased that Grandpa couldn’t give them all the pats, scratches, and paw that they wanted. Big Project Calls for Big Reinforcements… We needed full infantry support; something that would entertain the boys long enough for the humans to get some work done, reduce the amount of golden hair in the tile mastic, and avoid the…
  • Black & White Sunday: Homemade?

    Kevin
    25 Jan 2015 | 6:29 am
    MyDogLikes MyDogLikes - Have you all seen how Mom tried to trick us poor dogs this week?!? She tried to pass some of these Paws Barkery Bow Wow SnickerDoodles off as her own! Well, I must admit even our discerning pallets thought they were homemade.  And they sure were tasty so I guess we can forgive her… Make sure to visit our Paws Barkery Review and enter to win a WHOLE CASE of these tasty treats for yourselves!   Have your parents ever tried to trick you like this???   Many thanks to Sugar the Golden Retriever and Nola the Dachshund for hosting this Black & White…
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  • 10 Ways To Puppy Proof Your Home

    Sophie Little
    31 Jan 2015 | 11:42 am
    Adopting a puppy can be a handful and it's not for everybody. If your ready to care and train a puppy that's awesome but no matter how vigilant you are you'll still need to puppy proof your home. Your puppy will find ways to get in to trouble that you've never imagined, so you may as well prepare for the things that may come. 1. Lock up your food. It's a bad idea to encourage your puppy to eat human food and some human foods you eat can be very harmful to dogs Read our guide on 12 Human Foods That Could Harm Your Dog. Put food up high so your puppy can't get to it. 2. Keep your and your dogs…
  • 12 Human Foods That Could Harm Your Dog

    Sophie Little
    21 Jan 2015 | 1:41 pm
    As a dog owner it is your job to know what your dog can and can't eat. Theres a ton of foods that you probably didn't know about that could actually kill your dog. There's nothing worse than your dog suffering due to a simple diet mistake. Below you will find the list of 12 Human foods that can harm your dog. 1. Chocolate Chocolate is one of the most common types of food that is bad for your dog. So we thought we'll get put this at the top of the list to get it out of the way. What's in it? Chocolate contains caffeine and theobromine which fall under the methylxanthines category. What could…
  • Teaching your dog how to swim

    Sophie Little
    15 Jan 2015 | 4:07 am
    It's a common thought that all dogs are born with the intstinct to swim and that they would be fine if they jumped or fell in to water. While your dog would may paddle and may be able to keep its head above water, this is a dangerous way for a dog to be introduced to water. It is always a good idea to teach your dog how to swim. Even if you don't plan on going from a swim regularly. Below we will look and highlight how to teach your dog to swim safely and so that your dog doesn't become afraid of water. Is your dog capable of swimming? There are some breeds that are unable to swim due to…
  • Litter training your kitten

    Sophie Little
    12 Jan 2015 | 7:01 am
    Bringing a new kitten home for the first time can be a very exciting time for you. On the other hand it can be stressful for the kitten. A new family, surroundings, smells and sounds may be overwhelming for it. One the plus side litter training your kitten is not usually too much of a problem. Cats are naturally clean animals and a kittens mother with all ready have done some of the hard work for you teaching her little one what to do. Of course in her new home you kitten will need some pointers as to what to do there. Below are a few tips to help you and your kitten become masters of litter…
  • Advice on buying a puppy

    Sophie Little
    7 Jan 2015 | 1:17 am
    Buying a puppy is not as simple as people may think. There a many different things you need to think about before you buy a puppy or a full grown dog. Below you will find some great advice and important information to consider. What information should I be asking the breeder? Can I see the puppy with their parents? You should always make sure you see the puppy with at least one of its parents (preferably the mother). How old is the mother? The mother should be over 1 year old. How old are the puppies The puppy should be at least 8 weeks old. Has the puppies been wormed? All puppies have worms…
 
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    Shepped.com

  • How To Groom a German Shepherd Dog – 5 Simple Steps

    Shepped
    28 Jan 2015 | 1:06 pm
    Every dog has particular grooming requirements that need to be met. A happy dog is one that is being groomed on a weekly basis. Many German Shepherd owners adopt the wrong techniques to keep their dogs clean. To get a clearer picture, keep on reading. Why is Grooming Important for a GSD A GSD is a double-coated […] The post How To Groom a German Shepherd Dog – 5 Simple Steps appeared first on Shepped.com.
  • 6 Best Exercising Tips for Your German Shepherd

    Shepped
    23 Jan 2015 | 1:00 pm
    German Shepherds are high-spirited dogs. They are active, full of vigor, and extremely intelligent. In many parts of the world, these dogs are used as sheepherders. This means they protect the herd of sheep from the eyes of predators. These dogs are full of life and that’s why they require ample physical exercise and play […] The post 6 Best Exercising Tips for Your German Shepherd appeared first on Shepped.com.
  • What Are The Best Vegetable and Fruit Treats For Your GSD

    Shepped
    22 Jan 2015 | 11:10 am
    Whenever your GS behaves well, you offer it a delicious treat. However, there is a lot to think about before giving too many treats to your dog. Many people like to give treats to their dogs to reward them for good behavior. This reward system usually peaks during a German Shepherd’s training as a puppy. […] The post What Are The Best Vegetable and Fruit Treats For Your GSD appeared first on Shepped.com.
  • The Right Way to Bathe a German Shepherd Puppy

    Shepped
    21 Jan 2015 | 2:44 pm
    German Shepherds are clean animals, unless they dig up the ground and get dirt all over them. A GS puppy will not need frequent baths as it may be harmful for the delicate little pup. If your pup has had a bath from the shop you bought it from, there is no need to bathe […] The post The Right Way to Bathe a German Shepherd Puppy appeared first on Shepped.com.
  • Really Useful Leash and Collar Tips For Your GSD

    Shepped
    20 Jan 2015 | 7:55 am
    German Shepherds are big dogs that are extremely strong. Taking a GSD outdoors without a leash on can become a huge problem for both the dog and the people around it. GSDs are not aggressive if trained to behave and obey the owners. Early socialization is another reason for GSDs to stay in control and […] The post Really Useful Leash and Collar Tips For Your GSD appeared first on Shepped.com.
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  • Five tips for grooming your dog

    admin
    31 Jan 2015 | 8:24 am
    Image Credit: MTSOfan Whether you have a Greyhound, Poodle or German Shepherd, grooming is an essential part of dog ownership. Grooming is so much more than just a way for a dog to look good; it is an important aspect of their health routine. It’s a way for you to check your dog for any injuries or health issues, keeping them free of bugs and most importantly it is an essential part of socialization and part of being accepted into your family. Here are five important tips to grooming your dog regardless of their fur type that will make your life easier: Be Prepared Knowing what you…
  • Tightrope walkers have got nothing on this dog [video]

    admin
    29 Jan 2015 | 1:57 pm
    Let’s be serious for a second here.  If I told you that a dog could walk along a tightrope there’s absolutely no way you’d believe me.  I wouldn’t believe me.  In fact the first thing I’d do is check my temperature to make sure I wasn’t having some sort of a brain melt. Well brain melt or no, dogs walking along slack lines is real.  It’s here and I’m not sure what it means.  Possibly this a sign of a new super dog race and that very soon we’ll be the one’s on the end of the leash.  I really don’t know. Regardless, Ozzy…
  • Bladder stones in dogs and cats

    admin
    28 Jan 2015 | 2:53 pm
    Have you have noticed that your cat has stopped using their litter box suddenly, or that your male dog has started dribbling when he goes to pee? There is a good chance you may be learning about urinary calculi, also known as bladder stones. What is a bladder stone? A bladder stone is not something that your dog or cat ate; it is a build up of tiny crystals that ball together to make a very sharp, and painful mass known as a bladder stone. These stones can be found at any point of the urinary tract although with dogs these stones situate themselves in the bladder over 80% of the time. Breeds…
  • Dogs Always Forgive – Albert Camus [quote]

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    27 Jan 2015 | 4:02 pm
    The post Dogs Always Forgive – Albert Camus [quote] appeared first on TailSmart.
  • Cat meowing at night? Here are 12 ideas to help you get some sleep

    admin
    26 Jan 2015 | 6:22 pm
    Image Credit: Ian Wilson Are you finding yourself awake in the middle of the night because your cat is serenading you with the songs of her people? Excessive meowing at night is a common problem, especially in older cats. Understanding why she meows will help you find ways to get some peace and quiet at night. Why do cats meow? Interestingly, cats only meow to communicate with humans. Kittens will meow to let their mother know they need something (such as food or warmth) but when they grow up they will only meow at their human staff (psst… that’s you!). Here are some of the most…
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  • Dog Grooming – Tips on How to Groom a Dog

    Kate Barrington
    30 Jan 2015 | 3:31 pm
    One of your responsibilities as a dog owner is to take care of your dog’s skin and coat – that means you will have to groom your dog on occasion. A dog’s grooming needs vary depending on the type of coat and its length. Some dogs can get away with a weekly brushing while others […] The post Dog Grooming – Tips on How to Groom a Dog appeared first on pawster.
  • Yorkshire Terrier (Yorkie) Dog Breed Information, Facts and FAQ’s

    Carlotta Cooper
    29 Jan 2015 | 8:30 pm
    Introduction to the Yorkshire Terrier Yorkshire Terriers, or “Yorkies,” as they are affectionately known, are real terriers though they come in a Toy package. Once hardworking dogs who hunted rats in English factories, the Yorkie was too beautiful to stay in the textile mills. High society loved the beautiful little dogs with the long, silky […] The post Yorkshire Terrier (Yorkie) Dog Breed Information, Facts and FAQ’s appeared first on pawster.
  • Dog Adoption Tips – Information regarding adopting a Dog

    Kate Barrington
    29 Jan 2015 | 4:29 pm
    Once you and your family have decided that you want a dog you have a very important decision to make – do you buy a puppy or adopt a shelter dog? Both options have their advantages and disadvantages, so it really depends what you and your family are looking for. Below you will find a […] The post Dog Adoption Tips – Information regarding adopting a Dog appeared first on pawster.
  • 6 Hazards to Your Dog This Valentine’s Day

    Paris and John Permenter
    29 Jan 2015 | 12:12 am
    While we may celebrate Valentine’s Day with chocolate and champagne, those traditional gifts have no love for our dogs! So that your special holiday doesn’t become a heartbreaker, here are a few tips to keep in mind to keep your dog safe around the holiday’s most common hazards: Alcohol That half-finished glass of champagne can […] The post 6 Hazards to Your Dog This Valentine’s Day appeared first on pawster.
  • Dachshund Dog Breed Information, Fun Facts and FAQ’s

    Carlotta Cooper
    28 Jan 2015 | 11:50 pm
    Introduction to the Dachshund Dachshund means “badger dog” in German and these long, low dogs were originally bred to hunt fierce badgers. They could dig to go underground into the badger’s lair and many Dachshunds still love to dig today. Dachshunds come in both standard and miniature sizes and in three coat types (smooth, longhair, […] The post Dachshund Dog Breed Information, Fun Facts and FAQ’s appeared first on pawster.
 
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  • The Most Cutest I Love You I Have Ever Heard!

    707pets
    31 Jan 2015 | 2:39 pm
    We expect our pets to make little barks or lick us on the face when we pet-pat them right?  What I saw on that video is far beyond I could have imagined or ever heard! This little french bulldog reciprocates her owner’s affection in the most original and unexpected way. This has just made my day!
  • Can You Guess What Was Left In That Suitcase?

    707pets
    31 Jan 2015 | 2:10 pm
    That is not the first time something like this happened. Unfortunately, too many stories are read, witnessed all across the world. Let’s just go in New York for now, and see what some of us are ready to do to fight against animal cruelty. On Thursday January 22 2015, a mixed pitbull was found in a stained suitcase, in the south of Bronx. A good samaritain reached for officiers that was patrolling the area near Melrose Housing Development at 700 Morris Ave (in Morrisiana), telling them a dog was found in a suitcase in a dumpster behind the building. As I write those words, I shivers ..
  • 13 Reasons Why You Should Adopt A Pet -Not Buy-

    Elena De Angelis
    26 Jan 2015 | 10:40 pm
    Adding a dog to the family is always a big decision. You’ve got to ask yourself many questions before arriving at the conclusion to bring a furry friend into your home. Is it the right time for your family? Do we want a big dog or a small dog? Energetic or mellow? Shy or super outgoing? Beginning the search for the most perfect pet can be overwhelming, but one thing is definitely a very simple choice to make: Deciding to adopt a pet is a much better idea than purchasing one. There are countless reasons to choose adoption over buying from a pet store or a breeder, but here are just a few…
  • Adoption Status On Sienna Rose

    Leah Swan
    23 Jan 2015 | 1:41 pm
    When ‘NYC Second Chance Rescue‘ first talked about the sad story of Sienna Rose, it was viewed by over 3 MILLION people.  We posted some days ago a follow up on her progress and let you know guys that SR was ready for adoption and was really hoping for a new home. I am sad to see that NYC had to post today a new follow up not on Sienna’s new home, but again, to ask people to adopt her. So here I am, again, begging you guys to contact ‘NYC Second Chance Rescue’ or simply fill out this adoption form on their website. Don’t let Sienna Rose in a cage, she…
  • Too Kute! Bouncing Lamb, The New Star!

    707pets
    23 Jan 2015 | 9:06 am
    Here it is! Our new internet star : Bouncing Lamb Enjoy! image source : Canva.com
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