Guyot Designs Squishy Pet Bowl


These handy Guyot Designs Squishy Pet Bowls are collapsible, yet retain their original shape for feeding and watering on the go. Pack away in purse or pocket and pop out when ready to use.

These flexible bowls are made of food-grade silicone and are temperature resistant to 400 degrees F. Easy clean up, too--they dry in seconds.

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September 21, 2009

Sleepypod Introduces 2 New Pet Products -- Crater Dot and Sleepypod Air

Sleepypod, makers of the Sleepypod Mobile Pet Bed and other accessories will introduce two new pet products at the H.H. Backer 43rd Annual Pet Industry Christmas Trade Show in Chicago this October 2-4, 2009


Crater Dot. The contoured Crater Dot is a comfortable lounge for your pet recommended for use on any flat surface. The polyester plush dot center provides an easy to clean and comfy spot to relax with a foam lounge base. This portable pet bed is designed to be the pet equivalent of our sofa or recliner.


For chilly weather, the Sleepypod Warmer Kit can be inserted in the pocket in the base. Crater Dot comes in three "fashionista-friendly" colors--Mossy Green, Lunar Gray and Blossom Pink and will retail at $73.99.


Sleepypod Air. Concerned about your pet carrier fitting under the seat on the plane? The Sleepypod Air (pictured above) solves this worry--the carrier adapts to the various under-seat storage requirements set by different airlines while providing max comfort for your traveling pet. It compresses in length from 22" to 16". Both top and ends open for easy access with large zipper pockets on both sides.

How about car trips to and from the airport, plus out-and-about town? Straps on both sides allow you to secure the Sleepypod Air in your car. Explanatory diagram below.

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September 19, 2009

Super Cool Pet Books -- Amazon.com Hot New Releases 9/19/09

More and more books every day are available in Kindle edition. To never again be caught without something good to read -- priceless!

Early fall reading for both cat and dog lovers. Browse some of the Amazon Hot New Pet Book Releases in our ongoing monthly series.

insideofdog.jpgInside of a Dog: What Dogs See, Smell, and Know by Alexandra Horowitz
A cognitive scientist, explains how dogs perceive their daily worlds, each other, and that other quirky animal, the human. A fresh look at the world of dogs -- from the dog's point of view. Good New York Times review.

glamourpuss.jpgGlamourpuss: The Enchanting World of Kitty Wigs by Julie Jackson
Author is the creator of Kitty Wigs and its companion web site (kittywigs.com), where she sells upscale hairpieces for cats .Here 60 high-fashion portraits showcase cats posing in the wigs.

wolfinparlor.jpgThe Wolf in the Parlor: The Eternal Connection between Humans and Dogs by Jon Franklin
Based on evolutionary science, archaeology, behavioral science, and the firsthand experience of watching his own dog evolve from puppy to family member, this Pulitzer Prize winner, science writer, professor and author postulates that humans and dogs are more than just inseparable but part and parcel of the same creature.

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September 18, 2009

PetScoop: Cat Person or Dog Person? "Meet the Breeds" October 17-18, 2009


Are you a Dog or Cat Person? Vote Now @ www.meetthebreeds.com! The American Kennel Club and the Cat Fanciers' Association are presenting Meet the Breeds on October 17-18, 2009, at the Javits Center in New York City.

Pet lovers can meet as many as 160 dog breeds and 41 cat breeds, plus enjoy demonstrations, shopping and children's activities. Each breed will be presented in its own designated space, decorated to reflect its heritage, characteristics and unique attributes as a pet. Attendees can pet the dogs, cats, puppies and kittens and learn about them directly from the experts.

Mark your calendar--tickets are available for purchase now!

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Are Your Pet Products Toxic to Your Pet? Find Out at HealthyStuff.org


Here at Super Cool Pets our goal is to feature products and news that will enhance and improve the lives of the animals who live with us. The sad, bad news is that there are products sold out there that may easily be toxic to our pets and ourselves, unbeknownst to any of us.

The good folks over at HealthyStuff.org tested over 400 pet products, including beds, chew toys, stuffed toys, collars, leashes, and tennis balls. They are finding elevated levels of lead, mercury, arsenic and other chemicals that can be hazardous to human health, especially for pets and children.

The HealthyStuff.org site has an interactive database listing the products by brand, type, or level of concern with a product search as well. You can request new products to be tested. Their product database can also be accessed using the Flash Widget, SMS Texting, and a mobile application.

The site is not just about pet products. You can review 15,000 test results on over 5,000 other common items including children's products, cars, apparel and accessories, back-to-school products and more.

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September 17, 2009

Handmade Copper Pet Photo Albums by Cam Wilson in San Francisco


Preserve photos of your pets and other loved ones in these handsome Handmade Copper Pet Photo Albumsicon. The front of the rich copper cover is decorated with a a dog bone or a cat and moon.

The albums have 24 spaces for 4" x 6" photos inside, set on black acid-free paper in twelve acetate sleeves. They are handmade by artisan Cam Wilson in San Francisco and make a great gift for yourself or a pet lover.

Ways to save:

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September 16, 2009

PetScoop: Neater Feeder for Dogs and Cats Wins Pet Product News 2009 Editors Choice Award


In early summer we posted on the new Neater Pet Feeder for dogs and cats. The Neater Feeder has been a smash hit and wins the 2009 Editors Choice Award from Pet Product News at this month`s Super Zoo 2009 National Show for Pet Retailers.


The Neater Pet Feeder contains the spilling, splashing, and slobbering involved in feeding your pet. It will reduce the mess and actual damage to your floors and wall surfaces in the immediate vicinity as well, cutting back on slippery floors and stains.

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Double-Duty Bed N Bungalow Cat Bed


This Bed N Bungalowicon cat bed gives your kitty two ways to sleep. Put the "roof" up for privacy, or push down into the bottom section to make a comfy, nest-style bed.

Use it as a windowsill hideaway or in his/her favorite napping spot. Made of super-soft plush and microsuede. Machine washable.

Save on essentials to keep your cat comfortable at the Cat Comfort Sale at Drs. Foster and Smith.

Drs. Foster and Smith Inc.
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September 15, 2009

Ruminations on Being a Cat by Flautist at bookofjoe


Who hasn't wondered at some point what life is like for our pets--how do they really view the world? The 'world's most popular blogging anesthesiologist' posted the other day over at bookofjoe:

One project of mine over the past few months has been trying (without success, methinks) to become Gray Cat, see the world as she does and experience things from her point of view.

I sometimes lie down right next to her and look at what she's looking at and try to do a mind-meld with her cat brain but so far nada.

If only I had fur and whiskers to make the incoming more realistic....

And received the following insights from Flautist:

Regarding your project to experience and see things as Gray Cat [above and below] does, I can save you some time and effort. I've already done it with my felines and here's my report: They spend their time dividing everything up into Feels Good or Doesn't Feel Good, and Exciting or Not Exciting. There is broad agreement amongst felines and plenty of individual quirks. Feels Good examples -- chin scratch, sunny spot, chow; Doesn't -- bath, medicine applications, toenail clipping. Exciting -- squirrel chase, bird stalk, cockroach hunt; Not -- waiting for playtime, waiting for rodents to show up, etc. They can occasionally feel deeply conflicted; when I pick up Laurence (cat) I like to hold him upside down like a baby, which he hates, and he plants back feet under my chin in readiness to kick forcefully for release, but he seldom uses that move because he knows he will get back of head scratch which he loves more than anything on earth. Anyway, all that is to say, this is pretty much what you need to know about Gray Cat's (literal) experience of life.

Readers, what do you think?

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Deco Breeze Decorative Dog or Cat Figurine Fan


Keep cool or warm air circulating in the room with this Deco Breeze Decorative Figurine Fan in the shape of a dog or cat. Place it on a desk at work or on an end table in the living room for a charming addition to any home or office.


The cat has curly whiskers, a button nose, pointed ears, gently curving tail and tiny toes; the dog has a long smooth snout, collar, and little front feet. Made of high-quality cast metal with a beautiful finish.

Also available in Owl, Rooster, Turtle, Snail, Frog, and Flower. Great gift idea.

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