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PetSmart - Dog

January 20, 2010

Automatic Dog and Cat Fountains: Bridgeport Onyx Waterer and Dog It Fresh and Clear Large Dog Fountain

Are your pets drinking from gucky, warm water? Is the bowl always empty? These two attractive automatic waterers are suitable for households with one or more pets.

Both have an elevated drinking basin to help keep guzzlers from guzzling, while smaller dogs and cats can drink from below. The re-circulating flow eliminates stale, stagnant water filled with dirt and hair.

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This ceramic Bridgeport Onyx Waterer Fountain above is stylish and will keep your pets' water cool. The water cascades over the middle dome and spills into the asymmetric bowl. The fountain has gently sloping sides to allow your dog or cat easy access.
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The Dog It Fresh and Clear Large Pet Fountain is, despite its name, also suitable for cats and dogs. The integrated splashguard reduces water slobber on the floor as your pet drinks from the basin.

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January 19, 2010

Valentine's Pet Sale at Just4Pooches

Time to think about Valentine's Day for our pets. charm05.jpgEach Sweet Talk'n Rose Plush Dog Toy has a sound chip inside that says "I love you."

Find more super cool pet gifts at the Just4Pooches Valentine's sale going on now through 2/14/2010. Save 15% on your entire purchase. Use coupon code VDAY2010.

New to the site? Get 10% off Your First Order at Just4Pooches.com. Use code J4P10.

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About Dog Harnesses -- 5 Different Designs

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Muttropolis has sent us an helpful visual tutorial on Dog Harnesses. On the rare occasion we require a restraint on our own Golden Retrievers, we use a leash. Yesterday at the vet's office, we started to rethink this strategy. It is so hard on the dog's neck, as they pull when they are anxious, and a slipped collar is always a risk.

The dog folks at Muttropolis.com recommend that your harness fits comfortably around your pet's body, allowing him/her to move about freely. Of course it should still be snug enough so your dog can't slip out of it--once the harness is on, take a moment to adjust it properly. Consult the following diagrams for specific harness design features and choose the one that's right for you.

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January 15, 2010

Dogged Health -- Canine Health and Wellness

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This morning we had an "eureka" moment over canine skin symptoms that have confounded us for over a year. We arrived at a pretty certain diagnosis over at Dogged Health, found via a newsletter from the American Kennel Club. We entered the bare minimum of information in their Diagnostic Dog - Symptom Selector and went from there. Nifty tool--check it out.

From the site: "DoggedHealth is the most comprehensive and authoritative canine health and wellness site on the Internet. We are both an information resource as well as community empowering users to make educated healthcare decisions for their dogs. Each and every piece of content is provided by a vet or, when appropriate, a certified trainer."

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Housebreak Your New Puppy -- Paw Trax Training Tray and Training Champ Pad Disposal System

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New puppy? The Paw Trax Training Tray is like a litter box for puppies. The tray holds absorbent pads which are odor-free. Place the training tray with pad in a warm location convenient for you, and house train your pup to the tray. Gradually move the tray closer to the door until you can move it outside. Works with Paw Trax Training Pads or Hartz Maximum Protection Puppy Pads.

trainingchmppaddisp.jpg With all the training pads used in the puppy-training phase, you need a way to keep odors from permeating your home. With Training Champ Disposal System, simply toss used training pads into this double-sealed odor-control disposal canister.

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January 14, 2010

2010 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show -- Let Your Dog Compete at ShowUsYourDogs.com

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Dogs of all breeds will compete at the 134th annual 2010 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show Monday and Tuesday, February 15th and 16th at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

In the meantime, you can show off your dog now by uploading photos and video of your pooch at ShowUsYourDog. While you're there, get to know the other dog lovers and owners.

Let your dog compete too. You can vote your dog up to the top. Tag your photos with POLL and including your dog's name, breed and your name and city. Click here for more details or copy and paste http://blogs.msg.com/themonitor/2010/01/12/show-us-your-dogs-upload-your-photos-now/ in your browser.

Photo: 2010 Commemorative Poster. Order info here.

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January 13, 2010

Air Press Oxygen Therapy for Your Pet in Tokyo's Wag Style Dog Salon

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Next time you travel to Japan with your dog, or if you are already there, check out the premium services offered at Tokyo's Wag Style dog salon.

Developed by Air Press, this steel and glass enclosed cylindrical chamber provides oxygen therapy to dogs. Oxygen therapy is a medical treatment which ups the percentage of oxygen in the air people breathe. We are not animal doctors, but conceivable uses would be for cats and dogs in respiratory distress or shock, with serious heart problems or allergic attacks.

Or maybe just to ease your pet's stress. This spa special will run you 2,000 yen, or about $21 for 30 minutes. As with all medical treatments, consult your vet prior.

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January 12, 2010

How to Pay Those Skyrocketing Pet Bills -- Pet Insurance Resources

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We don't begrudge anyone the right to make a living, but vet bills sure mount up very quickly these days. Office fees, lab fees, x-rays, dental care, surgery, vaccinations--we are talking hundreds if not thousands per visit.

And, sad to say, the line between medical care and salesmanship is starting to look a little blurry. Do you know how or even if you would cover your pet's veterinary bills if they become seriously ill or need surgery?

Currently, around a million U.S. pets are insured, according to the North American Pet Health Insurance Association. The Wall Street Journal recently ran an excellent overview of pet insurance, making the following points:

Consumers need to be careful, since many pet policies can be as confusing as coverage you buy for yourself.

Pet insurance often places strict limits on how much it will pay for particular procedures.

And policies can have tricky designs that can leave consumers with big out-of-pocket bills for their animals.

Premiums vary from around $10 a month to $75 a month, depending on factors including the richness of the plan, your location and your animal's breed and age.

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Cat and Dog Clocks

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For true pet lovers, these Cat and Dog Clocks announce the hour with a bark or meow.

On the dog clock, the hours are represented by the Labrador Retriever at noon, followed by the Yorkshire Terrier, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Beagle, Boxer, Dachshund, Bulldog, Poodle, Shih Tzu, Miniature Schnauzer, and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.

The cat clock includes the Persian, Birman, Siamese, Ragdoll, Norwegian Forest Cat, Abyssinian, Maine Coon, Exotic, Oriental, Sphynx, Burmese, and American Shorthair.

Just so you aren't counting dogs and cats all night, a built-in light sensor detects darkness, disabling the sound. Great gift--who doesn't need a wall clock?

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January 11, 2010

Mint Automatic Cleaner Dusts and Mops Your Floors Without You

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Pets certainly make for dirty floors and a lot of hard work cleaning them. Soon you will be able to upgrade your Swiffer Sweeper and relax. The new Mint Floor Cleaner automatically dusts and mops hard-surface flooring using Swiffer Sweeper Cloths.

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Mint will pick up the dust and dirt that collects along the edges of walls, with sensors to avoid area rugs and carpeting. Mint can also detect drop off hazards like stairs.



The Mint will be available in retail outfits this coming fall for under $250. Click for more detailed information.

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