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Busy Buddy Tug-a-Jug -- It's Time to Play!

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Is your pup looking around for something to do? Feel guilty because your dog wants to play and you can't drop everything right now?

Busy BuddyTug-A-Jug is a fun interactive doggy toy that will stimulate all your pet's 5 senses.

  • The plastic bottle is made of non-toxic bullet proof material--virtually indestructible.
  • Bottom can be unscrewed for easily loading treats or kibbles.
  • Bottle is translucent so your dog can see the treats through the bottle
  • Scent holes allow your dog to smell the treats.
  • When the Tug-A-Jug rolls, the treats rattle inside.
  • Spiked rubber wrap and tight knotted rope serve as chew toys.

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Two sizes: Busy BuddyTug-A-Jug for small dogs and Busy BuddyTug-A-Jug for medium and large.

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Tell Bell™ - Train Your Dog to Ring to Go Outside

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Tell Bell™ is a specialized dog training device that permits a dog to "tell" his owner when he needs to go outside to be a good doggy. When your dog presses down on the paw print of the Tell Bell, it rings, telling you that your dog needs to go outside.

How do you do it? In a each Tell Bell™ box, you receive:

* Two Tell Bells (in one of 4 colors)
* A Training DVD
* A Training Manual

Keep an extra Tell Bell™ in your vehicle to use as guests in hotels or in the homes of your friends and family.

Similar training devices you might like are the Wireless Pet Doorbell and Poochie Bells.

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June 26, 2008

Sega Dream Dog DX -- Nothing Says Cute Like a Golden Retriever

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Hard to find anything as cute as a Golden even if it is a robot. Probably won't come trotting across the lawn to greet you when you come home. Or have quite the same look in those big brown eyes. Or carry the leash around in his/her mouth when it is time for walkies.

But no more slobber on the floor in the kitchen, or clean up in the yard. This Golden Retriever toy will respond to voice commands (that would be refreshing). The Sega Dream Dog DX will sit, roll over, bark and nip at your fingers when you play with its nose. Sega Dream Dog DX will be available this September for $276.

[via DVICE]

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Before Grain -- Feed Your Pets the Way Nature Intended

Are dogs and cats vegetarians by nature? I think we all know the answer to that, yet so much commercial pet food is chock full of grain.

You can feed your pets the way nature intended with Before Grain dog and cat food.

  • Grain free, no fillers
  • No artificial colors, flavors
  • Natural preservatives
  • For all life stages

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Before Grain is available in many Varieties -- Dry and Canned. Yummy flavors -- tuna, salmon, chicken, beef, buffalo, quail, tripe for cats and dogs.

On this topic, food for thought from Only Natural Pet Store - Everything Natural for Dogs & Cats:

Dogs are classified as carnivores, but as a practical matter, they are omnivorous and can easily survive without meat, as long as they eat a balanced diet. Dog relatives like foxes and coyotes consume lots of fruit or other vegetation at certain times of the year. While not ideal for every dog, most dogs can be successfully converted to a vegetarian or even vegan diet, and there are several suitable commercial dog foods as well as homemade diets. If you are considering a vegetarian rather than vegan diet for your dog, a lacto-ovo vegetarian diet has more flexibility by allowing dairy products and eggs as protein sources.

Cats, however, are exclusively carnivorous by nature and by physiology. The cat's body has made many specific adaptations to its expected diet of prey, which consists mostly of protein, fat and moisture. While you may hear stories about successfully vegetarian cats (including one lion), as a veterinarian, I cannot recommend trying to make a cat exclusively vegetarian or vegan. I've just seen too many problems from it. However, one company makes a good canned food that can be helpful in reducing the amount of meat you need to feed your cat.

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June 25, 2008

Comfy Cone - Let Your Pet Heal in Comfort

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Let your pet heal in comfort with Comfy Cone. After surgery, so many vets send their patients home with the uncomfortable and unwieldy plastic white cone around their head, making the pet feel even more miserable and strange. The cone blocks out peripheral vision, so the pet bumps into walls and furniture, knocking things over.

Comfy Cone is made of nylon laminated onto ½ inch foam, so the Cone is soft and yielding while still being sturdy and protective. The many positive features include:

  • Has elastic loops to thread the pets own collar through to keep the Comfy Collar secure in place and keeping it from being pulled off or from falling off
  • Allows your pet to eat and drink in comfort
  • Collar can be folded back when eating and drinking or when checking wounds and irritations.
  • Velcro closures and tabs which adjust to many sizes and opens so you do not have to put pet's head thru Comfy Collar
  • Unique reflective binding to help protect you and your pet while going outside at night for walks and bathroom breaks
  • Water resistant and repellent
  • Easy to wipe clean and dry.
  • Fold flat for easy storage.
  • More eco-friendly than the plastic e-collar

Available in Small, Medium, Large and X Large

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June 24, 2008

Noise Phobias -- Are Your Pets Afraid?

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As thunder booms and fireworks explode, MSNBC brings up a subject on many pet owners' minds these days. From The sound of fear: Noise phobias torment dogs:

Up to 20 percent of dogs of all ages and breeds suffer from noise phobias so severe that their people seek professional help for them, writes veterinary behaviorist Bonnie Beaver in her book Canine Behavior: A Guide for Veterinarians. (Cats can also develop fears of certain noises, but they usually just run and hide rather than engaging in destructive behavior.) Thunder and fireworks are the most common causes of noise phobias, but dogs can develop a fear of any sound: the rustling of a garbage bag, the beep of a microwave oven or the whir of a ceiling fan.

The article recommends Dog Appeasing Pheromone "D.A.P." products, designed to emit comforting and familiar scents to canines, and the Storm Defender Cape, a close-fitting wrap with a metallic lining that reduces a dog's sensitivity to the static charge buildup that occurs before a thunderstorm."

Super Cool Pets recommends Melatonin, Music & Rescue Remedy, having had some measure of success with those.

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Pamper Your Pet with a Cloudpuff Blanket -- Perfect for Use with the Sleepy Pod Mobile Pet Carrier

Pamper your kitty or smaller dog with this luxurious Cloudpuff blanket perfect for the inside of pet carriers, on cat furniture perches and ledges, and more.

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The Cloudpuff blanket is made from the softest polyester plush available.

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The suede-like backing and trim make the Cloudpuff a durable and comfy blanket that can be used as an extra layer of padding or rolled up and used as a pillow. Machine wash.

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It is available in two sizes, Small and Medium--perfect for use with both the Sleepypod Mini and Regular Size. The Sleepypod can be ordered with a warmer too, and in Strawberry, Jet Black, Arctic White, Dark Chocolate and Sky Blue.

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June 23, 2008

Herbal Medicine for Pets -- Natural Pet Care for Cats and Dogs

Wild animals are thought to heal themselves by eating plants that they are drawn to intuitively in their surrounding environment. Herbs and plants have healing powers, and many modern medicines are plant derivatives. This science has been around for eons. Here are two books on the subject.


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By Dr. Susan Wynn and Dr. Barbara Fougere
Written by two prominent veterinarians, this full-color reference offers practical, evidence-based guidance on using more than 120 medicinal plants, including how to formulate herbal remedies to treat common disease conditions. A body-systems based review explores herbal medicine in context, offering information on toxicology, drug interactions, quality control, and other key topics.

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All You Ever Wanted to Know About Herbs for Pets

By Mary Wulff-Tilford and Gregory L. Tilford
This comprehensive guide offers step-by-step instructions on how to find, prepare, and use herbs to treat common pet ailments. The book covers North American herbs, including Western, Ayurvedic and Chinese herbs that grow in North America. It also provides detailed information on each herb.


[via Christie Keith @ SFGate]

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Brake-Fast Pet Bowl Slows Your Pet Down

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One thing about pets is they usually don't exactly savor their food. If you have a pet that eats too fast, this Brake-Fast Bowl should improve their table manners. They have to work around the prongs and can't engulf the food quite so fast. Hopefully they will feel fuller and not want to eat so much.

  • Helps reduce the risk of Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus, aka Gastric Torsian or 'Bloat')
  • Slower eating makes an animal feel more full and reduces instances of 're-eating'
  • Veterinarian tested and recommended
  • Works with kibble or canned food
  • Elegant, no-tip shape
  • Durable, dishwasher safe plastic

Small: 1-1/2 cups for small breeds, flat face breeds & cats.
Medium: 5 cups (for Beagle to Bernese Mt. Dog).
Large: 8 cups (for giant breeds).

Brake-Fast Bowl

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June 20, 2008

Pooch IQ Kit -- Maybe Your Dog IS Smarter than Most People You Know

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If you think your dog is pretty darn smart, or know someone else who does, you can find out for sure with this Fun Pooch IQ Kit dog toys. After all, they have figured out how to live pretty well without going to work every day!

* Find out your dog's IQ score
* Includes 5 dog toys, 2 props, and a testing booklet!
* Finally prove you have the smartest dog!
* Your pooch can play with the toys for years to come
* Get your whole family involved
* Gift idea

Fun Pooch IQ Kit dog toys

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