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PetSmart - Dog

October 19, 2012

Free Downloadable Pumpkin Carving Stencils of Favorite Dog and Cat Breeds

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Let your friends and neighbors know which dog and/or cat breed you love the most by carving a Halloween pumpkin that looks just like them. Free downloadable pumpkin carving stencils of many favorite Dog Breeds and Cat Breeds are available. There are many other styles to choose from. Just click the links.

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Also this spooky Black Cat Pumpkin Carving Stencil is available for purchase in sizes from 6" to 60" at Amazon.

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October 18, 2012

Candy Corn for Halloween

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We are all about candy corn for Halloween. This Halloween Candy Corn Plush Dog Toy makes a great gift for dogs of all sizes. Looks just like the traditional Halloween candy treat, but is a squeaky dog toy.

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Dressing up in Candy Corn Costumes is an option too, for both dog and Mom.

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October 16, 2012

Classy Cat and Dog Raised Stoneware

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Many pets are more comfortable standing or even sitting while eating. This one-piece Classy Cat and Dog Raised Stoneware has a wide shallow bowl that will not irritate sensitive whiskers and makes the food easily accessible to your pet. It's made of heavy durable stoneware that resists tipping and sliding.

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The design of this bowl is attractive with a pedestal shape that takes up less room on the floor and is particularly beneficial to flat-faced cats and flat-muzzled dogs who should not eat wet food from a deep dish. The rim helps contain the food and keeps it from being pushed over the sides.

Classy Cat and Dog Raised Stoneware in Black, Eggshell White, Pink, Green, Blue and other colors.

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October 15, 2012

Dog Riders Headless Horseman Costume

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Get some laughs this Halloween. Dress your dog up in this Headless Horseman Pet Costume. The outfit includes the adjustable dog harness with headless horseman rider. One size fits most dogs. Or choose from five other Dog Rider costumes: jockey, monkey, mailman, cowboy, goblin and black cat (below).

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October 12, 2012

Spooky Halloween Pet Collars

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Pet costumes are totally cute. But sometimes, our pets are not real enthusiastic about wearing clothes. No worries. That's when we turn to Halloween Collars. Have some Halloween fun with many spooky styles!

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October 11, 2012

Pumpkin Dog Treats -- Recipe

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The fall harvest of apples, pumpkins, sweet potatoes and butternut squash inspire many of us to bake yummy pies and quick breads for ourselves and our families. And given that many of our families include dogs, we can whip up some treats for them too.

These Pumpkin Peanut Butter Dog Treats | Use Real Butter use just 4 ingredients and can be cut out cute shapes with cookie cutters or into squares or strips with a knife.

Ingredients:
  • 2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2/3 cup pumpkin purée, canned or fresh
  • 3 tbsps peanut butter

Method:

Preheat the oven to 350°F. Place all ingredients in the mixing bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment. Mix on medium for about a minute or until the dough looks like a bunch of little dough balls.

If you pinch a piece and it crumbles, add a little water. If it's really sticky, it's too wet and you'll need to add a little flour.

Gather the dough together and form into a ball. Place on a lightly floured work surface and roll it out to about 1/4-inch thickness. You can either use a cookie cutter to cut out cute shapes or use a knife to cut squares or strips.

Place the cookies on a baking sheet. They can be crowded pretty close together since they don't expand much. Bake 15-20 minutes for softer treats or 30 minutes for hard treats. Let cool completely. Makes 100+ 1-inch heart-shaped dog treats.

Or just buy your own Pumpkin Dog Treats. Not sure our dogs will care!

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October 10, 2012

Camo Powercap with 6 LED Lights for Dog Walking in the Dark

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This time of year many of us find ourselves walking our pets in dim light or even darkness in early morning or at night. Here's a way to make cleaning up after our pets easier and increase the overall safety/awareness-of-our-surroundings factor.

This Camo Powercap with 6 LED Lights looks just like every other quality ball cap, but also provides us light to see. Just click the switch hidden on the underside of the brim to activate the built-in LEDs there. Then easily select the lighting configuration needed from 3 different intensity levels.

via Book of Joe

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October 8, 2012

Amish Handsewn Tote Bag -- Carryall For Pet Stuff

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We can't seem to go anywhere these days without carting along all the stuff we might need. And that's especially true when out and about with our pets. We can fill this rugged cotton-canvas Amish Handsewn Tote Bag with toys, treats, and food for a picnic, or pack it with towels and tennis balls for a trip to the beach.

Fully lined, it features swivel handles, a zipped top, and a small interior pocket for our keys, phone or cash. Handsewn by Amish craftswomen in rural Ohio, the tote's design was inspired by a vintage bag of dog food.

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October 5, 2012

Amazon Hot New Pet Book -- The Last Walk: Reflections on Our Pets at the End of Their Lives

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We all know the benefits of sharing our lives with pets; sadly we often outlive them.

One of our Golden Retriever twin girls suffers from severe and debilitating arthritis. For over a year we have tinkered with palliative (pain meds) and curative treatments.

And we are not alone--we are one family among thousands living with older pets in pain, obsessively assessing the quality of their lives, while learning that the very pain medications that relieve their suffering can and do gravely impact the quantity of their lives.

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If this strikes a chord in your life, you may want to check out this Behavioral Signs of Persistent Pain chart. Then get out the tissues and read the insightful Deciding When a Pet Has Suffered Enough | New York Times Sunday Review by bioethicist Jessica Pierce. She is also the author of The Last Walk: Reflections on Our Pets at the End of Their Lives which "asks--and answers--the toughest questions pet owners face".

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October 2, 2012

Shop Now for Halloween -- Dog and Cat Costumes and Pet Toys Online

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Seems we were just celebrating 4th of July and summer and here we are thinking about shopping for Halloween! We will be digging up our favorite holiday costumes and toys in the upcoming days, but for now, simply click these links to get started.

As always, easy shopping at Amazon for Pet Costumes and Halloween Pet Toys. There is also a great smorgasbord at In the Company of Dogs.

For steals and deals, get up to 20% off all Halloween items at the PETCO Halloween Shop. And if you find the perfect costume, toys and treats at the PetSmart.com Halloween Shop, a purchase of $49 scores $4.99 shipping.

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