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PetSmart - Dog

June 8, 2012

Kurgo Wander Pail Travel Water and Food Tote

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Bring along food for your pets wherever you go. This insulated Kurgo Wander Pail consists of 2 convenient bowls packed into one. The top bowl holds approx. 13.5 oz and the bottom bowl holds approx. 30.5 oz.

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The pail itself acts as the carrying case, with an inset removable bowl. The screw on lid and handle make for easy toting. This set is stain-, corrosion- and rust-resistant, as well as dishwasher-safe.

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June 7, 2012

Ruff Wear Headwater Collar 2012

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It's summer and your dog may love to swim. But what about his/her collar? Taking it off isn't always feasible, but water can really do a number on many collars, plus they smell bad.

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This waterproof and odor-proof Ruff Wear Headwater Collar 2012 is a good solution. The coated webbing is flexible, yet waterproof and non-absorbent. This collar has a reflective pattern providing visibility in low-light conditions.

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June 6, 2012

Summer is Here -- Don't Leave Your Pet in the Car Ever

Summer is here. Pet lovers will be out and about, often with their pets aboard. Sadly, sometimes people don't realize how quickly a car can heat up and just leave their pets in the car while they shop or grab a bite to eat.

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Even on relatively cool summer days in the low 70's, a car's internal temperature can rise to a scorching 116 degrees in just an hour. And keeping the windows open a crack barely makes a difference. Hot cars are death traps.

MyDogIsCool.com explains how you can help to protect dogs from the dangers of hot cars--how quickly cars heat up in warm weather, whether it's too hot to take your dog along today, and ways to educate our fellow pet owners about the hazards of leaving a pet in a hot car, even for a little while.

If you see a parked car with animals inside, you can have some of their "Don't Leave Me in Here -- It's Hot!" fliers on hand and place the flier under the windshield wiper. If an animal seems to be in imminent danger or a child is left unattended inside a car, call 911 for assistance.

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June 5, 2012

Consumer Reports -- GPS Pet Tracking Devices

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Missing pet--the worst. We know. Most lost pets don't wander too far, and you can go the neighborhood flyers route. But there is also technology available to help you keep track of your pets.

Consumer Reports recently tested three devices for keeping track of pets. Each has a GPS unit that stays on the pet and communicates with the owner -- the RoamEO Pet Monitor System ($200), the Garmin GTU 10 ($200), and the Tagg Pet Tracker ($100).

See Consumer Reports for the breakdown.

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June 4, 2012

Go-Go Dog Pal -- Remote Control Interactive Exercise Toy for Dogs

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We all know our dogs need exercise, but sometimes walking them just isn't feasible, whether due to limited time, owner disability or other factors. And sometimes our dogs need even more exercise than just a walk.

This remote-controlled Go-Go Dog Pal is outfitted with an advanced system that allows for long range operation, allowing you to take a rest while your dog exercises. As long as you have access to a field, park, yard, or safe open space, you can use the Go-Go Dog Pal to give their dog a fun, challenging exercise session.

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With Pal accessories, you can make your remote control dog toy look like just about any creature you can think of --squirrels, rabbits, turtles, and porcupines. There are a variety of Pals to change the shape, size, color, and overall look of your toy for the lifetime of the product.

via Robot Snob

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June 1, 2012

May 30, 2012

Dog Whisperer Lavender Coat Mist

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Our Super Cool Pets staff member Andy told us the other day that "our dogs smell like dogs." Hmm. Time for another quick spritz of Dog Whisperer Lavender Coat Mist to keep our pets and our home smelling fresh.

Using the mist on a routine basis between baths and swims can make your pet's coat smooth and lustrous. Helps achieve professional grooming results at home!

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May 29, 2012

Silver Tails Dog Infrared Massager with Two Heated Heads

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Many of our senior pets suffer from stiffness and pain associated with arthritis. Massaging your pet with this Silver Tails Dog Infrared Massager with 2-Heated Heads can help to increase blood flow and cell generation.

It has a three-function switch with two heated massage heads for separate heat and massage control. Massaging can also help to soothe aching joints and muscles and relieve the tension from hip dysplasia and other age related discomforts.

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May 24, 2012

Ant Proof Pet Food Tray

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Eating their meals outside in balmy weather is fun for people and for our pets. Some of us keep our dogs out much of the day. Trouble is--the food bowls attract insects, especially ants. This Ant Proof Pet Food Tray has a hidden water moat that insects can't cross.

The raised edge keeps the food bowls from sliding off. The tray can be used indoors or outdoors and will also protect any other food items from insects. Low maintenance and dishwasher safe.

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May 22, 2012

PetScoop -- Gentle Leader Quick Release Head Collar May Have a Defect

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There is news about the popular Gentle Leader Headcollars. The collars sold from August, 2011 through this May 10, 2012 may have a defect in the quick-release neck strap buckle. The defect causes an unintended release.

Mistakes happen, but none of us want to unexpectedly be dealing with a pet on the loose. The issue has since been corrected, and the company recommends inspection for all Gentle Leader Headcollars purchased during and prior to this period. They promise to replace any that contain the defect.

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For more info, click here for Premier Pet's site where they say they "take this matter seriously and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your cooperation." At Gentle Leader Headcollars.

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