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February 20, 2013

PetScoop: Westminster's Best of Breed Photos at NYTimes.com

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Fred R. Conrad, a New York Times photographer, took some excellent posed photographs of the Best of Breed winners at the recent Westminster Kennel Club dog show.

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The photos are sorted by group--Herding, Hound, Non-Sporting, Sporting, Terrier, Toy, Working. You can browse them in either list or grid format here Westminster's Best of Breed | New York Times.

Click for more information on Dog Breeds.

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February 19, 2013

Bowsers Eco Buttercup Bed for Small Dogs and Cats

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We all like a comfy, cozy spot to get away from it all, including our pets. This Bowsers Eco Buttercup Bed for Small Dogs and Cats is designed to be used in two different ways. Just pull on the strings to adjust the size.

Spread it out flat as a soft mat or draw the strings for a snug nest bed. Made with machine-washable Eco-Tech polar fleece which is recycled entirely from post-consumer plastic bottles. Available in two sizes: Small 24" and Large 32" in multiple colors.

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February 18, 2013

Joe Jacket Reusable Coffee Cup Sleeve for Dog and Cat Lovers

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Use these pet-themed Joe Jacket Reusable Coffee Cup Sleeves to insulate your favorite beverages. The thick neoprene fabric maintains heat and cold and absorbs condensation and liquid spills.

Joe Jackets make a fun and functional gift for the coffee drinking pet lover and jazz up any coffee gift card. Easily folds flat in a purse, glove box, backpack or pocket and is machine washable.

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February 15, 2013

Do Your Dog's Claws Need a Trim?

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Many of us back off from trimming our dog's claws. According to Trimming Dog Nails and Dewclaws | WebMD, most dogs wear down their claws naturally through activity. If not, they can become excessively long, damaging carpets and upholstery, as well as interfering with traction and ability to walk.

Basically there are two types of claw (nail) clippers for dogs -- one has two cutting edges and the other guillotine type has only one. Either type works fine, just groomer preference. Avoid using nail clippers designed for humans because dog's claws are not flat.

At Claw Care

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February 14, 2013

Valentine's Day Be Mine Dog Tee

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It's sweet to include our pets in the fun of Valentine's Day. This cute Valentine's Day Be Mine Dog Tee features a screen-printed candy heart that asks you to Be Mine. Aww--that's pretty hard to resist! It's made of lightweight, machine-washable poly/cotton.

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February 13, 2013

Pet Supply Storage Chest

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Keep all those pet supplies out of sight, in one place where you can find them. Stash those leashes, toys, food, bowls, grooming tools, pet meds in this durable wood Pet Supply Storage Chesticon.

This Chest has both sections and pockets to keep all your pet necessities organized and ready for use. It makes a tidy solution for your pantry, laundry room, family room or other pet area.

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February 12, 2013

Hot New Pet Book Release -- The Genius of Dogs by Brian Hare and Vanessa Woods

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Ready to change the way you look at your pet? Today on Abraham Lincoln's birthday, it's fitting that we focus on intelligence, even if it is of the canine variety.

This entertaining new book, The Genius of Dogs: How Dogs Are Smarter than You Think by evolutionary anthropologist Brian Hare and his wife, research scientist Vanessa Woods, argues that when dogs became domesticated thousands of years ago, they became far more like human infants than their wolf ancestors, developing a whole new kind of social intelligence.

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February 8, 2013

PetScoop: Benefits of Fish Oil and Essential Fatty Acid DHA for Puppies and Kittens

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To ease the pain of osteoarthritis, veterinarians often recommend incorporating fish oil into the diets of older cats and dogs. New research suggests that puppies and kittens may benefit from DHA-rich fish oil, according to Fish Oil and Puppies | PetMD | Dr. Ken Tudor.

The researchers concluded that...fish oil may aid in the neurological development of puppies....DHA supplementation in kittens may not have the same beneficial visual or neurological development effects. Until there is more research in this area, my personal and professional opinion is that fish oil supplementation in kittens is safe so all risk is to the positive upside.

As in all things medical, check with your vet prior to adding any supplements or meds to your pet's diet. At Fish Oil for Pets

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February 5, 2013

Hot New Pet Book Release -- Pukka's Promise: The Quest for Longer-Lived Dogs byTed Kerasote

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Ask any dog-lover what they want for their pet, and they will tell you a long, happy, and healthy life. Even under the best of circumstances, their lives are way too short.

Best-selling author Ted Kerasote felt the same way after after losing his beloved Merle (see his Merle's Door: Lessons from a Freethinking Dog), so he embarked on a quest to learn how to extend the lives of our beloved furry companions.

Just released today, Pukka's Promise: The Quest for Longer-Lived Dogs is the result. The author interviewed breeders, veterinarians, and leaders of the animal-welfare movement all over the world, compiling the latest research and science on how to best feed, vaccinate, train and take care of our dogs.

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February 1, 2013

Neon Reflective Retractable Belt Dog Leash

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Be a little bit safer out there walking your dog in dim light. When a vehicle's light shines onto this Flexi 16-Feet Neon Reflective Retractable Belt Dog Leash, its reflective sheeting provides a bright glow for enhanced visibility.

This highway-grade reflective sheeting is applied with permanent adhesive on both sides of the leash and is weatherproof. Supports dogs up to 110 pounds.

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