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PetSmart - Dog

January 30, 2012

DOOG Dog Walking Belt

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On walks with the dogs, it is easier and a lot more fun to have both hands free. That usually means stuffing your pockets with bags, keys, money, cell phone, and other essentials. The all-weather Doog Walkie Belt has a zippered pocket in front and a separate rear pocket that easily holds everything you need for a relaxing walk with your best buddy.

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It also includes a clip to hold your iPod for convenient listening plus a metal D-clip to attach your water bottle or dog's leash. The Walkie Belt also includes 20 pickup bags and 20 scented antibacterial hand wipes, as well as a special holder for that all-important tennis ball. Available in various colors.

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January 28, 2012

Droll Yankees Seed Scoop

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Chores are work enough and having the right tools makes all the difference in making your day go smoothly. For feeding the backyard wild birds, this transparent Droll Yankees Seed Scoop has a large 2-pound capacity and fills most feeders with just one scoopful.

It's made of a textured, translucent blue, so the seed is visible. Its flat bottom means no spillage! Also can be used to scoop dry dog food, animal grain, ice-melt.

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January 26, 2012

Cats, Dogs, Men, Women, Ninnies & Clowns: The Lost Art of William Steig, New Yorker Magazine Cartoonist

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William Steig is the cartoonist and award-winning children's book author whose work has appeared on the covers and pages of the New Yorker for more than 70 years. In Cats, Dogs, Men, Women, Ninnies & Clowns: The Lost Art of William Steig, his wife Jeanne Steig treats us to more than 450 never-before-published cartoons by her husband and provides personal insight and anecdotes about his work and their relationship.

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January 25, 2012

Heart Design Top Paw Princess Double Diner Dog Bowls

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Elevated dog dishes help relieve stress on your dog's neck and joints and allow for easier feeding and digestion. The heart design of these Top Paw Princess Double Diner Dog Bowls is perfect for Valentine's Day and shows your dog holds a special place in your heart year round. These durable ceramic bowls are dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.

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January 20, 2012

Be Mine Hearts Dog Toy

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Valentine's Day is not too far away. Show your dog some puppy love with this soft and adorable heart-shaped toy. This plush corduroy Be Mine Hearts Dog Toy is perfect for toting and chewing, and there's a squeaker inside to get your dog's attention.

Just so no one is left with a broken heart, this durable tug toy has an outer layer of polyester plush, a middle layer of rugged, tear-resistant sport mesh, an inside layer of heavy duty, dense fiber, and is stitched with heavy-duty thread.

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January 18, 2012

Dog and Cat Cocoa Fiber Shoe Scrapers

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We always like to see our pets greet us at the door. Put these cute Dog and Cat Cocoa Fiber Shoe Scrapersicon on your stoop and put an end to your family and friends tracking in mud, dirt and ice.

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They're made of durable polystone construction with cocoa fiber bristles in dog, cat and hedgehog designs.

Use code LNK299PH to receive $2.99 flat rate shipping on orders $75 or more.

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January 17, 2012

Bamboo Rotating Tooth Comb Grooms Your Pet

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Our pets often come back in the house with little tiny burrs in their fur and other small debris from plant life that sticks to their paws and tail. This popular Bamboo Rotating Comfort Comb easily removes tangles, dead hair and mats, even on your long-haired pets, cats included.

The comb has rotating tines to reduce the strain on the strands of your pet's fur with two types of stainless steel tines. The wide-spaced tines help remove tangles and knots and fine-spaced tines to handle small debris and help smooth out their coats. The comb is contoured and has a cushioned grip for comfort.

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January 16, 2012

SnuggleSafe Microwave Pet Heating Pad

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Winter has finally arrived. Be sure your pampered pet stays cozy with their very own SnuggleSafe Pet Heating Pad. It provides up to 12 hours of safe, soothing warmth with no electric wires for you to worry about.

The SnuggleSafe Heat Pad is about the size of a plate. Just place it inside your microwave about 6 minutes, depending upon your appliance's specifications. Use it year round for to ease the aches and pains of our senior pets and to comfort new puppies.

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Covers are sold separately.

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January 13, 2012

Fleece Dog Jacket Beats the Cold

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As we write this, ole man winter is blowing through northern regions of the US. No matter what the weather conditions, our pets must brave the raw outdoors to do their business (unless of course they enjoy the luxury of an indoor potty).

We are all about fleece this year for staying warm and cozy. This sharp-looking Fleece Dog Jacket is sort of a horse blanket for dogs. It goes on quickly, using only two hook-and-loop fasteners on the chest and belly for a snug, comfortable fit.

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January 12, 2012

Better Than Tomato Juice Skunk Rinse Recipe

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A few years ago, our sweet Golden returned from a romp in the yard reeking of skunk spray. Stressful enough, but we also had family visiting with little children. We deployed the traditional treatment of tomato juice, but Dr. Karen Becker claims it isn't nearly as effective as this easy recipe.

If skunks are hibernating where you are, you have plenty of time to stock up on the ingredients. Bookmark this post for quick access when it warms up in the spring, and they are out poking around for beetles.

Skunk Rinse Recipe

Ingredients:

• 1 quart hydrogen peroxide -- 3% first aid antiseptic solution

• ¼ cup baking soda

• 2 teaspoons Dawn dishwashing liquid

If you have a larger breed dog like we do, you may need to double, triple or even quadruple the mixture depending on how much territory you need to cover.

Method:

Hydrogen peroxide is a mild bleaching agent, so wear old work clothes. You may also want to wear rubber gloves.

Mix up in a bucket and apply the solution to your pet's dry coat. Start from the collar and move back toward the tail. Keep it away from your pet's eyes because the hydrogen peroxide solution can burn them. After the dog has been bathed in this solution rinse him/her down with the hose.

Source: Better Than Tomato Juice as a Skunk | Huffington Post

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