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PetSmart - Dog

August 31, 2011

Skip Hop Dog Zoo Packpack and Lunchie Insulated Lunch Bag

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The back-to-school bells are ringing. Whether your children are headed out for classes, day care or the sitter, this cute and colorful Dog Zoo Pack with a button nose and floppy ears will make them excited to carry their own supplies.

This eco-friendly pack has a roomy main compartment, an insulated pouch for snacks, and an adjustable mesh bottle pocket. The padded shoulder straps are also adjustable, making them comfy for your little one' shoulders. Perfect for children ages three and up.

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And make their lunchtime fun time! These Zoo Lunchie Insulated Lunch Bags coordinate with the entire line of Zoo Packs little kid backpacks with a clip-on handle that attaches securely to any backpack. These soft bags are sized just right for little kids, or a mom and baby on-the-go.

Lunchies have a roomy main compartment that holds sandwiches, snacks, drinks and more. An insulated, wipe-clean interior keeps food and drinks cold, plus an inside mesh pocket holds lunch money, an ice pack or utensils.

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Zoo Packs are available in many other animal styles as well.


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August 29, 2011

Buffalo Print Fleece Dog Jacket for Fall

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We are loving the retro look of the Buffalo Print Dog Jacket for fall. It's made of super soft and warm fleece with a reflective patch and piping for safety. This cozy jacket includes a harness buttonhole and is available in red/black check and brown check.

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August 26, 2011

Vehicle Travel Pet Bed

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Turn your vehicle's cargo area into a cozy travel space for your dog. This Car Travel Bed is designed specifically for use as a pet bed in a vehicle. It fits between the wheel wells of most SUVs.

The bed has an attachable fabric flap to protect the back of the rear seat from hair and dirt. Four integrated pockets on the flap hold water bottles, toys, leads, and any other items that are importnt to you. A plush, reversible foam-filled sleeping pad attaches to the rear flap. The water-resistant sleeping pad conveniently zips off for use as a dog bed at your destination. Two polyester-filled bolsters add comfort and support from the sides. In sage and slate.

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August 24, 2011

Custom Cat and Dog Nose Print Pendants

Each animal nose is unique. Show the love with a custom-made, sterling silver Pet Nose Print Necklace cast from your pet's own precious little nose. The back of the pendant can be engraved with your pet's name. Handmade for cats and dogs in Florida by Jackie Kaufman.

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August 23, 2011

Eliminate Household Pet Odors with Vanilla Extract

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As the days grow shorter, they grow colder. We will be shutting our windows, closing our doors and turning up the thermostat. Without the fresh air wafting through our home, the pungent smell of dirty paws and coats, kitty litter, shedded fur, and pet accidents will likely reassert itself.

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A little vanilla extract will easily and quickly eliminate pet odors permeating your house. Lifehacker | Eric Shawn has a handy tip for houses that have started smelling a little funky:

Put two caps full of vanilla extract in a coffee cup, then place it in the oven at 300 degrees for one hour. Within twenty minutes the whole house smells like Heaven.

They say this is a Realtor trick, but no sane Realtor would incur the liability of turning on a homeowner's oven. If you are not a fan of vanilla scent, any fruit or flora extract that you like will do.

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August 22, 2011

Lock-N-Block Sliding Glass Door Gate Keeps Your Dog Outside

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Finally a dog and baby gate fitted for sliding glass doors. This Lock-N-Block Sliding Glass Door Gate will keep your dog outside on the porch or patio while letting the fresh air flow in. This gate is easy to use, can be operated with one hand and swings open in both directions.

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August 19, 2011

Steel Pups And Paws Fire Pit With Domed Lid

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Soon the nights will be cooling down, but there's no need to give up those lazy evenings outside, a dog at your feet, chatting and watching the sun go down. This durable outdoor Steel Pups And Paws Fire Pit will make a cozy addition to your backyard patio or deck in late summer and fall.

Enjoy the after-dark ambience of firelight flickering through the unique dog-themed cutouts. The snug-fitting, domed spark guard restrains any flying embers. The pit has a built-in guardrail for safety and includes a cooking grill and poker.

To receive 20% discount on your order of $49 or more, enter PHAR2 in the Promotion Code box at checkout.

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August 18, 2011

Cable Weave MudGuard Waterhog Doormat -- Scraper and Mat Keeps Pet Dirt at the Door

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Pets and people track dirt and mud into the house. Keep it at the door with this handsome Cable Weave MudGuard Waterhog Doormaticon, a scraper and mat combo.

The built-in scraper gets deep into your shoe and boot treads to scrape out the toughest dirt, and the fibers absorb water, mud and snow to keep your floors clean and dry. The mat dries quickly, won't fade or rot and vacuums or hoses clean. It is anchored with a cleated rubber backing. Perfect for pet households!

Available in Dark Brown, Medium, Brown, Chestnut, Dark Gray, Medium Gray, Green, and Red. To receive 20% discount on your order of $49 or more, enter PHAR2 in the Promotion Code box at checkout.

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August 17, 2011

PetScoop -- Ten Tips To Help Pick the Best Dog Food

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What is the best dog food for your dog? That depends, as each animal is an individual. You have to pay attention to your dog's fur, skin and overall health and experiment with different foods and ingredients to find out what works best.

We like these tips from Dog Food Factoids: Ten You Need To Know! | The Millionaire Nurse Blog:

  • Dry dog food is the most economical.
  • Dogs have food allergies, pay attention and adjust as necessary.
  • The ingredient list on food bags matters-learn what to look for.< Click above graphic for common pet food ingredients. /li>
  • Not one commercial dog food on the local Wal-Mart shelves is on any 'best dry dog food list'.
  • Just because your dog will eat it, doesn't mean it's good for him.
  • There are more dog foods available than paparazzi following Prince William and the new bride.
  • Dogs are often over fed by their loving owners.
  • The FDA is responsible for dog food safety.
  • There are quite a few common people foods dogs should never eat.
  • Price does not always mean it's a better food.

simplydivine.jpgSimply Divine: Discovering How to Create Perfect Nutritional Meals for Your Dog by Jeremy Nogal will educate you about to how to create healthy meals for your companion dogs.


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August 16, 2011

Amazon.com Hot New Pet Book Release -- The Dog Cancer Survival Guide

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Dog cancer strikes one out of three dogs, and of those, one-half will die of cancer. If this happens to you and your dog, you may not know what to do or where to turn. Empower yourself! This new book, The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog's Life Quality and Longevity is a survival guide to help you help your precious friend after a cancer diagnosis. It's an evidence-based, scientific reference filled with strategies to help you optimize your dog's longevity and quality of life.

This book is a collaborative effort by two veterinarians. Dr. Demian Dressler, DVM is internationally recognized as "the dog cancer vet" and writer of the popular Dog Cancer Blog. His co-author Dr. Susan Ettinger, DVM is a veterinary oncologist and a diplomate of the American College of Internal Medicine who practices in New York.

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