November 17, 2011

Holiday Gift Pick -- Fluval Chi Aquarium Kit


Radiate positive energy throughout your home or office. Combine the soothing sound and motion of bubbling water with ambient illumination. The Fluval Chi Aquarium Kit comes equipped with the supplies you need to get your calming aquatic environment going.


The Kit includes a center filter/light cube with switch, a foam and filter pad, a transparent pebble holder and pebbles, an in-tank decorative plant basket, along with one ounce of Aqua Plus, one ounce of Cycle and an instruction manual.

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October 8, 2011

Bubble Tank by Psalt Design


We love the contemporary design of this Bubble Fish Tank from Psalt Design.

[via Book of Joe]

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August 1, 2011

Great Whale Conservancy -- Heartwarming Ocean Rescue of Humpback Whale

This beautiful video isn't so much about pets but is a lot about love. The animal's joy at the end is quite touching.

This reminds us of the fabulous and revolutionary CD Songs of the Humpback Whale by Various Whales.

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July 18, 2011

Amazon Hot New Children's Picture Books: For Children Who Want Pets and Parents Who Don't

Is your little one clamoring for a pet to cuddle this summer, and you just aren't quite there? This article Picture Books for Children Who Want Pets and Parents Who Don't | NYTImes.com featured some adorable books pertinent to such a situation, aimed at the 4 to 8 age group. We know the NYTimes hides behind a pay wall, so we will list the books below.

A Pet for Petunia written and illustrated by Paul Schmid is aimed at ages 3 to 7. Petunia knows she can take care of a pet, but what happens when the pet she most desires is a skunk?

Prudence Wants a Pet by Cathleen Daly and illustrated by Stephen Michael King for ages 4 to 8. Prudence is determined. She finds her own pet. It is a...branch. But Branch isn't exactly the pet of her dreams, and neither are Twig, Mr. Round (a car tire), or her baby brother Milo.

Gilbert Goldfish Wants a Pet by Kelly DiPucchio and illustrated by Bob Shea. Gilbert has almost everything his fishy heart could desire: a castle, a chest filled with treasure, and food that falls from the sky. But there's one BIG thing missing from his life: a pet. And so begins Gilbert's harrowing search for the perfect fishbowl companion.

Melvin and the Boy written and illustrated by Lauren Castillo. When a little boy sees a turtle basking in the sun at the park, he thinks he's found the perfect pet. But when they get home, the boy soon discovers that the only time the turtle comes out of his shell is at bath time. Is it possible that the turtle would be happiest back in the pond? After all, it's always bath time there!

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July 8, 2011

Super Cool New Online Pet Supplies Retailer -- Wag.com


Quidsi has opened a new a site for pet supplies, Wag.com. Quidsi, the word meaning "what if" in Latin, is also the owner of Diapers.com and is owned by Amazon, itself of course a huge retailer of Pet Supplies. In a ground-breaking corporate development, this 21st century e-store will pride itself on customer service.


When our hard-earned dinero is involved, we tend to go with the tried-and-true so we don't get burned, but anything owned by Amazon is worth checking out. The store carries supplies for our dogs, cats, fish, birds, small reptiles, with Dog and Cat Boutiques as well.

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June 20, 2011

Fish Wind Chimes


If you love fish, it's fun to decorate with them too. Add serenity to your patio or backyard garden with this glass Fish Wind Chime. It's hand painted in cool, deep colors that appear to fade as if underwater. Hand cut and hand assembled by artisans in Bali, Indonesia.

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June 4, 2011

Swimming Fish In The Garden


Swimming fish aren't just for aquariums anymore. These high-fire stoneware outdoor Fish In The Garden can be set up to curve around shrubs and garden features, creating a stream-like scene. Impressive!


The Fish were designed by a Maine artist to be used with a landscape stake and can be left outside all year long without cracking or fading.


The included freestanding base also allows each fish to be displayed indoors on a table or bookshelf. At Orvis, Uncommon Goodsicon and Amazon.

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May 2, 2011

D-Link DCS-930L Wireless Surveillance Camera -- Stay Connected to Your Pets from Anywhere


Keep an eye on your pets from almost anywhere. The new, user-friendly D-Link DCS-930L Wireless new Network Camera is an easy and convenient way to check on your home or office--on your laptop, iPhone or iPad.

You can securely view and manage the camera by simply logging into mydlink.com and selecting your camera. Since the DCS-930L comes with a built-in microphone, you can see and hear for yourself that everything is well at home with your pets and family. Easy to install.

[via Networking Audio/Video]

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April 22, 2011

PETCO.com 72-Hour Spring Mega Sale -- 20% Off Sitewide

There's a 72-hour spring mega sale going on over at PETCO.com. A discount of 20% is reflected in sale prices site-wide and will automatically be applied at checkout. Plus receive Free Shipping on orders of $59 or more. Sale ends April 24, 2011.

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April 18, 2011

Keep Harmful Contaminants Out of Your Aquarium -- Aqua Tongs


When we maintain an aquarium, we are responsible for the quality of the environment that keeps our fish, plants, invertebrates, and corals flourishing. It is important not to introduce any contaminants which can affect the health or even survival of the aquarium inhabitants.

aquatongs.jpgCoralife Aqua Tongs were developed for such a purpose in marine and freshwater aquariums. They have a powerful grip for grasping large objects and precision control for small, delicate objects, making it possible to work safely in hard-to-reach areas of the aquarium. They are designed to last for the life of your aquarium.

Top Photo: Fluval Edge Aquarium

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