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September 8, 2010

Ceramic Slow-Down Pet Bowl For Pets Who Eat Too Fast

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We have featured this Slow Down Pet Bowl in plastic in a prior post (see Brake-Fast Bowl). It helps slow the pace of eating for pets gobble their food too quickly for their own good. This Ceramic Slow Down Bowl is a more heavy-duty version. Ceramic bowls are more stable and durable than plastic, plus they don't absorb toxins and are easier to clean. And they don't slide across the floor as easily.

This bowl features a raised bone shape in the middle, plus raised semicircles to keep your pet from grabbing at his/her kibble, and therefore take in too much food too quickly. (Sound like anyone you know?) The bowl may help prevent some digestive problems and even the deadly bloat. The Ceramic Slow Down Bowl is dishwasher and microwave safe in Moss or Pewter.

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September 2, 2010

Zuke's Organic Bakes Super Food Dog Treats

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On walks and during other activities, we like to reward our dogs with treats. We have found the positive reinforcement is most effective with our gentle girls. They also love anything related to peanuts and Zuke's Organic Bakes Super Food Dog Treats are chock full of protein-packed peanuts.

These healthy treats help grow sturdy muscles with omega-3-rich almonds to support strong joints and a healthy coat. The list of ingredients includes organic ground oats, organic ground barley, peanut butter, potatoes, oat fiber, organic blackstrap molasses, oil blend (sunflower, olive and canola), almond butter, natural vegetable flavors. Plus, a portion of every sale is donated to the dog and cat cancer research fund.

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August 30, 2010

Pioneer Pet Drinking Fountain Raindrop Design for Cats and Dogs

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We love the modern raindrop shape of these two Pioneer Pet Drinking Fountains. Say goodbye to plastic fountains--these raindrop design fountains are available in Ceramic and Stainless Steel. The heavy-duty ceramic construction won't give your cat feline acne like plastic bowls do, and the stainless steel bowls help to protect against bacteria.
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These two Pioneer Pet Drinking Fountain bowls have a generous 60 oz. capacity with a replaceable charcoal filter for clean, pure, healthy water. These bowls will complement the decor of any room in your home.

Super cool find via Modern Cat

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August 27, 2010

AquaChef Aquarium Fish Feeder

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We have been neglecting our super cool fish posts recently. Speaking of neglect, if you worry about your fish being without food when you go away, or even while you are around, here's a handy gadget. The AquaChef Aquarium Fish Feeder automatically feeds your aquarium with a simple digital timer.

The large multi-functional hopper will hold your favorite fish food -- flake foods, pellets and crumbled feed. The hatch-style feed door is completely adjustable, so you can control how much food is dispensed at each feeding. Secures on your aquarium with an adjustable clamp.

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August 25, 2010

H2O4K9 Water Bottle Doubles as a Travel Dog Bowl

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Haven't we all remembered to bring along a water bottle for our pet, then realized with much chagrin the dog has no way to drink it? This handy stainless steel H2O4K9 Water Bottle has a lid that converts to a water dish no matter where you are.

It's 100% recyclable, toxin-free, and durable enough to stow in your vehicle cup holder, a bike cage, or your backpack. Pack it every day for walks, your trips to the park, at the beach, to the vet, whenever you are out and about with your best pal. In red, blue and silver.

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August 18, 2010

Funkitty Egg-Cersizer -- Alternative to Free Feeding Your Cat

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If your cat is overweight or eats too quickly, the Funkitty Egg-Cersizer provides an alternative to free feeding. It is designed to randomly dispense both treats and kibble. Twist it apart easily to fill and twist back together again for play.

Open 1, 2 or 3 holes to customize to your particular cat's needs and to increase the challenge over time. There is a rubber holder at end to grasp a catnip toy for those kitties who partake.

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August 17, 2010

PetScoop: Is It Legal to Turn Your Pet into Dinner?

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Honestly, sometimes we wonder who we share the planet with. If you love cats, you have undoubtedly read about the very scary Gary Korkuc who was marinating his black-and-white cat, Navarro, in a cage in his trunk with the intention of turning him into dinner, when the police (luckily) picked him up on a routine traffic violation.

Is this even legal in the good old USA, where we all have rights, including our pets? Very possibly, depending upon where you do your cooking. Brian Palmer @ Slate Magazine has the scoop:

In most of the country, the legality of pet-eating would come down to the specific language of the general animal cruelty statute and how a judge interpreted it. Some states, such as Virginia, bar the unnecessary killing of an animal, with a specific exemption for "farming activities." In those places, it's very likely that killing a cat for dinner would get you in trouble, because the killing wouldn't be necessary, and cats aren't commonly associated with farming.

On the other end of the spectrum are states like Missouri, where very few restrictions are placed on when, why, and how an owner can kill his pet. In these areas, it would be difficult to lock up a cat-eater, unless his chosen means of slaughter were particularly inhumane.

But really, who would know?

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August 16, 2010

Vibram K9 Treat- Filled Acorn Dog Toy

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Treat your super cool pet to a new fall toy. This durable rubber Acorn Dog Toy is one tough nut to crack. It combines two activities doggies love best--eating and chasing after something that moves. The colorful Acorn contains a treats compartment for fun and effective training.

Thumbnail image for dog_tags_chewyshoe.jpg This Acorn Dog Toy is from the folks who brought us the Chewy Shoe Dog Toy, Vibram K9. They support Dog Tags: "Service Dogs for Those Who've Served Us" and have donated, along with their retail partners, $72,000 to the Puppies Behind Bars program that provides inmate-trained service dogs to injured United States veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. They continue to donate $2 from the sale of each Chewy Shoe in red, white and blue.

At Amazonand FetchDog

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August 9, 2010

Aikiou Puzzle Dog Food Bowl

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This Aikiou Puzzle Pet Food Bowl will add some stimulation to your pet's meal routine. It has compartments in which you can hide different types of food. Using his or her paws and muzzle, your pet must turn the wheel and open the sliding doors to access the food that is hidden underneath. Holds up to 3 1/2 cups of food for dogs of all sizes. Help your ravenous pet slow down a bit at mealtime!

In Blue and Pink

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August 4, 2010

PetScoop: Salmonella Threat Triggers Proctor & Gamble Expanded Recall of Specialized Dry Pet Foods

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We certainly don't enjoy passing along this type of pet product news. Corporate America needs to develop a conscience. Proctor and Gamble have expanded their recall of certain popular brands of dry pet foods under the Eukanuba and IAMS labels.

No canned food, biscuits/treats or supplements are affected at this time. All the "Best-By" dates are July 1, 2010 through December 1, 2010. A full listing of UPC codes can be found at www.iams.com.

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The company issues the following warning on their site:

ArrowContinue reading: "PetScoop: Salmonella Threat Triggers Proctor & Gamble Expanded Recall of Specialized Dry Pet Foods"

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