June 8, 2007

Drinkwell Pet Fountain Deluxe


Especially in summer, it is important that pets get enough water. Cats especially don't always drink as much water as they should. Lots of times they can be found on the counter, trying to drink from the faucet. The Drinkwell Pet Fountain provides fresh running water for your cats and dogs. There is plenty here for multiple-pett households.

The kit includes:

* One Drinkwell Fountain


* Charcoal Filters

* Official Drinkwell Brush Cleaning Kit

* 70oz Reservoir (bringing total water level to 120oz )

* Hydroponic Cat Grass Garden (100% Organic Wheatgrass)

Indulge your cat. At Only Natural Pet Store and SmartHome if you prefer a unit without the grass.

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June 7, 2007

In House Window Birdfeeder


If you are a bird-watcher, this is a really fun way to do it. The Inhouse Window Feeder mounts in a single or double-hung window, allowing you to watch the birds from inside the house. Made of cedar with shatter-proof, one-way mirror film. You can watch the birds and move around the room, but the birds aren't spooked by you. Feeder fits into your window like an air conditioner. Ships with insulation to eliminate leaks. My parents had one for years in their kitchen window in New England, and I never noticed any draft at all. The window can still be completely closed and locked for security.

Great way to educate children about birds!

Dimensions: 23-1/2" x 7" x 12 ". Fits window openings 24" to 39".

At Amazon.

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June 4, 2007

Talking Automatic Pet Feeder


For those days when you have to be away at feeding time. The Talking Automatic Pet Feeder can be programmed to feed your pet automatically at intervals. Features 4 one day serving compartments and a separate water dish.

You can record a voice message announcing feeding time, or any other TLC message you want. The feeder has a 6 second voice recording and playback function. The next best thing to being there!

Operates on 4 C batteries. Easy cleaning. Talking Automatic Pet Feeder

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May 30, 2007

Breath & Dental Care Treats


Does your cat's breath smell like tuna? Noticing some unsightly tartar build-up? Perhaps these Delicious Breath & Dental-Care Treats are a remedy for your cat's oral hygiene. These treats have a gentle-yet-abrasive cereal shell which helps scrape off debris while the eucalyptus/parsley/cinnamon center freshens breath. Then a creamy center breaks down the plaque that can lead to tartar and gum disease. Each treat is approximately 7/8" long with about 140 treats total per 2 pack.

Delicious Breath & Dental-Care Treats for cats and kittens. Dosage: For kittens (under 12 months), 1-2 treats daily; for cats (over 12 months), 2-4 treats daily.

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Attracting Hummingbirds with a Hand-Blown Red Glass Feeder

Hummingbirds are attracted to the color red. We currently live in a sub-tropical climate where hummingbirds spend the winter. We have Firespikes (a bush with red stalk flowers) and Confederate Jasmine (heavenly smelling climbing vine with small white blooms) which they love. When we lived up north, we did not have any vegetation that appealed to them, but a hummingbird feeder did. This would be a fun and pretty feeder to have in the back yard this time of year.


The Hand-Blown Red Glass Feeder is both decorative and functional. It is made of hand-blown glass with a copper feeder tube extending to a unique decorative flower tip in red to attract hungry hummingbirds.

It is not necessary to purchase Hummingbird Nectar unless you so desire--you can make your own easily. Mix 1/4 c. sugar and 1 c. water in a cup or jar and add to the clean feeder as needed. It is unadviseable to dye the nectar red.

Measures 5 x 7.25 inches.

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May 16, 2007

Feeding Assistance--Dinner-Up


We are blogging a lot about food this month! Everyone's favorite subject, including our pets! Thanks to our fellow Blogpire editor over at Networking Audio Video, we have discovered the Dinner-Up. This product was developed by Ray Dinham, a 57 year-old former engineer with cerebral palsy. His invention consists of "a tray attached to a column which, itself, is fixed to a wall or kitchen cabinet.The tray is then wound up and down the column by turning a handle which includes a clutch device."

This product has the potential to be very very helpful to anyone with a disability that prevents them from bending down to pick up pet food bowls, whether permanent or temporary from, for instance, a hip operation. This could mean the difference between someone sharing their home with a pet, or not.

Via engadget.

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May 10, 2007

Personalized Feeder Rug


Here's a great gift for your pet or one you know--their very own Personalized Feeder Rug. I don't know about your pups, but ours slobber. Prevent messes and water damage to your floors (and molding) with this skidproof and waterproof feeder rug. Its durable waterproof backing won't allow spilled water or wet pet food to soak through to the floor. This way each dog can have their very own feeding area, so personalize a couple and remember your friends!

In tan. Dimensions: 20" x 30". Personalized Feeder Rug

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Ceramic Dog Bowl


Update: This item is no longer available. Shop Pet Ceramic Bowls.

Super Cool Pets loves this adorable bone-shaped Ceramic Dog Bowl for your dog. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Choose from white with a raised pattern of jumping dogs and dog bones, white with black paws and bones, or blue with a white floral motif. Also available in classic round for the more conservative dog.

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May 4, 2007

Insight into Pet Food Recall--China's Use of Melamine


Must read in today's New York Times: China Makes Arrest in Pet Food Case. More accurately, from the tone of the article, it's a "reluctant" China. Apparently it is common practice in China to "sell melamine scrap to animal feed companies and even to food companies that make bakery items."

Granted the media often spreads fear and sensationalism, but China's denial and lack of oversight is chilling.

“Our chemical products are mostly used for additives, not for animal feed,” said Li Xiuping, manager at the Henan Xinxiang Huaxing Chemical Company in central Henan Province. “Melamine is mainly used in the chemical industry, but it can also be used in making cakes.”

Read China Makes Arrest in Pet Food Case

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April 27, 2007

More Pet Food Recalled

Latest recall on pet food involves Chenango Valley Pet Foods, according to MSNBC:

The company, working with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, was informed by Wilbur-Ellis that rice protein concentrate shipped to Chenango Valley Pet Foods may be contaminated with melamine. Melamine, an industrial chemical used to make plastics and fertilizers, may lead to illness or fatalities in animals if consumed.

The pet foods were sold to customers in Wisconsin, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, who in turn sold the products to their customers through catalog mail orders or retail outlets.

The following dry pet foods are involved in the recall:

* Doctors Foster & Smith Chicken & Brown Rice Formula Adult Lite Dog Food. It was sold in containers with net weights of 5, 12.5 and 25 lbs. with code dates best used by Jan. 24, 2009, Feb. 8, 2009, Feb. 26, 2009, April 10, 2009, and April 17, 2009.
* Doctors Foster & Smith Chicken & Brown Rice Formula Adult Lite Cat Food. It was sold in containers with net weights of 3 and 7 lbs. with a code date of best used by March 13, 2009.
* Lick Your Chops Lamb Meal, Rice & Egg Cat Food in packages with a net weight of 4 lbs. and a code date best used by April 29, 2008.
* Bulk Chicken & Brown Rice Formula Adult Lite Dog Food sold to one consignee, SmartPak, in a 2,000-pound tote with a ship date of Feb. 9, 2007.


Meanwhile, China refuses to take responsibility:

China said Thursday it has banned melamine from food products after the chemical was found in exports of vegetable protein shipped to the United States, but rejected it as the cause of dozens of pet deaths in North America.

U.S. Food and Drug Administration officials say they suspect the substance, which is a chemical found in plastics and pesticides, is to blame.

China’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement there was no evidence to support the FDA’s claim but that it would cooperate with the United States to find out what actually killed the animals.

The comments in a statement released by the Chinese Foreign Ministry were the first detailed response from Beijing to concerns that emerged a month ago about the country’s wheat and rice gluten exports.

To read entire article.

Update: Voluntary recall from Natural Balance:

Our canned food manufacturer, American Nutrition, from Ogden Utah, just informed us that they are recalling all canned products made in their plant that contain rice protein concentrate. American Nutrition continued by telling us that they added this ingredient to four of our canned products without our knowledge or consent. The four products involved are:

Chicken Formula Canned Dog Food 13 oz
Lamb Formula Canned Dog Food 13 oz
Beef Formula Canned Dog Food 13 oz
Ocean Fish Formula Canned Cat Food 3 oz & 6 oz

Read entire statement, as well as see a list of their food not involved, at their website.

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