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February 21, 2008

Dental Health Catnip Chews

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Share the love with your kitty with (what else) a catnip fix. Dental Health Chews are cat toys with a healthy function. They keep your kitty's teeth clean and massage the gums with a catnip-filled center to drive him or her crazy. Fun and good for your kitty!

Dental Health Chews 2-pk

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February 8, 2008

Cosequin--A Nutritional Supplement To Help Pets Maintain Healthy Joints

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If you have an older pet, or one with some aches and pains try some Cosequin Chewables for Dogs or Cosequin for Cats. Cosequin is used to treat various joint conditions including arthritis and to improve joint health.

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For cats and dogs at Amazon, Drs Foster & Smith and 1-800PetMeds.


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February 1, 2008

Protect Your Dogs and Cats--Flea and Tick Season is Upon Us!

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It's that time of year to stock up on Flea & Tick Products. It is more convenient and more economical to order Frontline, Advantage, K9 Advantix and more online. A few good sites:

Only Natural Pet All-in-One Flea Remedy

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January 31, 2008

Adult Cat Food Advanced Hairball Control--Every 10th Shipment Free with "Catered Pet"!

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Adult Cat Food Advanced Hairball Control has a natural vegetable fiber that gently moves hair through your cat's digestive tract. This cat food is prepared from a healthy recipe that includes an abundance of wholesome ingredients: real chicken, brown rice, whole cranberries, whole blueberries, whole sweet potatoes, and more.

Available in 3 lb bags, 7 lb bags, and save money on Cases of Adult Cat Food Advanced Hairball Control Advanced Hairball Control. Or try Catered Pet® Service--Delivery to your Door-Every 10th Shipment FREE!

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January 16, 2008

8 Day Auto Pet Feeder--Time the Delivery of Food & Pet Medication

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Ergo's 8 Day Auto Pet Feeder is a pet bowl divided into 8 compartments, run on a digital timer with a voice recording. The timer can be programmed for the exact feed time.

This feeder has versatile uses. Maybe you need to go away for a few days and leave food for your cat. It is actually recommended for small dogs and cats that have to be fed small quantities of dry/wet canned food alone or mixed with medication. It is convenient whether you have to be away from home for whatever reason or can administer the food and/or meds yourself.

The timer allows the pet owner to feed their pet at intervals and to deliver pet meds at an exact time. For example, you could feed your pet (or provide meds) 8 times per day for 1 day, 3 times a day for 2.5 days, or 2 times for 4 days or 1 time a day for 8 days etc.

The pet owner can record their voice and the machine will play it back at every meal time, so you can "call" your pet to come get their food. The 8 Day Auto Pet Feeder operates off AA batteries. It holds over 96 ozs of food - 12 ozs of canned food or dry food per compartment. It comes with a removable bowl for easy cleaning and ice packs to keep food fresh for up to 12 hours.

Hat Tip Productdose.

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January 9, 2008

Pet Safe Ice Melter

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Pet owners and parents living in snow and ice country--stock up on some salt-free Safe Paws Ice Melt to treat your slippery steps and walks this winter! Exposure to salt and salt-based ice melt products can mean an unplanned visit to the vets' office. Salt will burn your grass too, and people will track it indoors.

Salt Hazards to Dogs. When dogs play in the ice and snow, ice pellets get frozen into their paws. Later when they are warm inside, the ice melts and the dogs lick off their paws. The salt in the ice pellets can heat up and burn their skin, their mouth and digestive system.

Salt Hazards to Children. Children playing outdoors also can come into contact with salt and salt-based pellets. Occasionally, as we all know, they will eat ice and snow and get them on their hands and rub their eyes. The salt can cause irritation and burning.

Features:

* Guaranteed Safe for pets
* Guaranteed Safe for children
* Guaranteed Safe on paws, eyes and skin
* Guaranteed Safe on concrete and asphalt
* Guaranteed Safe on lawns and shrubs

At Amazon and Only Natural Pet Store. A similar product, Ice Melt-Down at Drs. Foster & Smith.

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January 3, 2008

How to Lower Your Vet Bills and Save on Pet Care

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Alisa Merlin's Secrets to Lower Vet Bills is chock full of pet health care money-saving strategies. Author Alisa Merlin has over 25 years of experience as a Veterinary Technician and Pet Care Coach. Her goal is to improve the health and happiness of our pets while providing inexpensive and easy to follow pet care tips, at-home treatments and nutritional guidance. A sampling:

All animals get fleas-even the cleanest, indoor only ones.

The majority of pet owners are shortening the lives of their beloved companions by over vaccinating them.

There are seven signs of a good veterinarian. A good vet will save you money.

There are three questions to always ask your vet that will save you money and help you make any treatment decisions for your pet, even the ultimate one.

Sounds intriguing! Purchase Alisa Merlin's Secrets to Lower Vet Bills at Amazon.

In the meantime, here are some quick online suggestions from Market Watch: Five ways to save on your pets' vet bills:

  • Consider a mutt.
  • Schedule regular checkups.
  • Compare vet-care costs.
  • Opt against pet insurance.
  • Look for deals on medication.

We can help with the last item! Check out these sites for some good deals on pet meds online:


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December 29, 2007

Unforeseen Pet Bills--How Will You Pay?

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Now that we have all run up our credit cards, back to reality!

One of Super Cool Pets' favorite reads is Dollittler, written by a savvy Miami vet. She offers very valuable advice for any pet lover in Planning for the [almost] inevitable: funding your next veterinary nightmare

Pet owners beware: There will come a time when your vet (or, God forbid, a specialist) will ask you to pay more than you’d rather fork over for the treatment of one of your pet’s maladies. Whether it’s an unforeseen illness (after eating out of the garbage, let’s say), devastating injury (the dreaded hit-by-car) or a chronic issue finally rearing its ugly head (yep, it’s finally time for that hip replacement), the price is likely to be steep.

On the one hand, it’s a good thing that vet medicine has so much to offer that the price of technology is finally showing up on your vet invoices. On the other hand, how will you pay for them?

It’s this vet’s opinion that everyone needs a plan if they want to play their role of responsible pet owner to the hilt. Any less might leave you feeling the guilt forevermore. And if you think I speak self-servingly, recall that even vets have vet bills. Tally ‘em up and I’ll wager mine beat most of yours. (But that’s mostly just because vets are in a position to give themselves away—that counts as vet bills, right?)

VNN (the Veterinary News Network) has graciously agreed to grant me the privilege of using their informative three-minute video on this subject as a worthy talking point. Here it is (for your viewing pleasure).

This video is not an infomercial (as you might expect), is brief and worth watching. If you do choose insurance, here is a useful site: QuickCare Pet Insurance Programs

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December 28, 2007

Paw Deicer

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It really tugs at the heartstrings to see our pets in from playing with little iceballs caught between their toes. Just spray this Paw Deicer to protect against all those ice balls and salt spray. This is a veterinarian-approved, nontoxic, all-natural blend of purcellin oil, sunflower oil, and lanolin. Also can be applied to the legs and bellies. Lasts about 45 minutes.

Paw Deicer is new at Orvis.

Here are useful Pet Care Cold Weather Reminders from the ASPCA.

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December 21, 2007

Paw Protector Wax

Say goodbye to sore cracked paws forever!

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Not all pets will wear boots, so another option is to apply some Paw Protector Wax to protect your pet's paws in the winter against burning from salt, chemicals, and in the summer, sand, sand burn, and hot pavement. 100% natural wax does not stain your carpets. Just smooth a thin coat on paw pads and between the toes before a jaunt outdoors.

Paw Protector Wax at Amazon Pet Supplies

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