March 11, 2014
Polish Pottery is a special white clay which is a mix of mineral substances that occur in sedimentary rocks and soils. These beautiful Polish Pottery Raised Pet Food and Water Dishes are well-suited to all cats and smaller dogs and would look striking in your home.
These heavy durable stoneware dishes resist tipping and sliding. The stoneware bowl helps keep water cleaner and better tasting. For maximum comfort the rim of your pet's dish should be level to mid-chest on your cat or smaller dog so they can stand or sit comfortably while eating or drinking.
At Polish Pottery Raised Pet Food and Water Dishes.
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March 10, 2014
Our pets love to eat. And for those households with more than one pet, keeping dogs out of cats' food, and vice-versa, is a necessity. That goes double if a pet is on a special diet, as you really want to be sure they are eating the (usually expensive) food they need and that their housemate is not gobbling it up.
This ingenious WonderBowl opens only for the pet wearing the unique water-resistant tag (included), which attaches to your pet's collar. Along with preventing children and other pets from eating from the food bowl, its sturdy design prevents slipping and sliding on floors.
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March 8, 2014
The medical needs of dogs and cats are pretty familiar, but would you know what to do if you had an emergency with your pet bird?
For instance, a while back here at Super Cool Pets HQ our cockatiel flew right up into a swirling ceiling fan and broke a wing.
To get a leg up on a bird medical emergency, we now keep a First Aid Kit for Birds close by to easily handle minor injuries and stabilize serious wounds.
Read More in: Birds | Health and Safety
March 7, 2014
Our dogs love to look beautiful--it's just that their idea of beauty (covered in mud) and ours can be miles apart. Grooming a dog regularly helps keep him/her in good health. Their family can keep an eye out potential physical issues and stop the spread of dirt, fleas, and germs that crop up all too often.
However, professional grooming is one more household expense. So how about DIY? If you want to try doggy grooming in the privacy of your own home, Jorge Bendersky, a celebrity dog groomer in New York City, has just released a how-to DIY Dog Grooming, From Puppy Cuts to Best in Show: Everything You Need to Know, Step by Step. He grooms Manhattan area dogs and consults on dog grooming, having appeared on Animal Planet, The Today Show, ABC Nightline, CW11, and E! News, and in the New York Post, the New York Daily News, the Chicago Tribune, and more.
DIY Dog Grooming has practical step-by-step tips and photos to teach you how to bathe and trim your dog, plus care for his/her nails, ears, teeth, and more. Included are solutions to common problems like fleas and ticks, dirt and mud. Dog too tense for grooming? You can learn how to train your dog to relax and enjoy grooming.
Read More in: Books & Media | Dogs | Grooming | Health and Safety | Training
March 6, 2014
Adopt a virtual pet cat for this upcoming St Patrick's Day! This Clover Cat is a St. Patrick's Day seasonal release. This stuffed pet cat relies on its family to take care of it as would a live cat. You pick the name of your pet and determine whether it is a boy or a girl.
This lovable plush kitty comes with a unique secret activation code. With it, you enter Webkinz World where you care for your virtual pet. You can go online for games and a virtual version of this stuffed animal. Clover Cat makes a purrfect gift!
Read More in: Cats | Gifts and Home Decor | Holidays
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