Entirely Pets has come out with a cool new product that can greatly improve communication between you and your dog. In March they introduced a revolutionary product sure to bring canine transportation into the 21st century.
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Paws down, one of the best purchases I’ve ever made for my cats is the Foster and Smith Cozy Cushion. My dog has the larger canine version.
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Given KOMO’s story today about the person lacking empathy who left their dog and pet pig (who was wearing sweatpants!) in a hot car, http://www.komonews.com/news/local/Police-Man-leaves-pig-wearing-sweatpants-trapped-in-hot-car-214035651.html, I feel compelled to post this. It’s been hot (over 90 yesterday) in the Seattle area, yet I’m still seeing people leave their pets in their cars. Just the other night […]
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Hands down, this is the best product I’ve ever found for clearing up yeast infections in my pets’ ears: the Zymox Otic Enzymatic Solution: http://www.amazon.com/Pet-King-Enzymatic-Solution-Ounces/dp/B0025YOJXS In my post about Flexicose, a fantastic joint health supplement for pets and people alike, I mentioned how my bluetick coonhound mix used to get yeast infections in his ears, […]
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This week in the news there was a story about a European cat that steals from his neighbors. While the story was hilarious, I did not expect a negative response when I posted the following on a news discussion forum: Um… anyone believe in keeping their kitties inside? Many places have laws that require you […]
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Many of you have read my article on weighted blankets, which is posted on a handful of different websites: https://wildninja.wordpress.com/2010/10/25/weighted-blankets/. In it I discussed the benefits of deep pressure stimulation, a concept pioneered by Dr. Temple Grandin. A product for dogs called Thundershirt is using the same principle to calm anxious canines. Wrapping a dog […]
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Originally published 5-5-10 One evening I strolled into the living room just in time to hear the vice president’s name mentioned on the news. Although no one else was in the room, in a silly voice I said, “do you want Dick Cheney?” To my surprise a thundering mass of tails and legs came barreling […]
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This article is from Kat Albrecht’s website. It is a reminder to look for missing kitties inside before simply assuming that they’re outside. Remember, cats can’t just walk up to you and say, “hey, I need a doctor.” Cats with urinary tract infections or cystitis will urinate outside of their litter box, for example. That’s […]
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Late last year my dog suffered a hind leg injury. His vet recommended surgery, but I wasn’t convinced that I wanted to put him through a major operation at his age. It was also very costly, and while he’s worth every penny, it was unaffordable. Agonized over his condition and not sure what to do, […]
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There have been a number of dramatic animal rescues in the news this year. A couple of days ago in Oregon, Moses the camel was rescued from a sinkhole by local firefighters. This story’s happy ending was welcome encouragement for his owners, who are battling unemployment and cancer.
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