How do you protect your floors from your puppy's or dog's muddy paws? Here's an idea for that: the Paw Plunger. Though it's name is kind of corny, it is descriptive of what the gadget does, and the product has been reviewed highly by customers.
Most dog beds come complete with stuffing and cover. Sometimes we like
the bedding materials inside the cover, other times we like the cover
but don't care for the materials inside. One always wears out before
the other, but we end up throwing out the cover and the stuffing and
buying a whole new dog bed. Molly Mutt has come up with a great idea, a
do-it-yourself dog bed.
Most service animals are dogs specially trained to provide service to
humans. In addition to their naturally great sense of smell and
hearing, service dogs must have healthy eyes and good sight. Merial, a worldwide animal health company and the American College of Veterinary Medicine
teams up in the month of May to sponsor free eye exams for service dogs
who qualify at more than 200 sites across the nation and in Canada and
A few weeks ago, Dog TV began airing on cable channels in the San Diego
area. Soon, no doubt, it will be spreading to other areas of the
country and the world. But there's a new video out that's not just for
your dog, but the whole family to enjoy together.... although some of it
may seem weird to humans, as it's done with 'dog technology.'
.... I know, you've seen all kinds of new gimmicks to trick dog owners into
spending money on junk food for their pets, and this is a a gimmick, in a
way. But Lickety Stik is a healthy gimmick and dogs seem to love it as
Dog TV, the first cable network devoted to dog viewers began airing
today in San Diego, where it is shown on two cable networks. The main
purpose of Dog TV is to keep your dog from feeling lonely while you are
gone... but it does more.
You know how people react to new inventions sometimes? They say, 'Oh, I
already thought of that," very proudly, and disappointed too that
someone else made it happen before they did. Well, I bet that not many
of you thought of creating a cat box to make decisions for you.
Nevermind, it's been invented by ThinkGeek... who else?