Posted February 7, 2012 by Lady Bee

I love watching my cat chase his toys almost as much as he loves doing
it.  Problem is cats get bored long before you get tired of watching
them. The Cat's Phantom Mouse Teaser should keep your cat a bit busier.

Posted February 4, 2012 by Lady Bee

Skype just didn't do the trick for medical device developer Mark Kroll,
who took videoconferencing with his dog a few steps further with his
invention of PetChatz, social media for dogs.

Posted February 4, 2012 by Lady Bee

If you haven't purchased an iPad yet, let me
ask you one question....  Do you love your cat? Then there's no better
reason to buy an iPad than the new iPad app for techno cats called The
Affection Collection.  Don't worry; the app is free!

Posted February 3, 2012 by Guest Blogger

Unfortunately our four legged family members cannot tell us when things are not going well for them.
was the case when Maggie our (13 years old at the time) lilac point
Siamese woke up one morning and tried to maneuver around the house.  I
watched her as she started walking into the furniture.  My thoughts were
“Do cats get strokes?”

Posted February 2, 2012 by Lady Bee

Just like you, dogs, cats, rabbits, and horses get tooth decay and gum disease (gingivitis).
And just like in people, what happens in the mouth can affect what
happens in their blood streams, particularly in the arteries leading to
the heart and brain.  I don't want to scare you, but you should be on a
cleaning schedule for your pet's teeth.

Posted February 2, 2012 by Lady Bee

I just can't give enough love to my pets and Valentine's Day is just
another excuse for me to shower them with love.  Pets are all heart, but
they're awfully mischievous too, kind of like Cupid.  Here are a few
more pet Valentine Heart gifts that will remind you all year long of
your love for each other.


Posted February 1, 2012 by Lady Bee

Yes, I do believe all pets are special, so the word is superfluous.  Nevertheless, these gifts will make your pets feel real special, and they will return the pleasure 10 times more on Valentine's Day!

Posted January 30, 2012 by Lady Bee

Have you taken your dog or cat to the vet's office lately?  Then you
know that a routine checkup can end up costing between $100 and $200
once the exam, tests, and vaccinations are added up.  And even in these
times of hardship for many pet owners, veterinary costs keep rising. 
That's one reason to get pet insurance for dogs and cats, and perhaps
other pets as well.  But there is a bigger reason...