Posted January 22, 2013 by 23 Paws and Me

These beautiful breed-specific hoop earrings feature gorgeous gold dogs and an engraved sentiment inside.

Posted January 21, 2013 by Creature Features

Nobody pampers their pets like the Japanese do, and there's no spa treatment more pampering than an “Animal Ayurveda” full-body aloe & herb mud pack.

Posted January 21, 2013 by Cindi Brown

If your pet has a birthday between January 20 and February 18, then he or she falls under the Aquarius sign of the zodiac. Aquarius is the "water bearer" of the zodiac, and that water symbolizes knowledge. Aquarian people are considered revolutionaries and visionaries, bringing new knowledge to humanity, but how does all of this apply to Aquarian pets?

Posted January 21, 2013 by Laurie Kay Olson

Last year in Essex, England, a Lhasa Apso dog named Dusty had to be euthanized after suffering horrible burns due to having been forgotten in a hair dryer at the groomers when the attendant left to answer the phone. When the owner came to pick up Dusty she was told that she needed to apply a bit of ointment to a "small burn" that the dog had received.

Posted January 21, 2013 by Kitty Devine

Your dog can be a stylish vision in red and white this Valentine's Day with this fetching little hoodie, not to mention staying warm in the winter weather. Just one look and everyone will know just how much you love your precious pooch.

Posted January 21, 2013 by John P. Barker

This is a very patient dog.  And the duck... well, he's a duck.

Posted January 20, 2013 by 23 Paws and Me

Play-on-words nightshirt is inappropriate but adorable at the same time!

Posted January 20, 2013 by Laurie Kay Olson

The city of Boulder, Colorado, and its residents have spent decades working to create an environment filled with nature to compliment the beautiful views of the Rocky Mountains and the iconic Flatirons that tower over the valley. Open space and green belt areas, as well as a plethora of hiking and biking trails surround and wend through the city environs. For the most part, residents have gotten used to living cheek by jowl with the wildlife that comes with these areas, but the coyotes are taking things just a bit too far.