Posted December 28, 2012 by Kitty Devine

Winter is a great time for knitting and Dress Your Dog: Nifty Knits for Classy Canines (Paperback) is a wonderful way to indulge your dog and your inner knitter.

Posted December 23, 2012 by 23 Paws and Me

These beautiful  paw print stud earrings are covered in clear
crystals that reflect a beautiful rainbow of colors.

Posted December 23, 2012 by John P. Barker

A trampoline is not the first toy I would consider for a dog.  But after this video, I'm having second thoughts...

Posted December 22, 2012 by 23 Paws and Me

Turn your own pet into Andy Warhol's famous pop art portraits!

Posted December 20, 2012 by 23 Paws and Me

Make your pup's final plea for Christmas presents with this campy "Santa I've Been A Good Dog" throw pillow!

Posted December 20, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

Some dogs just love to chew. Some dogs just love Christmas. Then there are those dogs that love both -- apparently to excess. For Charlie, a seven-year-old dog in Great Britain, chewing has become something of an extreme sport. Back in March he got carried away with the chewing and ate a scarf belonging to his owner.

Posted December 20, 2012 by John P. Barker

Aside from being tiny poop engines, babies rock.  And this little kid loves his giant dog...

Posted December 19, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

In the United States it is fruitcake. In Great Britain it is Christmas
pudding. In either case it is a traditional holiday treat packed with
dried fruit, often soaked in rum, and a fondness maligning both runs
rampant through both cultures. There is a real reason to be wary of both
and it is stirring up a controversy in England right now -- and it is not the reason you many think.