Posted December 11, 2008 by Lady Bee

Eighty-two percent of dogs travel in the car on a regular basis and on
vacations. Fifty percent of dog owners consider their pet's comfort when buying a car. But how many pet owners consider their pet's safety when buying a car?

Posted December 5, 2008 by Lady Bee

Everyone else gets to nuzzle with a heating pad; why not our pups?
Whether your dog is extra-sensitive to cold or has arthritis, bone
spurs, or other conditions that may require a special heat pack, you'll
want to consider this thoughtfully made dog jacket.

Posted November 23, 2008 by Lady Bee

Nearly every adoring cat or dog parent likes getting gifts that acknowledge their love for their furry "child." Just think about how many dog t-shirts you've seen on people, and how many cat lovers hang the thoughts of "philosophical cats" on the walls of their homes. Here are 10 gifts that show you remember a dog or cat lover!

Posted November 19, 2008 by Anonymous

Miss having the companionship of a furry friend, but don't have the life circumstances that allow you to have one of your own? Businesses like FLEXPETS and major hotel chains like Fairmont and the Ritz-Carlton have established a unique time sharing concept.

Posted November 13, 2008 by Lady Bee

....The kids may need to learn a few words in Japanese, because the puppy only obeys Japanese commands, and his instruction manual is, of course, is written in Japanese.

Posted November 3, 2008 by Anonymous

Entrepreneurs can find their business niche by expanding upon the concept of pet health care facilities. In the US, there is a pet medical spa and rehabilitation facility. North of the border in Canada, there is a pool open just for canines.

Posted October 5, 2008 by Lady Bee

If your dogs just can't get enough exercise and you don't live in a very cold, wet climate where you can sled, there are snowless equivalents of dog sledding. You can go carting or scootering and leave the driving to them! Mush! Mush!

Posted September 16, 2008 by Lady Bee

In the central Israeli town of Petah Tikva, just east of Tel-Aviv, dog poop was found lying near the steps of the town's library. CSI was called in, examined the dog poop and interviewed witnesses, but no dogs were seen leaving the scene of the crime.