Posted February 13, 2012 by Lady Bee

It's a beautiful, inspiring commericial; I just don't like ads that make me cry!

Posted February 13, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

 I love getting kisses from my pooch; he's just the sweetest!  But, when
it comes to great kissing, I have to admit to preferring my husband's.
Not so, however, for 60 percent of the respondents in a recent survey,
who said they they would prefer Valentine's kisses from their pets to
kisses from their human sweethearts.

Posted February 11, 2012 by Lady Bee

Yes, dogs rely more heavily on their sense of smell than their other
senses. In fact, their sense of smell at a thousand to 10 thousand times
more sensitive than ours must overwhelm them.  Does it, then, stand to
reason that the odor of essential oils will relax him or have any other
impact on his health?

Posted February 9, 2012 by Lady Bee

Whether your puppy is being 'house broken' or you are trying to keep
your dog from jumping on the dog-fearing guests (those screams are
loathsome, aren't they?), a gate always comes in handy - and the
sturdier, the better.  

Posted February 9, 2012 by Lady Bee

The one easy part of taking your pet to
the vet's office is getting him on the scale; the other part is reading
his weight.  Well, Hammacher Schlemmer has an electronic scale like the ones at the vet's office that you can use at home... and it's on sale while supplies last!

Posted February 9, 2012 by Lady Bee

I've recently come across a wonderful invention for dogs with back problems.  It's called WiggleLess and from its name you can just picture all the wonderful little dogs that can't help but wiggle
when they're happy - not just their tails, but their whole backs. 
Problem is that many of the breeds that are wigglers are also prone to
back problems that can cause serious disorders as they age.

Posted February 7, 2012 by Lady Bee

Hunters need to wear the best camouflage they can obtain to keep a low profile in the forests and hills where they hunt. The Lost Camo brand of hunting clothes is considered elite by hunters as the clothing blends in with every hunting environment.  Now Lost Camo has developed a collar and leash for hunting dogs to match its distinctive brand.

 

Posted February 7, 2012 by Lady Bee

The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show will be
six breeds more competitive this year as the number of breeds
recognized by the American Kennel Club Association (AKC)
has risen by six.  Believe it or not, breed clubs all over the nation
support local, regional, state, and national competitions for 185
different breeds of dogs before entering the finals of the Westminster -
that will be broadcast live from Madison Square Garden on February
13-14, 2012. The new breeds presented this year are...