Posted March 27, 2011 by Lady Bee

One of the products that debuted at the Global Pet Expo 2011, held last week in Orlando, Florida was the YardPup & Paw, advertised as 'the ultimate poop scoop.' 
I can't speak to whether it is the ultimate one or not, but I'll tell
you what makes it different from the ones you've seen before.

Posted March 26, 2011 by Lady Bee

Have you ever dreamed of your pet becoming the next Pup-Casso or
Kitty-Casso?  Me either.  But if your imagination can muster up the
vision of your pets walking on plastic wrap-covered paint globs, then
these  Art-Casso kits are all you need.

Posted March 25, 2011 by Lady Bee

A second story walk-up, what every dog
craves... and deserves.  From the time British designer Michael Young began his
career, his works have put a smile on a lot of faces, and his Doghouse
is no exception.  But the Populux style Doghouse is not a design joke; it's for real!

Posted March 9, 2011 by Lady Bee

There are lots of puzzles on the market for dogs, but indoor cats need
their noggins switched on too. And indoor cats have a tendency to gain
weight, which can lead to digestive problems and less mobility.
Fortunately, Aikiou didn't just design an interactive feeder for dogs,
but a special feeder for cats, which slows down your pet's eating and
digestion, as well as providing some fun!

 

Posted February 11, 2011 by Lady Bee

When visitors show up at your door, what does your dog do?  Mine, and
many others', want to say hello to them, usually by jumping up on them
incessantly until they give him the 'proper' hello.  But some dogs use the
visitors as an excuse for taking off - off your premises all
together....

Posted January 17, 2011 by Anonymous

Do cats deserve eco-friendly homes too? Herb'n Maid and SPACE Architecture & Design thinks so and are hosting an eco-challenge called Gimme Shelter to help city cats. To win contestants have to build an eco-friendly pet home.

Posted December 7, 2010 by Lady Bee

Here's one difference between dog and cat lovers.  Cat lovers love cats;
dog lovers love specific breeds of dogs.  Generalization?  Well, that's
what calendar publishers are telling us, because they print far more
breed specific calendars about dogs than cats.  I sent my dog Coca out
digging for the doggone delightful ones and he came back with some -
very proud of himself.

 

Posted August 16, 2010 by Myra Per-Lee

Perhaps all the stories that dogs and cats could sniff out cancers and
other serious illnesses in their owners left cancer researchers feeling
like they missed the boat somewhere....