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Posted February 6, 2009 by Lady Bee

It's a hassle to bathe your pet at home,
even if he's only teacup size. Not all dogs, and no cats that I know
of, enjoy being bathed. Most of them don't just sit still while you
wet, shampoo, rinse, rinse again, condition, rinse, etcetera. They squirm and cry and shudder, and make you believe yourself that you are wickedly mistreating them.

Posted February 3, 2009 by Lady Bee

If you've ever had to give your dog, cat or horse pain medicine, you don't
want to keep them in the resulting state of mind and body very long.

Posted February 2, 2009 by Lady Bee

"If you have to ask," I told my dog, "You can't afford it. So
let's just look. Appreciate the beauty of the lines, how well they would fit in
a rich dog's home, and move on," I said.

Posted January 28, 2009 by Lady Bee

Face it, that old plastic dog crate looks pretty tacky in your living room. What about a stunning dog house that matches your decor and can be used as a side table to your favorite chair or couch? Denhaus has a very posh line of pet houses that come in all sizes, even ones for Newfoundlands!

Posted January 18, 2009 by Lady Bee

I was on the hunt for some sweet Valentine's Day gifts for the house cat, aka the resident owner of the home -- the truly lazy, lovable, still-curious beast whose wish-is-your-command kind of cat. I am pleased to say that I found 8 really special ones for that cat this Valentine's Day.

Posted January 16, 2009 by Lady Bee

I always have such a difficult time cutting back my holiday gift columns for dogs, and this Valentine's Day is worse than ever. Cute just does not take a rest!

Posted December 30, 2008 by Lady Bee

If your dog lives with you inside a cozy, warm home in winter, he
doesn't have the resistance to the elements that his ancestors had. Nor
will he keep his puppy resilience his whole lifetime. Like humans, as
pets age, the effects of cold, wet weather can be bone-chilling.

Posted December 28, 2008 by Lady Bee

While I can't say that I like the name "Breath-Less," as bad breath is better than no breath at all, I'm willing to give this stuff a try.