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Posted February 16, 2012 by Lady Bee

Dog TV, the first cable network devoted to dog viewers began airing
today in San Diego, where it is shown on two cable networks. The main
purpose of Dog TV is to keep your dog from feeling lonely while you are
gone... but it does more.

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

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...


Posted February 6, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

Dog owners are, of course, delighted that more and more hotels (mostly motels) are opening up to our canine companions.  But in the United Kingdom, particularly Scotland, some of the finest, poshest hotels are offering a different kind of doggie vacation for 'staycationers."


Posted February 3, 2012 by Guest Blogger

Unfortunately our four legged family members cannot tell us when things are not going well for them.
was the case when Maggie our (13 years old at the time) lilac point
Siamese woke up one morning and tried to maneuver around the house.  I
watched her as she started walking into the furniture.  My thoughts were
“Do cats get strokes?”

Posted February 2, 2012 by Lady Bee

Two European-born dudes, Italian Andrea Carrano and Frenchman Ali Niroomand,
decided to start feeding their dogs table scraps, like they did when they were kids.  Since living in the U.S., the pair had picked up American style dog
cuisine - bagged kibble and canned wet food - but they noticed that
their dogs were listless and seemed older than their years....

Posted February 2, 2012 by Lady Bee

Just like you, dogs, cats, rabbits, and horses get tooth decay and gum disease (gingivitis).
And just like in people, what happens in the mouth can affect what
happens in their blood streams, particularly in the arteries leading to
the heart and brain.  I don't want to scare you, but you should be on a
cleaning schedule for your pet's teeth.

Posted February 1, 2012 by Lady Bee

Yes, I do believe all pets are special, so the word is superfluous.  Nevertheless, these gifts will make your pets feel real special, and they will return the pleasure 10 times more on Valentine's Day!