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Posted February 27, 2012 by Lady Bug

When you have a creative designer and architect like Paul Kweton, the utility of a dog house and rocking chair meld seamlessly into one rocking dod bed.

Posted February 22, 2012 by Lady Bee

My own cat was never moved by catnip, or any other nip, to go silly, no
less crazy.  He's an indoor/outdoor cat, who does get bored inside, even
with a basket full of toys, a cat condo, and a bay window overlooking
treetops with tons of birds.  Then, a friend suggested I try Sojos Organic Catnip....

Posted February 21, 2012 by Lady Bee

This dog bowl holds 54 ounces of water! Believe it.  You can also
believe that whether you're at home or on the road with your with your
water-lapping dog, none of the 54 ounces will end up on your home or
your car surface that's caused by your dog 'over-lapping.'  it will also
keep your pup's long ears and/or beard dry while he's drinking.

Posted February 20, 2012 by Lady Bee

.... I know, you've seen all kinds of new gimmicks to trick dog owners into
spending money on junk food for their pets, and this is a a gimmick, in a
way.  But Lickety Stik is a healthy gimmick and dogs seem to love it as
a treat! 

Posted February 17, 2012 by Lady Bee

Parakeets and other small parrots are so much fun to have as pets. And
what's more they know they're fun! In a pet store the other day, I
happened to see a conure playing with this bowling ball toy and I want
to say that both the conure and I were laughing out loud.


Posted February 15, 2012 by Lady Bee

Like many cat owners, I prefer to indulge my cat with the most
eco-friendly cat toys I can find.  I always order loose cat nip because I
have found that toys pre-stuffed with catnip are usually composed of
polyester, nylon, or other man-made fiber. Not so, these Hemp Cat

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.