Pet Stuff and Pet Products - PetsLady.com
Looking for great pet stuff? Want to read about the latest new pet products? Or see unbiased reviews on the best products for your pets?
Our team of pet owners and experts here at PetsLady.com review with you the best stuff for your dog, cat, bird, fish, horse, and other exotic pets.
Here are some of our most popular Pet Product articles:
- 3 Most Important Supplements for Older Dogs and Cats
- 10 Best Prducts For Your Cat...Sold On Amazon
- Best 10 Products For Your Dog Sold On Amazon
- 5 Best Upright Vacuums for Pet Hair - Reviews and Comparisons
- 9 Best Pet Products Of 2012 - Winners of Global Pet Expo
- 10 Hot Products To Keep Your Pets Cool
- 10 More Hot Products To Keep Your Pets Cool
- See all our picks for the most adorable and funny dog and pet costumes.
Subscribe to our "Best Pet Products and Great Pet Stuff" articles.
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!
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.
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.
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."