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Posted April 1, 2009 by Lady Bee

Birds can be wonderful pets. Members of the parrot family are
especially friendly, charming, and funny. But they tend to scream.
They scream when they sense danger, something new in their environment, or just
to get your attention. The sound indeed gets your attention, but it's not a
sound that engenders affection toward your bird, even among the best bird parents.

Posted March 30, 2009 by Lady Bee

No recession for dogs... I tell ya! It's just a bunny a minute out there for the lucky dogs getting dressed up for Easter. This year's fashions include bold and bodacious sweaters for dogs this spring, and classic, more regal dresses for females with lots of emphasis on fabric details...and I'd have to say they're even more beautiful than last season's. My top 10 picks for Easter, with the exception of one (I hope) can be worn all spring, until it's time for bikinis.

Posted March 27, 2009 by Lady Bee

I've long been a believer that cats and dogs eat grass for a good reason: they need it. The thing about cats is that they eat everything that's green, so you end up having to give up your house plants, unless you're sure they pose no danger to kitty.

Posted March 23, 2009 by Lady Bee

Dog Gone Smart™ is designing and manufacturing dog jackets, and dog and cat beds made from a
cotton NanoSphere® fabric, and will soon debut a line of horse blankets and
saddle pads made of the same material. This is a welcome technology to the pet
world. It enables a healthier environment for pets and people, reduces use of toxins
used in cleaning solutions, and reduces energy consumption.

Posted March 20, 2009 by Anonymous

This handy device from Princeton may just be a parent's dream-come-true, especially if you have a pet who tends to be a wanderer.

Posted March 11, 2009 by Lady Bee

Of course, seeing this leash bobbing up and down in the dark might scare the poop out of a driver rounding a bend on a
dark night. It's more likely he would back up and turn around than try to hit it.

Posted March 10, 2009 by Lady Bee

Woof Wear Organics® is a new division of Sherpa Pet Group, and it's all
about making natural toys for your dog. No buttons, or bells... no
rubber... nothing that you dog could swallow and, as the company puts
it, recycle on his own. All natural and all organic fibers with
anti-microbial and anti-bacterial properties go into making these sweet
sweet toys for your precious pooch.

Posted March 8, 2009 by Lady Bee

Hind leg weakness is quite common in older dogs, but there are some medical conditions that can affect young dogs, as well. Whether your dog has lost full use of his hind legs, has weakness in them, or has a degenerative disease affecting his back legs, he may be helped by use of a dog wheelchair, aka dog cart.