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.
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.
This battery-operated Undercover Mouse mimics the sudden and unpredictable movements of a real mouse moving in the brush. Just as in the wild, the prey is hidden, only noticeable by its random movements. Must be why my cat loves the Undercover Mouse, a new interactive toy by Panic Mouse, Inc.
If your horse could use a free ton of Purina Mills Senior Horse Feed,
then you will want to enter this year's Purina Equine Senior essay
and/or photo contest. Held yearly, the contest has several awards in
four different categories: Oldest Horse Contest, Oldest Pony Contest,
Essay Contest (General) and Photo Contest.
The 2009 Global Pet Expo was held in Orlando, Florida last month
and among the new products awarded were new digs for the category of
"small animal pet products," those for ferrets, hamsters, and rabbits,
chinchillas, and other, normally wild, small animals. Here are the top
three winners in the category; they are all so neat!
The Doggie Poop Freeze Wand is also known to some discerning specialists of fecal matter as Patent#US 6883462. If when you hear the word, wand, you think of fairy godmothers and Tinkerbelle, you are not that far off. There is no pumpkin coach or glass slipper or even a cute prince waiting however; it’s merely a response to the call of nature that befalls all living things. Read on but…don’t buy this yet.
Recently, pet DNA businesses have cropped up. Not only do the DNA entrepreneurs want to clone your pets, they came up with the brilliant idea of using your dog's DNA to trace his poop back to him... to you the owner, really.