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In celebration of St. Patrick's Day, I decided that a big dose of
cuteness would help inspire the party spirit. So I scoured the web to
find the cutest, most adorable dogs ready to celebrate St. Patrick's
The Global Pet Expo, held in Orlando, FL last week, awarded new products
in 9 categories: Aquatics, Bird, Boutique, Cat, Dog, Natural Pet,
Reptile, Small Animal, and Point of Purchase. Yes, you can say 'so
what,' but wait until you see these innovative and impressive products!
When it comes to dog house design, the Austin Barkitecture competition
attracts lots of talent and it's all for a great cause.
Barkitecture 2012 will be held this November, and it has already raised
$20,000 in sponsor commitments to local rescue agencies. The dog house
designs are something to behold. Here are 5 of my favorites from
Barkitecture 2010 and 2011.
While bunnies and baby chicks are what often come to mind when we
think of Easter, us dog lovers think that Easter would be much more
enjoyable if dogs were more involved in the Easter celebrations. So with
that in mind, I wanted to share with you the adorable dogs I found to
help you celebrate.
Do your little monsters love the Easter Bunny? Do you want
to traumatize them so badly that they never want another Easter Basket in their
lives? If so, you've come to the right place. Here are 8 stuffed rabbits so
scary your kids will be afraid to get out of bed on Easter Sunday.
Pet calendars have become so clever and creative that this year I've
decided to separate the cat calendars from the dog ones. No one seems to
be very creative with the remaining species
of pets, but that's my complaint every year. So, off we go into kitty
land and the artists that express them so well in the 2011 Cat Wall
grooming saves money, but can also enhance your relationship with your
pet. Do it daily, gently (always working in the direction of the hair
growth!), reward your pet, and make grooming fun for your pet. There
will still be times you want to take your pet to the groomer for nail
trimming and ear cleaning... and a good haircut. But you can reduce
those visits by half, if you can manage their fur 'issues.'