Sun Glasses & Your Dogs During The Solar Eclipse
Jul26

Sun Glasses & Your Dogs During The Solar Eclipse

Sun Glasses & Your Dogs During The Solar Eclipse Ron Callari Tue, 07/25/2017 – 12:00 In my bucolic waterfront village of Beaufort, South Carolina, it’s currently that time of year when the ‘dog days of summer,’ and ole Sol are at their meanest . . . making air conditioning our best friend. However, this year, there is an upcoming natural occurrence involving the sun many of us are actually looking forward...

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Animal Rescue In Caribbean Seeks Vacationers For Fun Puppy Play Dates
Jul26

Animal Rescue In Caribbean Seeks Vacationers For Fun Puppy Play Dates

Animal Rescue In Caribbean Seeks Vacationers For Fun Puppy Play Dates Rebecca West Tue, 07/25/2017 – 18:23 Vacationers in the Caribbean can now volunteer to spend the afternoon playing with puppies on the beach. It sounds like grueling work, but somebody’s got to do it....

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Unleashing Petcube Bites Treat Camera
Jul25

Unleashing Petcube Bites Treat Camera

For two years, Petcube’s award-winning team of designers and engineers have been researching and testing to bring you the perfect treat camera, and now… It’s official! Our latest product, Petcube Bites treat camera, is available for purchase! You can see, hear, talk to and fling treats to your pet remotely. Petcube Bites is a pet camera that allows pet parents to interact with their fur babies remotely through advanced treat flinging, gaming and camera capabilities. We consider Petcube Bites the most innovative product ever built for pet parents, as it allows people to bond and reward their pets remotely. Your ultimate pet trainer Does your pet chew on your shoes, scratch your couch, eat your pillows or quietly lie by the door waiting while you are out? Separation anxiety in dogs and cats takes on various forms. We have made Petcube Bites treat camera the perfect solution for naughty and lonely pets! When you see your fido or kitty misbehaving, tell them to stop and fling a treat to reward them. If they are being good, say “Good boy!” (or “Good girl!”) and toss them a treat. Pets, being as smart as they are, will quickly realize what to do and what not to in order to get a yummy bite. For bored and lonely dogs, play fetch by tossing treats various distances, up to 6 feet! They will be so excited they will forget you are not there. Unique gaming experience We have made the treat experience fun for both pet parents and their fur kids. While your pet is enjoying fetching treats, have fun with the app by flinging treats Angry Birds-style. Swipe the bone on the screen to toss a treat a short, medium, or long distance. It’s super easy and super exciting! While pets are afraid of loud sounds, the Petcube Bites treat launcher is soft and quiet so it won’t scare your furry friend. Your dog or cat won’t perceive it as a danger. Size that matters The Petcube Bites treat cam has a high capacity two-pound container that can hold up to 100 treats. You won’t have to worry about counting your treats or limiting your play time! While easy to remove, fill and clean, the container locks so smells don’t escape so your curious puppy or kitty won’t be tempted to eat up all the treats. Smart technology We have integrated Petcube app with the Amazon Dash Replenishment service that ensures you never run out of treats and disappoint your pet. There’s a built-in sensor in the treat container, and it will notify you when the supply is low. Once you receive...

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6 Doggy Doorbells Let You Know When Your Doggy Has To Go
Jul25

6 Doggy Doorbells Let You Know When Your Doggy Has To Go

6 Doggy Doorbells Let You Know When Your Doggy Has To Go Lady Bee Mon, 07/24/2017 – 12:15 Whether you have a puppy or an older dog, without a specific signal from your dog that he has to ‘go,’ you may spend time doing a lot of guessing. You know he wants something, but...

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Jasmine: Sweet Greyhound and Animal Sanctuary Surrogate Mother
Jul25

Jasmine: Sweet Greyhound and Animal Sanctuary Surrogate Mother

Jasmine: Sweet Greyhound and Animal Sanctuary Surrogate Mother M Dee Dubroff Tue, 07/25/2017 – 07:06 Found abandoned, flea-bitten and in poor health in a shed in Warwickshire, England, Jasmine the Greyhound was a four-legged surrogate mother if ever there was one. Brought to an animal sanctuary to recover, she became an ambassador and thief of hearts to all who entered the Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife...

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How to Choose a Banging Haircut for Your Dog
Jul24

How to Choose a Banging Haircut for Your Dog

If you’re a pet parent with a passion for style, then giving your dog a haircut (or having it done by a professional dog groomer) is probably already one of your favorite activities. If you’re a pet parent with a passion for something else, your dog still needs a haircut. What kind of haircut to give your dog is a personal decision every pet parent has to make for themselves—but we can give you some guidance. How often should I give my dog a haircut? Keeping that coat fresh and trimmed is an essential part of dog grooming. Short haired and medium haired dogs, for example, typically require regular maintenance in this department, whereas long haired dogs need more frequent brushing, but can get away with getting a haircut less often—most groomers recommend a trim in the summer to keep them cool, and skipping it in the winter when they need their fur to protect them against the cold. Age is also a factor. You should start grooming your puppy at about 10-12 weeks old, but let them get used to the basics of grooming first—bath, brushing, and nail trimming—and save the haircut for later. A dog’s first experience being groomed will effect their attitude towards grooming their whole life, so do your best to make it a calm, pleasant experience Older dogs, on the other hand, should be given haircuts infrequently. This is for the simple reason that senior pet citizens, like senior citizens of the human variety, have a harder time warming themselves. A thick coat will keep them comfortable and cozy. What kind of haircut should I give my dog? The appropriate cut depends on the breed and lifestyle of your four-legged companion. Your local pet groomer will be able to personally consult you on the best style for your dog, but in the meantime, here’s a quick rundown of five tried-and-true cuts to consider rocking: The All Over. Clean and simple, the All Over cut (or Even Cut) is a basic trim that gets your furry friend in, out, and looking sharp. The Cocker Style. Don’t be fooled by the name—this cut looks great on most medium haired breeds. Closely trimmed on the top with a fuller skirt and legs, the Cocker Style will make your pooch’s coat look luscious, but not showy. The Lamb Cut. In the words of Agnes Gru, “IT’S SO FLUFFY!!!� Snuggly little dogs and lambs are two of the cutest animals known to humankind, so with a name like the Lamb Cut, this style does not disappoint. The Lion Cut. A more daring look, this style is fierce when done...

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