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Thursday October 23rd, 2014 at 06:00 AMWhile we're no longer just a quick cab ride away from one of our favorite NYC shops, that doesn't mean we can't window show Henri Bendel online. It's been a while since they've updated their canine line, but it looks like they've made a few additions for fall. Check it out: Fall showers got you down? Brighten up a rainy day with these adorable City Slicker Packable Rain Coat that packs away into a convenient little zipped pouch. Love the polka dots and stripes! With a zippable little pouch on the back when it's opened up, this coat is functional and fashionable. Too bad it doesn't ever rain here in California Perfect for making each meal a fancy affair, this ceramic dog-bone shaped bowl can also double as a treat dish/container. And why not ensure that all of your pooch's accessories...
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Thursday October 23rd, 2014 at 05:44 AM
Canine Myth. My dogs nose is warm and dry. He must not be feeling well. Whether a dogs nose is wet and cold or warm and dry is definitely not the way to tell if your dog doesnt feel well. Some dogs will have a warm nose when they first wake from a nap and this is perfectly normal. Dogs lick their noses, and since they do not do this while sleeping, its typical for the nose to be a little dry when they first wake up. Another reason for a dry nose could be age or the temperature in the house or...
from Pet 365 Blog
Thursday October 23rd, 2014 at 05:37 AM
Every breed of domesticated dog, from the Chihuahua to the Doberman, is descended from the wolf. Exactly how they became domesticated remains a mystery and well never know exactly how or why they were tamed. Its become a topic of great debate and something that is hard to determine. When you think about it though, the wolf and man did have something in common both were hunters and both hunted in packs.
Originally wolves were known to humans as a guard animal, a source of food and fur and were...
Thursday October 23rd, 2014 at 05:03 AMThe Spanish nursing assistant whose dog was exterminated after she was found to have contracted Ebola from a patient has been pronounced free of the virus. But along with the good news, Teresa Romero has learned what the rest of the world has known for two weeks. Her dog Excalibur was seized, killed and incinerated 
from The Conscious Cat
Thursday October 23rd, 2014 at 03:46 AM
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Look for an e-mail from Ingrid*.
And if you didnt win this time, not to worry: youll have 5 more chances to win!Next chance to win a SmartyKat Feather Whirl: October 30 !
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from Pete the Vet's Blog
Thursday October 23rd, 2014 at 02:00 AMOn Ireland AM yesterday, we featured, Bruce, a magnificent 9 year old Boxer. You can watch the video by clicking here. Brucehas an underactive thyroid so he has struggled to keep his weight down and... I'm a vet in "companion animal" practice, working only with pets. I love my job, and I enjoy writing about it - in newspapers, on my blog, wherever. I have a weekly column in the UK's Daily Telegraph, as well regular features in several Irish newspapers. I live in Ireland with my wife and two...
from Jan's Funny Farm
Thursday October 23rd, 2014 at 02:00 AMCyndi: Wow, if you want to be humbled, just disappear for a week and a half and then discover no one has noticed you were gone.Buddy: Yes, sad to say, the only ones who missed us were two non bloggers. We must be doing something wrong.Micah: Perhaps we should start passing out peanuts with each post.Merci: Peanuts, why peanuts? Furries don't eat peanuts.Percy: Well, how about
from Fidose of Reality
Thursday October 23rd, 2014 at 01:09 AM
Dogs today are not the dogs of yesterday, this much I know is true. Thinking back to 1994, which seems a lifetime ago, dogs were not privy to so many things affecting their lives in 2014. Heck, the same can be said for the human variety: The times they are achangin, and 20 years of changes in the dog world is a long time.
From the annals of then versus now, here are eight of the prominent changes in the dog world over the past 20 years. See how many of these you can relate to:
As a kid, I...