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  • PetSafe® Shelter Enrichment Project

    from Pet Safe Blog

    Friday April 18th, 2014 at 06:00 AM


    By Jim Tedford, Director of Animal Welfare Initiatives and Alliances

    Jim poses for a picture with his dog, Henry.

    Have you ever lost a favorite shoe or TV remote control as a result of inappropriate chewing behavior on the part of your canine best friend? When Henry, my now two-year-old Jack Russell, was a puppy, I lost the corners on two baseboards in my almost-new house! The incident was, of course, not Henrys fault. He was a puppy and puppies chew! Had I not given him the opportunity, my baseboards would have remained intact and I wouldnt have had some splainin to do when my wife got home.

    Chewing is a perfectly natural behavior, especially amongst puppies and dogs of certain breeds. It is up to us humans to teach our best friends the difference between our Italian loafers and PetSafe...

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  • Friday Funny

    from Miley's Daily Scoop!

    Friday April 18th, 2014 at 05:11 AM

    Hmmmm, that must be one special tree!! BOL!!!
  • My New Accountant Uses a Litter Box

    from Catladyland -- Cats are Funny: The Blog

    Friday April 18th, 2014 at 05:08 AM

    I've hired an accountant. Her name is Phoebe and she takes lots of breaks. I figured since she likes to walk across keyboards, keypads, and buttons of any kind, she'd jump at the chance of having her very own calculator. Plus, no matter what she does, she'll probably be better at math than I am. My name is Angie and I have a cat for an accountant.
  • One very brave piece of “property”

    from ohmidog!

    Friday April 18th, 2014 at 05:00 AM

    Normally, we would call Mick, a Portland, Oregon, police dog killed in the line of duty this week, a hero. Or maybe even a life-saver, which is how his partner, Officer Jeff Dorn, referred to him while recuperating in a hospital from two gunshot wounds fired by the same burglary suspect who fatally gunned down []
  • Fangs on Friday

    from A Tonk's Tail...err

    Friday April 18th, 2014 at 05:00 AM

    Square_140_fangs A new series of photos for 2014, inspired by our Fearless Feline, Maxwell. WaterFangs. ***
  • Do These Ears Make My Butt Look Big?

    from Lapdog Creations

    Friday April 18th, 2014 at 05:00 AM

    Are you ready for Mr. Bunny this weekend? The Lapdogs are all ears waiting to see what hebrings them on Sunday. Zeus, doing his impersonation of the Great White Bunny Lola wondering if these ears make her butt look big... Teutul wondering if anyone would notice if he ate the pink ears... and making sure this Easter Bunny dude doesn't play any tricks on him. Sophie looking like the Princess that she is... We hope Mr. Bunny is good to all of the pups out there in blogland!
  • Important Upcoming Shipping Dates

    from Pets of Oz Pet News, Information and Product Blog

    Friday April 18th, 2014 at 04:45 AM

    We will be doing warehouse upgrades and a major stock take from the 25th of April to the 5th of May. No orders will ship between the 25th of April and 5th of May. Orders made between the 25th of April and 5th of May will ship on the 6th to 8th of May. Please make sure to order before the 25th of April so that your order is sent and will arrive in a timely manner. We wish everyone a great Easter!
  • Tempest Day 3

    from Sagira's Agility Adventures

    Friday April 18th, 2014 at 04:32 AM

    Last day of the trial when everyone is getting tired. Tempest was getting better and better as each day passed. Still no Q but super proud of her. Maybe next trial she can get the Q if not we are okay with that, still having fun!

    No Q because she went off course two times but this was probably her best run of the weekend. Baby dog is growing up on us.

  • two lipomas on Penny's shoulders

    from My Dog - Life with Penny

    Friday April 18th, 2014 at 04:23 AM

    Good Friday - just the day to spend sitting in the waiting room of the Animal Emergency Centre. We certainly weren't complaining that we had to wait, because when families rushed in with unconscious dogs, or dogs who couldn't stand, we knew they had to go first. It all began yesterday evening, when we noticed not one, but two, lumps on Penny's shoulders. We reacted the usual way, first shock, then the worriedinternet search, and the reassuring decision that they were - probably - lipomas....