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  • Guilford County Animal Control office warns tetherers, $500 fines are coming soon

    from ohmidog!

    Tuesday March 3rd, 2015 at 04:20 AM

    Residents of Greensboro who tie up their dogs and leave them unattended can expect to start receiving warnings this week, and $500 fines by September, as Guilford Countys anti-tethering ordinance comes closer to being fully phased in. The ordinance, approved by the Guilford County Board of Commissioners in 2013, prohibits the tethering or chaining of []
  • Pinterest Does It Again! Juicing...for Dogs?

    from Bermudabluez

    Tuesday March 3rd, 2015 at 04:08 AM

    As most of you know, I am a Pinterest Addict. While perusing the other day, I ran across a pin about a blog where the woman was talking about Juicing for her DOG! Of course, I had to cruise right on over to her blog: http://www.lovelygreens.com/2014/07/juicing-for-dogs-and-you-too.htmland check out what she had to say! This is a very interesting recipe and one I will try for the girls, but I am not sure if they will eat it or not. I am NOT in to juicing in any way, shape, or form...but my...
  • Who’s the fool: Why do we humans persist in our efforts to trick the dog?

    from ohmidog!

    Tuesday March 3rd, 2015 at 04:00 AM

    Most of us have probably tried a version of this at home be it with the fake tennis ball toss, the hidden treat or the imitation door knock. How easily, and how many times in a row, can we fool the dog? For some reason maybe to test their intelligence, more likely because []
  • Inspire Us Tuesdays – Cake

    from Two Little Cavaliers

    Tuesday March 3rd, 2015 at 03:46 AM

    Inspire Us Tuesdays Cake

    Inspire Us Tuesdays Cake Welcome back to Inspire Us Tuesday #30! Last week our party seemed small with 70 links. It would be amazing if you could share our party with your friends and followers! The more the merrier! We are thrilled to have you return to share with us this week! It really []

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  • My Office Chair

    from Sparkle the Designer Cat

    Tuesday March 3rd, 2015 at 12:10 AM


    This is the office chair that I share with my human. As you can see, she has ruined one of the arm rests with her elbow. She says her left arm gets tired because she has to type the letter S (for Summer) so much. That key on the laptop already has a worn spot on it, and it is only a little over a year old, so maybe she has a point.

    This is where I do much of my supervising, and I have to say, it is really tiring! And kind of boring sometimes too. I mean, how long can a human sit at a computer...

  • How to keep your pets safe in Holi

    from Dog with the blog!

    Monday March 2nd, 2015 at 11:27 PM

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    Be it Diwali or Holi, including pets in festivities and celebrations is a common sight in Indian homes, however, this isnt as enjoyable for the pets. Puppies, stray dogs and pets alike are susceptible to grave illness as side-effects of Holi celebrations. How Holi may impact your Pets Health? The chemicals usually found in Holi Continue reading How to keep your pets safe in Holi

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  • Bread Cat Launches Like a Missile

    from Love Meow - for Ultimate Cat Lovers

    Monday March 2nd, 2015 at 09:23 PM

    Bread cat launches like a missile. More cat and her bread pillow:

    The post Bread Cat Launches Like a Missile appeared first on Love Meow.

  • How to Deal with Shedding in Cats

    from The Conscious Cat

    Monday March 2nd, 2015 at 09:00 PM


    Living with cat hair is a fact of life for all of us. Shedding is a normal process for healthy cats, in which old fur is replaced with new. All cats shed, regardless of whether they are shorthaired or longhaired. Its a myth that longhaired cats shed more; it only seems that way because the fur they shed is so much more visible.

    You cant stop your cat from shedding, nor should you, but there are ways to control shedding. In a recent article for Answers.com, I explored different ways to deal...