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  • Potcake Collars: Fashion with a Mission

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    Tuesday April 19th, 2011 at 04:43 PM

    What's in there, Mom?! Is it for me?Potcake Collars are not just a stylish accessory for your dog, but are also meant to bring awareness to the homeless dogs that roam the streets of the Bahamas and other neighboring islands. The term "potcake," as explained on their website is used to describe what's left at the bottom of a pot of peas and rice after its been cooked several times. This leftover food is typically give to the native island dogs to chow down on. As a result these dogs have...
  • Freezy Pups Kit Review and Giveaway

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    Monday April 18th, 2011 at 12:02 PM

    As soon as I walked up to the Freezy Pups' booth at the Global Pet Expo last month I was hooked. An adorable bone shaped ice cube tray that you could make organic, frozen bone-shaped treats for your dog? Yes, please! Turned out, other pet industry professionals were equally impressed, as the the product had won 1st place in the natural category during the show. Developed by Heather Klemm, a California-based dog trainer with 17 years experience, a Freezy Pups kit comes with everything you...
  • Congrats to our Aussan Natural Pet Care Cleaner Winner!

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    Saturday April 16th, 2011 at 10:37 PM

    Congrats to Jane Harrell who won our Aussan Natural Pet Care Cleaner giveaway! In case you missed it, check out our review of their pet line.
  • Hops, Bunnies and Backer

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    Saturday April 16th, 2011 at 12:08 AM

    "Hops, Bunnies and Backer" -- it almost sounds like a law firm, instead of the title for this post. My apologies for today's short post, and not announcing the winner of the Aussan Natural contest yet. It's been an unexpectedly crazy week, but I promise we will announce a winner by the end of the weekend, and be back to regular posting Monday. As you can see from the picture on the right, even Toby has had a stressful week and doesn't want to get out of bed this morning. This past Wednesday,...
  • Blog the Change April 15

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    Friday April 15th, 2011 at 12:36 PM

    Unfortunately, we weren't able to do a write up for this round of Be the Change for Animals blog posts, but I did want to share with our readers the really great blog posts of others. So, take a moment to check out some of the blogs below. And, for more about Be the Change for Animals visit their website.
  • Daily Kibble Launches DK Deals: Discounts on Pet Products

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    Sunday April 10th, 2011 at 11:11 AM

    You know those group coupon sites, like Social Living and Groupon that allow you to buy awesome products, services and dinners for usually half off or more? Well, have you ever thought it would be nice if they featured discounts for your furry friend, too? I know I have. Your wish has been granted -- Starting Wednesday, the Daily Kibble will introduce DK Deals -- a hand selected weekly deep discount offer selected in partnership with notable pet brands. The DK Deal of the week will feature a...
  • See Disneynature's "African Cats" and Help "Save the Savanna"

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    Saturday April 9th, 2011 at 12:40 AM

    Disneynature is teaming up with the African Wildlife Foundation to help "Save the Savanna" during the premiere of their newest film, "African Cats." Opening on Earth Day, April 22, "African Cats," is a real-life story, narrated by Samuel L. Jackson, that follows a lion cub who is learning the ropes from her mother, a fearless cheetah and single mom of five mischievous newborns, as well as Fang, a leader of the pack who must defend his family from a rival lion and his sons. Think "Lion King,"...
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