Reading isn’t just for humans any more! From library programs for kids and dogs to canine storybooks to training regimens to make pups recognize words, books are clearly going to the dogs.
Do This With Your Pet
The key to a happy dog is slicing some tubers and baking them at a low temperature for many, many hours.
Do you have all the things you’d want on hand if your housemate ate rat poison, swallowed a chicken bone, or suffered a bite?
The Flirt Pole is a toy that help can help dogs work on basic manners and impulse control, while also giving them a rockin’ workout in just minutes.
Halloween is about wearing costumes and being scared. Well you know what’s scary to a dog? Wearing a costume.
Whenever my mom serves tea, she likes to mention that her sugar tin came from the local crematorium: the little flowered canister once housed her cat’s ashes. Everyone usually opts for honey.
Once, years ago, I complained to my godmother about how hard it was to meet guys. “I don’t understand—you ride around with your dog in the basket.” she said. “Don’t men just follow you around?”
In the pets-vs-kids debate, I’m in favor of four-legged “children.” At least, for now. A line of new condom ads speaks to like-minded would be procreators.
Did you know that most of the rabbits in shelters were purchased as Easter gifts and then discarded?
In today’s edition of ReadyMade.com’s Do This With Your Pet, I review two new books about making dog stuffed animals.