The most important (and unnecessary) canine owner accessory: doggie waste bags and dispensers.
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We love our dogs, we love our planet. The result? A burgeoning market for eco-friendly pet items. Used yoga mats and trashed water bottles are now going to the dogs.
The Paw Plunger is a tool for owners battling a sorry fact: Dog feet are dirty!
A mouse-infest plastic condo? Your cat’s dreams have just come true.
With 2012 upon us, it’s time to ask yourself an important question: Which cute puppy dog calendar to use? How about one that supports animal welfare. (Psst! Share or “Like” this post on Facebook for a chance to win a free Unexpected Pitbull calendar.)
Inmates at the Hutchinson Correctional Facility are funding a program for training shelter dogs through the sale of dog beds made from recycled mattresses.
The iPetCompanion, which recently debuted at New York City’s Bideawee shelter, allows cat lovers to play with kittens through the Internet. You may never get cat hair on your jeans again.
Furever is a film-in-progress about the lengths people go to to hold on to their beloved pets.
The WatchMe is a dog toy in which you can insert your dirty socks. I’m not buying it.
Are you making necklaces out of your cat’s fur?