Some essential products for bored dogs, from toys that clean teeth to puzzle games for canine brains.
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One of a dog’s favorite games can be a great opportunity to teach two very useful training cues.
Remember when Triumph the Insult Comic Dog sang “Cats are Cunts?” That was just short for “Consumers.” Here are five toys your second favorite four-legged pet would like you to buy.
Dogs can’t operate air conditioners, and don’t keep cold beers in the fridge. Fortunately, they have humans to help keep their temperatures down.
Putting funny stuff on my dog is my idea of a good time. But it’s not all silliness: there are things you can put on a dog to solve myriad canine problems, from anxiety to sunburns, itchiness to homelessness.
Ever wish you had the perfect jacket for your dog to save him from the apocalypse? Or stay up late wondering how to share your water bottle without getting dog germs? I did…but no longer!
If you’ve been looking for a new way to take advantage of your iPhone’s endless capabilities and you’re interested in getting a dog, look no further than “Smart Pet” from Bandai.
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.
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.