Archive for July, 2009

We are all aware of the benefits of a good night?s sleep to both your short-term and long-term health. Things are no different for your Dog. While most dogs can lie down and curl up to sleep on almost any surface a good quality Dog Bed will provide your dog with the extra level comfort that any dog needs to ensure that they get the best possible good night?s sleep or a quality rest between periods of activity. Another benefit of having a Dog Bed is that Dogs thrive on routine so having their own space and area to sleep in will make your dog happier, more content and more disciplined. It also makes for a better alternative to having your dog sleep with you which as we all know is not ideal.

So which Bed is right for my Dog then?
When buying a bed for your dog there are two main things to consider. Firstly, which type of bed would suit your dog and secondly, which size bed would be best for your dog?

Choosing a Type of Dog Bed provides you with a great range of shapes of Dog Beds. But which one should you choose? First of all, have a look at the way your Dog sleeps. If they like to snuggle up when they are in bed then an enclosed bed will probably be the best option. If they are the type of Dog that likes to stretch out and moves around during their sleep then a blanket type bed or less enclosed option will be your best bet.

Choosing the Correct Size of Dog Bed
Choosing the right size bed for your dog is probably the most important feature. As a general rule, smaller dogs like beds that are cosy therefore buying a bed that is just a little bit bigger than them will work best. Larger dogs like a little bit more space to move while they are asleep. Measure your dog while they are lying down rather than standing up. If in doubt, choose the size up rather than one that is too small.

Other Factors to Consider
All Dog Beds sold at are easy to wash so you don?t need to worry about your Dog sleeping in dirt and grime. Another point to consider is the location of your Dog Bed. If your Dog will be sleeping inside then a Sherpa Fleece material will be suitable however if the Dog Bed will be situated outside then you are better off choosing a more durable and waterproof option. And lastly, there is no need for your Dog?s Bed to become an eyesore in your home. provides a tremendous of range of colours and styles where you are bound to find something that will suit the decor of your home.

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Social Network for Pets

Here is an exciting new social network for your pets. You sign up FREE and can win a $100 Petco Gift Card. Once you create an account you can add all of your pets. There are also interesting games and articles. Connect with other pet lovers. There is a section for all types of pets. I registered my 4 dogs and it was very easy. You can upload photos and movies. I am partial to dogs, so I usually spend time in that area.

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Here are some cool dog necklaces available from fine online stores.

Glimmering Pearls Pet Necklace
Your little princess will look like royalty in this beautiful pet necklace surrounded by golden and pearl accents. This pet necklace comes in one size. It is a stretch necklace with no clasp.

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Elegant Crystal Ball Pet Necklace
The Elegant Crystal Ball Pet Necklace is a beautiful adornment for your precious little one. Dainty pink or blue beads and an eye-catching dangling crystal ball make this piece simply perfect.

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Frosted Grape Pet Necklace
Brilliantly sparkling violet Swarovski crystal AB heart pendant strung with shiny sterling silver beads and Swarovski AB Amethyst crystals. This gorgeous piece is not not mass-produced and due to the incredible artistry and workmanship that go into every piece of clothing or jewelry we create only limited amounts.

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You love your precious pooch, but sometimes he or she can make a mess in your house and pee on your carpet or furniture. Even the best trianed pet can have an accident if you leave them alone for too long. I usually leave a pee pad on the floor in the bathroom when we are away, but sometimes my dog marks his territory on the corner of the bed leaving a stinky mess on the carpet.

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been walking around in stocking feet, and then suddenly my foot is wet from stepping on a spot where the dog peed on the carpet. Then there were the countless times that I never did step in the wet spot, and the accident never was cleaned up. It doesn’t take long for your carpet to smell really bad. I had to have our carpets professionally cleaned at least twice a year because of the dogs.

This got really expensive, until I found this product where I could clean these stains myself. I was amazed and grossed out when I used the black light to see everywhere the dog had peed. I needed 3 bottles of Urine Gone the first time just to get rid of all the areas the dog peed. This is definitely worth trying.

Urine Gone™ effectively removes new or old stains and odors from carpets, mattresses, furniture — just about any washable surface or fabric! All you do is darken the room and use the included “stain detector” black light to show the urine messes. Just spray Urine Gone™ on and let it dry. Stains and odors disappear and keep pets from re-marking their territory.

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Elvis Dog Costume

Rock Star Dog size M
Does your dog long to be a rock star? Now he can imitate Elvis with this cool dog costume. This costume is decked out in rhinestones just like The King used to where. This is sure to be a hit on Halloween for you and your pooch.
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Pirate Costume For Your Dog

Our featured pet costume theme for today is the Pirate Costume. Here are a few of the cutest pirate costumes for your dog available online.

buccanneer pirate dog costume

buccanneer pirate

You’ll wish that everyday could be Halloween when you see your adorable little pup dressed up in this playful pirate costume. This buccaneer dog costume features a black pirate coat with gold trim around the sleeves, a red sash, red trim, and gold buttons on the back, and a brown layer at the bottom detailed with a jagged hemline.

Here is another adorable pirate costume for the girls

swashbuckler pirate

Let the whole family get in on the Halloween festivities with your precious little pooch dressed up in this adorable swashbuckler pirate costume. This puppy pirate costume features a darling little dress with puffed sleeves, a lace up back panel, gold trim, a lace petticoat hem, and a fancy little bow on the skirt.


Tips To Having A Well Groomed Dog

The reason one should groom his/her Dog is simple – your dog’s physical state influences the way he feels and the way you look at your dog. Extreme cases, where lack of proper care, cleaning and grooming can directly affect the behavior of your Dog, are not rare.

Proper grooming not only infuses a healthy glow to your dog’s appearance, but also helps develop his self-esteem; while it makes you a very proud parent, when you show off your Dog to others.

The first step involved in dog grooming is: Brushing!

Brushing has been universally acknowledged by expert dog groomers as the single most important step in grooming.

The benefits of brushing are many. To name a few:

  • Better blood circulation
  • Shinier and healthier coat
  • Better bonding

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Even if you know how crucial brushing is for your Dog’s health and well-being, we all know that there is a right way and a wrong way of doing anything. And without doubt, you would like to do everything the RIGHT way when it comes to your Dog.

Yes, there’s a method to follow while brushing your Dog.

Here are FIVE steps to successfully brushing your Dog that will prove to be extremely useful:

  • Brush against the growth of the hair first with a slicker brush and then with a medium or wide-toothed comb.
  • The slicker brush removes all the loose hair and the comb takes care of the tangles.
  • Brush your Dog along the hair growth and make sure you reach the skin as you brush his way.
  • Then use a flea comb over the coat to get the fleas and remove any remaining tangles. Part the coat and start from the root and then comb through.
  • If your Dog’s paw pads are hairy, then clip them using electric clippers. Do not clip the hair in between the pads. Clip only the excess hair.

Brush your Dog’s hairs to prevent it from matting. Matting can be a very painful experience.

Regular brushing untangles the matted hairs on your Dog’s coat. Since this is a risky job to do, the best way out is to prevent them from forming in the first place. And doing this is simple: just brush and comb your Dog regularly. If and when you see any mats or tangles, use a detangle solution and a medium-toothed comb.

Don’t wait until your Dog is dirty or matted to introduce him to grooming. That would make him associate the experience with unpleasantness. Moreover, many dogs learn to see their routine brushing as an alternate form of petting, i.e. another source of affection and attention.

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House Training a puppy or adult Dog is such an essential issue for its owner that even a single exclusive tip turns out to be extremely helpful.

The first step in making your Dog fit for polite company would be to potty train him. Some see this training as a hassle and some as a challenge.

For me, it is part of bringing up a pet.

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There are a few things you need to know before you actually start potty training a puppy or adult Dog. I enumerate these below:

  • You need to understand your dog’s body language. Watch for signs that will indicate to you when your pet wants to eliminate.
  • If you own puppies, remember that they need to go potty at fairly frequent intervals – as soon as they wake up, after short naps, after play-time, after meals, before and after being crated and finally, before retiring for the night.
  • Take your Dog for walks at the time that he usually does his potty. Take him out to the yard and then to the same place there every time he needs to answer nature’s call.
  • Praise your Dog after he eliminates at the right place. Some Dog owners even give treats to their dogs. But remember to do this every time he does it right. He will relate the rewards to his having “done it right” and zero in on the spot where you want him to defecate regularly.
  • With time, you can try signal training. This is so that you know when your doggie wants to go. You can hang a bell at his level near the door and teach him to push it with his nose or pat it with his paw on his way out.
  • Until your Dog has been fully potty trained keep him under strict vigilance. Do not let him roam around the house freely.
  • Use a crate. A crate-trained Dog is usually very happy to get his own den. The advantage of crating is that dogs do not soil the place where they sleep. So, he will naturally not eliminate inside the crate.
  • If you have a small dog and if you live in a high-rise building or in a place that does not have a proper backyard, you can try litter pan training. What you do is create a space for your pet to eliminate in your house itself.
  • Use positive reinforcements while housebreaking puppies or adult dogs. Do not scold or hit him as you will gain nothing by doing that. He will only associate punishment with your return from outside. If you catch him in the act, a stern ‘NO’ or ‘FREEZE’ will do. It will startle the Dog enough for him to stop pooping.
  • Be prepared to return to a soiled home if you are keeping your Dog home alone for more than 4 hours as separation anxiety is quite common among home – alone dogs.
  • Accidents will happen. It is unusual for a trained adult Dog to work against its house training. But medical problems or health disorders may lead to sudden accidents.
  • Many dogs mark their territory. These can be a leg of a table or a particular wall. Intact male and female dogs mark their territories by urinating. Use deodorizers to spray on the places where your Dog has marked.
  • If you are patient and are ready to accept that house training a dog takes time, even months sometimes, you will end up having a good housetrained Dog.

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Now we will move on to how to potty train puppies and adult dogs.

Potty Training A Puppy:

Irrespective of breeds, housetraining a puppy is considered to be one of the biggest challenges by dog owners. If you think housetraining your puppy simply involves a steady supply of old newspapers, then think again.

A puppy does not develop full control over his bladder until it is over 4 or 5 months old. Since they are growing and developing rapidly at this time, puppies eat more, burn more calories and need to eliminate more frequently than an adult Dog.

After each nap, meal, drink or play, take your puppy to his designated area (indoors or outdoors, wherever you have decided) and stay there until it eliminates. Then bring him to his crate.

Repeat this situation everyday until he has developed a habit out of it.

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Potty Training An Adult Dog:

The best way to housetrain an adult Dog is to begin all over again.

Observe him very closely. Maybe even maintain a diary of where he goes and when. Whether he is pooping when you are home or only when you are outside; whether you can time yourself to be home when he feels the need to go outside.

You can try dog crates, but be careful to introduce him gradually to them.

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Remember, commitment, consistency and intelligent use of positive reinforcement will make you the owner of a perfectly housetrained Dog. Don’t expect miracles. You will only be disappointed.

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Doozie Dog Soft Sweets Plush Chocolate Mousse
If your dog is sweet, give her a treat…one of these plush sweet treats that is. Cute cakes with layers and toppings.Available InChocolate Mousse Vanilla Cream NeapolitanSize – Approximately 4″. These are small toys and recommended for smaller dogs. My 15 lb yorkie loves them. He can’t get enough of the squeaky toys and they are just the right size for him. He doesn’t care if you think its a girly toy either, because even though he’s a boy, he still loves sweets.

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This will be one of your pets favorite beds. If you have more than one dog you may need to get one for each or they could fight over who gets this one. Slumber Pet Flower Beds. Grow Your Pet’s Dreamland With our Slumber Pet Flower Beds. The bright, cheerful design of our Flower Beds will make your pet blossom. Made of petal-soft fleece with a plush center and a non-skid bottom in a fun flower shape. Perfect for springtime siestas.

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