Everyone will want to pet the well-behaved Delighted Chihuahua. This adorable resin dog sculpture paws its way into your heart with its playful face, black button nose, warm eyes, and curved tail. Measuring in at 12″H, this tawny and white canine is fur-ever your best friend.
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Snuggle with your furry friends without worrying about pet allergies. A soft cotton design and white hue grace the Pet Agree Mattress Pad, featuring PurissimoTM technology that uses natural probiotics to eliminate pet allergens. This machine washable bedding item has a polyester knit 16” deep pocket skirt, allowing it to fit mattresses up to 18” deep, and has a waterproof laminated barrier to provide assurance against accidents. Snuggling with your pet just got a lot easier.
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Are the members of your household bunny-hopping into Easter—and fluttering like butterflies with preparations? Amid the hubbub, make sure your pet doesn’t frolic its way into any springtime hazards. Check out these Easter pet safety tips from PetMD and the ASPCA.
Keep chocolates, raisins, and artificially sweetened treats away from your pets. Chocolate is potentially toxic to dogs and cats; according to PetMD, dark chocolate and unsweetened chocolate are the most toxic. Consult your veterinarian immediately if you suspect your pet has eaten chocolate.
2. “Fill”-ing like trouble?
If you’re looking for another reason to dislike Easter grass, here it is: This filler can pose choking and digestive hazards to pets. Keep pets out of baskets—candy wrappers, foil, plastic eggs, and toys can also be dangerous.
3. Not so egg-cellent
Pets shouldn’t eat raw eggs due to possible salmonella contamination. While you’re on the egg lookout, make sure the dye you use is nontoxic.
4. Food blues
PetMD cautions that you shouldn’t give fatty foods, onions, or garlic to your pet. Fatty foods like ham can upset your pet’s stomach (or cause more serious issues), while onions and garlic can be toxic, depending on the amount.
5. Flower away
All parts of the lily plant are highly toxic to cats. Consider other decorations if you share your home with a feline. View the ASPCA’s entire plant list here.
Spring is officially here! While those cooped-up days of cabin fever might be waning, it’s important to keep a few things in mind before you and your pet savor spring in all its glory. Here are a few springtime pet safety tips from PetMD and the ASPCA.
- Keep spring-cleaning chemicals out of pets’ reach. Follow all labels regarding use and ventilation, and don’t forget to store cleaning products properly.
- Before you fling open those windows to let the spring air waft into your home, be sure that your windows are snugly screened and that no screens are in need of repair.
- Inspect your dog’s leash and collar for tears.
- Make sure your pet’s ID information is up to date.
- Reintroduce more vigorous exercise slowly so that your pet can acclimate to it.
- Keep pets away from recently fertilized lawns and consider pet-safe alternatives. Likewise, keep lawn-care products out of pets’ reach.
- Check to see if your pet is up to date on its medications and preventatives.
- Keep those Easter staples out of pets’ reach (especially the ubiquitous Easter grass!). Chocolate and artificial sweeteners are harmful to pets; lilies are toxic to cats.
- Take your furry pal to the vet if he seems to be suffering from spring allergies.
Charming their way into our hearts (and our homes), these playful pups have lots of personality. Loyal and true to their owners, these whimsical dog sculptures are sure to make you smile. These figures look perfect in any modern or contemporary decorating style.
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Ready for a challenge, this lovable puppy pedals through the Dog Days of Summer. Cyclists and dog owners will love this artful resin and metal table sculpture.
If you like to “pawty,” join in on the fun with the Canine Conga. Made of resin, this adorable sculpture features a pack of pooches dancing upright on their back paws.
You don’t need a special day to pamper your pet, but Valentine’s Day is a nice reminder nonetheless. This “people holiday” can be a wonderful “pet holiday” too! When those paws come padding across the floor to see you on February 14th, you’ll be ready with lots of love and attention. Get inspired with these 14 sweet and simple ways to pamper your pet.
1. Playtime for two
The two of you can always find something to do! You know your pet’s favorite activity, whether it’s romping around playing fetch or scampering after a toy mouse, so set aside some time for lively play.
2. Spending time with others
If your dog is social and well-behaved, he’ll probably enjoy spending time with other dogs, kids, or adults. Your dog gets to be lavished with pets and pats; plus, a visit from your pup might brighten someone’s day!
3. Going for a walk
If the weather allows, go for a walk past your dog’s favorite sniffing grounds.
4. Quiet time
If your tuckered-out puppy needs a little downtime, let him rest, but not without a blissful belly rub or scratch behind the ear, of course.
5. New toy
You don’t have to get rid of his favorite slobbery stuffy, but you can always surprise your pet with a new toy to pique his interest.
6. Home spa day
If a professional pet grooming session isn’t in the budget, have a home spa day. Groom your dog so he’s looking extra-handsome, or brush your cat while she purrs with contentment.
7. Homemade meal
Tie on your apron, and prepare your pet’s favorite meal – just be sure that the ingredients are healthy and safe for your pet.
8. Special food treat
Pick up something delicious (to canine minds, anyway) from the dog bakery, or indulge your pet in a treat that he doesn’t get very often. Delight your parrot with nutrient-rich fresh fruit; some seeds and certain fruits may be off-limits.
10. Shared bed space
Let your dog or cat catch 40 winks during the day or slumber for the night at the foot of your bed. You don’t have to fret about damage to your comforter or bedspread if you have a bed protector for pets.
11. Accent table/pet house
Give your small pet his own safe, cozy hideaway while furnishing your room with an accent table/pet house. Placed beside your chair or bed, this table will suit both you and your pet!
12. Food area update
Chow time! If your dog’s food mat is looking a little dingy, or it keeps sliding across the floor, place his bowls on a new personalized pet mat with slip-resistant backing.
13. Sweet(er) dreams
Freshen up your pet’s bed by washing the removable cover. Or, if it’s time for a new pet bed, find him something plush and soft with plenty of extra cushioning. Older animals especially will appreciate having a memory foam pet bed for pressure relief.
14. Animal attire
Winter shivers shouldn’t ruin this day. If your dog has short/thin hair or a weakened immune system, he might be more comfortable in a sweater or jacket. Just be sure to find a material that won’t cause your pet discomfort, and measure properly so that the fit is good. Socks or boots with grips can be helpful to elderly dogs or those in need of traction on slippery areas.
You have organizers for your own belongings, so why not give your pet the same treatment? Maintain your home’s cleanliness while adding a personal pet touch with these solutions.
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The Paws and Bones WaterHog® Pet Mat will catch spills and help preserve your spotless floors. This mat has a rubber backing to help prevent slippage, comes in multiple colors, and includes free customization.
Allow your pet to lounge with you while keeping your bed free of hair. Designed by Touch of Class®, the faux suede, double diamond-quilted Mason Ultimate Bed Protector can be monogrammed with your pet’s name.
Sustain the flow of your kitchen decor with the Pet Food Hideaway Storage Unit. With a hinged lid, two drawers, and two dishes, this wooden unit can hold your pet’s food, treats, and bowls—leaving your kitchen theme intact.
It’s a new year! What will 2022 bring for you and your family? Perhaps it will bring a new four-legged friend into your home. If that’s the case, here are some of the most popular dog names from 2021, according to rover.com. You can find even more great name ideas—the top 100—if you amble over to their blog.
Top 10 Male Dog Names:
Top 10 Female Dog Names:
Whether you’ve recently welcomed a new four-legged friend into your home or you’re spending quality time with your faithful furry companion, we wish you a very enjoyable holiday!
We hope you and your faithful pet have a purrfectly merry holiday—and a howling good 2022!
These adorable pups have gathered to recreate the nativity scene. Each dog sits obediently with an alert expression, as if putting on a Christmas pageant just for you! From Roman, Inc., the Dog Nativity Set is sure to become a cherished and unique part of your holiday decor. The set includes seven resin dog figurines of various breeds, as well as a box with a fold-down flap to create a stable display. Add this set to the mantel of your canine-loving home, or gift one to a fellow dog owner!
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