Just as if you’d said “leave it” after tossing out a treat, this alert pup waits for your next instruction. His eyes seem to be entranced by something in the distance. With a realistic appearance that will win you over, the Perky Pup Dog Sculpture features a detailed coat in white and tawny and a vigilant expression. Intricately crafted from resin, this charming dog sculpture measures 8.5”Wx9.5”Dx14”H.
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Sitting in your foyer or enjoying the sun in your garden, the Oliver Cairn Terrier Dog Sculpture brings cheer with an adorable expression on its face. The hand-cast outdoor accent is made of bonded marble resin and can be used outdoors seasonally. This dog figurine is USA-made with a hand-rubbed finish and a secret compartment in the bottom that’s perfect for hiding a spare key.
Available in moss or antique white, this sculpture perfect for pet lovers can be found on the Touch of Class® web site!
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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.
Brimming with your artificial flowers or faux greenery, the Kitten Trio Table Vase will be your favorite spring decoration. Depending upon the filler arrangement you choose, this vase can look as simple or as extravagant as you please. Made from resin and metal, this adorable vase features three waiting kittens, an openwork basket, and a stunning bronze finish. This 10″H decorative table vase also makes a wonderful gift for the fellow cat lover in your life!
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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.
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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Brighten up your holiday with enchanting furry friendship. The magic of Christmas abounds in the Dogs and Cats Watching Santa Canvas. Perfect for any pet lover, this seasonal wall art features a wintry scene of household pets watching Santa and his reindeer fly through a sky sparkling with stars.
Light up any room with the twinkling fiber optic and LED lights accentuating Santa’s sleigh, decorating the snowy pine trees, and illuminating the winter sky. Three cats and two dogs witness Santa’s arrival, wondering at the gifts he’s about to deliver. Designed by ©The MacNeil Studio, this canvas is gallery-wrapped over a wooden frame and measures 24”Wx1”Dx36”H. The lights work via an on/off switch and require three of your AA batteries.
The perfect art piece for the pet parent in your life, the Cats and Dogs Watching Santa Canvas Wall Art will captivate guests with holiday spirit. Shop our entire collection of Pet Christmas Canvases on the Touch of Class® web site!
The holidays are an un-fur-gettable time for your pets. Full of vim and vigor, these dogs and cats look forward to their visit with Santa “Paws” along with the toys, treats, and all of the magic that he brings.
Sure to be a “howladay” favorite, these collectibles for 2021 depict Santa Claus with truly lovable characters that will paw at your heart. These resin Possible Dreams® Clothtique™ Santa figurines have signature brass tags and Clothtique™ stiffened fabric. Each is expertly handcrafted, hand-sewn, and handpainted with extraordinary attention to detail.
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Perfectly dressed in a red hat and antlers, these pups are beggin’ for Donuts for Doggies. Make sure these Christmas critters do not miss out on their favorite treat this holiday season.
A Basketful of Kittens is the “purr”fect Christmas gift. You gotta be “kitten” if you think you can decorate with a cuter Christmas trio.
Loose your spirit on the winds of the open plains with Horse Home Decor. The strength and grace embodied by these beautiful pets are sure to enchant your guests and feature your love for all things equine.
Lovely palomino, chestnut, and bay horses add color to your décor with sculpted details and realistic coloring. Place a table sculpture on a table or mantle to draw guests’ eyes to man’s faithful companion. Or add that final touch to your walls with finely detailed and handpainted switchplates.
Display the strength of these marvelous pets with minimal coloring and the illusion of flowing movement. Show your Kindred Spirit with unique and dimensional golden bronze wall art. Illustrate the deep feelings of our equine friends with an exclusive table sculpture of two horse busts nuzzling together and forming an intriguing heart shape.
For more lovely horse and pet décor, visit the Touch of Class® web site!
Does it feel like languid summer where you live, or is there a cool fall nip in the air? Perhaps you and your pet are taking advantage of the break in the heat to get active outdoors, or maybe you’re curled up inside, indulging in a new season of television. Autumn poses its challenges to pets, like any season, but with a few precautions, you’ll still have plenty of fall fun. Take a look at these reminders from PetMD and the ASPCA.
If only fall didn’t come with fewer hours of daylight! Take care when walking your pet, keeping in mind that the reduced light makes it more difficult for drivers to see the two of you. Wear reflective gear and bring along a flashlight; you might even consider a light-up collar for your pet. Ensure that your pet’s tag and/or microchip information is up to date.
You might feel like your dog needs a refresher on what he learned in obedience school, but he certainly doesn’t need any school supplies! Keep glue sticks, markers, and other school supplies out of pets’ reach. Even an item with low toxicity can be harmful in other ways (as a choking hazard or the cause of a blockage).
Don’t let your pet be lured by the taste of antifreeze. This temptation is extremely toxic to pets, even in small amounts. Check your car for leaks, clean up spills immediately, and keep your pet away from areas where antifreeze is stored. Seek veterinary attention if your pet ingests it.
Likewise, rodenticides are toxic to pets and should be used with extreme caution. Place them in an area that is completely inaccessible to pets.
Most mushrooms are not harmful to your pet, but a small percentage of them are toxic. It’s best to remove them from your yard and to keep your curious pet away from an area where mushrooms are growing. Consult your veterinarian immediately if your pet ingests a wild mushroom.
Fleas and Ticks
Just because temperatures dip doesn’t mean it’s safe to stop your pet’s preventative medication. In most areas, autumn is one of the worst seasons for fleas and ticks. Consult your veterinarian, who will probably suggest that you continue your pet’s flea and tick preventatives year round. Follow label instructions carefully, and use only the dosage that is appropriate for your pet.
Be aware of cold snaps and drops in nighttime temperatures. Ensure outdoor pets have adequate food, water, and shelter. If you take your indoor pet outside, keep in mind that he may not be able to withstand cooler temperatures for long periods of time.