Blog Entries ( pet )

Innova Natural Pet Food: Ingredients to Keep Your Dog Healthy

September 8th, 2011

Pets went from being merely animals milling around the backyard to being our furry children and important family members. Pet food companies have responded to this change by offering food and treat choices without any harmful chemicals that can cause cancer or other ailments. Innova Pet Food offers food and treats that are farm-fresh and natural whole ingredients. The main ingredients in them ...

Pet Product Review: Teddy The Dog

August 27th, 2011
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I was excited to receive the Teddy the Dog products after checking them out on their very cool website. The items they offer are extensive and impressive. They offer products such as clothes, flip-flops, blankets, and more for the whole family. There are also fun things for your furry children, from doggy wear to collars and beds. The t-shirts for humans ...

Red Dog Wows Audiences But Star Wants To Snooze

August 14th, 2011
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  Red Dog has taken total box- office revenue of more than $3.9m, after Thursday-Saturday takings of $1.27m. Figures for yesterday were not available. Distributor Roadshow Films said the result was a 4 per cent increase on the previous weekend. It is unusual for a film to grow in popularity after its opening weekend. "It reflects the incredible word ...

Dog Owners Flunk AAA Survey

August 2nd, 2011
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Seventy-eight million dogs reside in more than 46 million U.S. households, according to the American Pet Products Association, and an increasing number of these furry companions accompany their families on road trips, day trips, and even local errands. However, in a vehicle, this can mean added distractions for the driver, and added dangers for all passengers, including pets. A recent survey ...

Senior Dog Adoption: Why You Should Consider Older Dogs

July 29th, 2011
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Adopting a senior dog has a lot of advantages. These golden oldies are already housebroken, obey obedience commands, and require significantly less exercise than their younger counterparts. Senior dogs are also surprisingly in demand with adopters, in part because “what you see is what you get.” A dog's size, personality, and energy level is already known. There's no guessing about what that small pup will become ...