Best In New Pet Products - For Dogs, Cats, Fish, Birds And More
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There are lots of puzzles on the market for dogs, but indoor cats need their noggins switched on too. And indoor cats have a tendency to gain weight, which can lead to digestive problems and less mobility. Fortunately, Aikiou didn't just design an interactive feeder for dogs, but a special feeder for cats, which slows down your pet's eating and digestion, as well as providing some fun!
Beast, the adorable new dog of Mark Zuckerberg and girlfriend, Priscilla Chan (Cilla, to Beast), has got himself a Facebook page, and I bet within a year, he'll have more friends than anyone ever did on Facebook! Especially, if he continues to update us. I wonder if Beast will garner as much interest as Bo, the Obama family dog?
Dogs are extremely sensitive to their owners' every move, and this sensitivity is even greater between dog handlers and their working dogs. The question, to Dr. Lisa Lit of the University of California, Davis, was whether or not a handler's beliefs might interfere with the results of a search, say, for drugs or explosives.
Yesterday, I wrote about ways you can delay or prevent cognitive dysfunction, or dementia, in your dogs and cats, but what if telltale signs are already showing up?
Who do we love most? Polls report it's our pets. And who do we see as superheros? Pets Are Superheros. And that's the name of the online company that will illustrate your pet as a superhero for just 25 bucks and a photo.
Isn't this pig smiling? He is playing with Beatrijs Voorneman, the designer of his new toys - ones she created to keep crowded farm pigs from attacking each other and getting bored.
Recently a study was published in the science journal PLoS ONE in which genetically modified sheep were put to various discrimination tests, and their performance was compared to that of non-modified sheep of the common variety, Ovis aries. On the way to developing a possible treatment for Huntington's disease, the researchers discovered that sheep are really very smart!