Best In New Pet Products - For Dogs, Cats, Fish, Birds And More
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Here's one difference between dog and cat lovers. Cat lovers love cats; dog lovers love specific breeds of dogs. Generalization? Well, that's what calendar publishers are telling us, because they print far more breed specific calendars about dogs than cats. I sent my dog Coca out digging for the doggone delightful ones and he came back with some - very proud of himself.
I spent this evening researching biodegradable poop bags. Maybe it wasn't as much fun as what you did, but I did learn something and I'm going to put it to use by purchasing some genuine biodegradable poop bags for my cat and dog tomorrow. One important thing I learned is that most waste bags that advertise themselves as being biodegradable are not!
You would think that K & H Pet Products, like cave men and women back in the day, just discovered fire... well, heat anyway. The company has gone loopy making heated blankets, beds, mats, bowls, and even perches and pond defrosters for your visiting birds! These new items all make great gifts for your favorite animal and winged friends this holiday season.
Get your inventions ready for Season 4 of the Emmy award-winning show, Everyday Edisons. Sorry, the casting directors are not coming to a city near you this year.... You're going to them... via the Internet. That's right. Season 4 casting will be conducted online through Edison Nation.
A physics grad student at Georgia Tech, Andrew Dickerson, conducted an interesting animal experiment in the hopes of it leading to a new design for a washing machine or something, perhaps, that had not been invented yet. He studied the number of shakes it takes for various animals to dry off.