Best In New Pet Products - For Dogs, Cats, Fish, Birds And More
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....The trick will be to hunt your dog down when you take out your vacuum so he will let you brush his fur with a vacuum cleaner.
Buy your cat any toy you want; in a few days he won't want anything to do with it. But cats never seem to tire of playing with paper bags and cardboard boxes. So, a cat litter box made of cardboard seems an obvious solution for two purposes. Of course the Katpak, with some eco-friendly kitty litter, is a clean ecological potty for home and for travel. But the other purpose, as you'll see in the video...
Instead of trying to identifying the culprits of that poop on the grass, dog poop is actually a welcome sight to the residents of Cambridge, Massachusetts, who are happily participating in the Park Spark Project. The objective of the project is to turn dog poop into methane gas and use it for energy. A relatively small amount of dog poop is already lighting one of the city's lamps - an eternal light from the power of dog poop.
For the fourth year in a row, we had a terrific group of costumes to choose from for Lady Bee's 2010 Pet Costume Awards. We're giving 13 awards in categories such as Best Lady Gaga, Best Church Bingo, Most Helpless, Fiercest, and Best Naughty Sex pet costumes. We also award a Grand Prize for the best pet costume overall. The winning entries came from the dog, cat and bird species. Sorry, no reptiles this year.
Birds in the wild can groom their nails, or claws, on the rough branches of trees. They can bathe in the rain, the ocean, bay, or brook. But what about pet birds? They also have a natural need to groom themselves.