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Best In New Pet Products - For Dogs, Cats, Fish, Birds And More

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USB Hairbrush Humidifies Hair, Boosts Geek Cred

The USB Hairbrush from Japan's Thanko combines a standard hairbrush with a spray mist humidifier packing its own internal water tank, powered by your laptop computer or desktop PC. You may end up looking geekier than Ed Grimley but you won't have a single hair out of place, I must say.

The Effects Of 'Cute' On Human Behavior And Performance

What about looking at this image could possibly affect your subsequent behavior?  If you think this image is cute, look at some similar ones of baby animals; they might have a positive impact on your performance at work today.

Political Cats Create New Bill To Save Russian Felines

Zarathustra ran for President of Russia.  Hank is running for Senator in Virginia.  Two cats, worlds apart, but both political, and both sworn to do good for the world, no matter what.

The Big City Dog Whisperer In New CBS Series "Dogs In The City"

CBS is presenting a first for network TV; a dog whisperer straight from New York City, a Manhattan-based professional 'dog-guru,' who visits homes with dog problems just like cable stars Cesar Milan and Victoria Stilwell.  His name is Justin Silver, he's self-taught, and he's all New Yorker!

Japan's First Police Cat Rats Out Criminals

Beware the long paw of the law! Potential lawbreakers in Kyoto, Japan had better think twice before engaging in criminal acts because Iemon, Japan's first police cat, is on patrol... when he's not curled up asleep at the station, that is.

An Old Simple Gadget Made New By Biomimicry

The thumbtack, or 'drawing pin' as it was first named by the British, was invented more than a century ago.  It  is so simply designed, it's hard to think of how it could be improved... unless you happen to stick a few fingers into a box of these pins to try to pick one out just one from the pack. Ouch! 

 

Don't Kill Gambian Pouch Rats! Recruit Them

Annihilation by man or beast is not called for.  The giant African pouch rat, with its pouchy cheeks resembling a hamster, is easily trained.  So easily trained with food as treats that in its native Africa, the giant rat is used to detect land mines and tuberculosis. In Belgium, one of the countries where they are trained, the African giant pouched rat is called "heroRAT!"

Still Searching For Just The Right Pooper Scooper? Here's The Dog Dung Vacuum!

Everyone I know with a dog thinks they have the best idea for a pooper scooper.  Well, here's a new one: the Dog Dung Vacuum... a pooper scooper with power!

 

New TAGG™ Keeps Track Of Your Pets When You Can't

I will probably always remember the last night of 2011.  I tried to entice a lost dog to come to me so that I could read her tags and call her owner, but she was fearful and ran away.  I called the animal rescue, but it was closed, of course, and all I could do was hope... I guess, just like the owner.  But if the owner had outfitted the dog with one of the new Tagg™ digital trackers, he would have been alerted that she was not at home anymore...

What Did Poor Pets Get This Christmas?

Though it's reported that British pets suffered, gift-wise, from the downsized economy this Christmas, the American Pet Products Association estimated that 53 percent of dogs and 38 percent of cats in the U.S. received Christmas gifts this year - a relatively good stash for them, I'd say.  But what about pets from families who can hardly afford to feed them, let alone buy Santa hats for them?