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Product Review: Zuke’s Mini Naturals Wild Rabbit Recipe Dog Treats

Choosing the right dog treats for your pet can be difficult.  After all, dog treat quality and manufacturing ethics have come under scrutiny in recent years.  Many dog owners struggle to find high quality treats that are also budget-friendly.  Here, Zuke’s Mini Naturals Wild Rabbit Dog Treats will be reviewed. Zuke’s Mini Naturals Wild Rabbit Dog Treats (hereafter simply referred to as “Zuke’s”) are soft, miniature sized training treats that are made from real rabbit.  Each treat has only 3.5 calories, and they are free from common allergens such as corn, soy, and wheat.  Better yet, these treats are manufactured in the United States. These Wild Rabbit treats are the perfect choice as a high-value reward when training breeds with strong prey drives, such as Beagles, Labrador Retrievers, and Bloodhounds.  The scent of a favorite wild animal is far more enticing for most hunting dogs than peanut butter or chicken-flavored treats. The...
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Product Review: Harness Lead

Leash pulling, harness escaping, and fears of your dog’s leash becoming detached from the collar or harness are all common problems.  Here, the Harness Lead will be reviewed, which overcomes many of these issues. The Harness Lead is an intuitively designed product made from a single piece of exceptionally strong, woven nylon that can withstand up to 37,000 lbs of pressure.  This product is designed to wrap around the dog’s chest in order to eliminate choking and gagging that occur when pressure is applied to the trachea, such as with traditional no-pull products.  The Harness Lead applies pressure based on your dog’s movements, ensuring you never have to violently correct your dog.  Additionally, since the Harness Lead is comprised of one single piece of rope, you never have to worry again about a leash malfunction. The Harness Lead is a great product for anyone whose dog pulls.  Best yet, the...
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Product Review: Soggy Doggy Super Shammy

Do you struggle to dry your dog’s paws after a morning walk?  Is drying your pet after a bath both time-consuming and difficult?  Are you tired of muddy paws on your furniture?  We experienced these issues with our dogs, which led to purchasing the Soggy Doggy Super Shammy.  Here, the Soggy Doggy Super Shammy will be reviewed. The Soggy Doggy Super Shammy is a large (31’’ x 14’’) microfiber towel.  Covering the towel are additional microfiber nodules that increase the shammy surface area, resulting in extra water absorbance.  In fact, the manufacturer claims this towel can hold up to 7 times its weight in water.  This towel is great for wiping off muddy paws, since dirt and debris cling to microfiber more readily.  Additionally, the towel has hand pockets that improve your dog drying ability.  The Soggy Doggy Super Shammy is washer and dryer safe, adding to its convenience. This...
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A Look at Darwin Dog Food and the Truth Behind It

Today we will be looking at Darwin dog food, their treats, etc. Basically looking at the company overall, what experts have to say about them and what my dog Rosco actually  thinks about their products. Before going any further, we are going to assume that you already know about raw dog diets. If your dog is not on a raw diet but are researching if this type of diet is for your dog or if you are looking how to switch to a raw dog diet, we suggest reading out article called “Can My Dog Eat Raw Food?“. You may want to follow us on Facebook so you know once we have it ready (we also post cute photo’s lol). So, Who Is Darwin’s Natural Pet Products Gary Tashjian is the mastermind who founded Darwin’s Natural Pet Products. He did this after having health issues with his ten year old...
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To Prong or Not To Prong – Is A Prong Collar What You Need?

It is often seen as a cruel piece of equipment seen on dogs, but you can’t help but wonder if it is something that you and your dog should use. A metal, wide collar made up of links that include 2 prongs each that find their way through your dog’s fur and to his skin. It looks as though it could be quite painful, yet effective to end leash pulling. Is this something you could benefit from? Busting the Prong Myth The big question and debated hot topic when it comes to prong collars is whether or not they are painful to the dog. The short answer is that yes, they are painful. This is how they work. However, you can make something painful or uncomfortable without totally damaging your dog’s sensitive throat and this is what some dog trainers and owners use the prong for. Instead of relying on...
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WOODEN DOG KENNELS

Wooden dog kennels are a great option for those looking for a place for your dog to stay when you are out for the day or for the night when there are guests over. Why would you purchase a wire dog kennel? They look horrible and it makes your dog look like it is in a prison for hamsters. Not only that, the wire dog kennels tend to be built more cheaply. There are multiple options for you on the internet that will fit dogs of a variety of sizes. Mr. Herzher’s Pet Residence in Brown Mr. Herzher’s Pet Residence is a dog kennel that your dogs will like but will also look appealing to humans. The crate is built mostly out of wicker with small metal windows on both sides and a metal front door. The crate comes in four different sizes from small to extra-large. The small is...
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Dog Crate End Tables

Are you looking for an attractive way to crate your dog at night? Well then your best solution will probably be to buy a dog crate end table. These end tables fit at the end of your couch or other furniture and function just like a normal end table with one exception, the inside of the table is a dog crate with a door that can be closed. Most guests won’t look twice at the table unless your furry friend is hiding out in it. Brookstone’s Pet Crate End Table Brookstone is a company that is famous for selling a wide variety of luxury goods. Now they bring to you a dog crate end table. This end table is made out of solid wood and comes in two different sizes, one for small dogs and one for large dogs. The bottom half of the sides is comprise of a wooden...
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Dog Couch: The Best of the Best

Everyone loves dog videos. They are almost always cute. The reason behind this? Dogs are almost always cute even when they are slobbering, hey we didn’t say they couldn’t be disgusting at the same time. Want a way to make your dog even cute at home? Dog couches provide you a way to make your dog comfortable and cute at the same time. Dog couches are literally what they sound like, coaches for dogs. BioMedic Modern Pet Sofa Bed Can be found on Amazon here. This dog couch featured on Wayfair.com comes in multiple different colors and fabrics. The fabrics include denim, faux leather, microfiber, and vinyl. Each fabric comes in a variety of colors from the basics such as black and green to designs such as camouflage and leopard print. This dog bed is very modern in its design and is available in six different sizes from extra-small to...
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List of Dog Proof Cat Litter Box That Actually Work

There are a lot of great dog proof litter boxes out there. Typically the best option for those looking to keep those pesky pooches out of the kitty litter will want to find a top entry litter box. There are several other options out there though that are side entry with a smaller hole or something similar. They tend to be a touch more expensive though. How will you know which one to get though if there are so many on the market? We are going to list some of the best dog proof litter box available and talk a little bit about them so that you can make an informed decision. Let’s keep those pooches from making your kitty litter a mess. CLEVERCAT TOP ENTRY LITTERBOX Clevercat has come up with a great option to keep your dog out of the litter box. This top entry litter box has...
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A Pouch for Your Pooch? Buying a Dog Carrier

A lot’s been written about the benefits of a dog carrier backpack. We’ve seen the evolution from teaching your dogs to heel, to taking them into the supermarket (surreptitiously), to carrying them in baby strollers, to carrying them on your back. Why would a person want to carry a dog like a baby? Besides the obvious reasons of wanting to have your furry companion with you 24/7 for the sheer joy of unconditional love, let’s look at some other possible benefits of a dog carrier or a dog backpack. 1. Your lame dog. If you’ve ever had the experience of caring for a lame dog, you know what it is to suffer disappointment or even heartbreak. I’ll never forget when my dog Bailey started to lose the use of his back legs. He had been a victim of abuse and neglect, and after he served in a court case as...
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