Deluxe Lectro-Kennel Heated Mat Giveaway!!!

Giveaway-DeluxeLectroKennel002Pet Street Mall is having a Giveaway and we invite you to participate! One very fortunate pet lover will WIN the Small Deluxe Lectro-Kennel. This one of a kind Heated Mat has a Computerized Sensor that lets you adjust the temperature easily. Included is an easy to remove, soft, machine washable faux fleece cover in grey! The Deluxe Lectro-Kennel is a great choice for both dogs and cats. Your pet is going to love their new heated mat. Don’t miss out on this opportunity. The Deluxe Lectro-Kennel Giveaway ends on March 14th, 2014. Click Here to Enter!!!

How To Spot Arthritis in Your Dog

bigdogWhen the mercury starts to drop, it can be hard on your aches and pains. Creaky joints, tired muscles and mild arthritis can all be a problem in colder weather, but these problems don’t only affect people in northern states, it is also a serious concern for dogs, too.

Depending on the breed and health history of your pooch, arthritis may already be a problem for it. Sore hips and joint problems are more prevalent in certain breeds of canines, but it doesn’t mean that there aren’t preventative measures you can take to fight doggie arthritis. Click Here to Read About Good Health Care For Your Dog.

Keeping Pets Safely Contained

dogsinroadFor years letting pets play outside without your supervision was impossible. If you weren’t there to stop them they’d run into the street and potential harm, but you didn’t want to keep them locked inside all day either.

Building a screened-in area was expensive and underground fences were back-breaking to install – neither pleasant alternatives. Perimeter Technologies realized that Wi-Fi technology could be used to create a wireless fence system and the Wi-Fi pet fence was born.

Thanks to its ease to setup and simplicity of use, the Wi-Fi dog fence is among the best wireless fence on the market and is the only Wi-Fi fence available. Find out more here…

Deluxe Thermo-Kitty Heated Pet Bed Giveaway!!!

Giveaway-DeluxeThermoKittyBed002Pet Street Mall is having a Giveaway and we invite you to participate! One very fortunate pet lover will WIN the Small Deluxe Thermo-Kitty Bed in Tan. This heated pet bed has a thick, super soft, orthopedic foam base for comfort. An excellent choice for both cats and small dogs. The Deluxe Thermo-Kitty Bed has a removable zip off hood and a washable cover! Your pet is going to love their new heated pet bed. Don’t miss out on this opportunity. The Deluxe Thermo-Kitty Bed Giveaway ends on Feb. 28th, 2014.
Click Here to Enter!!!

Indoor Dog Pen

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There is a common misconception among dog lovers: dogs can only being happy if they live on a big ranch with wide open spaces. Actually, there are a number of dog breeds that are just as and sometimes more content spending their time in the comforts of their house. Actually, dogs are more likely to be stolen, poisoned, and beaten if they spend their alone time outdoors. So if you are heading off to work, don’t feel bad about your dog staying indoors. However, you will want to make sure that your dog is not rummaging through everything in the house if he is indoors all day. The best way to protect your possessions is with an indoor dog pen. These pens offer enough room for your dog to move around, stretch, and be comfortable. Indoor dog pens will set your mind at ease and make the prospect of your dog being home alone all day seem like nothing.

5 Table Foods That You Should Avoid Feeding Your Dog

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A lot of people love to feed their dogs scraps from the table, but you may want to think twice the next time you’re ready to hand your dog a piece of food. Not all foods are good for dogs because their bodies have different digestive systems than humans, so it’s important to be careful.

There are a lot of rumors flying around about what foods are dangerous to dogs. It seems that everybody has a different theory, and nobody is exactly sure. Well, Pet Street Mall has taken the time to put together a list of the most common and dangerous foods for dogs. Some may surprise you and some you may have heard about before. Check out the full scoop here…

7 Amazing Dog Facts

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Having a strong friendship is all about having a mutual understanding. One of your closest relationships may be with your dog, but how well do you really know him? Dogs are much more complex than many people think. They have pet peeves, strange attributes, and special talents. Some of these will probably surprise you and help you to gain a better understanding of this underappreciated member of the family. Pet Street Mall has “7 Amazing Dog Facts” that will blow your mind. To check them out, click here…

Do Dogs Wag Their Tails When They Are Happy?

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One of the widest held beliefs amongst dog owners is that a wagging tail means that their pup is happy. However, this is not entirely true. There are a number of reasons why a dog wags his tail, and if you pay attention to certain details, your dog’s reasons may become a little clearer.

The first thing that dog owners need to do to understand a dog’s “tail language” is pay attention to the kind of tail that the dog has. Each breed has a different kind of tail that can send off different signals. Once that is realized, things will become a whole lot clearer. To check out the full article, click here.

Common Canine Colds in the Winter

1377356_77218473When the mercury starts to drop and everyone around you starts getting sick, it can be a stressful time of year. Unfortunately, humans aren’t the only ones that are affected by colder weather. Rainy and snowy days affect our pooches in the same way they affect us. Sniffles, tiredness and common colds are risks for dogs during the winter months.

If you think your dog may be coming down with a cold, Click Here to Learn About the Common Canine Colds and How To Prevent Them.

Dog Flu Outbreak

flu-dogWe have all heard the expression “He’s as sick as a dog,” unfortunately; there is beginning to be some truth to it. Earlier this year veterinarians confirmed that Canine Influenza was spreading across dogs in different breeds of canines. The virus, which is contagious only among other dogs, has spread in years past, but this year seems to be particularly bad. The current virus attacks the respiratory system in dogs and is easily spread at dog parks. For more information on this flu-like dog virus, click here