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Sep
4
2014

Why Hunters Choose Dogtra Collars

If you have ever been out in the brush hunting for wild prey, you know that it doesn’t take much for something to spook an animal on your hunt. Whether it’s stepping on a twig or clearing your throat, one of the most important parts of tracking an animal is being silent. Unfortunately, a poorly […]

Sep
3
2014

Richell Brings Japanese Artistry to American Pet Owners

Whether you are looking for a modern pet gate with stylish appeal or a new way to potty train your pooch, there is a Japanese company that has been introducing innovative products to the American pet market for more than a decade. Richell, a company that was been around since 1960 is a trusted brand […]

Sep
3
2014

Spray Collars Take the SHOCK out of Bark Collars

When you have a dog that has a booming bark that can startle the whole neighborhood, you need to take action before you become the outcast of the entire block. Barking is a natural skill that some dogs have and some are louder than others. However, if you have dog that barks excessively and you […]

Sep
2
2014

Wireless Dog Fences Keep Pups Close & Safe

If you own a dog, you’ve probably noticed that they enjoy running…a lot! Some enjoy it so much that they don’t want to stop. While you know where your property begins and ends, your new pup doesn’t know and likely doesn’t care as long as the wind is in his face. But this poses safety […]

Sep
2
2014

PetSafe Develops New Ways To Keep Pets Inbounds

When you own a dog, one of the hardest things to do is keep them safe. As their name would suggest, PetSafe, the world’s leader in pet products, has dedicated their business to developing products that do just that. The latest lineup of PetSafe pet accessories were designed to keep Fido safe, even if you […]

Aug
29
2014

Dog Beds Can Benefit Your Health

There’s nothing quite like having a warm, furry body sleeping next to you. Having the dog in your bed brings a sense of comfort and camaraderie. Your pet is a living, breathing (and likely snoring) sleeping buddy. However, sleeping with your dog can drive allergies berserk. In fact, allowing your dog to sleep in your […]

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