November 28, 2008
November 21, 2008
November 20, 2008
Our Sis is home and has brought new treats. Those omega salmon things and crunchy little carrot treats. Very good, but the Sis thinks we are strange because we took the new treats, carried them to the family room, and set them down and examined them before we would eat them. We were just making sure they were on the up and up… Can’t be too safe (the Sis: really? Then why will you immediately stick any non edible object that falls onto the floor in your mouths?) what does everydog think? How do you act when you get brand new treats?
In other news, we now have a videos page and the “shiba smack down” video with fixed music is there.
November 19, 2008
From MSN DOG CENTRAL:
Q: Why does my dog like to burrow under the covers?
A: “Dogs are denning animals,” explains Kellyann Conway, treasurer of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers and co-founder of PetsIncredible, a media production company that develops pet-related media. In the same way that humans like to fluff up their pillows before settling in for the night, she says, some dogs like to create comfy beds and hide under clothes and sheets to make themselves feel safe, warm and comfortable. All breeds may do this, but terriers, hounds and huskies are more predisposed to burrowing than others.
There’s no downside or risk to letting your dog burrow, unless you don’t want dog hair under the covers. A separate dog bed might be handy to keep the hair out of yours. An additional bonus of your dog having the instinct to burrow is that it can make crate training easier, since being in a crate can mimic that denlike environment.
November 18, 2008
November 17, 2008
All I want for Christmas…
We both want: Rippys
Give your pets a toy they can really tear into! The fun and original Rippys™ Tear-Apart Dog Toy combines the plush pleasures of an animal-shaped toy (with detachable limbs!) with a ripping noise that dogs go wild over! A rippingly good alternative to shredding shoes and furniture.
Available in two designs, the Pig oinks and the Lion snarls. Limbs attach with heavy-duty Velcro connectors for countless hours of fun!
Akira wants: Hip Hound Doggie Ties
For the dignified dog! Our Hip Hound Doggie Ties turn an everyday collar into a fashion statement.
Dog tie features an elastic loop on the back which slides over most collars. Choose from Yuppie Puppy, The Boss, or Sloppy Kisser.
Shiro wants a pet rock house
We both want: bacon cheese and beer hot dog (NOT made of dog)
hollow out a few hot dogs, fill them with cheese, wrap them in Bacon and deep fry them….
We both want: