This outdoor relief station is a water-proof tent (4' x 4' x 3') which will keep your dogs dry in the rain and snow. The Poop TentTM is hailed by veterinarians as a shelter for sick and injured dogs, as well as dogs who simply don't want to get wet!
Posted by Erika at 9:30 AM
* 1 cup wheat flour
* 1 cup grated cheddar cheese
* 1 tablespoon garlic powder ( not garlic salt!)
* 1 tablespoon soft butter or margarine
* 1/2 cup milk
Mix flour and cheese together. Add garlic powder and softened butter. Slowly add milk till you form a stiff dough. You may not need all of the milk. Knead on floured board for a few minutes.
Roll out to 1/4 inch thickness. Cut into shapes and place on un-greased cookie sheet.Bake 350 degrees oven for 15 minutes. Let cool in oven with the door slightly open till cold and firm. Refrigerate to keep fresh.
We hope your best friend enjoys this tasty dog food recipe!
Posted by Erika at 10:35 AM
I know this is a dog blog but I found this at Apartment Therapy whilst snooping around for stuff for Cribcandy. And although its not a dog, you still have to appreciate the giant hairball that was created from that kitty kats hair! I used to love wadding freshly clipped hair (i'm a dog groomer by trade) into felted balls all the time.
Posted by Erika at 3:19 PM
A modern spin on the classic standard of American bike baskets. Perfect for the cycling pet enthusiast or to cruise or haul groceries. Designed specially by the White family of New England for your pet's enjoyment, safety and comfort. Deep enough to comfortably fit a cat or small dog up to 13 lbs and 13" at the shoulders. The Wicker Cruiser Pet Bicycle Basket fits all styles of bicycle handle bars.
Calling All Dogs
Posted by Erika at 2:53 PM
The Pup-Head™ Portable Dog Potty is perfect for boats, indoor use, travel and as a housebreaking aid. Made With K9 Grass from Foreverlawn Inc that looks and feel like real grass, made with dogs in mind. An organic attractant is added which is a scent your dog understands. This helps your dog know what to with little training. A unique plastic grate allows urine to drain to the bottom of the pan. There is nothing to replace or refill. The Pup-Head™ will pay for itself in savings on pad replacement and carpet cleaning.
Also chech out the Penthouse Potty and the Pet-a-Potty.
Posted by Erika at 2:47 PM
Lulu lost her leg to cancer and is going through chemo now and her bills are adding up. Help Lulu's mom by donating $40.00 and she will send you a shirt with the I heart tripods logo on it or for $30.00 get a tote.
"The way to look at this isn't as a store, but as a donation site. Different donation amounts get you different gifts (kind of like a PBS Pledge Drive). It's the Lulu Pledge Drive people, spread the word."
Tripod Charity Gear
Posted by Erika at 2:35 PM
"It might seem simple, but the right plant just screams festive, and it's just the thing for the impossible to please. Dig doesn't specialize in standard wreathes; instead they've made topiary holiday dogs ($280), aromatic rosemary trees, and offbeat poinsettia arrangements the new host gift (and you'll need plenty). Dig, 79 Atlantic Avenue; 718-554-0207"
Posted by Erika at 1:49 PM
The bright LED lights flicker whenever your dog takes a step. A great secondary collar for walks in low light; the batteries will last for over six months! Pliable rubber housing stays soft, won't corrode and works great when it's damp outside. Just $14.50!
Posted by Erika at 12:03 PM
The distinctive claw design mimics the human hand with a spread of over 6 inches. So enabling it to pick up all but the abnormally large!
Whilst the reverse spring cleverly allows for a simple method of collection, without the need for batteries!
The SWOOP should never come into contact with dog feces, so it never needs cleaning! If you do wish to clean it simply wash with warm soap and water.
Posted by Erika at 3:45 PM
Place the treat in one of the 6 spiral-shaped channels. Your dog has to try to get it out using the four sliders. The treat has to be pushed with the sliders to one of the ends of the channels, where there is an opening for the treat to fall out of. If the slider is pushed quick enough, then the treats really fly out the sides of Dog Turbo.
Could your dog do this?
Posted by Erika at 3:41 PM
Miami based Luminaire teamed up with Christie’s to help 'puppies fight cancer'– that is, they had 36 world renowned artists, architects and designers to convert a Magis Puppy by Eero Aarnio into a beautiful and unique creation. Artists like Elke Walter, Antonio Citterio, Marcel Wanders, Ryan McGuinness, Shigeru Uchida and many more donated their time and final product to the project. The results, as you can see here, are truly great! 100% of proceeds from the sale of these pups goes directly to cancer research at the University of Miami Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Posted by Erika at 2:08 PM
"Songs To Make Dogs Happy!" is the first qualitatively and quantitatively researched musical CD, based upon 200 canine participants' responses to what THEY would like to hear in songs!
The Laurel Canyon Animal Company and Dr. Kim Ogden, a nationally known Intuitive Animal Communicator, worked together to create music dogs love to listen to! A CD with 12 songs that will make your dog happy!
Posted by Erika at 5:10 PM
The STA-ON diaper harness is intended for use with baby disposable diapers to reduce/eliminate stains and damage from accidental soiling. It is suitable for elderly animals who have lost control of their bladder, female animals that are undergoing menstruation, and young animals that are not yet house trained.
Posted by Erika at 3:43 PM
According to the statistics of a reliable polling institute the number of pet dogs in Berlin is estimated to be around 250,000. The artist believes it is about time to erect a monument to the Berliner’s best friend, which he proposes with irony through his pictogram made of dog bowls, nightstands of dog-food boxes, etc. The basket bed is therefore no accident!
Posted by Erika at 3:14 PM
I realize that we are going into winter and most of you are not thinking about swimming pool ramps and cooling pads for your dogs (unless you live here in So Cal where its like a million degrees out) But now is the best time to snatch up these elaborate goodies that are on sale and ripe for the pickin. Buster will thank you next summer for it.
Posted by Erika at 4:08 PM
I have no idea where I first saw this, I've been storing it on my computer for months and every time I see it it makes me giggle. Here's a little background on me- I am a master certified pet groomer with about 16 years of experience. I have often fantasized about putting funny poodle clips onto sheep. I guess I'm not the only one.
Posted by Erika at 4:17 PM
It all started as a joke idea from the whacky, yet creative mind of TMS member James Horecka, while enjoying lunch on a Friday afternoon. James thought it would be funny to make a PRT, or Puppy Rapid Transit vehicle, and send a picture to TMS headquarters for a laugh. Quickly the concept grew beyond a single car PRT vehicle into a monorail train full of puppies! By 3 PM that afternoon, parts were being purchased for the project.
Posted by Erika at 1:50 PM