Black Patent Bow-Tie Collar

Your four-legged best friend is family, so on special occasions or just because you love him, you will want to dress him up with a beautiful black patent bow-tie collar 

This is a beautiful tuxedo collar.  Made of black patent leather, with a bow made with white rhinestones set in sterling silver.  Very elegant, would be great at weddings or any occasion where your dog will be the talk of the day.  It comes with matching dog leash too.  A great value. Comes in Small, Medium, Medium Large and Large

He will be the envy of every other dog present, and your dog will feel so special and loved.

Beautiful black patent leather bow tie
Black patent leather dog collar and rhinestone bow

Halloween dog collars, leashes and harnesses

Christmas collars for your favorite pooch

Christmas is coming and with it a lot of parties and fun times.  You like to dress up in fancy clothes and go to great parties, but what do you have planned for your 4-legged best friend.  Maybe you like to dress your dog with fancy clothes, but what really stands out is a beautiful rhinestone dog collar, or a gorgeous rhinestone dog harness, with matching rhinestone leashes,  such as these to dress up your favorite pooch.  All the other dogs will be envious of your pooch, knowing how much you must love your baby to dress them in such beautiful jewels.

How to have a healthy dog

Dear Dog Owner,

Sounds like “easier said than done,” doesn’t it?

 

Well, we can’t teach you how to speak “canine,” but we can give you the tools to reach a better understanding of what life is like for your pet.

Starting today, learn the facts about what your dog really needs to survive longer and healthier.

If you are looking for a newsletter on how to train your pet or how to engage in obedience training, this is not for you.

How to Have a Healthy Dog Newsletter is for the dog owner who wants to better understand the health of their pet so you know when it is appropriate to take serious action to assist a vulnerable or ailing dog.

Do you know that:

  • Dogs shouldn’t be given chocolate? Do you know why?
  • Dogs get allergies just like people. Can you identify them?
  • How to give your dog CPR?

Are you giving your dog nutritional food? Walk down the aisle in the grocery stores and you will see every kind of dog food that you can imagine.

Are you randomly selecting your pets diet based on what’s the cheapest? Go ahead, admit it. . .most of us do, but we are really short changing our pet when we buy based on cost.

Discover what the best food is for your pet, not the thousands of other dogs on the planet. By all means, comparison shop, but don’t cut your pet short on his diet to save a few pennies.

How to Have a Healthy Dog will reveal what you need to do in order to assure that your pet is getting the proper nutrients for his size and age. Remember. .knowledge really is power!

Down to the “nitty gritty”

Do you think that you have taken every precaution to see to it that your dog does not become ill? Well, let’s see. Are you under the impression that “distemper” and “rabies” are the same illness?

You’d be surprised how many people believe they are the same. They aren’t and each needs to be treated properly. We’ve all been there and believe we know everything there is to know about our pets. Unfortunately, that isn’t the case.

More Burning Questions. . .

  • Is it true that dogs can cough?

  • What are intestinal parasites?

  • Should we feed our dog meat, carbohydrates or fat?

  • How can we control flea infestation?

  • What is heartworm?

  • What is Leptosporosis?

We are all familiar with the “standard” diseases that we hear about in dogs. But, rabies, distemper and parvo are not the only diseases our dogs are vulnerable to. There are others that, while they are familiar in the veterinary world, we know nothing about.

See if you can identify these:

  • Canine kennel cough

  • Infectious Canine Hepatitis

  • Canine Coronavirus

  • Lyme disease

Get the answers to these questions and much more from How to Have a Healthy Dog. Don’t wait. Grab the information you need to put your pet on the road to good health and nutrition!

Just enter your name and email address, and you will receive the information in a newsletter.

P.S. Never before has it been so easy to have all the info you need on how to have a healthy dog! Usually, you’d have to buy a ton of books to search for your answer. And even then you may not find it!

2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 4,100 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 7 years to get that many views.

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Thanksgiving safety tips for your dog

“Thanksgiving Day Pet Safety Tips:

1. Give treats, not scraps. Instead of offering dangerous table scraps or leftovers, give your dog an extra doggy treat instead. His favorite type of dog treat, a couple of carrots, frozen peanut butter in a treat toy, even an extra serving of his own kibble are all safe treats that will still give your dog a taste of holiday cheer.

2. No bones about it. Resist that urge to throw your dog a bone. According to Dr. Jules Benson, VP of Veterinary Services at Petplan Pet Insurance, turkey bones are soft and, like all fowl bones, are hollow, so they can splinter easily, causing damage and/or obstruction to your pet’s digestive tract.

3. Secure garbage. Every vet we spoke to said most often the dogs that come to the emergency room got there from getting into the garbage, where they ingest not only too much turkey, but also harmful things like bones, chocolate, plastic wrappers, etc. Keep the tempting garbage out of reach of your dog. The safest place is outside or in a room the dog is blocked from.

4. Holiday plants, a deadly beauty. Most of the indoor plants we like to decorate with during the holidays—poinsettias, mistletoe, holly, autumn crocus, Thanksgiving cactus—are toxic to pets. Keep these out of reach of your pet, or, better yet, buy fakes.

5. Get help. If your pet does ingest something, call your vet or the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435 (charges apply). Know which emergency vet clinics will be open during the holiday weekend and have their telephone number and address handy.

Have a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving! ”

From dog channel.com