Posts Tagged ‘dogs’

CISNO Cat Heating Pad Electric Warmer Pad Mat

Stop and Eat the Flowers was sent this unit at a discount to provide you with an honest review. CISNO Cat Heating Pad Electric Warmer Pad Mat http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B077P1YQY4 FEATURES: IC control box with LED indication Temperature display and 7 temperature levels to adjust(25-55 Celsius*) 55 degree thermal protector Single circuit provides consistent heat Soft PVC […]

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What do you want for Christmas?

There are two high tech feeders we use in our home, and they may have the solution for you. The Feed and Go automated feeder has 6 compartments and syncs up every hour to the network to keep the feeds on an accurate schedule. These feeders have an app, a web friendly interface, a camera, […]

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YouCaring for Miss Bailey, a boxer, who needs a new knee

A friend of mine has been working on this problem for a while. Bailey is a very active girl who came into their hearts as a rescue. First one knee went, and then the other. In the meantime, when he was going to work towards putting his puppy back together, she got gravely ill with […]

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Play hard, Lila

When I saw this little black smashed face dog for adoption on Petfinder, I thought it was great because of her coloring, and that I should go out to meet her. She was at Forget-Me-Not Pekingese Rescue out in California. I was living in Phoenix, ran it by my boyfriend, and then took my ex […]

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things happening

I woke up today, not wanting to leave the bed. Ate a pancake, drank some coffee. Cleaned the guinea pig pen. Clipped the 5 girls’ nails. Refilled the hay and gave them dandelion greens and italian parsley. Sifted out the cat litter boxes. Took the trash out. Had guinea pigs screaming at me again. Gave […]

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My Lila dog

I had a dog named Lila that lived with me for a few years. Tommy grew up with her. She wasn’t a loud dog. She never really barked, but occasionally she would growl when someone got too close with something she liked. Tommy learned to growl too. Since she moved away, Tommy doesn’t growl anymore. […]

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Did I talk about vaccines this year?

Option 1: The Vet. Probably the most costly, but it’s good to get your pet in for a checkup. Option 2: Mobile clinics. They move around and are reasonably priced Option 3: Non mobile clinic: Vetco on Sundays at Petco Option 4: Humane Society or ASPCA if they run shot clinics Option 5: Spay Neuter […]

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Hills Calculator

While they don’t have many breeds available to chose from, this tool shows you the parallel between you and your pet when they pack on extra pounds. http://www.hillspet.com/weight-management/pet-weight-compare-to-human-weight.html

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Working on school, video editing and butchering ways to make a crate for the cats to play in. The free wood was bad the cost wood split. I’m never using poplar again. Lila is doing well with my parents and played in the snow yesterday! However, my parents didn’t put a sweater on her 11 […]

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More news around here

I stopped going to that job. I’m still up by 8 am lately and doing things around the house. I bought a shock collar for the dog! It’s hilarious. Ok it’s not as bad as it sounds. It’s the same kind of zap you get from getting shocked opening your car door and holding a […]

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