For the 4 legged ones
awesome ideas for dog beds
cat photo booth. totally doing this.
Would absolutely love this is the study . . . my dogs would be in heaven!
Article on teaching your dog to come when called.
These instructions are very good to show you how to trim your dog's nails...It is important to keep them trimmed. Guillotine type clippers range from $6 -$20 and do the trick! Be sure to have a styptic stick or dust handy in case you cut too close (In time you will get the hang of how close to clip)
I get a lot of row 4 line 5 & row 5 line 1 from my dog.
Puppy tug toy made with strips of old t-shirts, such a good idea!
Importance of Dog's Dental Hygiene & Tips
Great idea for the dogs and it can be hidden when guests come over
Once you've determined the age in dog years you can use this chart to see the equivalent in human years. How to Tell a Dog's Age If you've taken in a dog whose age is unknown, there are some ways to determine his age. Here are some things vets check to get a general sense of how old a dog is: The Teeth: Dogs usually have a set of permanent teeth by their seventh month, so if you've come across a dog with clean pearly whites, he is likely a year old or thereabouts. Yellowing on a dog's back teeth may put the dog between one and two years of age, while tartar build-up at a minimal level could mean you have a dog between 3 and 5. Missing teeth or severe wear usually means the dog is a senior and could use some special dental care. Muscle Tone: Younger dogs are more likely to have some muscle definition from their higher activity level. Older dogs are usually either a tad bonier or a little fatter from decreased activity. The Coat: A younger dog usually has a soft, fine coat, whereas an older dog tends to have thicker, coarser (and sometimes oilier) fur. A senior dog may display grays or patches of white, particularly around the snout. The Eyes: Bright, clear eyes without tearing or discharge are common in younger dogs. Cloudy or opaque eyes may mean an older dog.