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Canine Pool Float

How to Clean a dog's ears #pets #infographic

Must do... Send a picture of your dog and they'll make you a stuffed one. And the money goes to help shelter animals. This is awesome!

SO DOING THIS!!! --Send a picture of your dog and they'll make you a stuffed one. And the money goes to help shelter animals. Great gift idea!

Dog Lips

Six do-it-yourself food puzzles that will help keep your dog mentally and physically active.

10 Designer Doghouses Built for Comfort | DIY Network

This would be super cute and handy for our pups! We would just have to make it a little shorter....

I want this so bad!! How to Start a Jellyfish Tank in 12 Steps

❤ Do you know how many dogs survived the sinking of the Titanic? Do you know which breed of dog is most likely to help you get a date? (True!) ❤

Give your dog a window to the world with the PetPeek Fence Window. | 28 Ingenious Things For Your Dog You Had No Idea You Needed

3 signs your pet may have seasonal allergies #infographic

We didn't do it! "Buddy you are supposed to keep her out of trouble, not help her get in it. But boss it was such a sweet deal I couldn't resist!"

"Healthy vs Harmful Food for your Dogs" infographic by @CityLeash. *** A note about Human Medications ... Yes, your veterinarian may prescribe many medications for your dog that are also used for humans. In some instances, they may even recommend over-the-counter options found in a drug store. The key thing here however is talking to your veterinarian! Get their opinion BEFORE giving your dogs any medication.

How to Deal with an Overly Excited Dog: When people have an excited dog, they often try to run away from a situation. However, it's better to just help your excited dog through the situation.

Install an acrylic doggie window in your fence for your watchdog.... So cute! krg023

I Just Want to Pet My Great Dane Mug: Great Danes, Microwave Safe, Gift Ideas, Pet, Maximum Durability, Fur Babies, Greatdanes

These 10 warning signs may help you detect cancer in your pet early on. Don't forget to always consult your vet.