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Do you need to fill your dog’s stocking for Christmas? The Fopper’s Gourmet Dog Treat Bakery presents cute little dog treats made from safe ingredients that you can eat. It is very important to know what goes in that furry friend’s stomach. Let them enjoy the holidays with you with the “Joy to the World” Gourmet Treats Gift Set. The treats are peanut flavored and delightful for your pet’s enjoyment!

 

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December 16, 2013 7:06 pm

Storing feed is frustrating at times. Feed attracts vermin when bags are open, animals can get in, your own pets can even get into the bag and cause a mess! Feed is not as fresh if open and a container is needed to store them to ensure that they are palatable and safe to your animals. Moisture and mold is a huge problem in feed and storage containers can help! There are many types of storage containers. The Aut-O Dine 25 Feeder is easy loading and a combination feeder that can hold up to 25 pounds of dry dog food. This feeder can be mounted on a wall or fence for space efficiency. This feeder could also be used for other animals, such as cats, poultry, and goats. The Stack-N-Store Stackable Storage Bin is highly recommended if you have multiply species and breeds of animals, different diets, or even mixtures of feeds. This storage bin has multiple uses and are latchable. They keep food fresh and dry. The Storage Dispenser 30 is a fresh and efficient way to store and dispense your pet food. It is made from a very durable plastic and can be easily removed from a wall to refill. It will hold around 25-30 pounds of dry dog food, but this may change depending on the type of food you are storing. All you need to do is squeeze the handle for the exact amount of feed you need, and the food will dispense.

 

 

 

 

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November 22, 2013 5:41 pm

Crate training is one way to help your dog get the habit of potty training easier and have a safe den to sleep in, however for those long days you are not home during the day, the pet gate may be your alternative. Pet gates are recommended for puppies and older dogs. They help you confine them to a safe area of the house while you are not home, and give the dog ample space and area to play and roam.

Restricting Access

By containing your puppy and older dog into a specific area of your house, you are providing your pet with a safe area. If you have some behavior problems, such as eating food off the table, or getting into the garbage, the pet gate is a great way to have the dog still roam yet not conduct that behavior. As for puppies, they tend to be destructive during their younger years and their bladders and bowels are not as strong as the older dog. The Pet gate will keep them in their designated area so they can learn their potty areas, yet at the same time do not chew on your favorite shoes.

Protection

Many houses have stairs. The Pet gates can simply protect your pet from tumbling down the stairs and injuring itself or if there is a feud among animals, the pet gate can separate the pets until they calm down. Just like children, multi pet households can have arguments as well. Animals are very intelligent creatures.

Considerations

There are two basic types of pet gates. Some screw into the doorway and remain mounted there and others are pressure mounted. Knowing your pet and its personality and behavior will help you decide which gate consideration you will want. If you have a stronger breed, you will want a gate that is much stronger and will not fall over when your dog pushes it.  If you have a puppy, you will need to remember that they will chew plastic and wood models. Take in consideration that they may need a model that will better suit them as well.

What types of Gates are there?

If you are in the market for a pet gate, you are in luck! Pampered Pet Supply has many types of gates for your pet. If you have stairs and need an angular pet gate, the Angle Mount Safeway Gate is a great choice. It is perfect for top of stairs applications, which includes walls and staircase balusters that do not line up. The hinges and latch hardware can be mounted on an angle. This gate is heavy duty steel, therefore perfect for the stronger breed dog or for a puppy. The Kidco Gate has a magnet lock technology that automatically draws the door closed, guaranteeing a lock every time! There is no damage to the wall with this gate and it installs quickly. This gate is also made from heavy steal. No tools are needed! This gate works for anywhere around the house in which you want to confine your dogs or puppy to one area. The Auto Close ConfigureGate is a perfect gate for an extra wide or odd shaped area, including the bottom of a stair case. Many of these gates come with extensions in which Pampered Pet Supply Offers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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November 21, 2013 1:50 pm

Some dogs are difficult to train and clicker training may not be an option. Sometimes a bad behavior needs to be stopped immediately. The PetSafe Remote trainers are light weight receivers. You can train a small dog or large dog depending on which receiver you choose in the option bar. This receiver allows you to train your dogs at home or at the park up to 100 yards away! There are 10 levels of correction, which is the shocking part. If you do not want to use the the shock, you can train by the tone only stimulation. The hand held transmitter is weather resistant letting you to train your dogs in all weather conditions!

 

 

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November 16, 2013 5:23 pm

Some dogs are independent and it gets tiresome letting them out to do their business. The scratching on the door gets troublesome when they are wanting out. A solution to that is the Staywell Pet Doors. With three sizes to choose from, you can add them to your door or wall and let your dog do the rest! This door is perfect for cats too. Let your pet adventure the outdoors without you worrying if there is an accident in the house or a nick on the door. Let the Staywell Pet Door take care of your needs.

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November 7, 2013 4:52 pm