We can think of a lot of things we'd rather do than clean our dog's teeth: Wash the dishes, clean the car, mop the floor. We'd gladly tackle any of these chores before zeroing in on that smelly set of canines. Thankfully, there's a new interactive chew toy that can make the task a little less scary.
Precision Pet's new Spinz toy contains all-natural ingredients that promote good dental hygiene. Injection molded with parsley, the 100-percent edible toy helps freshen the stinkiest doggie breath. And the bone-shaped bumpy surface rotates, scraping and cleaning your pup's teeth as he plays, helping to prevent gum disease.
The dog days of summer are fast approaching, and your pooch deserves nothing but the best in warm-weather gear. Now is the time to splurge on a just-launched Snub dog bed.
Many of us are looking for whole, natural, locally-sourced ingredients in our food - why shouldn't we extend the practice all the way to the snacks we give our dogs?
The new line of treats from Isle of Dogs includes 100 percent natural fruit and vegetable-based ingredients, and the treats don't come with any added fillers or synthetic vitamins.
Jersey Shore's Vinny Guadagnino was definitely looking "fresh to death," as his castmates would say, on Friday when he landed with the rest of the cast in Florence, Italy, sporting a sky blue tee with an animal-friendly message.
We can't resist buying our children clothing and accessories with super cute animals on them – but wouldn't those items be even cuter if they could actually help a furry friend in need?
That's the philosophy behind the new family-run website AnnieWear.com. The company makes and sells its own adorable animal-themed children's clothing and accessories – inspired by the family's rescue pup Annie – and donates a portion of proceeds to pets charities.
We all know who man's best friend is. But an even better friend at 6 a.m. when your beloved pooch needs a walk? Coffee.
If you're the type of person who's got her heart on her sleeve, you might want to try out a new look and move your emotions a bit higher – right on the top of your head.
Thanks to a new product called Necomimi, you can do just that, and look as cute as a cat in the process.
The gadget, which looks like a regular headband with cat ears on it, actually uses special sensor technology to pick up on your brain's activity. When you're focused or happy, the ears perk up, and they settle back down when you're relaxed.
What little kid doesn't love drinking from a personalized cup, and why wouldn't a dog love it just the same? Treat your pup to some custom lovin' with Kim Berger's personalized bowls.
While waiting for a flight out of Los Angeles on March 18, jewelry designer Nancy Anderson became fixated on news footage of two dogs who survived Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami. One was injured and the other one, who was visibly shaking in fear, wouldn't leave his injured pal's side.
Anderson was happy to learn later that the dogs were taken to a local shelter and that the wounded pup recovered well – but Anderson, a dog-lover, couldn't help but think of all the other stranded pets in need.
My dog is not a fetcher. He's more of a ... sitter. Or a farter maybe, on certain days. So for the sake of this experiment, I borrowed my neighbor's German short-haired pointer, Ruby, who may be the best ball retriever in the world, or at least on my street. I took Ruby to the local elementary school field to test Planet Dog's new Wood Chuck ball chucker.