The 4-legged boutique is busy looking for new and innovative pet products. Lately we came across some interesting dog items that for our opinion worth check.
1. Keeping lawn healthy without those burned patches.
We have Libbi, a cute female dog who loves the backyard. The problem is that the lawn doesn’t love her back. We have all around burned patches. I was trying all those crazy suggestions i found over the internet like “pour lots of sugar on that are” or clean the area of the dead lawn and just water it for so and so. Well, nothing worked and i did not want to give her those PHP pills.
Now help is here and it’s called the Dog Rocks. Natural rocks found in Australia. All you have to do is place them in your dog’s water bowl with the drinking water, and they will remove nitrates and other unwanted ingredients found naturally in water. The water will be a cleaner, healthier and a happy good looking lawn. Price is reasonable and each pack lasts about two months.
2. Giving pills to the dog and he’s asking for more.
I am sure most of pet owner had to struggle, open his mouth and pushing your fingers deep in your dog’s mouth just to give a small pill. How many times he laughed at you and and spit it out??
Now help is here and it’s called Pill Pocket. Small chicken or duck treat that had a pocket in it. All you need to do is push the pill in it and Voila, give it to Fido and he’ll ask for more.
3. High-tech goes to pet id tags non- invasive, no monthly fee.
Yes, i know, Microchiping our pets is important and i did it with my dogs in case they’ll decide to go on a vacation without me. BUT, and for me it’s a big but. From statistic done by the ASPCA only very low percents of lost pets find their way to a near shelter or a vet. As far as i know they are the only who have the microchip reader. That is why you must have an ID tag with your info on it. BUT, yes i have another but. Let say your dog ran away, people who don’t know him may be afraid to touch his collar or even come too close, and here is the solution. It’s the QR ID Tag. QR stands for “Quick Response” it’s a unique code you create in a minute, with any information you like to put in and it can be read with any Smartphones using a Barcode reader app that can be downloaded for free. No need to touch the pet, just open the app and scan the QR and all info will pop-up. Available for cats and small dogs and for medium and large dogs.
4. Rain bandana, fun solution for unexpected rain.
This one is genius in its simplicity. The cute rain bandana on dogs neck is converted to a water-resistant raincoat when needed. When the rain ended, just roll it back. That’s it!!
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