UPDATE 10/15/2010: PLEASE READ AT LEAST SOME OF THE COMMENTS THIS POST HAS GENERATED BEFORE YOU MAKE A PURCHASE DECISION.
Has anyone tried this product? I got an ad in my e-mail about it, and I’m trying to decide what I think of the Potty Patch.
My kids went to see Beverly Hills Chihuahua the other day – they absolutely loved it! The movie features the voices of Hollywood heavyweights Drew Barrymore, Jamie Lee Curtis, Andy Garcia, and Edward James Olmos – remember him from “Miami Vice”?
There’s a new robot on the market, designed specifically to clean up pet hair. A new level of housekeeping technology, or is it “for the dogs”?
iRobot Corporation, the makers of the Roomba robot vacuum cleaner, have just introduced the Roomba Pet vacuuming robot. It’s designed to pick up hair and other stuff left behind by pets, with a large sweeper bin to hold lots of Fido-fur and special cleaning tools to clean hair and dander from the brushes.
At nearly $400 it may not be a bargain, but for someone continually challenged by the amount of dog hair around the house it might be just the thing! It could also be a cool gift for any dog owners who are also “gadget geek” that love to have the latest electronic devices.
If you own a mutt, as I do, you may have spent some time wondering what breeds went into his making. Thanks to a new test from BioPetVetLab.com, it doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg to find out.
Century Foods has introduced a new line of bottled water for dogs that the company’s director of sales is calling a “hydration treat for dogs”. Sold under the brand name Hero Enhanced Dog Water, Century’s dog water is the latest entry into the soon-to-be-crowded dog water market.
Honda has decided that a key demographic of potential car buyers in Japan is that they love dogs! (Of course, who doesn’t?) In fact, the Japanese have more dogs and cats than they do children under the age of 15. As a result, Honda has begun designing cars specifically to be canine-friendly and even has a website devoted to the initiative: honda.co.jp/dog/. (It’s in Japanese, but you can look at the pictures.)
You can’t just reach into the fridge at 7-11 and grab a regular ‘ol bottled water anymore. There seem to be more flavors of water these days than kinds of pop. Jumping on the latest trend is a new brand from Colt Beverages, Inc. called Fortifido, variety of bottled, flavored goodness for you dog.
The bottle water for Fido comes in four flavors, each full of vitamins and minerals to supplement your dog’s food nutritional plan.
The four Fantastic Fortifido Flavors are:
Fortifido will be available at retailers soon.