Rachael Rossman will create a picture perfect watercolor painting of your furry friend. Her signature style looks like beautiful water droplets on paper. Rachael lives and works in Oregon where she is also a mom with a day job (I don’t know how she does it all!). If you are interested in having a portrait done (she also does people!), contact her here or you can visit her Etsy shop.
Can you recognize the famous pair in the first portrait?
The ergonomically-designed Zen collection from Wetnoz comes in 2- and 3-cup sizes, with a little side cubby for a treat. Actually, it’s really supposed to be a thumb hole for easy gripping. What do you think your dog would go to first? The food or the treat?
Have you ever wondered exactly how much pee is on your rug? Do you REALLY want to know?
This LED light called Urine-Off will help you find those pesky, smelly urine stains even if your eyes can’t. Under the UV light, dry urine will show as a dull yellow color.
…I will lick you.
HA! Cracked me up. Available at BowWowzerZ’s Etsy shop.
Pawesome posted this instructional from Apartment Therapy on creating your very own Flokati pet bed. I think any dog that likes to snuggle will really love the softness of the Flokati cover. It’s a great tutorial and a fun DIY project that you can do easily in one day.
I recently bought some Earthbath Oatmeal and Aloe shampoo for our dogs because, as you now, their skin is very sensitive and Beans has very dry skin too. We purchased this because the ingredients are all natural and we didn’t want to irritate our pets’ skin in any way. We’ve only used it once so far, and noticed that Lulu broke out in hives a few days later. This could, of course, be a coincidence, but now I’m terrified to use it (or any shampoo) again! She’s only had these hives two times and I can’t remember if the first time she had them she had been recently bathed. This last time was really bad and we had to put her on antibiotics and steroids. Am I crazy to think that it could be related to the shampoo? Edit: Lulu’s bumpy allergy problem is likely due to shampooing, but we have not yet determined what specific ingredient causes her to break out.
Here are the ingredients: Purified water, renewable coconut-based cleansers, colloidal oatmeal (3%), aloe vera, almond and vanilla essences, olive oil squalene (natural preservative).
Could there be something in this shampoo and other shampoos we’ve used that she has a reaction to?
On another note, I’ve noticed that Beans had less dandruff afterward, so it seems to have worked well for him, along with the sardine oil we have been giving the dogs each day.
Ha. These are cute! Choose from Beware of Dog with one bite or two!