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The Smiles of Our Pets

February is National Pet Dental Health Month.  It's just as important to keep up with your pet's dental health as it is for you to keep up with yours.  They get tartar build-up, plague, and possible gum infections just like us.  So, as much as the idea of brushing your pet's teeth might seem strange, it's [...]

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Bri's Weekly Top Three 2.10.17

So this week I worked exclusively with our brand, Midlee.  Saw a lot of awesome stuff (there is a lot of sweaters you all should check out, I've felt them, they are comfy and I want one, but they're for dogs, so let your dog be comfy).First, I'll start with the item related to the [...]

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Bri's Weekly Top Three from 2.3.17

Last catch-up post and I'm on to the recent stuff, but stick around because summer was the theme this week, and thinking about it makes the winter cold just a little more bearable.  Especially when you get to think of days at the beach.Puppe Love brings the essence of summer days at the beach to [...]

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Bri's Weekly Top Three from 1.20.17

I know I've been out a couple weeks, so I'm playing a round of catch-up and I'm ready to show off a whole slew of new things!  The last week of January was a bit all over the place, but the 4th of July was the theme for part of it, so get ready to [...]

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A Brief History of Loving Dogs

The first dog is believed to have been large, toothy, and 31,700 years old.  It was found in Belgium.  Prior to the discovery of this dog the oldest (now second oldest) known dog was 14,000 years old and was discovered in Russia. It seems they may have earned their keep, using their large size and powerful [...]

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Keep Out of Reach of Children

According to CBS news, one poison control center in Ohio received nearly 1500 calls over the course of 15 years about possibly poisoning from pet medications, and about 1200 of those were about children under the age of five.  With last summer's debacle on the risk of the popular and colorful laundry pods posing a risk for kids, [...]

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Gray by 4

A study completed in the last month or so by Camille King and researchers at Northern Illinois University indicates that stress may cause premature graying in pets, much like it does in humans.  The study noted over 400 dogs and their owners.  Each dog was 4 or younger, an age when one wouldn't normally expect to [...]

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Bri's Weekly Top Three 1.20.17

Well, it was a fast-paced week, so there was a lot of potential products to choose from - some old, some new.  It's a bit of a smorgasbord with a little bit of everything, or as close to as it gets with one week and three picks.Let's start with an item that's a little bit [...]

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Trump and the Presidential Pup

In exactly one week Donald Trump will be inaugurated as President.  Turns out, as well as breaking a lot of other Presidential norms, President Trump might be the first pet-less president in 150 years.  Not all of those pets have been pooches, in fact, Teddy Roosevelt had quite the eclectic collection of everything from a pony name [...]

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Bri's Weekly Top Three 1.13.17

Well, as much as I wouldn't say there's a true theme to this weeks products, spring is in the air (well, based on the products, the view outside my window disagrees).  Hummingbird feeders were a big product for me this week, as well as items for the various upcoming holidays such as Valentine's Day, St. [...]

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