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3 Gifts for the Active Pet and Owner

Some days there just isn’t enough time to take your dog out for a run. On those occasions, hopefully they are infrequent, the Fetchtastic Automatic Fetch Machine is the perfect go-to toy.  This toy is exhaustion in a can. It can hold 15 tennis balls and launches one 12-24 feet every 7 seconds. It weighs 6.2 pounds, so it is portable, and it has a 30-day money-back guarantee.

 

On days perfect for bike riding, why not take your pet? A bicycle trailer for pets is fun on wheels. Pet bike trailers come with all the parts you need to easily attach to your bicycle and away you go. There are trailers for very small pets and trailers that will carry up to 165 pounds.  The bigger trailers are perfect for one large pet or multiple smaller pets. A pet bike trailer has a safety tether inside and a comfortable pad on which your pet can rest. They all have mesh around the sides so your pet can sniff and check out the outdoors. A bike trailer is especially useful after your pet is tired from using the Fetchtastic, or if he is old, disabled or injured. DR Novel

If your gift receiver is planning to take a trip with a pet, then a book about traveling with pets is a perfect idea. The most recent book out from AAA is called: Traveling with Your PetUsers report that the book is well-organized and detailed about where to stay and what to do, nationwide. Another book idea is Following Atticus, which is a true story about a man and his beloved pooch, Atticus, and how they climb all 48 of New Hampshire’s 4 thousand- foot peaks during the winter. They did this to raise money for charity while also honoring a friend who recently died. This book gets rave reviews by all who have read it and it is sure to please any pet owner.

For more information on pet strollers or pet bike trailers, please visit us: http://www.PerfectPetStroller.com

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You Might Be a Crazy Pet Person if…

Ok, we all love our pets and I definitely find myself talking to my little dogs more than I should, but when have we gone overboard? I would have to say that this is completely subjective because what might be nutty to one, is perfectly normal to another, right?

Do you choose to talk to your dog or cat over talking to people? Hmm, this might be cause for concern, but maybe not.

Do you take your dog or cat everywhere you go because you’re afraid they’ll be too lonely at home? Nah, I just like the company.

Do you coordinate outfits for you and your pet? Well…

Do you have more pictures in your house of your pet than people? But they do so many cute things that are worthy of photos!

Do you spend more time fixing your pet’s meal than your own?

If your pet is sleeping on you, do you stay in an uncomfortable position so as not to wake him or her up?

Do you take your pet to get pictures with Santa and the Easter Bunny?

Do you choose a tv show based on what you think your pet will like?

Do you leave the tv on while you’re at work to keep your pet company? Or do you just take your pet to camp for the day?

Do you choose vacations based on where you can take your pet?

 

About 60% of American households have a dog or a cat for a pet. We are the ones who recognize how much happiness a pet brings to the family. Why not give them the extra attention they deserve for their hard work at pleasing us?

 

Pet strollers are a fantastic method for transporting pets to the store, the vet, on city streets and for long distances. For a great selection, please visit: http://www.PerfectPetStroller.com

 

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I Want a Friendly, Loving Cat!

Getting that sweet, cuddly, head-butting kitty isn’t luck, it’s learned. Many people don’t have any idea what the first few weeks of life were like for their kitty, but even so, there is time to teach your kitty to be friendly and unafraid of humans. Kittens need lots of love and socialization with humans. Their experiences with people should be many and always positive. Kittens don’t need to be exposed to screaming children or other loud noises early on in life. They need to be held, pet, talked nicely to, and given treats. This needs to happen repeatedly and over many weeks of time. Kittens will grow up to be cats that like to be around humans because they know there is a reward; lots of petting and treats.

Petting a cat

There are certain breeds, like Maine Coons, whose nature it is to want to be near people. Likewise, there is also a small percentage of cats who have an unsocial personality and don’t want to be with people. You can’t guarantee you’ll have a friendly cat, but you do have the capability to “train” you cat to be social and loving with humans.

 

Visit us at http://www.PerfectPetStroller.com for great Pet Strollers for your cat.

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PetEgo Encourages You to Travel in Style

The ultimate pet travel stroller system comes to us from PetEgo. PetEgo was created in 2004 as a combination of three companies: United Pets, La Cinopelca and EGR. They are located in Chicago, IL and manufacture all things pet: travel products, sleeping items, strollers, apparel, leashes and more!

Pet Ego makes several truly classy pet strollers, and the Quadro Stroller System is one example. It begins with the lightweight aluminum stroller frame, then you add on the other components. The dimensions of this easily maneuverable stroller are:  29” H x 32” W x 36” D. With one hand you can swiftly make your way through narrow aisles or crowded streets. The Quadro is meant to carry one or two Pod ILove carriers or Pod ILove baskets and a maximum of 15 pounds. If you choose to use two carriers, be sure to evenly distribute the weight of your pet and/or purchases between them.

The Pod ILove carrier is a versatile stroller and bike carrier, car seat and shoulder carrier. The Pod ILove basket can be connected to the stroller or bike, or used as a shoulder carrier. The Quadro stroller frame comes with one frame clip and any additional clips can be purchased separately. These clips securely attach the Pod ILove basket and/or carrier to the stroller frame. There is a separate bicycle connection that allows you to attach the basket or carrier to the handle bars of just about any bicycle.