Here you will find many links to different types of products relating to pets. Many of these links are unique and may not show up in searches performed by large search engines, so we compiled them into catergories to make your shopping experience more enjoyable.
This web-site is still under construction and the number of selections will increase according to the amount of free time after my day job and priorities in my "Honey Do List".
Behavior covers training equipment, methods and instruction material. Here you will find proven methods to train your pet and items to break nasty habits and behavior.
Are you unemployed because of the state of the economy? Or maybe you are interested in a career change. If you enjoy working with dogs check out our supply of ideas, getting started books and training manuals.
How big or small is your pet? Which size crate or pen is the right size? Do you need a dog house? Manufactures are found here and even some blueprints for homemade dog houses.
In Choosing A Pet you will find books and information to help you decide which breed is best suited for your lifestyle. These books take into consideration; your housing settings, family size, family ages, favorite activities and climate conditions.
Are you looking for a sweater to keep your pet warm or a raincoat to keep them dry? You can even find booties, collars, leashes and pattens to make your own clothes here.
Food and Trats includes how to make your own dog treats and what is in your pet's food. Remember the dilems created by tainted grain imported from China. Here you can find which dog food manufacturers import what ingredients from which countries.Here you can decide which type of food is best for your pet depending on breed and age.
Health includes items that can make your pet sick and home remedies. If your pet is feeling "off his oats", find out if the problem is serious before you make an appointment with a Veterinarian. While there is nothing to substitute the care of a Veterinarian and annual physicals, you can save the cost of unneeded office visits by asking a Vet online.
In Pests and Parasites you will find information and items to keep your pets free of ticks and fleas. If you pet has fleas and your pet is allowed to roam your house, you will have fleas in your carpets and furniture. Many of the insect deterents are common household ingredients that are safe and economical to use.
Should I say more? We even have instructions and kits to make your own.
Here you will find things Joe and I write about.
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