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Archive for June 2008

Pets don't just surf the web on Vivapets!!

Check out these cool canines below!! This footage is taken from this years Loews Surf Dog competition  in California!

Weirdest website!

According to a recent issue of of webuser, one the most clicked on sites this month is http://catladies.tumblr.com . Users are invited to submit photo's of themselves with their feline friends........sounds normal enough until you see the photos!

Cat ladies!

It brings a whole new meaning to being called a "cat lady"!

Has the world gone barking mad?

I came across this new product whilst browsing a pet magazine recently!!

Aqua Paw mineral water for dogs!

Aqua Paw is an enriched canine water for dogs and puppies over 12 weeks old. Drawn from an artesian well and filtered through carbon for maximum purity. Aqua Paw contains none of the chlorine and impurities often found in tap water. With added Calcium to promote healthy teeth and bones, Green Tea as a natural antioxidant and Yucca Schidigera to aid digestion. For best results Aqua Paw should be used as a replacement for your dog's daily intake of tap water.

Stops them drinking water from the toilet at least!

Kate

Ten Interesting Pet Facts

      1. It has been established that people who own pets live longer, have less stress, and have fewer heart attacks.
                                                                                                            
      2. Every known dog except the chow has a pink tongue - the chow's tongue is jet black.

        Chow Chow's black tongue

      3. The phrase "raining cats and dogs" originated in 17th Century England . During heavy downpours of rain, many of these poor animals unfortunately drowned and their bodies would be seen floating in the rain torrents that raced through the streets. The situation gave the appearance that it had literally rained "cats and dogs" and led to the current expression.

      4. A cat can jump as much as seven times its height.

        Jumping Cat

      5. A cat's tail held high means happiness. A twitching tail is a warning sign, and a tail tucked in close to the body is a sure sign of insecurity.

      6. Cats have a third eyelid, called a haw, that is rarely visible. If it can be seen, it could be an indication of ill health.

      7. When your cats rubs up against you, she is actually marking you as "hers" with her scent. If your cat pushes his face against your head, it is a sign of acceptance and affection.

      8. Dogs can alert their owners of an epileptic seizure up to an hour before it occurs.

      9. A cat sees about 6 times better than a human at night.

      10. Contrary to popular belief, dogs do not sweat by salivating. They sweat through the pads of their feet.

         

         

               

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