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TTPM Moves into Pet Gear Reviews

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If you're the parent of a two-legged child, you're no doubt already familiar with the TTPM site. TTPM is the #1 resource where consumers can research and find the best in toys, baby gear, pet toys, pet gear, kids electronics, & sporting goods. This helpful site not only uses "real people" to review new products, but allows you to compare pricing across stores.

Fortunately for animal lovers, TTPM is moving into the pet market to review dog and cat toys and gear. They offer more than just an average review, they also offer any potential warnings you should be aware of, discuss safety ratings, and much more.

With over 5,000 products (each with a video) reviewed each year, you can be sure they will have something your dog or cat will love! Remember, this is not a "every review is five-star site" - they are very honest in their reviews and you'll find plenty of reasons why a specific toy may or may not be the best product for your pet.

An added bonus is that the site simultaneously allows you to price match while you browse by featuring product availability and costs of purchasing the toy through Amazon, buybuy Baby, BabiesRUs Walmart, ToysRUs, Target, Kmart, Kohls, Disney Store, Best Buy, PetSmart, Modell’s, Sports Authority, or Wag.com.

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Treat Your Cats to Healthy Teeth during #PetDentalMonth

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If you’re anything like me, you hate going to the dentist. I’m not sure where my deep-rooted (pardon the pun) fear originated, but I’ve somehow transferred my dental nightmares onto my pets. Since February is #PetDentalHealth month, we teamed up with PetSmart® to discuss dental care for cats. As an adult, I know the best way to avoid the dentist is to avoid any dental problems. That means maintenance - for me and my pets. We do this through regular brushing and (more easily) through treats and chews (low-calorie, of course!). In the wild, cats naturally cleanse their teeth and prevent tooth decay by ripping and slicing helps to naturally keep teeth clean. But in this day and age, it’s rare that a cat hunts more than catnip toys.

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Braving the Winter Cold with #NutriencePets

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Winter is on the way, and while we have it pretty easy here in Arizona; the rest of the country, will be fighting through snow and rain and wind.  Nutrience echoes our sentiments about healthy, active lifestyles. We are not the poster children for physical activity, but our pets are in great shape because they motivate us to get outdoors and be active. Whether it’s agility, walking the cats, or just playing a quick game of fetch - our pets activity influence our activity levels. There are many ways you can keep your pets active during the cold winter months. Just be sure you continue to feed them a high-quality food like Nutrience. There is a lot to like about this food (check out our earlier review here).

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2014 Holiday Gift List for Cats & Their People

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We know you want the best gifts for your pampered felines, so we created a short list of our favorite cat products from 2014.We also included a few things we know your cat-loving humans will enjoy as well!

Be sure to check out the many special offers we've arranged so you can benefit from free shipping and some huge savings on products - without ever leaving your home.

Our goal is to keep everyone safe at home with their beloved pets this year. If you do travel, make sure your pets are either with you or safe and warm at home or in a reputable boarding facility. For those who will be spending the holiday shopping, here are our holiday picks for cats (and their people)...

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Interactive Feather Whirl Cat Toy from SmartyKat

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When it comes to cat toys, there hasn't been a lot of innovation in the industry. Sure, we see a lot of new product lines coming out, but they all come down to new patterns rather than true innovation. That's why we were very excited to review the new Feather Whirl™ toy from SmartyKat® .

This interactive toy engages all of a cat's hunting instincts. It's a prey toy - meaning it encourages your cat to jump, stalk, hunt, and chase - all of which are things that your cat naturally wants to do anyway. This is a fun way to exercise your cat, encourage them to play, and hopefully help them lose weight.

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