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PetsGEEKly: Motorola Scout 66 Wi-fi Pet Monitor PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stacy Mantle   
Monday, 18 August 2014 00:00

One of the biggest challenges we have in our pet-centric home is leaving it. We have three dogs who only get along part of the time and are incredibly dependent on both my husband and I. It’s a situation we created, so it’s a situation we need to resolve.

Thankfully, technology is catching up with our actual needs. We can now leave the house without worry because it’s like we’re still there in a lot of ways. Of course, cameras will never take the place of actually being there, but when it comes to alleviating stress, pet cams can help us cope with being away.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 19:28
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Revitamal #AntiAgingPets Supplement for All Species PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stacy Mantle   
Thursday, 26 June 2014 00:00

If you have been reading PetsWeekly for any length of time, you know our dog Cheiss. You also know he's getting older. It seems like only yesterday when we brought him home as a stray after he was hit by a car (read more about Cheiss' life here).

Cheiss has been growing older. It’s inevitable. We all knew it was going to happen, but we didn't expect it to happen so fast. I noticed the changes over a month or two. One day, he stumbled while playing his nightly game of fetch. Out of nowhere, he decided he hated our other dogs and we nicknamed him "Grumpy old man". Then we noticed that his eyes appeared “bulgy” and over the next few weeks, he began limping a bit more. His playtime continued to decrease each day and he "missed" the ball more often when we threw it to him.

A visit to the veterinarian verified what we all knew: Our 13-year-old dog was acting like a 13-year-old dog and experiencing all of the aches and pains that went along with aging. “As long as he’s not in pain and he has a good quality of life, we can continue treating symptoms,” said the veterinarian. “But he’s 50 lbs and he’s a senior dog. You need to expect some changes.”


Last Updated on Thursday, 26 June 2014 04:32
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Why You May Need to Have an Indoor Potty for Pets PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stacy Mantle   
Thursday, 22 May 2014 00:00

Recently, we were asked to take a look at the new Piddle Place. I was a bit reluctant at first, because I was hard pressed to find a time when it may be useful for our home. As it turns out, there are many times it would be useful - even though I am almost always here. Here are a few examples (boaters and travelers need to pay special attention!)

If you:

  • have a pet with health problems that make movement difficult
  • live in an apartment, on a boat, or in a motorhome
  • go boating with their pets
  • take vacations with their pets in motorhomes
  • work a lot and sometimes can't make it home in time to let the dog out
  • have an elderly pet who struggles to make it out in time
  • live in an extreme climate
  • have a fall-out shelter or cellar that may one day require evacuation with pets (I'm being serious here)

And because there are so many reasons a dog or cat may need to occasionally (or always) "do their business" indoors, we decided to look at the Piddle Place Indoor Dog Toilet.


Last Updated on Monday, 19 May 2014 21:02
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PetsGEEKly: Samsung SmartCam HD Pro PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stacy Mantle   
Wednesday, 11 June 2014 00:00

When it comes to cameras, I am and probably always will be a fan of Samsung. I love their ease of use, the app-accessible features, and the pricing. We have reviewed the features of the Samsung Pet Cam (which is the WiFi Video Pet Monitor already) so when they sent us out their new HD Pro SmartCam, we were thrilled to take a look at the hi-def version of this camera.

The camera on the Samsung SmartCam HD Pro 1080p Full-HD Wi-Fi Camera delivers much better image quality at 720p resolution and improves on image quality and app-accessible features, although the actual speed of the camera is largely (completely) dependent on your internet service. (Keep that in mind when looking at any of the cameras out there).

This camera has a lot of great things going for it, so let's take a look at a few of our favorite features.


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Merrick Pet Food and the #BestDogEver PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stacy Mantle   
Wednesday, 21 May 2014 00:00

Let’s face it – everyone has the best dog ever, right? We know we do (depending on the day) and I’m not afraid to show you a vast collection of adorable photos and funny videos to prove it.  There are millions of pet parents like me in the world and our friends at Merrick Pet Food want to meet you all!

In addition to this meet and great, they want to give you a chance to win a one year supply of dog food! So, read on to learn more about this food and how you can enter to win for your best dog ever.

For those who don’t feed raw diets, or who just want to give their pets a special treat, Merrick is a wonderful choice. We love that it's made from real ingredients - all sourced from folks in the USA. The grain-free and holistic diets from Merrick ensure that your pets are only getting the best in pet food from locally sourced farmers.


Last Updated on Monday, 19 May 2014 22:24
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