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The Canine Shower Stall

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This dog shower has 16 water-jet nozzles and a showerhead that wash and rinse your canine in an enclosed space. The jet nozzles produce vigorous streams of water that penetrate even the thickest coats to clean pet hair and remove dead skin cells. A handheld, adjustable-flow showerhead has a 38″ hose that allows you to easily wash and rinse the paws, underbody, and other hard-to-reach areas. Two integrated leashes gently restrain pets and dual locking doors keep dogs confined. The shower’s 31″-high walls and a partial, clear plastic roof help keep water inside the shower (and off of you) yet allow access to the dog. The spa connects to a spigot or faucet using the included adapters and a garden hose or a 1/2″ braided metal hose. A 2′-long flexible drainpipe channels used water out of the shower. The shower has two locking casters, the 9 1/2′ cu. interior accommodates dogs up to 200 lbs., and a removable shelf elevates small canines. A 41″ L x 25″ W x 31″ H. (130 lbs.)

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Pet’s Eye View Camera

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When you’re sitting at work, we all reckon that the dog has a better life. Until now, there’s been no way to find out if this is actually true, or just the ramblings of stress. Does your canine pal spend the day napping on your armchair, or is he firing up the Xbox and slaying space marines, drinking your beers and calling in rabbit pizzas? OK, so the last bit is probably the stress talking. But don’t you want to know for sure? The Pet’s Eye View Camera is how you find out.

It’s a lightweight digital camera that attaches to your furry friend’s collar, and takes photos at timed intervals of five, ten or fifteen minutes. You’ll be able to see just what they’ve been getting up to, from the mundane (eating, sleeping) to the bizarre (sniffing the cat’s particulars, chasing flies across the kitchen).

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Hoppa two legged dog

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Hoppa the dog was born four years ago without his two front two legs. He was lucky enough to be adopted by Avi Kozi, chairman of Israel’s Society for the Protection of Animals. “From the moment I took him to my house, I knew I had to build something that would help him to move.” Kozi said.

Though it’s not uncommon for dogs to lose the use of their hind legs, problems with the front legs are much more uncommon. This presented a special challenge for Nir Shalom, the art student and animal lover who kindly offered to take on Hoppa’s case.

And take it on he did. Once Hoppa gets the hang of his training wheels (shown in the video below), he will then transition into one of the most advanced dog prostheses around.

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Thermal Bowl – makes water available for your pets

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A big 96 ounce and a whopping 1.5?gallon Thermal?Bowl makes water available for pets in even the most extreme cold temperatures. Thermostatically controlled Thermal?Bowl is the answer to freezing water bowls. Just plug it in and your pet?s water will remain open all winter. All electronics are safely sealed inside and the cord is steel wrapped to prevent abrasion. The 96 ounce comes in blue, and the 1.5?gallon is available in gray granite color. These bowls are only 25 watts for extremely low energy consumption. One year limited warranty.

Source:   K & H Pet Products

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