“We’re thrilled to bring back this photo contest for the third time during National Pet Month to allow pet owners everywhere to share photos and be entertained by each other’s pets’ crazy antics.” ANN ARBOR, Michigan (PRNewswire) — Mr. Handyman, a Neighborly company, is celebrating National Pet Month this May with its third annual “My […]
We saw these cute light-up, faux topiary bunnies and dogs at Big Lots. The rabbit, which is 18 inches tall is $30. Here’s the description: Bring a hop and a pop of lighting to any setting using this wonderful artificial bunny-shaped topiary! Featured in a seated pose with round ears and tail, this faux bush […]Read More
Please enjoy our Happy Spring bunny gif. If you want to use this gif on your website, here’s the embed code: <blockquote class=”embedly-card”><h4><a href=”https://wowmypetdidthat.com/happy-spring-bunny-gif/”>Happy Spring bunny gif – Wow, my pet did THAT!</a></h4><p>Please enjoy our Happy Spring bunny gif. Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare on PinterestShare on XingShare on Reddit</p></blockquote> <script async src=”//cdn.embedly.com/widgets/platform.js” […]Read More
3D printing on its own is pretty amazing. Add in pets and the possibilities become extremely interesting. Here’s a look at some ways 3D printing is being used when it comes to our furry friends: Lifelike recreations: Some companies are now offering 3D printing of models of pets. GravityB, a Calgary-based studio, for example, creates […]Read More
Our dog Maggy is a beauty, but also quite the shedder. According to the ASPCA, it’s estimated that there are 78 million pet dogs and 85.8 million pet cats in the United States. That’s a lot of loose fur. It also means a lot of companies making some serious bank from people attempting to keep […]Read More
A survey conducted by Banfield Pet Hospital® discovered a correlation between pets and professional achievements: 93 percent of C-suite executives surveyed in the U.S. grew up with a pet, with 78 percent attributing their career success in part to owning a pet as a child. VANCOUVER, Washington (PRNewswire) — Pets bring joy, companionship and comfort […]Read More
An often asked question about rabbits is “Why do they thump their feet?” Here are the top reasons: To warn other rabbits of danger, such as a predator nearby. Even if your rabbit is the sole bunny in the house, if he thinks he senses danger, such as hearing a loud, unfamiliar noise, he may […]Read More
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