To celebrate today's holiday, I've gathered 15 pics of pooches celebrating this year (or in years past) . . . including my own! Happy St. Patrick's Day!
And, if so, do you put on protection first?
Naturally you know to keep pets away from those minty sweet treats and stout snacks, too, but what exactly is a festive-yet-safe alternative to green beer? Well, the luck of the Irish must be with you since I've gathered four doggone suggestions in this slideshow to keep your pets in the green with St. Patrick.
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As a former NYC resident, North and I could often be found strolling the streets of the West Village. Even though our favorite dog supply shop has long since shut its doors, the new West Village Collection from Up Country makes me reminisce about our time in the Big Apple. Of the patterns, Gothic Vine brings back fond memories of the pretty brownstones covered with these tangles and makes me miss our long jaunts in the city. With collars and leashes for about $20 each, do any of these styles catch your eye, too?
Although pets can be caught in the act of an accident, if you're not home, how do you know if that couch smells a little pee-y because a potty break took place . . . or due to your overactive imagination fearing that very occurrence? While you may most associate black lights with those velvety, fluorescent posters, the special ultraviolet rays can reveal urine, vomit, and other substances not visible to the naked eye. When held a couple of feet above carpets, sofas, chairs, or sheets, a black light can reveal a yellow-greenish color if stains are present.