This product covers up the animal's "unsightly" back end and you can customize the pattern or pick from popular styles — which include a disco ball, sheriff's badge, dice, flowers, etc. — but you need to take if off before the next potty break and your furry friend needs to have a tail to hang from in the first place. Do you hang your head at this or is your tail waggin'?
This pooch isn't named Spike (hello, it's Licorice, of course) but that's what the collar's called. The Spike Studded Leather Dog Collar ($59) sported by this smooshy is super cute for Famke Janssen's little stud.
The happy twosome took a stroll around SoHo over the weekend. I love their neutral color coordination; what a sleek match they make! See more, close-up pictures below.
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I wish I could employ these four-legged helpers in my house — they've got Christmas totally covered!
What's pretty to one person may be downright peculiar to another so, for this poll, can you decide which animal is the weirdest zoo baby we saw in 2009? The choices are listed as seen from left to right, top to bottom in the collage so check out the images and click on the species name below.
And don't stop voting there — check the rest of my best of 2009 polls!
Ok, so in a few months I'm going to be moving with my boyfriend to our own apartment (right now, we both live at home). I know right off the bat there is this one Pit Bull at a rescue that I am planning to try to adopt (2 or 3-year-old fixed male), and last month I saw another dog in the same rescue that was about 2 or 3 years old, a fixed female I am seriously considering getting as well.
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