Features like misters and waterfalls are essential for adding humidity to reptile and amphibian habitats. This mock volcano is an automatic fogger and cool mist humidifier all in one – it simulates the clouds and rainforest, and looks pretty cool lit up, too. It's perfect for creatures from tropical habitats including many iguanas, turtles, newts, and frogs. To check out other water feature present ideas just read more
You may recall my semi-traumatic pigeon incident, but even if you don't, suffice to say I still imagine any bird who sweeps too close to be two flutters away from landing in my hair. However, for those of you who do desire to get a close-up view of a pigeon (or have an easy target like me), I've got the perfect gift for you.
This handmade pigeon birdcall not only beckons the birdies to you, but also can be used to
terrify remind others who have spent time in bird-filled cities like Manhattan of the calls of the urban wild. Before buying this gag gift, test its worth by seeing how many you can trick when you play the realistic demo
in public. Fun for you . . . for others, maybe not so much.
It's time to treat our feathered friends! In the spirit of the impending holidays, check out these festive products just for the birds. Gifting pets during any season is a great idea – especially toys that encourage natural-birdie behavior. With ring-a-dinging bells and dangles, places to perch, play, and swing on, these toys will provide tons of entertainment for the most-active flutterers. I've also included some gear with special spots to wedge treats and featuring biodegradable materials to satisfy the birds foraging, preening, chewing, and shredding needs.
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Treat small pets this holiday season with a variety of special gifts meant just for them! From the 100 percent edible alfalfa and honey huts to a 12-sq.-ft. playpen with mat and cover to allow pets to roam safely outside of their cage (or even outside of your house), these gifts are great for small-mammal owners whose lil' creatures already have a little of everything else. To see my top present picks, read more
Tonight marks the final night of Hanukkah, and the last day of this part of our Pet Present Extravaganza. Especially fitting to finish up with are these tees, tanks, and even a tutu to boast the lil' one's spirit all year round. Recap the rest of my Hanukkah list for last-minute gift ideas, anytime presents, or plans for next year. To see more cute, wearable gear, read more
That little Hanukkah puppy cookie is certainly cute enough to be part of Your Snack or Dog Snack! With its peanut butter flavor and carob and yogurt frosting, it may be worthy of a sample by you, too. As part of the continuing celebration on PetSugar, see more festive treats to help Fido celebrate this festival of lights when you read more
Give the dog a (Hanukkah) bone. . . or one of the many other holiday-themed puppy toys, I've PetMarked below! While PetSugar will be taking a holiday gift break over the weekend, check back Monday for the last two nights of Hanukkah!
Whether a fancy neckpiece or a yarmulke and tallis, show pets' spirit with a simple addition to their everyday look. While personally I love festive collar options as a nice way to make a pet look his holiday best (without decking him out entirely), consider just adding a collar in seasonal colors to do the trick – from blue and white to red and green, pets can get good use of those collars year-round. To see more Hanukkah choices, read more
It's day two of Hanukkah, but is your kitty ready?! Try these adorable gelt and lox toys ($6). The catnip-stuffed stuffies can be swung from strings and come with bells to jingle jangle when they dingle dangle. Much better than feeding cats pricey lox or dangerous chocolate coins. . . and more festive than the normal kitty toys! Ring in the holiday with these festive gifts and others when you read more
If you hang stockings for the people in your house, picking up one for pet is a must-do! Not only are the stockings on the right super cute, they're from the Animal Rescue Site. For each stocking purchased ($12.95), the organization will donate 14 bowls of food for animals living in sanctuaries and shelters. That way you're treating two pets with each purchase!
If Santa's stopping to stock stockings at your house this year, check out other pet options and read more