$249.99-$469.99 Einstein ET-800 One Dog Remote E-Collar - The Einstein Remote Education Collar includes a collar receiver light for night tracking. The high intensity night tracking light is good for finding your dog after dark. If turned on, the high intensity LED will be flashing every 2 seconds. It can also b http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005YRTGKE/?tag=pin2pet-20

$249.99-$469.99 Einstein ET-800 One Dog Remote E-Collar - The Einstein Remote Education Collar includes a collar receiver light for night tracking. The high intensity night tracking light is good for finding your dog after dark. If turned on, the high intensity LED will be flashing every 2 seconds. It can also b http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005YRTGKE/?tag=pin2pet-20

A duck-billed protective muzzle for dogs.   May as well look hysterical if you can't play nice in the park   hahahahaha

A duck-billed protective muzzle for dogs…

A duck-billed protective muzzle for dogs. May as well look hysterical if you can't play nice in the park hahahahaha

Steampunk cameras to add “S”punk in your photography

Steampunk cameras to add “S”punk in your photography

Of course they do.  It's not all about fetching, they need a little tug of war too!

Of course they do. It's not all about fetching, they need a little tug of war too!

DIY Doghouse. We had a crawl space behind the wall of our bedroom, so we built a house for our dog into the wall!

DIY Doghouse. We had a crawl space behind the wall of our bedroom, so we built a house for our dog into the wall!

Harper the pit bull was born with a condition called “swimmer puppy disorder,” and most dogs born with it don’t survive. The disorder causes rigid limbs and tight muscles, leaving puppies lying flat on their chests with their legs splayed out.    After being found in a garbage bag and taken to an animal shelter where she was scheduled to be euthanized, Harper was rescued by shelter worker Erica Daniel and can walk now thanks to hydrotherapy and love.

Harper the pit bull was born with a condition called “swimmer puppy disorder,” and most dogs born with it don’t survive. The disorder causes rigid limbs and tight muscles, leaving puppies lying flat on their chests with their legs splayed out. After being found in a garbage bag and taken to an animal shelter where she was scheduled to be euthanized, Harper was rescued by shelter worker Erica Daniel and can walk now thanks to hydrotherapy and love.

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