Pet Product Review – Petmate Classic collection pillows, Dogzilla toys and Ultra Kibble Containers
I love this toy! It’s kind of like a Whoopie Cushion on steroids. But when Shakespeare, a master at liberating squeakers from their furry encasements, was faced with a giant squeaker in the buff, he high-tailed it right out the doggy door where he cautiously eyed the toy from the other side of the glass. LOL!
Quite to the contrary, it was love at first squeak for Miss Kaya. She seems to find the squealing disc irresistable keeping it near her at all times. The Bigsqueak is made of a heavy material that is has bound seams. It looks like it could take a lickin’ and keep on squeakin’.
Small $5.95 | Medium $7.95 | Large $10.95 at PetMountain.com.
Prior to the Ultra Kibble Keeper, we were storing Joey’s kibble in old bucket in our pantry. If ever the pantry’s accordion doors were not closed completely, Shakespeare would take advantage of our oversite and steal a little snack.
The Kibble Keeper is air-tight and made with “Microban® antimicrobial protection to fight the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew.” I’m ecstatic that it fit the narrow space in our food pantry perfectly!
10# $12.97 | 20# $17.99 | 40# $25.99 at PetStore.com.
Our dogs are part of the family so providing them with a comfortable place to catch some z’s is a priority. We’ve been quite pleased with Petmate beds in the past and the Classic Collection Pillow seems to be “cut from the same cloth” so to speak.
The simple design and subdued color fit in nicely with our living room decor and the high-loft polyester fill is cloud-like-fluffy. Our dogs like to roll in the dirt so the machine washable cover is a HUGE selling point for me. As far as dog beds go, this one is a keeper.
I wasn’t able to find the Classic Collection for sale online, so check with your local pet supply store for availablity.
With dogs who posess jaws strong enough to tear bumpers off of cars, only the toughest chew toys make it over our threshold.
Mason and Shakespeare love the Dogzilla Rope and Dumbbell toys. They’re crazy about playing tug-of-war with the rope and it’s fun to watch them try to get peanut butter or little treats out of the Dumbbell. Dogzilla toys are infused with protein and apparently taste pretty good. We’ve yet to have any of our hounds destroy one of these rubber toys.
$3.99 – $12.99 at Dog.com.
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