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Saturday, September 24, 2016

LED Dog Collar

USB Rechargeable - Available in 4 Colors & 6 Sizes - Makes Your Dog Visible, Safe & Seen    

Price: $30.99  
Price Now:$23.98 

Are you a Dog Owner who loves their Dog? Then this custom LED Dog Collar is a MUST HAVE! Designed with premium high quality LED lights -- you'll never lose your dog at night again!

THIS WILL SAVE YOUR DOG'S LIFE - Vehicles will see your dog well in advance with this bright collar - ALL THE TIME
USB RECHARGEABLE BATTERY, LIGHTWEIGHT, STURDY& DURABLE MATERIALS - The USB rechargeable battery (cable included) gives 5 hours of illumination per 1-hour charge.

Product Description

Give Your Dog The Safety He/She Deserves! How? When You Purchase the Illumiseen LED Dog Collar You and Your Dog Will Enjoy:

✔ Ultimate visibility and safety from all angles
✔ Optimal awareness, even when it's completely dark outside
✔ Peace of mind - Know that you and your dog are seen and safe

 Collar Length (can be adjusted by pulling the LED fibers through the adjustment buckle):

• X-X-Small  : Min. 8.6" and Max. 11.4"

• X-Small  : Min. 9" and Max. 13.7"   (teacup dogs like Yorkies)

• Small  : Min. 13" and Max. 17"  (tiny dogs and puppies like Terriers)

• Medium  : Min. 16" and Max. 20"  (small to medium sized dogs like Spaniels)

• Large  : Min. 19" and Max. 24" (large sized dogs like Pit bulls)

• X-Large  : Min. 21.6" and Max. 27.5"  (huge dogs like Mastiffs)

Please measure your dogs neck to be positive the collar you order will fit.  Ultimately dogs can be lean or chubby, hehe, so it is hard to "guess" the size based off breed.

Here's why Illumiseen is the perfect companion for all of your dog's activities - from dusk till dawn:

• Fully rechargeable battery pack - plug into any USB port to charge
• 5 Hours of battery life per charge
• Change the light between steady mode, rapid flashing and slow flashing with just 1 click
• Available in 6 night-lighting colors: Red, Green, Blue, Pink, Orange and Yellow 
So Order Now and Don't Forget To Add Our Matching LED Dog Leash To Your Cart As Well !

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Friday, September 23, 2016

How dog breeds have changed over the last 100 years

Dogs have lived side by side with humans for thousands of years. Although we can only guess how our pets looked in the very beginning, we can easily compare them with dogs that lived a century ago. In quite a short time, some breeds have changed beyond recognition because of human influence.

German Shepherd

The German Shepherds have become larger, and their fur has become longer and thicker. The skeleton has changed as well: now the сroup is lower, and the chest is wider.

English Bulldog

This dog has become more massive and stockier. The chest has become wider, the legs have become shorter, and the face is more flattened now. The Bulldog also has more skin hanging on its body. Unfortunately, modern Bulldogs suffer from a number of health issues, and the average life span of the breed is six and a quarter years.

Basset Hound

The body of the Basset Hound has become lower, the hind legs are shorter, and the ears are a lot longer now. The face, as the legs, has become shorter, and the skin has more folds now.


The Boxers have shorter and upturned faces now. The proportions of the body have slightly changed too.

Bull Terrier

Today these dogs have a very differently shaped skull — the face has become shorter, and the jaws have become larger. The bodies are lower and stockier now, in general.

West Highland White Terrier

Spot the seven differences! The fur might have become a bit longer and thicker.

Doberman Pinscher

These dogs have become a little less massive, and their head is more smooth now. By the way, they are not as aggressive as they used to be years ago.

Irish Setter

This breed hasn’t changed much in over 150 years (the black-and-white picture was taken in 1879). Irish Setters have only become a bit thinner and lighter, and they have longer and thicker fur now.

Saluki (Persian Greyhound)

The Salukis have become a lot taller and thinner. Now they have long and very thin legs, as well as longer ears.


Modern Rottweilers are black in color with well-defined reddish-brown spots on the face, cheeks, under the eyes, on the lower part of the chest, and on the legs. The fur is coarser now, and they don’t have their tails docked anymore.

Airedale Terrier

This breed almost hasn’t changed except for becoming ‘shaggier’ and longer in the face.


Today these dogs have a longer face and body, a slightly wider chest, and much shorter hind legs.

Adapted from: poznanie show, wikipedia

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

This simple trick will help keep your dog calm in noisy situations

Most dogs are scared by thunder, fireworks, and other sudden noises. If they hear them when they’re outside, they can even run away out of fright and become lost.
Luckily, there is a tried-and-tested method to help calm your dog if it gets stressed. All you have to do is wrap a piece of cloth around your pet in a certain way. Thanks to the light pressure this garment places on the dog, it will feel safer. Its movements and behavior will become predictable again despite the stressful situation.

Illustrated by Victor Senin for
Based on materials from thedodo

How dogs get older: A fascinating and deeply touching photography project

Amanda Jones has dedicated the past 20 years to an incredible photography project which aims to show just how fleeting the lives of our beloved pets are. We've all had that odd feeling that a lively puppy seems to turn into a fully-grown, wise old dog over night. Some of them barely change at all, others begin to show some signs of age. Dogs in particular age faster than us, of course, and perhaps that's why the following photos are a bit sad as well as very sweet. But we can always take comfort in the knowledge that, however old they are, the joy we get from that bond with our best friend never diminishes.

Corbet — 2 years and 11 years

Briscoe — 1 year and 10 years

Poppy — 1 year and 7 years

Fred — 2 years and 10 years

Cooper — 3 years and 10 years

Kayden and Brodie — 11 months and 5 years; 7 years and 12 years

Audrey — 3 years and 12 years

Rufus — 6 months and 13 years

Sydney and Savannah — 16 months and 5 months; 10 and 9 years

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