Lord & Taylor Bans Items Containing Canine Fur

Lord & Taylor Bans Items Containing Canine Fur

Poor raccoon dogs. For a long time, they’ve suffered a severe identity crisis at the hands of the fashion industry. Their fur has been mislabeled as “raccoon” fur on clothing labels, and even more insulting, as faux fur by some labels. That’s an insult not just to the canines, but to conscientious shoppers who think they’re buying items with fake fur trim. Another retailer, Lord & Taylor, has joined J.C. Penney in promising to stop selling products that contain the critters, but mislabeling runs rampant. [More]

Snuggie For Dogs Strains Human-Canine Relations Nationwide

Snuggie For Dogs Strains Human-Canine Relations Nationwide

When you wrap yourself in a Snuggie on a cold evening, does your dog stare up at you with sad, wistful eyes? Even when you’re not holding a bowl of popcorn? It’s time for you to acknowledge that your dog is jealous of your Snuggie.

"Potty Patch" Doggie Toilet — Load Of Crap, Or Genuine Product?

"Potty Patch" Doggie Toilet — Load Of Crap, Or Genuine Product?

Dogs, sheesh, who’d have ‘em. They hump your leg, their poop stinks, and — worst of all, they pee all over your carpet. Well, meet the Potty Patch! It’s an indoor restroom for doggies. Basically a patch of faux sod over a plastic tray that catches the pee. Now you don’t need to get off the couch to walk the dog, you can just let her take a quick, stinky whiz right next to your kegerator. Whew!