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May 15th, 2010, 06:20 PM
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What is the silliest, craziest pet product you have seen? Do you own this silly product? Post a link or picture if you can!

This is the silliest thing I have seen lately; no I don't own one!
I've Seen It All Now: Animal B-Hole Covers - Geekologie
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May 16th, 2010, 01:29 AM
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wow lol and I thought the one i was thinking was silly but that beat it LOL..


dog strollers...no offense to anyone here who has it but why walk a dog? dogs love walking...i could see if they were hurt etc but just to walk them in a stroller? no thanks waste of money...


there was once a lady at the park her dog was in a wheel chair (im pretty sure he was a golden retriver)..we got to talking and she told me her dog was really old and that he could only walk so long before he would start hurting and had to rest..thats completely okay cause her smaller one was still walking so she HAD reason lol
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May 16th, 2010, 02:48 AM
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lurker here..but that Bhole cover made me crack up!!

i think the snugglies are a little odd. jmo
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May 16th, 2010, 12:41 PM
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wow lol and I thought the one i was thinking was silly but that beat it LOL..


dog strollers...no offense to anyone here who has it but why walk a dog? dogs love walking...i could see if they were hurt etc but just to walk them in a stroller? no thanks waste of money...


there was once a lady at the park her dog was in a wheel chair (im pretty sure he was a golden retriver)..we got to talking and she told me her dog was really old and that he could only walk so long before he would start hurting and had to rest..thats completely okay cause her smaller one was still walking so she HAD reason lol
Haha! Yes those strollers are a bit silly! I do think for some dogs, they do serve a purpose, but a lot of people use them for dogs that are perfectly capable of walking around. I saw a lady pushing a spastic Jack Russel Terrier in a stroller around the mall once. That dog clearly did not want to be in a stroller and she was talking to it like it was a child!
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May 16th, 2010, 01:26 PM
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Yep, I'd have to say the stroller as well stupidest thing I've ever seen. The point of taking dogs for a walk is to tire them out, get them exercise, not to let them look at scenery so it completely defeats the purpose of taking a dog for a walk.

Rain coats and rain boots for dogs. Dogs can get wet, they won't melt. I know folks that use boots for dogs while walking in wooded areas or for dogs that have grass allergies and not talking about those, but actual rain coats and rain boots so that they simply don't get wet. To be honest I really find all clothes for dogs a bit rediculous...they're dogs, not children.

I really can't think of anything else off the top of my head at the moment.
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May 16th, 2010, 05:02 PM
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Anything that treats a dog more like a child than a dog. That is just ridiculous. Strollers, nail polish, clothing, snuggies, etc etc etc. The closest thing to "human" that I have for Lexi is a seat belt attachment. Which doesn't seem silly at all to me.
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May 16th, 2010, 05:04 PM
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Anything that treats a dog more like a child than a dog. That is just ridiculous. Strollers, nail polish, clothing, snuggies, etc etc etc. The closest thing to "human" that I have for Lexi is a seat belt attachment. Which doesn't seem silly at all to me.
Ditto this. We have one too, which i look at as safety not silly. My husband's a cop and fi they come upon an accident scene with a dog who is not restrained and is growling, barking, etc they have the right to shoot it in order to administer medical help to the humans. So I restrain them if for no other reason than that, plus it'll keep them from being launched from the car if we're in an accident (seen pictures of hubby's investigations of that and that scared me enough to go buy them for sure). Definitely not silly IMO.
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May 16th, 2010, 05:23 PM
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I"ve seen some funny products but that butt thing is just silly! My goodness! As far as the clothing and everything Yes, I am one of those crazy people that dress my girls but not 24/7 just for certain things and they look cute as can be so I don't care lmao!!!
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May 16th, 2010, 06:36 PM
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Ditto this. We have one too, which i look at as safety not silly. My husband's a cop and fi they come upon an accident scene with a dog who is not restrained and is growling, barking, etc they have the right to shoot it in order to administer medical help to the humans. So I restrain them if for no other reason than that, plus it'll keep them from being launched from the car if we're in an accident (seen pictures of hubby's investigations of that and that scared me enough to go buy them for sure). Definitely not silly IMO.
That is something that terrifies me to no end. Major reason why I absolutely hate when people put their dogs in the bed of their truck.
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May 17th, 2010, 02:26 PM
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I think the idea of a doggy seat belt sounds silly, but the safety aspect of them is obviously important.
Clothes don't really bother me that much. I don't really see a need to dress my dogs, but my smaller dog does have a jacket, because he gets cold at night during the winter. The only thing I don't understand are doggy bathing suits.

Alright here is another silly product. I most of you won't be bothered by it, as pet owners see it everyday, but just a fair warning there are pictures of dog poop on this site.
POOTRAP - Pet products and supplies of cleaning up dog poop
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