In the city, space is a premium but these pampered pooches are given more square footage than most New Yorkers! In the second of the Boudoir series, we ask Erika Searl how her city dogs live and share her “human” space. Cubby and Ginger are the epitome of style and grace when it comes to mixing business and pleasure. These two pups work hard as charity pups and play hard as reality tv stars and socialites. Where do you live? We live in an alcove studio in West Midtown.  The realtor says it is over 500 square feet . . . it…

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  Is it too hot for spot? safety thermometer is brilliant not only for car journeys but also for those few city dog owners that do not leave the air conditioning on for their dog. Dogs overheat very fast and this thermometer provides pet owners with real time information to make intelligent choices. On a hot day, you need to make sure that Fido is safe

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Hey y’all. I know it has been pretty quiet on the blog since our return to Oklahoma and we apologize. It isn’t coz we don’t love ya (we love you loads), it has just taken a while to process the events that happened while visiting a disaster site. As many of you know, I am a huge animal rescue advocate and deal with dogs and cats in pretty awful situations pretty frequently. Nothing could prepare me for Oklahoma where not just the animals needed help, but the people also. While the trip was very hard to process, it was very…

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So it turns out that 72% of pet owners in New York City, 68.4% in DC and 62% in Chicago are single!!!! Compare that to only 54.7% in the rest of America and you release how many more single pet parents there are in city environments. Gentlemen, this is great news for you as most of these pet parents are single ladies (62 %). So how do you meet pet lovers in big cities? Here are some great sites to start you off on the right track  is owned and run by the incredible Sheryl Matthys who started a pet…

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