What is a Rubit and where can I find one I hear you cry! Let me clear this up. A Rubit is not a cross between a rabbit and a bandit (which was my original guess). It is a tag clip that is designed to make your life incredible easy when you are transferring dog tags from one collar to another. If your pups are anything like mine and have different collars an harnesses for different occasions  you will find the Rubit invaluable. I often change between collars and bike harnesses for the babes and have many a broken nail to prove…

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All of the animals are shedding like crazy right now. Living in a city apartment, I notice that there is no place for the pet fur to hide. I am not just talking about small amounts of hair either, I am talking about little fur hills you can make with the “flyaway fur”! Living with 2 dogs and 1 cat (plus all the various other rescues that come into the house), can take it’s toll on you when you are vacuuming every day. There has to be a better way?? Introducing the FURminator (please tell me when I sound like…

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DawggieGoPak is the ultimate multi-functional pet product that is designed for the busy city dog owner. The lovely Ethel from DawggieGoPak allowed us to try the designs and I must say that we are hooked. I love the fact that I can put my keys, cell phone and credit cards in one place without filling my pockets to the brim or having to take a bag out. I also love the variety of customization with the ribbons and pak colors. The fabric is water resistant and attaches to your current leash with a clip that means you are totally hands free…

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Being a dog in the city is not always about buying cute accessories, attending fun events and sipping “puptinis” in the park. Sometimes being a city dog is about giving back to other dogs that need your help and support. Today Houdini and I went to go and help raise funds for The Sato Project at their event at West Elm in Brooklyn. The Sato project is an incredible charity that saves dogs from Dead Dog Beach in Puerto Rico and bring them to NYC to be rehabilitated, rehomed, and loved. Please consider The Sato Project when making your charitable…

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