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This unique pendant is personally hand-glazed, titled and signed by artist Laura Seeley. Popular with pet owners who love and seek out original art work, each pendant is 1 3/8″ tall and 1 1/4″ wide and comes with a keepsake gift pouch. Multiple designs are available in square and rectangle shapes. To see all our designs, go to: Pendants
Looking for a great gift for the Rottweiler lover in your life? Using just colored pencils, Gemma Gylling captures amazingly lifelike images of dogs. Available on a variety of products, including quality tees, sweatshirts, and nightshirts (one size fits all, white only), her realistic animal portraits will display your love for the breed. Choose from either White or Natural apparel colors. Sizes are sizes S, M, L, XL, and XXL.
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Check these out! These are the cutest things I’ve seen in a long time! You can adopt a puppy or a kitten! They play, you can pet them, you can even breed them (without adding to the overpopulation problem)! They are really adorable! Check them out at: FooPet.com
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Just watched an excellent 4-minute film called In the Face of Danger. I thoroughly enjoyed it and I think you might too! Danger is the dog’s name, by the way. I don’t know what Danger’s “checkered past” is, but I think he is a GREAT dog! Mr. Schaffer and Danger seem to have a great relationship. You can tell that they really love each other! It was filmed in the Santa Fe /Los Alamos area (Yeah, NM!) by Allison Otto and the Serac Adventure Film School , and features Outside magazine senior editor Grayson Schaffer’s attempts to teach his dog Danger to become a search and rescue dog for the Los Alamos Mountain Canine Corps. The short form film is available online now on the OutsideK9 website.