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Postby voodoopitbull » Sat Feb 05, 2005 8:34 am

Morrco Pet Supplies
Extremely fast shipping, great customer service. I got my stuff in mere days rather than weeks (which happens when you live out in the country). The quality of the leather goods I bought were very nice. I purchased the Sphinx Collar for Champagne, a braided leather leash and a simple leather leash. I would buy from them again.

House of Pets (not the puppy peddling company but a Yahoo store)
I ordered Mally a black leather collar with yellow rhinestones. The design is beautiful but the quality is poor. I'll be hunting another collar by the end of the year for her. Wouldn't buy from them again. Also, they did not send me a conformation email when I placed my first order so I REordered it and then emailed them to cancel the second order.

Dogwise
Great selection of dog books. I ordered The Cautious Canine by Patricia McConnell, Fight! by Jean Donaldson, Don't Shoot the Dog! by Karen Pryor (lost my old copy) and Dogs are from Neptune by Jean Donaldson. The Cautious Canine is a very good booklet. I love Don't Shoot the Dog!. Fight! is about treating dog-dog aggression...not for pitties but a decent read anyways. Dogs are from Neptune is decent...when I look back, not really worth the money. It's good in some parts and rehashed Culture Clash in other parts.

LDS Leather
I didn't order from them so I cannot comment on the quality of their products but I CAN comment on their quality of service. Or lackthereof. I emailed them about buying a leather collar with a specific design...they said they could do it and we talked specifics. About our third email I never heard back from them again. It's been two weeks. Sorry LDS Leather. You lost a customer.

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Postby Salival » Sat Feb 05, 2005 1:58 pm

http://www.k9toolbox.com/leads/index.html

I love their leather leads! They are at great prices and are shipped very quickly. I have never had a problem with them yet and plan on buying more shortly. The K9sportz leads are very soft and durable, with the look and feel of leather(though softer). They are great to grip and hold up wonderfully through weather. And everything is customizable :))

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Postby deuce69 » Sat Feb 05, 2005 5:07 pm

Morrco.com

I ordered the two in. leather studded collar with a nameplate on it on thurs., and it arrived today... I'm pleased with how fast they got it here and also how easy the site was to use... I would definately refer them to anyone.. the leather seems to be pretty strong, but i guess only time will tell.. A+ for Morrco Pet supply :headbang: [/b]

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Postby JCleve86 » Tue Feb 08, 2005 2:02 pm

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The Boxer Boos LOVED the giant version of this toy. It lasted longer than most plush toys too...almost a week! lol Bosco loved it the most...he would get it and do the death shake to it so hard that when he released it it would fly across the room. Molly wouldn't be near him when he played with it cuz he'd shake it so hard that it would smack her and hurt her! We called it the "Dirty Skanky Pu$$y"... RIP.

Highly reccomended if your willing to dole out the cash on a short lived stuffed toy for the entertainment alone.

kernel scurry

Postby kernel scurry » Tue Feb 15, 2005 7:58 pm

I got mystique's new harness from http://fordogtrainers.com - http://www.fordogtrainers.com/index.asp ... &ProdID=12

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It's to big for her right now, hopfully it fits well once she gets a little bigger... I got ahead of myself, but I had the money and I knew I wanted one so I just got it. :)

voodoopitbull

Postby voodoopitbull » Wed Mar 02, 2005 9:53 am

Boomerang Pet Tags

I purchased three tag/collar combos, got a conformation email but no tracking on my products and wasn't notified when the collars went on back-order. I emailed Don, the owner, numerous times and got just as many excuses on why my stuff wasn't in. I waited one whole month just to get four simple things. The quality of the tags were awesome but I would never order the collar/tag combo again.

When I emailed him to let him know I recieved my stuff and how happy I was with the quality and he never emailed me back. He did, finally, pay for my order because of the poor service I got.

kernel scurry

Postby kernel scurry » Wed Mar 02, 2005 9:49 pm

http://shoredog.com - I just ordered the 1.5" wide 4' long hemp leash, its the widest hemp leash I've found online.

http://shoredog.com/Hemp.html#Standard_Leash

Hopfully the snap is better than the ones on the 1" wide leashes in the pic...

phez718

Postby phez718 » Sun Mar 06, 2005 9:21 pm

I got Casey's collar from BlockyDogs a few days ago. I love it!

I have some better close up pics of the collar, but the film needs to be developed...

Here are a few pics from today:
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AllAmericanPUP

Postby AllAmericanPUP » Sun Mar 06, 2005 10:24 pm

i really want a block dog collar for eli :inlove:

kernel scurry

Postby kernel scurry » Wed Mar 09, 2005 11:06 pm

http://www.catgrace.com/petemrede.html

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Get a window sticker for your house, incase of fire, to let emergency response teams know you have live animals inside.

These measure 4" x 5" and you get 2 per package @ 3.99 a package.

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Postby ripley6 » Fri Apr 15, 2005 10:37 am

WOW! I'm loving this thread! Great idea!

Last Christmas my brother-in-law (VERY into his German shorthaired pointers) gave us a pet goodie-bag with an Everlasting Treat ball from Triple Crown, guaranteed to be indestructible. My thoughts: Yeah, right! Pippa goes through the Nylabone Souper bones in no time flat and Biscuit absolutely makes her look like an amateur. Even the Kongs are getting a little scruffy. But this rubbery ball - even the little "flaps" in the center - has survived completely intact! It is great for stuffing treats in and really helped when I was crate-training Biscuit. It also makes a good toy - rolls, bounces. It is pricey ($24.99 for a large one) - but you only have to buy it once :))


http://www.triplecrowndogs.com/shop/product.htm?loc=208

phez718

Postby phez718 » Mon Apr 25, 2005 10:18 am

Well, thought I'd post a little review for Casey's weight pull harness. It's very well made and came out perfect. Kudos to Cindy from CD Pits Harnesses :headbang: And now, on with the pics:

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Postby Cheshirekatt » Sun May 01, 2005 6:02 pm

Well, I have to say that I love www.1800petmeds.com Between Elvis' phenobarb, pred and allgery meds, Amadeus' Tumil-K and Wilma's Prozac it is MUCH cheaper than my vet or the people pharmacy. Once the order is processed it only takes about 2 days to get it. Beware though that they don't send orders out for delivery on the week-ends due to some things being perishable.

I just recently ordered a collar through http://www.blockydogs.com/index.htm and the customer service was amazing! Once we get the collar we'll let you know what we think. :)

I ordered a collar through http://www.morrco.com/pet-pets-collar.html and while we got it quick and it was good quality the sizing was funky.

I ordered a bed from http://www.planetdog.com/photoAlbum.asp and it's Wilma's favorite ever! It came fast and was on sale and it's super cute.

I've ordered Doggles from this ebay store and the shipping was only $.01! And they came in two days with free treats inside! The dogs were very excited about that. I'd definately order from these guys again. http://stores.ebay.com/BestFriends-General-Store

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Postby PittyLuvers » Sat Oct 22, 2005 12:22 pm

We use ghees, karate belts, as a tug toy. My husband is the only one who can tug with Rudy - he is really strong and loves to tug - he makes a joyful rythmic growl and bark when he tugs. They are available cheap on-line, garage sales etc. We tie knots in them because they are so long. They are sturdy and have five seam lines. We have to keep them out of reach of the dogs between tug time because Rudy chews them up into tinier and tinier pieces. The two dogs have fun even with the tiny pieces. It's hysterical to see the dogs tugging on a four inch piece of ghee.

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Postby JaystreetsA4 » Fri Nov 18, 2005 2:05 am

can anyone give some reviews of toohpastes and shampoos? thanbk a bunch.


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