Holly Madison's Pup Bolts With $3.2 Million Collar

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While recreating the iconic Dogs Playing Poker scene with her pups on Monday, reality star Holly Madison ended up at the center of a jewelry heist — started by one of her dogs! As she posed pooches Josephine (right) and Napoleon for a FIDO Friendly magazine cover shoot inside the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Napoleon decided to leap off of his stool and go for a run — while wearing a $3.2 million collar from I Love Dogs. Security had no choice but to chase after the pup, who dodged around startled casino-goers with ease. Luckily, the official eventually caught up with Madison’s pooch, and safely retrieved the collar, too. Talk about a sly dog!

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Holly Madison's Pup Bolts With $3.2 Million Collar

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While recreating the iconic Dogs Playing Poker scene with her pups on Monday, reality star Holly Madison ended up at the center of a jewelry heist — started by one of her dogs! As she posed pooches Josephine (right) and Napoleon for a FIDO Friendly magazine cover shoot inside the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Napoleon decided to leap off of his stool and go for a run — while wearing a $3.2 million collar from I Love Dogs. Security had no choice but to chase after the pup, who dodged around startled casino-goers with ease. Luckily, the official eventually caught up with Madison’s pooch, and safely retrieved the collar, too. Talk about a sly dog!

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Cuddle Up to Your Purse with Fuzzy Nation's Doggie Bags

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It takes a lot for a sophisticated fashionista to turn her head. And we can guarantee that all the leashes, potty patches and cat beds outside our office doors have rarely garnered a glance — there’s just no way we can compete with high-end celebrity fashion.So you can imagine our surprise when a mate stopped in her tracks and gasped at the sight of glittery, winged Stella the Pug, the flagship product from Fuzzy Nation, a company that makes tiny purses, ostensibly for tweens. Purses in the likenesses of Shar Peis, Chinese Cresteds, and yes, pugs. Pooches as handbags: Why didn’t we think of that?

Fuzzy Nation’s two pooch purse lines — the OMG! Collection, and Plushious Bags — are less about function and utility than they are about having something over-the-top precious to tote around in the crook of your arm. They make unique gifts, have got fantastic packaging, and they’re certainly worthy of any princess, whether she’s 6 years old or 60. Fuzzy Nation carries lots of other goodies, like earmuffs with little pug heads on either end, customizeable bags (who doesn’t want a picture of their own little Fluffy over their arm?), jewelry, plush toys, and — why not? They’ve got winestoppers, too.

The products aren’t cheap (items range from $22-$180), but the payback in coos and smiles is worth it. Plus, if you order directly from Fuzzy Nation, you get a free gift for purchases over $50. Can’t complain about that!

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Cuddle Up to Your Purse with Fuzzy Nation's Doggie Bags

001487589

It takes a lot for a sophisticated fashionista to turn her head. And we can guarantee that all the leashes, potty patches and cat beds outside our office doors have rarely garnered a glance — there’s just no way we can compete with high-end celebrity fashion.So you can imagine our surprise when a mate stopped in her tracks and gasped at the sight of glittery, winged Stella the Pug, the flagship product from Fuzzy Nation, a company that makes tiny purses, ostensibly for tweens. Purses in the likenesses of Shar Peis, Chinese Cresteds, and yes, pugs. Pooches as handbags: Why didn’t we think of that?

Fuzzy Nation’s two pooch purse lines — the OMG! Collection, and Plushious Bags — are less about function and utility than they are about having something over-the-top precious to tote around in the crook of your arm. They make unique gifts, have got fantastic packaging, and they’re certainly worthy of any princess, whether she’s 6 years old or 60. Fuzzy Nation carries lots of other goodies, like earmuffs with little pug heads on either end, customizeable bags (who doesn’t want a picture of their own little Fluffy over their arm?), jewelry, plush toys, and — why not? They’ve got winestoppers, too.

The products aren’t cheap (items range from $22-$180), but the payback in coos and smiles is worth it. Plus, if you order directly from Fuzzy Nation, you get a free gift for purchases over $50. Can’t complain about that!

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Dogs Trained to Push a Grocery Cart

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They may not know how to choose the best produce, but these two pups in Shenyang, China, have their grocery shopping down to a science. The dogs were trained for years by their owner, a local woman by the name of Ms. Wang, and have learned to carry a handbag and push a cart full of vegetables. No word on whether the little guys put away the groceries, too. But we’re willing to bet they definitely enjoy eating their purchases!

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Rebel with Pettattoos….

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Remember when you were a pretty young thing, bristling on the edge of tween awkwardness and teenage… awkwardness?

Nothing decimates the wide-eyed innocence of childhood quite like the first time a prepubescent waltzes into a novelty store lined with blacklight posters and clip-on belly button rings. It’s here that every child realizes they have the chance to develop an attitude, a persona — via a rub-on tattoo.

Well, now that same experience has gone to the dogs.

Described as a “safe, fun, and non-toxic [way to] give them the voice they always wanted,” the Petattoo is a soft rubber foam stamp that gives your pup the same chance to brand himself a “Lil’ Devil,” “Butt Sniffer,” or “Poop Machine,” as you may have once done yourself. Replete with an ergonomic handle meant to make the stamps “easy to use” (although, really, how hard could it be?), the reusable Petattoos come off easily with just water and paper towel, promising Fido’s humiliation be only a temporary.

Just be careful; the next thing you know, your pooch will be coming home way after curfew.

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The Bob Ross Of Cat Massage Tells Us that Petting Is Passé

Of course there’s nothing strange about pet massage in and of itself, but this may be the most insane video we’ve ever seen.The unnamed, blissed out pet masseuse comes off like the Bob Ross of kitty massage. “‘Remember the old Simon & Garfunkel song? ‘Slow down, you’re movin’ too fast!’ That says a lot about life and about cat massage.” So true! What other nuggets of sage wisdom can cat massage teach us about our lives?

* “If you’re right handed, use your right hand. Left handers, use left.”
* “We touch all the time, so why not be the best at it? Like the touch of a fairy.”
* “You can’t fool drool!”

Yes, she seems a bit off her nut. Still, cat massage isn’t necessarily a bad idea. The subtext here, though, seems to be that it will work out a lot better for you and your cat if you’re both on prescription mood stabilizers to begin with. Bellyrama!

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Furry Fashion-Forward! On Pawtrol at Pet Fashion Week

What’s the pet fashion industry barking about right now? New York City’s Pet Fashion Week, of course! This past weekend, animal lovers descended upon the Big Apple to find out about trends in pet gear and share ideas about grooming, caretaking and more. And PEOPLE Pets intern Aaron Eisenberg was on hand to chat with attendees about their most outlandish pet products as well as serve up a few questions on our other favorite topic – celebrities! Which dog breeds are the Brad Pitt or Jennifer Lopez of the canine world? Find out in the clip above!

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Elle Macpherson's Dog Bella Given Modelling Contract

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The Australian supermodel’s labradoodle will star in a national advertising campaign.
The five year-old will be the face of designer dog fashion brand Dogside.com, with mini billboards placed on lamp-posts throughout Britain.
Elle, 46, who already has her own lingerie and cosmetics ranges, has often been photographed out walking Bella near her £7.5 million Notting Hill home.

The brand’s advertising materials boast that Bella is ideal for showing off its products, including leads, coats, scarves and bowls, for “today’s stylish urban dog”.

Dogside’s Flora Page said: “We approached leading models about their signing up their pets.

“Elle is a dog lover and was top of our wish list, so we were thrilled when she phoned up in person to say that she would love Bella to be the face of our brand.”

Celebrities owning labradoodles – a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Poodle also include Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond and comic Graham Norton.

Beverley Cuddy, editor of Dogs Today magazine, voiced fears about the high-profile ad campaign. She said: “When Paris Hilton took her Chihuahua everywhere, there was a rush in sales of handbag dogs.

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“Adopting a celebrity’s hairstyle as they chop and change is fine but acquiring a dog for fashion to mirror a celebrity idol is disastrous. Lots of people chuck these dogs out after a few months.

“Having a labradoodle is becoming a fashion thing and they already cost more than £1,000 for a puppy more than pedigree dogs and are attracting unscrupulous breeders.

“This will not be any less of a trend by Elle Macpherson’s dog becoming a supermodel.”

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Elle Macpherson's Dog Bella Given Modelling Contract

supermodel dog

The Australian supermodel’s labradoodle will star in a national advertising campaign.
The five year-old will be the face of designer dog fashion brand Dogside.com, with mini billboards placed on lamp-posts throughout Britain.
Elle, 46, who already has her own lingerie and cosmetics ranges, has often been photographed out walking Bella near her £7.5 million Notting Hill home.

The brand’s advertising materials boast that Bella is ideal for showing off its products, including leads, coats, scarves and bowls, for “today’s stylish urban dog”.

Dogside’s Flora Page said: “We approached leading models about their signing up their pets.

“Elle is a dog lover and was top of our wish list, so we were thrilled when she phoned up in person to say that she would love Bella to be the face of our brand.”

Celebrities owning labradoodles – a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Poodle also include Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond and comic Graham Norton.

Beverley Cuddy, editor of Dogs Today magazine, voiced fears about the high-profile ad campaign. She said: “When Paris Hilton took her Chihuahua everywhere, there was a rush in sales of handbag dogs.

supermodel dog 2

“Adopting a celebrity’s hairstyle as they chop and change is fine but acquiring a dog for fashion to mirror a celebrity idol is disastrous. Lots of people chuck these dogs out after a few months.

“Having a labradoodle is becoming a fashion thing and they already cost more than £1,000 for a puppy more than pedigree dogs and are attracting unscrupulous breeders.

“This will not be any less of a trend by Elle Macpherson’s dog becoming a supermodel.”

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