— See examples of the blurry line between which toys are for dogs and which are for humans.
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— For spring we review the Diamond-Plate Double-Tuff and the Orbee-Tuff Produce Carrot. Because we can.
— Ace tries out some stylish and affordable items, including a fetch toy, a brush and a placemat.
— Chocolates and flowers are out, so I'm giving Ace this line of dog toys that features the Care Bears.
— After you read our review, find out how you can win this souped-up version of a classic dog toy.
— My Boston Terrier, Ace, inspects the 1980s-inspired PetSmart toys, clothing, and accessories.
— Relax. Flirt poles are fine. They're like giant cat toys for dogs, and they're great in summer.
— A pet writer sees all kinds of things in the course of her work. Here are some of the strangest.
— Gel treats, an electric toothbrush, and more of my instant favorites from the floor.
— And yes, they're toys for dogs. That's not weird at all. Also, you can win your own set!
— The man behind the Bratz dolls, Carter Bryant, aims for an interspecies hit.
— Sasha might look sweet, but behind those pearly whites is a killer instinct aimed at all playthings.
— If you want your dog to be his best, he needs a compatible buddy. Here's how to identify one.
— Don't worry -- these cards are meant to be chewed on, and so are these other high-class toys.
— If you have an extreme dog person on your list, stop biting your nails! We've got you covered.
— The all-natural tug toy is tested for durability by the discriminating dogs of Barking Hound Village Foundation.
— Better, stronger, faster -- these super-tough dog toys will make your dog feel like a canine superhero.
— Jake the dog reviews must-have summer products for pooches. And he's giving two away!
— Staycations offer the perfect excuse to spend gobs of time with your dog. Here's how to plan one that doesn't suck.
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— Sometimes, a product enters your life at exactly the right time - i.e. when you need it most. This was the case with the Muscle...
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