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Friday, November 27, 2015

2015 Favorites Pet Lovers Holiday Gift Guide

As a Pet Blogger, I am fortunate to be able to try out many different pet products to share with my readers. I enjoy being able to share things that may help make the lives of pets and their people easier, more fun, and better.


This Pet Lovers Holiday Gift Guide is a list that I've compiled from some of our favorite things that we've tried in 2015. Most of them are things that I've shared here at Pawsitively Pets this year. This is a list that I created all on my own, and none of the brands were asked to be included on the list. In fact, most probably don't even know I've made this Holiday Gift Guide.

I've check all of the items on this list for Holiday sales they me be having as well and included any information I could find for discounts. Many of the codes and sales may have expiration dates of which I have no control over. Happy shopping!

We're Giving Away BIG Prizes! Enter the Deck the Howls Holiday Giveaway

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! I have an exciting announcement today for all of you - we're having a HUGE holiday giveaway with 3 BIG prizes!

Here's what you can win:

  • 1st Prize: $200 Amazon Gift Card
  • 2nd Prize: $100 Amazon Gift Card
  • 3rd Prize: A Pet-Centric Gift Basked filled with goodies from Stella & Chewy's, FullBucket, and Bonnie & Clyde Premium Pet Goods

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Easy Transition to a Raw Food Diet for Dogs With Bravo Pet Foods

For the past few weeks, Shiner has been eating Bravo Homestyle Complete Dinner for Dogs. The food is a freeze-dried raw diet for dogs and all you have to do is add water to re-hydrate it. Feeding a raw diet to Shiner is something I have thought about, but never tried before. If you missed our introduction to Bravo Pet Foods, you can read it here.

I was skeptical about trying a raw diet with her for a few reasons:

  • I want to make sure her diet is nutritionally complete and I don't trust myself to formulate a homemade diet for her. 
  • I thought it might be time consuming. 
  • I have no freezer space. 
  • I was worried that a raw diet could get messy in the house. 
  • Cost concerns. 

Monday, November 23, 2015

Benefits of Using a Security Camera to Monitor Your Pets

Do you ever wonder what your pets are up to while you're not at home? I know I sure do. Especially if I have to make a long trip somewhere. I personally wonder if my dog and cat are getting along OK. I try to keep them separated when I'm gone, but my dog has taught herself how to open some of the doors in my house so separation doesn't always work I've learned.

Benefits of Using a Security Camera to Monitor Your Pets

Keeping an eye on your pets while you're not home has become extremely easy recently. There are now security monitoring cameras available that allow you to monitor your pets and home from your smartphone. I've been using a Vimtag VT-361 HD Indoor Camera for a few weeks now and think it's kind of fun to spy on the pets to see what they are up to.

This post is sponsored by Vimtag. We are being compensated to help spread the word about Vimtag Security Cameras, but Pawsitively Pets only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Vimtag is not responsible for the content of this article. This post contains affiliate links.
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