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Dog lovers know that it takes commitment and dedication to make their dogs happy. Dressy Puppy was created specifically for this purpose: to make your best friend happy by making the selection of products your pet will need in an easy and fun way. Here at Dressy Puppy we will review a wide selection of dog products in brands that you are already familiar with and love, plus many more new brands to discover. We will make available reviews  on the  best in dog apparel & accessories, toys, chew toys, costumes, training & behavior aids, brushes, kennels & crates and  more.

LATEST DOG AND PET NEWS

  • What food to give and not to give your dog

    What food to give and not to give your dog All dog lovers want to make their pets happy and would rather give them everything their soulful eyes beg for. However,  there are foods that you can give them and those that you shouldn’t. Now that Christmas is just around the corner, I’m sure you...

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  • Home On-The-Go Dog Crate in Black
    Home On-The-Go Dog Crate in Black

    The Home On-The-Go dog crate of Prevue Pet Products is a single door crate created to provide dogs with the highest level of comfort and safety. It is also made to endure years of use. it is made of substantial gauge mesh that provides stability and security. This crate's large single door has a hea...

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  • When Does Your Dog Need an Outdoor Kennel ?

    When Does Your Dog Need an Outdoor Kennel ? Most dog owners are not happy confining their pets. But there are reasons why dogs need an outdoor kennel, also known as a dog run. This is especially true for working dog owners who do not have anybody left in the house with the dog. For one, the havoc...

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  • Research on How Dogs Learn and Think About Human
    Research on How Dogs Learn and Think About Human Behavior

    Owners of dog repeatedly confirm that their pets give the impression that they can read their minds. Why do dogs misbehave when their owners are not around or not looking, and how did they learn to beg for chow? The team of Monique Udell of the University of Florida found out that the way dogs react...

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  • Dogs' Behavior Aids in Designing Social Robots
    Dogs’ Behavior Aids in Designing Social Robots

    According to Gabriella Lakatos of the Eötvös Loránd University and Hungarian Academy of Sciences pet owners who design social robots can learn a thing or two from the interaction of their pets with a prototype robot on how to calibrate and fine-tune future robot designs. Lakatos led a team that p...

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