From serving trays that are perfect for any appetizer to a complete dinnerware set, these are the products that every holiday tableau needs this year.
The popular American dog toy subscription company recently released the toy in its Thanksgiving box.‘In the last 24 hours, I think we’ve all learned something about how to make ads fun, be careful with flesh-coloured toys of any design, and that CONFLABBIT NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO dog toys just ALWAYS LOOK LIKE DURN SEX TOYS.’.
Primark were another company who got caught out a few years back, when people spotted a hidden penis design in their #Elfie t-shirts .
Oh, look at that cute little llama (Picture: Kmart)A llama is causing some drama thanks to its ‘rude’ design. Kmart is selling a dog toy – we repeat, a toy for dogs, who we doubt appreciate the rudeness of any design – which is made to look like a fluffy little llama.
As well as using the new beak to eat, she was using it to climb the cage in the touching footage posted by the center, which said she is recovering well from the operation.
French bulldogs have become the UK's top dogs over the past decade but more need rescuing (Image: GETTY) RSPCA dog welfare expert Lisa Hens said today: “We know that the breeds of dog coming into our care often reflect the trends in dog ownership in the wider world and, at the moment, it doesn’t get more trendy than ‘designer’ dogs like French bulldogs and dachshunds.
She already has a bodyguard, a personal chef and two maids, but the seven-year-old cat could soon inherit a sizeable chunk of the late designer’s £150m fortune Of all the paperwork that follows a death, few things are as distressing as the will.
A regular security camera does a good job, and some even have settings to alert you if its microphone picks up the specific sound of a dog barking, like the Nest Cam IQ Indoor, below.
It’s suitable for long-bodied dogs, but the sizing won’t accommodate very large breeds. It’s a truly beautiful product that comes in plenty of sizes, but also the most expensive coat we reviewed, and on top of that, dry clean only.
(Picture: Tom Maddick / SWNS.com)Fraser the four-year-old poodle seriously slays in his Burberry-style doggie coat which he wears everywhere. (Picture: Tom Maddick / SWNS.com)‘He hates going out in the wet, I certainly wouldn’t like to go out with nothing on in this weather,’ she said.
One reason this adorable cross breed dog skyrocketed into pupularity is because it requires less grooming compared to a regular Golden Retriever, thanks to its Poodle side, but has the wonderful laid-back personality for which goldies are known.
Now a survey of feline influence over each Australian state reveals things haven’t really changed all that much.The fresh look at Australian attitudes reveals the subtle differences in attitude and behaviour human staff have towards their furry overlords.The survey was part of a marketing campaign by Fancy Feast to coincide with the launch of a new collection of ‘premium cat accessories’, designed by Australian fashion designer Leona Edmiston.And it actually seems they’re on to something.RELATED: Never double-cross your cat.