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Pets - Pampering man's best friend

A slew of new products are the cat's meow.

by Rosemarie Colombraro

So, how popular is yoga? Downward-facing dog isn't just a pose anymore: Now you and your pooch can practice yoga together, thanks to a new video (see below). A new generation of pet products with human appeal is fueling a $23 billion industry. One contributing factor is the degree to which humans are bonding with their four-legged companions. In a recent poll of pet owners, 83% said they consider themselves their pet's "parent." So it's only natural that a growing number of us want Fido and Fluffy to share our life experiences -- even our religion. For those who do, there's kosher pet food.

Here are a few of our favorite new items:

Quiet Spot Pet Tag Silencer solves the problem of middle-of-the-night jingling tags. The neoprene pouch attaches to your pet's collar. Even London's chi-chi Harrods stocks them (www.itzadog.com, $8).

Animals don't have to be Jewish to eat KosherPets cat and dog food; the hormone-, antibiotic- and chemical-free food is a good choice for allergy-prone pets.
Plus: It's endorsed by the Chicago Rabbinical Council. A 1-pound bag is $29.95 (kosherpets.com).

Bodhi Toys incorporates the harmonious principles of feng shui into its toys, with Chinese-style carp, bamboo-shaped sticks and lotus flower-decorated balls (bodhitoys.com, $8 and up).

(for complete story visit http://www.usaweekend.com/03_issues/030216/030216pet_yoga.html)







 
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