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My base for a DIY pet toy cleaner is simple – liquid soap. You can , or you can get something all-natural liquid soap. Another key ingredient is distilled water. Tap water, and the pipes it flows through, may contain contaminants that could cause bacteria to grow in your mixture over time. Your tap water could also contain chlorine or fluoride, which you don’t want in your pet toy cleaner. My last ingredient is a bit of lavender essential oil. Lavender is a known germ fighter and should a tiny amount be ingested. Mostly, it’ll just wash off. (Lavender EO is also if you are using this cleaner on cat toys.)
This DIY pet toy cleaner also works for rubber, vinyl, and nylon toys. Just rinse well and air dry.
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Poor care can cause a pet to die, but it can also die of old age. If an old pet dies without producing offspring, the family line has ended. The Japanese Tamagotchi toys usually feature a ghost and headstone when the pet dies, but English language versions have been changed to show an angel at death, or simply a floating to indicate its return to its home planet. Often at times it will show the transition graphic, after which it will show the pet appearing to be sick, but with the skull flashing, beeping as it flashes. It then will show a happy version of the pet flashing with a longer beep, with an egg on the right side of the screen, after which it will show the pet as an angel (as indicated above). Pressing the middle button shows the age at which the pet died. After the pet dies, one can restart from the beginning by pressing A and C. Do you have a natural method for cleaning your pet’s toys? Tell us about it!
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Photo provided by FlickrFill it with goodies that your pet will love. Food, treats, toys — you can get it all here.
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When walking into a pet store, you probably wouldn't expect to see Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, or Bernie Sanders. But in many pet stores across the country, customers have. Well, in pet chew-toy form, at least.Plush Toys one of a kind Pet Toys are Hedgehog, WarDogs Bone,Socks Monkey, Red Rope Bird,Latex Emojis & Angry Fish,Krinkle and Squeak Newspaper,But if you're wanting to buy the Donald Trump toy for your pet, you may be out of luck: The Trump dolls keeping selling out. In Chelsea, West Village, Upper West Side and Carnegie Hill, for example, the Trump toys are out-selling Clinton toys 3-to-1, Tsartsalis told the Post. And in Murray Hill, Trump is out-selling Clinton 4-to-1. The question is, which toys? With a global pet economy, the options—and problems—keep growing. On the pet aisles, shoppers are greeted with all the persuasive power of an infomercial. Bright, funky objects, packaged to the nines, demand closer inspection—but not too close. The readable text is mostly advertising, not information. “The packaging for these products is incredible and totally deceiving,” says Pattie Boden, owner of the Animal Connection in Charlottesville, Va. Boden, who is picky about sourcing safe, natural toys to stock her shelves, says that a 25-year career in advertising has made her a skeptic. Despite the constant media comments about how we pamper our pets, toys are no mere luxury. Experts say that dogs need them, and need more than one kind. That doesn’t mean more bells and whistles, just different types. Toys can take the edge off a bad day, like a stress ball you squeeze when you’re mad. Softer toys a dog can “baby” satisfy gentler instincts. Frisbees, balls and tugs are ways to share the fun, while squeaky playthings cry out for attack. Unfortunately for dogs and owners, manufacturing of pet toys relies on the honor system; for less scrupulous companies, it’s trial by error. In some cases, even errors (discovered through consumer complaints) are ignored. Choose carelessly and our dogs may pay the hidden cost. Among the most familiar hazards are choking and stomach obstruction. Pieces as well as particles may be ingested, and since our pups use their mouths to play, toxic materials and coatings also pose a risk. Yet the Food and Drug Administration doesn’t regulate dog toys, and the Consumer Product Safety Commission only regulates pet toys that can be proven to put consumers (people, not dogs) at risk.