Join the Wonder Pets for their wonderful, musical adventures from season 1 and 2! Watch how teamwork always works for Linny, Ming-Ming, and Tuck as they don their capes and set out to save young animals all over the world.
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My Pet Australian Blue Lobster in her aquarium, eating fish food, sandwich meat and a bean. A couple of other fish are there too.
This is my pet playing in our "yard" (sorry because of no music) he`s so cuteeee!!!!
Audrey picks this weeks top viral video, Wet Pets. Only in San Pablo.
From Show #8
Listen and watch Fred as he rants on about his most common everyday pet peeves
Pet Tomorn talk about Prae Pantip and his song "I love you so much".
Sergeant's Pet Care Products and Pet Specialist Steve Dale Team Up for Sergeant's "Splish Splash Photo Contest"
Enter Photos of Your Dog Taking a Bath and Win Really Cool Prizes
Sergeant's Pet Care Products and pet specialist Steve Dale are teaming up for pet owners and their dogs to have some "fun in the suds" for the Sergeant's "Splish Splash Photo Contest." That means it's time to hit the bathtub. Sergeant's wants to see snaps of your dog all wet and bubbled over!
This Pet Spa is supposed to be a nice way to bathe your pet but this cat really hates it! The owner should have known better.
Urges Pet Owners to Carefully Follow Certain Directions on Flea and Tick Control Product Packages to Reduce Potential Risks to Dogs and Cats
Sergeant's Pet Care Products, Inc., a leading provider of over-the-counter flea and tick control products for dogs and cats, is reminding pet owners of the need to follow specific label directions regarding the proper use of flea and tick control products and their potential associated risks through its national consumer educational campaign called "Look at the Label."
"The misuse of flea and tick products is, unfortunately, fairly common and potentially harmful," says Joel Adamson, senior vice president at Sergeant's. "Taking the time to read a product label can mean the difference between the life, health and death of your pet."
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Make a tiny electric pet bug. He responds to vibrations, wind, and movement by blinking his LED eyes. You can make one for under $6 and with no soldering using household items!
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