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Review of Pheenxs Pets Foxy Dog Squeeker Toy

My dogs love toys and today I’ve got one for review from a company called Pheenx pets. The Foxy Dog squeeker toy is a big squeaker shaped fox with a crinkly tail. The toy is large and my dogs love it, but sadly in was dead in about ten minutes as my dog Casey has this thing for squeakers. It’s a great toy, it’s cute and my dogs do love it though.

PetVitalix Dog Whistle Kit Review


Link: http://technogog.com/review/review-of-petvitalix-dog-whistle-kit/

Quote: “If you’ve got dogs they need to be trained and there are many ways to do it and one of those is a whistle. Today for review I’ve got the PetVitalix Dog Whistle Kit which includes a tunable dog whistle and a pet id tag along with a handy lanyard so you don’t lost it. PetVitalix also includes several very useful eBooks about training your dogs with the whistles and other books about keeping them healthy and other information concerning your dogs. My dogs are rather stubborn but I’ve been trying the whistle with them and have seen some responses but I think I’ll need more time to really get them trained. The old saying ‘you can’t teach an old dog new tricks’ seems to apply for my dogs as they’re about five years old now, but they are responding so time and patience is something you’ll need to train your dogs. Read on to learn more… “

Petseer Dog Breath Freshener and Teeth Cleaner Review


Link: http://technogog.com/review/review-of-petseer-dog-breath-freshener-and-teeth-cleaner/

Quote: “I review a lot of things and we review a lot of different things on here as you may have noticed. We’re not just about tech products, we’re about pretty much everything and that includes pet products now! Today for review I’ve got something a little different it’s a dog breath freshener and teeth cleaner from a company called Petseer and it’s exactly what it sounds like. The product is a foam that you spray into your dogs mouth to not only give them better breath but to help clean their teeth and keep them healthy. This was a weird review I have to say, so read on to learn more… “

Do Not Use Sergeant’s Evolve Flea and Tick Drops on Your Dogs!



I applied Sergeants evolve flea and tick drops last night to my dogs. I have two Pitbulls who are 5 months old. I bought it because the store didn’t have our normal Frontline and I thought the company name and products were reputable. Within an hour of applying the product both of my dogs were acting weird and whining. This got worse as the night progressed, they didn’t sleep and neither did I. They whined, cried, scratched and twitched all night long and into the morning. When I let them out of their pens they ran around the house rolling around on the floor whining and crying, rubbing up against anything they could find, knocking over chairs and just being very odd. I did some research and found that there are thousands of complaints about this product, I wish I had knew this before the purchase as I would never have bought it. I bathed the dogs immediately first thing in the morning after reading about the deaths of other dogs. They only have it on for about 7 hours total, and they seem a little better. The scratching has subsided and they’re actually asleep now. As they’re sleeping they’re twitching though. I’m hoping I got to them early enough that no severe damage has occurred to them. I will never buy another Sergeant’s product for my pets again, and I will gladly tell others to stay away. I also bought the Sergeant’s gold for my cats, but I’m afraid to use it on them. I already opened the box so I can’t return it to the store. So basically I’m out the cost of both boxes now, what a waste. Why won’t they take these products off of the shelves if they know of these problems?!

So far no damage to my pets. It’s early though, and I hope they’re going to be ok. I think I got it all washed off early enough that it won’t cause any damage to them, but only time will tell really. My smaller dog does seem to have an irritation on her back, it feels matted and hard. The only economic damage is that I’m out the cost of two boxes of their product since I’m not going to use it on my cats now after reading about and then seeing the reactions in my dogs.

I filed a complaint already at Consumer Affairs, not that it’s actually going to do much good I’m sure. I’m amazed that they are selling this product, there are thousands of complaints about this and their other products out there. Dogs and cats are dying and getting sick because of them, but they don’t seem to care. The ones who survive are only doing so after costly vet bills…

So stay away from this product please…


EDIT – UPDATE:  Well it’s the same day, just late afternoon. The smallest dog, Samantha, has developed two of what look like chemical burns on her back. They’re seeping and rather nasty.. fun-fun, we’ll see what happens here.

EDIT: 6-23-11 – UPDATE

So things have gotten worse with Samantha.

Here’s a couple pictures of what this stuff did to my dog, warning they are a bit graphic: