Pet Microchipping: Aye or Nay?

In the United States, around 10 million dogs and cats are lost or petnapped yearly according to the American Humane Association. Unfortunately, only 23% are reunited with their owners, the Coalition for Reuniting Pets and Families found. That's why vets recommend microchipping your pet to avoid this heartbreaking scenario.

But is it practical and, more importantly, safe to get your pet chipped? Let's discuss it in this article.

What is pet microchipping, and what is it not?

Pet microchipping is the process of injecting a glass-enclosed electronic chip beneath the skin of a dog or cat. It doesn't need any anesthesia or surgery to implant it. The vet only uses a relatively large hypodermic needle, plus a little coaxing to convince the pet to get a jab. 

The microchip, which is like a grain of rice, functions as a transponder. It is activated when a scanner swept over the pet releases radio waves. The chip then sends the identification number to the scanner, where it will be displayed on its screen.

All the valuable information about the pet is retrieved through the identification number, such as the owner's name, contact number, and address. It also includes the pet's species, breed, photo, gender, birth date, weight, coat color, and its veterinarian's name. It can also identify if the dog or cat is spayed or neutered, along with its rabies tag number.

What is a microchip not? Although it is also called a transponder, the tiny electronic chip isn't a GPS locator. This is one of the misconceptions that most pet parent communities believe about pet microchipping. If that's the case, thousands of dogs or cats will never end up in rescue centers and animal shelters where they might be subjected to euthanization because of overcrowding.

Pet microchipping: the good, the bad, and the ugly

Microchipping your pet is one of the ways to prevent them from being forever lost or stolen. What are the benefits and disadvantages of microchipping your pet?

Pros

Cons

Perfect Petzzz: A pet you won’t lose and need chipped

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Perfect Petzzz is a lifelike pet that almost feels and behaves like a real one. It offers the same real pet ownership experience as living pets without the hassles and expenses like vet bills. Vet bills include pet microchipping. 

Besides, Perfect Petzzz will never wander away from you because all it does is sleep on its soft bed 24/7. Despite this, it can provide the same companionship and comfort level as real pets. 

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7 Strange Behaviors That May Be Signs Your Cat Is Sick

One of the pets that aren't easy to understand is cats. They have a certain "air" around them that makes them mysterious and puzzling. And superior, too, because of how bossy a cat is. 

As National Geographic puts it, cats are "a paradoxical blend of needy and aloof, cuddly and conspiratorial." Feline pets tend to blow hot and cold that's why it is hard to tell if they are sick.

Moreover, it is natural for cats to hide their illness and pain. In case you've forgotten, your kitty is a predator despite its cute and fluffy appearance. The “eat or be eaten” rule in the animal kingdom governs your cat’s behavior. As such, when cats are in pain, they do not show it so that other predators won’t take advantage of their weakness, thus ensuring their survival. The same goes for dogs. 

Even though cats won't express their pain, here are telltale signs they are having health issues.

Increase in Appetite

Shouldn’t this be a piece of good news? It's different with cats, though. In an interview with PetMD, Dr. Rachel Barrack of Animal Acupuncture in NYC said if your feline companion is suddenly eating a lot, they might have disorders affecting their endocrine system, such as diabetes, or their ability to absorb nutrients, such as intestinal cancer.

Overgrooming

Does your cat groom themselves nonstop? It might be a reaction to allergies or flea or mite infestation. Perhaps they have bladder problems or arthritis, or they are stressed out. Two signs your cat is grooming much more than they used to are their body has bald spots and they have developed rashes in certain areas.

Drinks Excessively 

Is your cat always near their water dish, and do they drink more than usual? While your feline friend must stay hydrated, an increase in water intake might be a sign of illness. It might be a symptom of a thyroid problem, diabetes, or kidney disease. They may also experience changes in urination or sudden loss of weight.

Stinky or Sweet Breath

Dr. Kelly Ryan of Animal Medical Center of Mid-America, said in an interview with PetMD, "A cat with diabetes may have a sweet-smelling breath along with increased thirst and urination." She added that foul-smelling breath, on the other hand, may indicate your cats’ kidneys are not doing their job of filtering body waste.

Besides kidney issues, bad breath may be a sign of dental problems.

Changes in Pupil Size

Like humans, a cat's pupil size dilates in low light and constricts in bright light. But when your cat's pupils change randomly, better consult a veterinarian, especially if it lasts for a long time. 

According to Dr. Ryan, the following pupil size changes are signs your cat is sick:

Other signs are droopy eyes or eye discharge.

Suddenly Becomes Very Vocal or Quiet

Meowing isn't only your cat's way of telling you it's time to feed them or they need some cuddle or pet time. If your well-behaved kitty is calling out to you often, then maybe they are not feeling well or are in pain. The same goes for a very vocal cat that becomes unusually quiet. When this bizarre thing happens, perhaps something is wrong with them.

Changes in Litter Box Habits

Your disciplined feline friend surprisingly "forgot" their litter box training. They are hesitant to use it and prefer to do their business outside the box. Before jumping to the conclusion that your cat is a bad kitty, observe them first when they attempt to use the litter box. Are they in pain or crying while urinating? Are they having difficulty squatting while trying to pee or poop? Your cat may be suffering from sore hips or knees, kidney disease, bladder stones, urinary tract infections, or, worse, cancer.

If you notice or feel something is off with your beloved furry companion, seek medical help immediately. Don't just rule it out as a weird behavior or your cat is just having a bad day. Early detection and cure are so much better than rushing your furbaby to the emergency room because you failed to act quickly.

This is the reason why pet ownership is not for everyone. Having a pet is like taking care of a baby or a kid. You are a pet parent and not just their owner. If you are not yet ready to be a pet parent, we have an alternative solution for you.

Perfect Petzzz: The Perfect Furry Companion for Newbie Pet Parents

As we've said before, a pet parent is not only a provider of kibbles; you also play the role of being their protector and carer. However, as much as you want to be hands-on in taking care of your furbabies, you have other responsibilities that also need your immediate attention. 

Fortunately, there is an alternative solution for aspiring pet owners, and it is none other than Perfect Petzzz. With Perfect Petzzz’s life-like pet, it feels almost as if you have a real, living one. You get the same pet ownership experience sans the emergency trips to the vet. 

You've read it right. Alternative pets like these will never get sick. You will have peace of mind knowing they’re safe in bed, snoozing the day away. All they need is nonstop love, companionship, and cuddles!
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National Pet First Aid Awareness Month: What Is It and Its Importance

The end of April is almost near, but it seems you forgot an essential national campaign that involves your furbabies. Nope, it is not the "National Scoop the Poop Week" or the "National Hug Your Dog Day." We don’t need to remind you of that. This campaign is all about your pet's safety and health, specifically, how you handle pet emergencies. 

Sure, you are providing them food and shelter. You also ensure that they get their regular dose of shots and checkups, even if you have to drag them out of your house. Plus, there is no shortage of toys and treats to help them enrich their hearts and tummies, respectively.  

But what if your dog swallowed a sock from the hamper or your cat licked the floor you scrubbed with a household cleaner? What are you going to do when the nearest veterinary clinic is miles away from your house?   

Understandably, a situation like this would rattle you, and you may even fear for your pet’s life. So, it would be best to ease their pain and give them first aid before getting professional help. After all, there is no one else they can count on but their human, no other than you.  

Did you know the American Red Cross declared April as the "National Pet First Aid Awareness Month?" According to the American Red Cross, it is a campaign that promotes our pets' safety during local emergencies or large disasters. They're not only referring to our furry companion animals but also pets with feathers and scales.

3 Types of Accidents Your Pet May Encounter

Dogs or cats are naturally curious. Based on a Dogtime.com article, the three most common causes of emergency vet visits every day are injuries, choking, and accidental poisoning. They love to explore their surroundings and get into mischief, sometimes leading to accidents or mishaps.

Unfortunately, the sources of our pet’s accidents can be found anywhere. Let discuss each in detail:

Common cause no. 1: Injuries

Dogs and cats are rowdy and adventurous. Some are fearless and practice death-defying maneuvers such as jumping from impossible heights or running mindlessly in unknown rocky terrain. Other pets engage in fights with other dogs or cats. Or worse, they get hit by a vehicle during their unsupervised escapades.
In a WebMD article, Petplan pet insurance says that the top dog injuries are rupture of the cruciate ligament in the knee, lameness, and foreign body ingestion. In contrast, cat injuries include bite wounds, foreign body ingestion, and abscesses. 

Common cause no. 2: Choking

This is where foreign body ingestion comes into play. Dogs and cats love to chew on things. Dogs nibble on bones, toys, sticks, socks, and even pantyhose. Well, that's their usual batch of "chew toys." Dogtime.com revealed that there had been reports of pups even swallowing a barbeque brush, jumper cables, and fire logs. Whoa! 

On the other hand, cats like to play with linear foreign bodies such as thread, ribbon, string, cord, and rubber bands. One study revealed that 90.6% of feline linear foreign bodies were thread. So there is a love-hate relationship between yarns and kitties.

Common cause no. 3: Accidental poisoning

The American Association of Poison Control discloses that more than 90% of reported pet poisonings happen at home. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals attended nearly 180,000 poison-exposure cases in 2013. Sadly, we can't monitor our pets 24/7 because we have other responsibilities like running errands, household chores, and going to school or work. 

 It is crucial to note which toxins pets can find inside our homes and store them out of reach. The most common dog poisons are chocolate, insect bait stations, rodenticides, fertilizers, and xylitol. Conversely, cat poisons are lilies, household cleaners, paints, and varnishes. 

National Pet First Aid Awareness Month

You may argue that it would be better to see a veterinarian if your furbaby gets sick or hurt. But some situations might make it impossible to rush to the vet immediately. Scenarios like you and your pup are out camping, your current residence is in a remote area, or the roads are closed because of a raging snowstorm or hurricane.

That is why you need to learn how to administer pet first aid. The American Red Cross launched the National Pet First Aid Awareness Month because some pet parents don't know how vital pet first aid is. Sad but true.

Do you already have a first aid kit for your furbaby at home? The kit includes items like absorbent gauze pads, adhesive tape, antiseptic wipes, gauze rolls, cotton swabs, medicines, Pedialyte, antibiotic cream, ice packs, and more. Also, make sure that you have an updated list of emergency contact numbers.

Besides, you must know how to administer CPR if your pet is unresponsive, unconscious, or stops breathing. In case of pet poisoning, ring the vet or the animal poison control, and ask for any home remedy solutions to help induce your pet's vomiting. At the same time, schedule an appointment and tell them that it is an emergency. More importantly, remain calm and act fast because your furry companion needs all the help you can give them to survive.

Perfect Petzzz: A Certified Well-Behaved Furry Friend

We can’t help it; we get paranoid or scared for our pet's safety since dangers are everywhere, even in the comforts of our own homes. If you want stress-free pet ownership, then you should get a Perfect Petzzz!

Perfect Petzzz is a lifelike pet that almost feels and behaves like a real one. It offers the same real pet ownership experience as living pets without the hassles and expenses like vet bills.

Yes, you've read it right. A Perfect Petzzz will never set its foot (or paw) inside a veterinary clinic. It is so well-behaved that you can leave it on its own for an extended time. 

All it does is sleep on its soft bed while emitting soft and soothing snores. In return, you should reward them with lots of pets and snuggles for being a good boy or nice kitty!

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3 Socially-Distant Spring Activities You Can Do With Your Dog

It's been a year since the stay-at-home orders started to impact the rising cases of COVID-19. As we slowly ease into our new normals, is it time to work back in some spring activities with your pup? Remember that it was this time last year when the quarantines were implemented. At the time, you had no choice but to put everything related to spring on hold, especially going outside.

As the authorities gradually begin lift the restrictions, it’s time to go outside and finally enjoy spring once again, safely of course! The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have given a thumbs up for outdoor activities because they have found that it is poses less risk than indoor activities.

Why Outdoor Activities Are the Safer Choice?

According to the CDC website's guidelines posted January, 2021, they now encourage outdoor activities because the infectious virus spreads quicker indoors than outdoors. Studies show that people are more likely to be exposed to COVID-19 when they are closer than six feet apart from others for more extended periods.

Moreover, CDC said that there's a lesser chance you can be exposed to the virus when you:

For now, it is advisable to spend time outdoors with your family, those whom you're living in the same house with, and of course, don't forget to bring your furry family member with you.

Safe Spring Activities To Do With Your Dog

Here are several outdoor activities to try this spring with your furry friend:

Hike on local trails

City dwellers will surely love this activity since they've been stuck inside the four walls of their condo for a long time. Especially dogs that have missed out on their luxurious morning walks since the pandemic started. 

Unlike cats, canines are not sedentary animals. They need a more spacious and greener playground for their physical and mental health. Remember the amount of holiday food your pup stuffed inside their tummies? Time to work it off. 

This is also the perfect time to get acquainted with the blooming trees and flowers, inhale the fresh air, and soak in the sun. Find a trail that suits your and your dog's fitness levels. Plus, ensure that there is enough space for humans to social distance.

Get some vitamin "sea"

If your pup loves water, then take them to the beach and go for a swim. Or after a tiring hike, visit a nearby lake or river, and let them have some fun. Allow your furry friend to splash in the waves, jump in from the docks, or roll in the sand.

You may also spend a couple of hours having a blast in the water with your pup playing fetch. You both need this to let loose after months of stress in isolation.

Ensure that the swim area is not crowded, whether you are in or out of the water. CDC assures that there is no evidence that COVID-19 can spread to people through water in these types of recreation areas.

Give them an outdoor bath

Is there no beach or lake nearby? Go to your backyard, start pumping air into an inflatable pool or a rigid plastic children's pool, and fill it with water. Make sure that you set the inflatable pool beside a sprinkler. Get your doggo, put them near the kiddie pool, turn on the sprinkler, and wait until they jump right in. Now you can bathe your pup in a guise of a pool party! Clever, right?

Let your furry friend chase the water, try to bite the water, and splash around. Then you sneak in with a large bucket of soap and water and scrub them with one of those giant sponges. This way,your pup will think that you're only playing with them. The challenge here is preventing them from running and rolling in dirt or mud after washing and drying them. 

You take it from here, pet parent! You're his/her master, and we believe you can thwart your pup's impending messy doom.

Perfect Petzzz: The Perfect Furry Buddy in this Post-COVID World

Although the CDC supports outdoor activities, there are few restrictions we must follow to adapt into the post-COVID era. Limitations like wearing a mask outdoors, staying at least six feet apart, avoiding crowded places, steering clear from poorly ventilated spaces, and last but not least, regularly washing your hands.

With an over-excited pup on a leash, it would be difficult for you to physically distance yourself, especially when your dog wants to interact with other dogs. 

It is not only you and your pets, but other people are already yearning to go outside and enjoy the spring once again. So expect some crowded parks and beaches. 

Luckily, an alternative pet won't chase other dogs, and it is called Perfect Petzzz. You can even leave them in your house while you enjoy outdoor spring activities. Perfect Petzzz will never hold a grudge against you frolicking out in the sun without them, we promise.

Perfect Petzzz is a life-like pet that almost feels and behaves like real ones. It offers the same real pet ownership experience as living pets without the hassles and expenses like vet bills. Plus, it doesn’t need any bathing. So rest assured you will never get home to an unrecognizable brownish muddy pup. Phew!

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Why Do Cats Knock Things Over

We've all watched those adorable videos of kitties nudging things off an elevated surface. Or perhaps you've witnessed it firsthand, and your cat just demolished your breakable and expensive item. 

After pushing the object off the counter, they will curiously watch it fall on the ground and strut away from the scene of the crime as if nothing happened. At the same time, you look back and forth at the fallen knick-knack and your cat with disbelieving eyes. Or with watery eyes, if the casualty is a fragile prized possession. 


Yes, besides playing with your drapes, bouncing off the walls, sleeping on your laptop, and kneading your back, knocking things over is one of the weird yet funny quirks of cats. Your beloved feline companion can be your masseuse or big fluffy jerk; it depends on their mood..  

So, why do cats deliberately knock things over? According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), this is normal behavior. "Cats have sensitive paws and like to swat things around to check them out," ASPCA explains. Yep, your pet cat won't just sniff or look at the thing they're investigating. They let their paws do the work. Here are the top 5 reasons behind your house cat's weird yet problematic behavior:

Your cat wants to explore

By nature, cats love to explore their surroundings, especially on top of elevated spaces. When your house doesn't offer things to climb, they will consider your countertops, cupboards, shelves, and desks as their personal exploration space. If any of your valuables are in their way, their paw will instinctively knock that item off to clear their path because they see it as a mere "roadblock." 

Part of a cat's adventurous side is its boundless curiosity in its surroundings. For example, you've rearranged items in your living room. Their kitty DNA will urge them to survey the entire area to figure out what's going on.  

Unfortunately for you, these "fact-finding" sessions are like a game to help stimulate their brains. Something like: What is this shiny colorful thingy, and what will happen if I swat it?  This curiosity might lead you to hear a smashing sound out of nowhere.    

Your cat's hunting instinct kicks in

We may have managed to domesticate cats, but their hunting instincts are hardwired in their brains. Besides investigating, toying on prey is also a part of their kitty DNA. Toying is when a cat nudges a stationary object with its paw. In HowStuffWorks, Dr. H. Ellen Whiteley explained this. "Your Cat's instincts tell her that a paperweight or knick-knack could turn out to be a mouse. Her poking it with her paw would send it scurrying, giving her a good game (and possibly a good lunch)."

As it turns out, your adorable hunter wants to find out if the object is dead or alive by batting it around. They will not mindlessly pounce on it. A cat will analyze first if the item is dangerous or not and how they will kill it. That's how intelligent cats are. We know you are thinking, yeah, they are so smart that they don't see the difference between a paperweight and a mouse. They do know the difference, but their hunting instincts are too strong that they can't help it.

Your cat wants attention

Whoever says cats can live without attention and affection is sorely mistaken. This is evident once you hear your potted greens hitting the floor in the other room. Dr. Whitely says, "...once a cat learns that knocking something to the floor will bring humans on the double-quick, she may do it on purpose to get your attention, particularly if she feels that a meal is long overdue." 

In other words, your sneaky feline companion is training you to respond to their demands and be attentive to them. Oops! It is their way of stirring things up or intentionally pushing your buttons at the expense of your breakable belongings. Whether your response is a positive or a negative one, your clever kitty was successful in getting your undivided attention.

Your cat is bored

Don't be duped by the saying: cats are solitary creatures. Because the moment you leave them to their own devices, they will treat your entire house as their playground. This will happen if your house doesn't offer mental and physical enrichment like scratching posts or cat trees. According to cat is in the Box, kitties like movement, and one of the movements they loved to see is your phone gliding across your table. It is a fun and rewarding experience for them. 

Your cat understands physics

A kitty can grasp Newton's third law of motion: there is always an equal and opposite reaction for every action. Simply put, for every breakable item they knocked over, there is always a  reaction from you. Kidding aside, a group of researchers in Japan conducted a study to crack the code of our furry friends' mischievous behavior. What did they find out? "This study may be viewed as evidence for cats' having a rudimentary understanding of gravity," the Japanese researchers concluded. 

However, Dr. John Bradshaw, a behavioral expert from the University of Bristol in the UK, claims the study is "seriously flawed" based on his email to The Washington Post. He went further to say that the experiment doesn't provide conclusive evidence one way or another. So don't sacrifice your antique picture frame, a family heirloom, in the name of science.

Perfect Petzzz: A Furry Feline Friend that Will Never Lay a Hand on Your Belongings

A behavior like knocking things over, while amusing at times, should never be encouraged. Sadly, no matter how you train them, some felines have this innate "cattitude." Fortunately for us who love kitties, an alternative pet is available called Perfect Petzzz. 

Perfect Petzzz offers the same real pet ownership experience as living pets without the hassles and expenses like vet bills. They are life-like pets that almost feel and behave like real ones. Rest assured that your Perfect Petzzz will never knock breakable or expensive things off the ledge. They will only sleep on their soft bed all day while emitting soft and soothing snores. It is too good to be true. But it is not impossible with Perfect Petzzz.

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What Should You Do If Your Dog is a Picky Eater?

You set a bowl of nutritious and delicious food in front of your dog. Rather than eating it with much enthusiasm, your pet knocks over their bowl after a few sniffs and licks at it. Then they gaze at the bowl with a bored look and walk away, leaving it to spoil—what a waste.

Why does your pup refuse to eat? Sad to say, you may have a picky eater on your hands. Want to know how to feed a fussy dog and wipe that haughty expression whenever you served them their food?

We will help you to figure it out through this article.

Dogs and their eating habits

A saying goes like this: "Some dogs eat to live, other dogs live to eat." What does this mean?

When your dog "lives to eat," it means they are willing to consume anything you give them. But if your dog is the type that "eats to live," then you have yourself a fussy eater.

In an interview with the American Kennel Club (AKC), the Chief Veterinary Officer of AKC, Dr. Jerry Klein, explains that a dog's eating habits might be tied to genetics. 

This is reiterated by veterinary specialist Dr. Louise Murray, DVM. In an interview with WebMD, he said that your pup's age, size, and breed often determine whether they adore food or not. For example, Labradors have voracious appetites. On the other hand, small dogs like Yorkies are not that food motivated.

So, perhaps your furry companion is not actually a picky eater, but their DNA is to blame. Dr. Klein said that if your dog takes about 20 minutes to finish their meal, then, unfortunately, they're a fussy eater. 

How to help your furry fussy eater

Your pets can't help it if they're cute--and a picky eater. Don't let their cuteness get in the way, and be firm to put a stop to your pup's bad eating habits. Here are the tips on how to help them:

Ease up on the treats

Sometimes your doggo's fussy eating isn't rooted in their behavior. One of the reasons is how you indulge them with treats or table scraps. Yup, it is you, not them.

Although treats' sizes are relatively small, they will surely turn their nose up during their scheduled mealtime because you’ve sneaked tiny strips of bacon for them under the dining table. By then, their tummy is already full of treats or table scraps and they will lose their appetite for proper food.

Besides, treats and table scraps are tastier than their simple meal. So they would rather wait for you to feed them under the table than peacefully eat from their bowl. 

Prevent this from happening by limiting the number of treats in a day. Or better yet, only give them treats during training or while they’re doing some tricks. More importantly, please don't give in when they are looking at you with puppy eyes. Believe me; it is a trap.

Schedule mealtimes

Dogs thrive in the predictability, meaning they prefer if everything is set on a schedule, including feeding time. WebMD suggests feeding your pup two to three times daily. You may start with small portions then gradually increase them as they grow up.

The reason behind this is some pet parents free feed their dogs. There are two types of free feeders. The first one is a dog owner who serves food with no breaks, and sometimes they will exceed the standard three-times-a-day feeding schedule. The last type of free feeder is a pet parent with a busy schedule because of work or school. They will only feed their dog as their schedule permits, and it has no definite time.

Avoid being a free feeder because your pup will get confused about why you are feeding them too much or too little and without a clear timetable. As we've mentioned above, domesticated canines will adore you more if you laid everything in front of them, like their feeding schedule. 

Dr. Klein gave away a few tips on setting a feeding plan. He urges pet owners to stick to a uniform mealtime plan. During feeding time, wait for 15-20 minutes, and if your dog ignores the food you offered to them, take the bowl away from them. Remember that consistency is the key. So when you start feeding them at 7 AM, you better stick to that schedule to help them realize that it is only the time they will have their meal.

Make it a family effort

The tips mentioned above will be all for naught when all your family members are not on the same page. Ensure that your family is aware of the feeding do's and don'ts you've set for your furry family member. Or better yet, have a huddle and decide what's best for your pup.

In any case, there is always that one family member who can't resist those puppy eyes. Bargain with them to mix something healthy with the dog's kibble. This way, your furry companion maintains a well-balanced and healthy diet.

Don't have the time to deal with a finicky dog, but you still want a furry friend around the house? What you need is a Perfect Petzzz!

Perfect Petzzz: Never Fussy But Will Give You a Fuzzy Feeling

Perfect Petzzz is an alternative pet that will never bother you for treats or table scraps. You will never have to worry about a half-eaten or spoiled bowl of kibbles. You don't have to spend on expensive dog foods ever again.

This life-like pet offers the same real pet ownership experience as living pets without the hassles and expenses like vet bills. It provides the same level of care and comfort you can get from living pups. Having them around will give you a warm and fuzzy feeling that you need after a long tiring day.

Perfect Petzzz almost feels and behaves like a real one. You don't have to feed, walk, or potty train them. It will only sleep on its soft bed all day while emitting soft and soothing snores. A perfect pet indeed. 

Each Perfect Petzzz bundle includes a new plush pet bed, collar with pet tag, pet brush, and adoption certificate. It is available for purchase through our site Amazon. For any other inquiries, contact us here. 

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