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September 22, 2009

Chews Wisely

www.leichic.com Nothing passes your lips that isn’t fresh and healthy – you’ve dabbled in macrobiotics, perfected a delicious kale dish, and you (try to) stick to sugar-free desserts.

So when it comes to your canine’s cuisine, why are you feeding him low-grade canned junk that could make him one sick puppy?

Your hound deserves healthy, wholesome ingredients just as... Read more »

Posted on Tuesday, September 22, 2009 in Permalink | Comments ()


May 6, 2009

Haute Dogs

www.leichic.com With the dog days of summer fast approaching, it’s time to bone up on the latest and greatest treats, products and services for your four-legged BFF (Best Friend Fur-ever).

Tiny Bubbles
If your poi dog is looking more mongrel than Best in Show, perhaps you should try the latest in dog-washing technology from Japan. The Micro Bubble Pet Deep Cleaning System uses only water, with no scrubbing or chemicals involved. Your hound will soak in thousands of tiny bubbles that oxygenate skin and remove dirt and odors. It’s especially good for dogs with sensitive skin... Read more »

Posted on Wednesday, May 6, 2009 in Permalink | Comments ()


October 28, 2008

In The Dog House

www.leichic.com Charlotte, Miranda, Samantha, and Carrie have martinis and breakfast sex chats. You’ve got Chinatown lunchtime shopping and pau hana happy hours. So when you’ve got better things to do, doesn’t your pooch deserve to dish with pals, too?

Pets in the City thinks so, which is why this classy doggy daycare boutique has services to make your dog feel like he deserves his own Hollywood star.

Canine guests get three to four walks a day; watch doggie DVDs in air-conditioned comfort; cat-nap to classical tunes; party like celebrities on special rubber flooring, leather couches and play pens; and feast... Read more »

Posted on Tuesday, October 28, 2008 in Permalink | Comments ()


September 22, 2008

A Dog Do Bio Bags

www.leichic.com We’re not prudes or anything. We just think that there are still some things better left unsaid. Kept to yourself. Private domain. Mum’s the word. Okay, you get the drift. But that’s also going to make this really difficult.

Because certain private affairs so often become public. Like when people leave their dog’s business right on their neighbor’s lawn for everyone to see (and smell). That’s not kosher (and in some places it’s illegal), but even if you scooped it up into an old plastic grocery bag, dropped it in the bin and sent it off anonymously to the landfill – well... Read more »

Posted on Monday, September 22, 2008 in Permalink | Comments ()