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To Stink or Not to Stink, Will No Longer be a Question. May 3, 2010

Show of hands for those of you that love a fresh smelling hound. I know I do, my apartment is to small to handle 2 stinky dogs. I tell you it takes me nearly 2 hours to bath my dogs between; the struggling on both our parts, the shampooing, the conditioning, the teeth brushing, & the bending, in the end it feels like a fulls days work. We go through all this trouble for a clean dog to place that stinky collar back on our clean pup. Our solution is to spritz it with puppy cologne. For those of you with active dogs or whom are dog park enthusiasts know that spritzing that collar was more for comfort. You’ve seen them rolling in who knows what, slobber on each other, dig up dirt & play in the mud. That collar has collected some STINK! That spritz is not going to do a darn thing. Is there no hope? Of course there is, what else am I here for? The solution is simple, a No Stink Collar made of a spacial blend of synthetic polymers that wont absorb moisture, retain dirt, or harbor bacteria cerated by Dublin Dog Company. Best part is they’re super green. They’re Dog Re-Gift/Re-Cycle is pawsome. You can get a 15% coupon on they’re collars if you give them your dogs old collar or one of they’re collars that is worn out. Your old collar will be donated to a shelter pup. If it was one theirs, they recycle it. Prices vary from $11.00-$30.00 depending on the size and pattern of the collar. Size availability going from S-XL also depends on the which collar you choose. However they do have a nifty size chart as you shop. Interested yet? Of course you are, thats why you’re going to go to www.dublindog.com & check them out. Might I also add that The Dublin Dog Foundation is partnering with Freedom Service Dogs for their second annual fund raiser. The Freedom Service Dogs organization rescues gives shelter dogs a second chance by training them to assist a person with disability, specifically to disabled military veterans. For more information visit their site at www.freedomservicedogs.org.