We absolutely love when customers send us photos of their four-legged family members enjoying our beds. This photo from Deborah was no exception! Just goes to show that our pet beds aren't just for the dogs!

"A very happy Snuffles on your bed..." - Deborah

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By Play Admin on Apr 08, 2013 at 10:33 am 0 Comments

Since launching late last year, it has been a whirlwind of a ride for all of us here at P.L.A.Y.! In March, we received the honor of being named one of Dr. Marty Becker’s Best at the Global Pet Expo; earlier this month we mingled with celebs at the MTV Movie Awards Style Lounge; and just recently our Victorian beds in the Artist Collection were chosen as Pet Business’ Editor’s Choice for the month of June! To say the least, our goal to create modern dog beds and accessories is well on its way.

Up next for us: We’ve currently got new products in the works and will be sharing more information about them VERY soon. Also, our Celebrity Signature beds (that feature over 100 celeb autographs) will be auctioned off in the next couple of weeks. Keep checking back for more details.

In the meantime, we would like to sincerely thank all of our customers and fans for helping P.L.A.Y. get off the ground! To think, it all started with a little picky pug named Momo.

By Play Admin on Jun 28, 2011 at 12:00 am 0 Comments

Some dogs eat everything in sight. In fact, there are even specific bowls to help slow down a dog's eating. My dog is not that dog. Our friends say it's our fault and that we spoil her so much. But she has always been picky - even as a puppy. Now five years old, we are constantly trying to figure out how to get her to eat her own food. I wouldn't be able to count on both hands the number of times we've switched up her food.

To some, it's not a good idea to change a dog's food too much - but to me, I believe it depends on the dog. Our girl doesn't have a sensitive stomach, and we always transition her slowly. I think the problem is, she is such a huge part of our family that she actually believes she is entitled to what we are eating. And more often than not, we will mix in some meat to her kibble. I know, I know, we're enablers.

We've tried high end foods, grain-free foods, soft-foods, even canned foods. Heck, Merrick's Grammy's Pot Pie even sounds delicious to me! But, alas, my pup is a food snob. Truthfully, do you ever wonder who got the idea that dogs have to eat the same thing... every. single. day. of. their. lives? Come on, that has to get old... and fast. Sometimes, our girl will go on food strike - she will have kibble in her bowl for a couple days and then finally give in and eat it when she knows we won't mix anything in. Diva, huh?

I've been researching and have read that heating up dog food helps. Since a dog has an extremely strong sense of smell, heating up their food can help bring out more flavor. A few weeks ago, we decided to give dehydrated food a try. It's made with human grade meats, and it's supposed to be really good for your pup. So far, it's a hit. She is licking her bowl squeeky clean. Right now, we're feeding her Addiction's Beef and Zucchini meal. Convenient and easy to prepare, each selection is holistic and hypo-allergenic.

If you have this same problem, keep an eye out on our blog - we'll be detailing 5 ways to help feed a finicky eater in an upcoming post!

Is your pup picky? What do you do to get him to eat?

By Play Admin on Apr 15, 2011 at 4:57 am 2 Comments