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15 Oct 2015

Rescue A Pet Today!

Rescue a Pet Today

AHS Needs your help!

The Austin Humane Society continues to receive evacuees from the fires raging near Bastrop. They have already taken in over 72 animals from the Bastrop County Animal Shelter and it the continues today. The Pet Gal wants to help you save a life by offering $100 OFF services for any animal adopted today.

To redeem this offer, you must show evidence of adoption from Austin Human Society on 10/15/2015 and reside in one of The Pet Gal’s service areas.

17 Sep 2014

Rescued & Loved Dog Pendant

We love it Almost As Much As Our Rescues

$29.95 with 20″ adjustable leather cord

This darling puffy heart with “RESCUED & LOVED” on the back is a favorite for pet lovers and one of Toby & Max’s best sellers! Shown here on a 20″ adjustable leather cord, it’s also available on a 20″ ball chain. Just ask and they will put it on a split ring for your pup!

20 Mar 2014

Does Your Dog Take You For A Walk?

The Easy Walk Harness Review

The claim. Does your dog take you for a walk? Have aching arms? Well look no further, the  Easy Walk® Harness by PetSafe will turn struggle and a frustration into an enjoyable walk. The difference between this harness and others is the Easy Walk has a front chest attachment for a leash. Which helps you steer your dog to the side making it is easier to redirect his attention toward you. A regular harness is designed to pull against the full body weight of your dog by lifting them in efforts to prevent pulling. The Easy Walk’s chest strap rests across your dog chest applying a gentle pressure under their arms, not on the throat, so there is no chocking. The Easy Walk let’s you take the lead and enjoy the freedom of a stress-free walk.

22 Jan 2014

No More Throwing Slimy Tennis Balls

Hyper Pet’s K-9 Kannon Review

The claim. Hyper Pet’s newest ball launcher is called the K-9 Kannon and promises to save your arm from wear and tear and eliminate throwing slimy tennis balls. It is sold with a single tennis ball, in the built-in ball holder, but you can store an extra one inside the launcher’s barrel. Launching a ball is a simple three-step process, place a ball in the barrel, pull back on handle and pull the trigger. You can then reload without touching a slimy ball by pushing the muzzle down on the ball without getting your hands dirty.