NPR Story Confirms the Need for Poo Transport Pacs

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“Pack out your trash” now as National parks go BYOB – bring your own bag. As I was driving home one night from my day job, decorating the sets of yet another TV show, I was listening, as I often do, to the local public radio station. And, sure enough, right there was a story […]

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The History of the Military Pistol Belt


by: Jason M. Grossman (c) 2015 Waglet Works, LLC The pistol belt has a long and storied history of distinguished use by the military. Beginning in 1910, the U.S. Army infantry Board set forth the first set of standardized military gear. The equipment was made from readily available materials, such as webbing and canvas duck. […]

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10 Essential Apps for dog owners – IOS Edition

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By: Jason M. Grossman  –  (c) 2015 Waglet Works, LLC Your iPhone and/or iPad can do so much more than just for making calls and post photos to Instagram! Dog owners now have a plethora or great apps to improve both their lives and the lives of their beloved pets. Here is our list of […]

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How to Treat a Dog with Fish Hook Injuries

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    Since the dawn of mankind, fishing has alway been a great bonding activity and a fantastic way to spend some quality time with your canine companion. However, a miscast line, carelessness on your part, or the too-tempting lure (pun intended) of something shiny can be too much temptation for a curious pooch, resulting in a fish hook injury. The most common of these injuries is a dog being hooked in the mouth, lips or body. Below are the steps to follow if this occurs. Important note: If the hook enters the eye or surrounding tissue, DO NOT attempt...

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