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Gold Paw Series Launches Natural Fiber Garment For Pets

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It’s called the Santa Fe Pullover.PETS SantaFePullover

(Press Release) CLACKAMAS, OR – Pet wear company Gold Paw Series has introduced the Santa Fe Pullover, the first product from Gold Paw Series that utilizes natural fibers.

The Santa Fe Pullover is made from both bamboo rayon and organic cotton. Many consumers prefer natural fiber materials because they are more breathable, more comfortable on the skin and less likely to aggravate skin conditions. Organic cotton is more biodegradable than conventional grown cotton and its production sustains the health of soils, ecosystems and people by using natural processes.

This natural fiber pullover has a cowl neck collar and includes all of the comfort of the brand’s popular Stretch Fleece. Plus, it encompasses benefits that make it sustainable, renewable and anti-static. There is also 5 percent spandex built-into the material, which provides a more fitted look.

The Santa Fe Pullover is available in these colors: Vintage Violet, Butternut Orange and Silver Grey. It will retail between $39 and $45.
Founded in 2006, Gold Paw Series is a family-run dogwear company dedicated to improving the lives of dogs and their owners with thoughtful, practical solutions to everyday problems. All of their products are sewn in the USA, which is also where many of their materials are sourced. The company uses recycled materials in its textiles, as well as biodegradable packaging.

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To learn more, visit www.GoldPawSeries.com.

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Dogs May Be More Perceptive Than We Ever Realized, Study Finds

Even untrained strays can read human gestures.

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Dogs seem to be able to interpret human gestures even when they’ve had no training, a new study has found.

As any dog owner knows, pet canines understand commands and gestures with ease. A group of researchers set out to determine whether these capabilities are innate or require training, according to a report from Frontiers Science News.

The researchers looked specifically at pointing, with Dr. Anindita Bhadra of the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Kolkata, India, and colleagues studing stray dogs in several Indian cities.

“The researchers approached solitary stray dogs and placed two covered bowls on the ground near them,” Frontieers Science News reports. “A researcher then pointed to one of the two bowls, either momentarily or repeatedly, and recorded whether the dog approached the indicated bowl.”

About 80 percent of participating dogs successfully followed pointing gestures.

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“We thought it was quite amazing that the dogs could follow a gesture as abstract as momentary pointing,” Bhadra was quoted saying. “This means that they closely observe the human, whom they are meeting for the first time, and they use their understanding of humans to make a decision. This shows their intelligence and adaptability.”

The research was published in Frontiers in Psychology.

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State Considers Banning ‘No Pets’ Rental Listings

Some landlords are not happy about the proposed legislation.

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New Hampshire legislators are considering a ban on “no pets” notices in property listings.

Proposed legislation would forbid landlords and home sellers from barring pet owners, the Concord Monitor reports.

They could make rules related to pet deposits, noise control, sanitation and safety, according to the newspaper. But they could set make rules based on size, breed or appearance.

The legislation was proposed by state Rep. Ellen Read, a Democrat from Newmarket. It has drawn opposition from some landords who say it could lead to unsanitary conditions as well as allergy problems for some residents.

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But Julia Seeley, New Hampshire state director for the Humane Society, said her organization supports the bill.

We just strongly believe that a family should not be torn apart simply over housing,” she said.

Read more at the Concord Monitor

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Spotify Rolls Out Music Playlists for Pets

Pets seem to favor classical music and soft rock.

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Digital music service Spotify had a hunch that people were playing tunes for their pets.

A study by the company found that 71% of pet owners did exactly that. The survey included 5,000 music-streaming pet owners from the U.S., the UK, Australia, Spain and Italy.

The company explains:

That being said, we created a unique experience to help you craft the pawfect algorithmically generated playlist for you and your pet to enjoy together. Head to spotify.com/pets for a playlist you can share with your dog, cat, iguana, hamster, or bird.

See the graphic below for more details from the survey.

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