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After Bridesmaids, Mike & Molly, and an awesome appearance on SNL, Melissa McCarthy has been crowned the new queen of comedy as she takes the cover of Entertainment Weekly's comedy issue.
EW interviewed Melissa about her life and comedy. She said:
It's the crappiest part of being a pet owner! But Teddy Hilton's veterinarian expert, Dr. Patrick Mahaney, has found the best product for picking up after his dog!!
It's called the Bags On Board Leash Handle Despiser and it looks incrediabllz!
The leash has the bags in the handle - so you'll never forget the bags again. (cause we know our readers aren't the type of pet owner that forget the bags on purpose.)
AND, once the bag is full of doggie doo, the handle has a place to attach the bag so you don't have to hold it anymore!
Wanna see how it works? Check out Dr. Patrick's shout out to this fab product.
OR click HERE to tweet the celeb vet your questions!
One of our most… innneresting questions ever!
Perezcious reader Bethany asks Teddy's celeb vet Dr. Patrick Mahaney:
"My 5 year old Jack Russell Terrier named Lady has ate poop since she was a pup and I have done everything to stop her.
I have given her special food, taken her to the vets and dog trainers but nothing has worked. She is on a strict diet because she is slightly overweight. Is there fat in feces? What can I do to stop her? She eats my other 2 dog's feces more than her own. It's almost like she truly enjoys it. I have a fenced in backyard with a dog-door because I am away during the day, that is why she is able to eat so much. Thank you."
Dr. Mahaney's Answer:
Yuck! Coprophagia (eating feces) is never a good habit for a JRT (Jack Russell Terrier), or any dog, to partake.
Your JRT may crave feces due to a physiologic or behavior cause. A health problem should be ruled out before we merely explore the behavior side of the issue. If your JRT is on a strict diet, then perhaps she is missing nutrients and trying to replace them by eating your other dog's feces.
May low fat or low calorie dog foods don't provide enough non-processed (i.e. not as they are formed in nature) nutrients and lead to animals eating things in their environment they should not, which is called dietary indiscretion and can make a pet very sick. Have you given your JRT a probiotic supplement? Your veterinarian should be able to prescribe one appropriate for your JRT. How about adding steamed, pureed vegetables to your dog's food? Cauliflower, spinach, and broccoli all relatively low calorie and provide fiber, real nutrients, and moisture which can help deter a dog from dietary indiscretion.
If she is left alone and given the opportunity to eat bowel movements due to lack of supervision, then she is going to need a lifestyle change in attempt to change her behavior. If you or a family member cannot look after her, then arrange for her to go to a daycare when she can be supervised consistently.
Click HERE to tweet your question of Dr. Patrick Mahaney!
1. Hug A Pillow Containing Their Ashes
Interested? It's totally not creepy…
2. Rock Out With Their Record
He always loved How Much Is That Doggie In The Window…
3. Make A Necklace From Their Hair
We've seen it done before, so that means it's not that weird. Right?
4. Wear A Sweater Made From Their Fur
Ok, thatz just weird.
5. Load Bullets With Their Ashes
Like Joanna Booth did with her husband’s ashes?
6. Form A Diamond With Their Ashes
Pets don't live too long. A Diamond lives forever.
7. Create Jewelry From Their Nose
They don't need it any more.
8. Tattoo Them On Your Arm
It's soopa classy!
9. Immortalize Them In A Portrait
Be like Oprah! Just don't pay $50K for it.
10. Clone Them
This will cost you $50K - and they might glow. But only a little bit!
[image via soft-hearted.com]
A seafood bowl in Hokkaido, Japan contains salmon roe, seaweed, some other things, AND A DANCING SQUID!
The creature isn't hoping his perforce is so moving you'll show him mercy. This dancer is dead!
When you pour soy sauce on the dead squid, the muscles contract in response to signals from neurons, which transmit signals around the body by means of a series of sequential influxes of sodium across the cell membrane into the neuron.
Doesn't that sound delish?
BUT Angelina claims her family's fave treat is crickets!
“My boys love to eat crickets. It’s their favorite thing… When I first gave it to them… I wanted them to not be turned-off by something that wasn’t (part of) their culture. So I bought them… and they ate them like Doritos. And they wouldn’t stop and they brought to-go boxes home. And then I had to actually ban the cricket-eating at a certain point because I was afraid they were going to get sick from eating too many… But they’re good!”
Good for them!
We're gonna go head just keep eating Doritos like Doritos.
[Image via Ramey Pix.]