Sunday, November 29, 2009

Here is another of our great new custom leather dog collars that we recently added to the store. These collars cost a little more than thecollars that you find in your average pet sotre but they are worth it. They are made from the finest latigo leather and are designed to last your dog's enitre life. They are that durable.

Saturday, November 28, 2009

The Heartbreaker Leather Dog Collar

Here is another great custom made leather dog collar that we have available at Lucy's Dog House. With the Heartbreaker Leather Dog Collar We’re not trying to imply this collar will take everything you have and leave you broken and alone, but it just may leave others wishing your dog could be theirs. At 1.5in wide this collar is a great choice for bigger dogs with even bigger hearts. Check it out here:

The Sybyl Lilly Deluxe Leather Dog Collar

Here is another great new collar that we recently added to our store. It is the Sybyl Lilly Deluxe Dog Collar. You can check it out at It is one of over thirty hand made leather dog collars that we offer in the store all made in Northern California. To check out the rest of our leather dog collars click here: leather dog collars

Friday, November 27, 2009

Link To

Links into a website are like water to a plant. At we can always use more links into our website. If you have a website, forum or blog that you own we would greatly appreciate it if you link to us. If you do shoot me an email at , let us know where the links are located and we will send you a coupon code that will give you 30% off everytime you shop at Lucy's Dog House.

All My Best,


Thursday, November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving from Lucy's Dog House

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone out there. If you get a chance to do a little online shopping after your big meal, stop by and use the coupon code: friend. It will give you 15% off your entire purchase. Today is a great day to save with our Dog Toy Sale in full swing. Save up to 30% on all of our dog toys and dog treats.

More people list dogs and cats on Christmas lists

By SUE MANNING (AP) – 2 days ago

LOS ANGELES — Dogs across the country can expect some bone-shaped presents under the Christmas tree this year.
An Associated poll shows 52 percent of pet owners plan to buy their animals a holiday gift — up from 43 percent last year.
Gus and Molly, a pair of German shepherds, Rosie the bulldog and Zoe the cat will get treats and playtoys, "the good sturdy stuff," said owner Norm Authier, 50, of Long Beach.
"We have always done this. We don't have any kids so we spoil our dogs," Authier said.
The bounce in pet gifts is expected despite the fact that fully 93 percent of Americans say they'll spend less overall or about the same as last year, according to a separate Associated Press-GfK poll.
The poll found that six in 10 of those who own only dogs planned on shopping for their pet for the holidays. Forty percent of those with only cats planned to pet shop.
Sawyer, a 9-year-old Labrador-border collie mix, will get something special because he was born on Christmas Day, said owner Pat Brown, 74, of Beloit, Wis. He can also look forward to his two favorite homemade snacks — popcorn and ice cubes.
Plush holiday-themed toys are very popular with pet owners, as are candy cane-shaped rawhide chews, said Jessica Douglas, a spokeswoman for the PetSmart pet supply store chain based in Phoenix, Ariz.
Popular clothes at this time of year include a Santa suit, a Mrs. Claus dress and reindeer costumes. A lot of boots are sold to dog owners in cold weather states. Bling-wise, collars and leads are popular.
"Some ID tags are decorated with sparkly embellishments and they can be personalized so it's not just for looks," she said.
According to the poll, 62 percent of female owners said they would probably buy their pet a gift, while just 40 percent of the men said they would.
Janet Rowlands, 53, in Tulsa, Okla., is planning a Christmas celebration for 29 people and pets, including her four dogs. Jack Russell and rat terrier Boodroe, 7, is the only one who steals gifts from under the tree.
"He sees it as part of the fun," Rowlands said.
According to the poll, 59 percent of owners say pets are only a minor consideration when picking out holiday decorations, even though 14 percent reported that their pets have gotten into the decorations before.
There are no cranberries, popcorn or gingerbread men on the tree at Erica Peterson's home in Vass, N.C., because of Logan and the starfish, an ornament she and her husband got on their honeymoon.
On his first Christmas with the family, Logan, a male Labrador-chow, knocked the tree over and everything went flying so he could get to the starfish — apparently because it smelled fishy to him. All edible or scented ornaments were banned.
This year Logan will get a big butcher's bone, while Peterson's female Maltese named Bubbles, 13, will get rawhide sticks made like candy canes. Both will be wrapped and put under the tree.
Last year, Debra Jensen's Labrador named Nightmare and a German shepherd-Siberian Husky named Ticia got stockings with dog treats in them. This year, because her husband recently lost his job, there may not be a stocking, but there will still be treats — they can count on leftover ham.
"The dogs are our only children. I love my babies," said Jensen, 55, of Tulsa, Okla.
Pat McCauley figures his 4-year-old Shih Tzu named Crystal can survive the holidays without a present.
"I'm not going to buy the pet anything," said McCauley, 54, of Princeton, Ill., "I have a daughter who is 17 and she will buy the pets something but I surely wouldn't in any way, shape or form buy my pet a Christmas toy."
McCauley may sound like a Grinch, but he concedes buying pet gifts is not the most ridiculous idea he's heard.
"If I just had a pet by myself and my daughter wasn't around, I'd buy it one or two things a year, like a ball or a tug," he said.
The poll was conducted Oct. 1-5, 2009, by GfK Roper Public Affairs & Media. It involved telephone interviews on landline and cell phones with 1,166 pet owners nationwide, and has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 2.9 percentage points for all pet owners.
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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

30 Percent Off Sale

Hi there. For the rest of the month of November most of dog toys and treats are 30 percent off. Stop by today at and shop from a great selection of dog toys at great prices.

All My Best,

The Lucy's Dog House Team

Friday, November 20, 2009

Douglas Paquette Dog Collars On Sale

For a limited time all of our Douglas Paquette Dog Collars are on sale. $3.00 dollars off each dog collar and an additional $3.00 off each dog lead. We have some great designs to pick from that are perfect for the holidays and for year round wear. Stop today.

Thinking About Selling Lucy's Dog House

I was seriously considering selling Lucy's Dog House but I decided I like running a small business too much. I am busy updating the site but once I am done we will be having a sale for the holidays.