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Potting Shed Creations, located in Troy, Idaho, started as a garage business in 1998 and now sells its products worldwide. We like their goal of inspiring a fresh approach to gardening by offering well-designed, sustainable products.


In addition to bonsai gardens, gardens in a bag and scatter gardens, Potting Shed Creations offers an adorable line of pet products. This week four readers will win their choice of a dog grass bowl or a cat grass bowl.

For a chance to win, answer this week’s question before 12/11c, Monday, July 5.

This week’s question: How do you spoil your pets?

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22 Responses

  1. SweetLiz says:

    I have a yellow lab named Amber. She was a rescue dog. I found her on line after I had to have my yellow lab also named Amber euthanized for bone cancer. Amber comes to work with me every day. She has beds everywhere…in the living room, in my bed room, in my Jeep and at work. By the way, her name was already Amber that is one of the reasons I chose her.

  2. CplusE says:

    I think the question should be "How don't I spoil my pets?!?" My three dogs and one cat get the highest quality pet food I can find, including high-quality treats, which are carefully monitored so that they don't get too much of a good thing! Dog and cat beds are scattered all over the house for their convenience. I know what type of toy each dog prefers, and these toys are always available, replaced periodically when they finally wear out. The dogs have control of the TV room, including the sofa and love seat — if you want to watch TV in our house, you squeeze onto a seat wherever the dogs will let you! Our cat has the second floor landing all to herself for when she wants to escape the dogs — an inconvenient-to-humans baby gate blocks the steps so that only she can get up there. I get up before 5 am every morning to take the dogs for a 40-minute walk, and there are several more outings throughout the day. Right now one of my dogs is recovering from surgery for a serious knee injury. She has to be monitored closely for the next two months so that she does not re-injure herself, and I am virtually a prisoner in my own home until this time period is up. Our great room has now also become a doggie domain until she recovers! Does this sound like way too much work? Maybe it is, but for a brief time after my two old dogs passed away I was dogless, and I can tell you that I would rather be doing all this than have to go through a period without dogs again!

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