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Seven Products to Surprise Dog Moms

Carol Bryant Dexter

Mother's Day is here and dog moms can rejoice: Fidose of Reality celebrates with you. Wondering what to get the dog mom in your life? Or perhaps you want to treat your dog to something new and exciting to hit the marketplace. Well, we've got you covered with seven products to surprise dog moms. I was recently on television for a segment of Pet Talk with the fab Lauren Collier as hostess.

Pet Talk is the name of a sometimes wacky, always upbeat, educational television show about pets, animals, and the humans who love them. Airing in the southwestern Connecticut area, the show features hostess with the mostest Lauren Collier, who has been entertaining and informing the pet-loving masses for almost 13 years.I’ve been a guest several times on the show to dish dog product and pet-friendly travel segments. Since the show allows pets on set, my dog, Dexter, has become quite the wigglebutt-welcomed guest, too (occasionally leaving the set in search of treats offstage).

Check out the seven dog products we shared on Pet Talk with this exclusive television segment. We also dish about the Wigglebutt Wedding, Pet360 shopping for dogs, and BlogPaws for those of you into social media (and who isn't these days). Thanks to Lauren Collier. Away we go: (and Happy Mother's Day to the dog moms out there)

Here are the products we featured and where to purchase them: Simply follow the links to


dog is good

Dog is Good V-Neck Shirt from

dog frame

Pearhead Pawprints Desktop Frame from

Hurtta cooling coat

Hurtta Cooling Dog Coat from

spot toy dogs

Spot Seek a Treat from


Tailbangers Dog Treat Gift Basket from

flying pig

Hyper Pet Flying Pig Slingshot Dog Toy from

dog life jacket

Hurtta Dog Life Jacket from


A dog lover of the highest order is how Gayle King introduced Carol Bryant, when she appeared with her Cocker Spaniel on Oprah Radio’s Gayle King show to dish dogs. Carol created and owns the trademark, My Heart Beats Dog® and lives that mantra. A 30-year veteran of the dog world, she is President of the Dog Writers Association of America (DWAA) and the 2020 DWAA winner for Best Dog Blog.