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Play bigger, faster and longer with our complete line of toys. Chuckit! interactive toys are designed for fetch-tastic play for you and your pet, resulting in a deeper, longer-lasting bond. 

Check out our Featured Products below to see some of the top selling and most popular products in the Chuckit! line. Then browse through the Petmate Academy to read up on important educational articles and tips to help improve your pet’s everyday life! Finally, get up to speed on current happenings in the pet world via the “Pet News” feed we have compiled for you below.Our goal at Chuckit!® is to provide products and information right at your fingertips to help you and your family enjoy every moment shared with your pet.

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Mutts: What’s Not to Love?
We think all dogs are pretty awesome, and if you’re reading this then there’s a good chance you agree. Every dog, no matter what breed, has their own unique personality, and will likely be a great fit for someone out there. Some dog parents like purebreds because you can pick the exact dog you want. Their temperament and behavioral traits, and even their shedding may be more predictable. However, there is a growing trend to adopt or rescue a mutt from a shelter. For many pet families, not knowing exactly what you’re going to get is half the fun, but, it basically comes down to preference. So if you’re looking to add a new pooch to your family soon, here are some of our top reasons to consider a mutt.   read more >

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US government seeks ban on swimming with Hawaii dolphins

US government seeks ban on swimming with Hawaii dolphinsUS federal officials are seeking a ban on swimming with Hawaii's spinner dolphins, saying the encounters popular with tourists are harming the nocturnal creatures' sleeping habits. The proposal by the National Marine Fisheries Service of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) would ban swimming with Hawaiian spinner dolphins or approaching the animals within 50 yards (45 meters). "We are taking this action because spinner dolphins in the main Hawaiian islands are experiencing intense pressure from swimmers and other ocean users looking for a dolphin encounter," Ann Garrett, of the NOAA's Fisheries Office of Protected Resources, told reporters earlier this week.


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How to Pick Up and Hold a Cat

Mikkel Becker demonstrates the proper way to handle a cat — and how to safely introduce him to children. Watch the video here.

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Photographer Blasts PETA's Appeal in "Monkey Selfie" Lawsuit

The attorney for David Slater says the copyright fight over the infamous "monkey selfie" is poised to earn back-to-back titles as the year's most ridiculous lawsuit.

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