Sunday, 16 September 2007

What next?


AirPress is a Japanese manufacturer of oxygen tanks, used by athletes and by Michael Jackson for their beauty rejuvenation, anti-aging, anti-wrinkle and generally feel good properties and it has just opened its first oxygen café for pets in Tokyo. Twelve Dogs O2 capsules are available in its OWND ( Oxygen Water Nutrition Dogs) café. Capsules come in three sizes ( 400 mm x 600 mm, 600 mm x 800 mm and 800 mm x 1000 mm ). Air flow is reduced so that sensitive dogs can relax more easily. Treatment lasts for 15 minutes at a charge of about 65 US dollars. Fresh herb teas and additive-free soups are also served. Have you ever seen a dog eat soup? AND what would the treatment do to a Sharpei?

12 comments:

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

I wouldn't want my dog to end up looking like Michael Jackson!

ellee said...

What next? I think I have the answer her. Prepare to be shocked:

http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_2508183.html

Flowerpot said...

oh dear god, ED! Whatever next?!

Mopsa said...

Good grief - nowt as barmy as folks.

Winchester whisperer said...

What an extraodinary thing! Do they fly if they over-inhale?

jmb said...

Maybe the tea and soup is for the owners while they wait.
Once again we are amazed at what people will do for their pets.
Maybe I should try this treatment. I could do with a good dewrinkle treatment.
regards
jmb

Rebecca Taunton said...

Goodness, I've never heard of anything so daft. I guess people will pay for anything if they believe it to be a new fashion thing, but $65 for a bit of air?!
I'm assuming that the "sensitive dogs" are the ones that will create havoc trying to get out of that silly capsule?!

Rebecca Taunton said...

p.s. I hope you don't mind, but I've just tagged you for a 'meme'.

Ellee said...

I wonder where these advertisement companies find such well behaved dogs to pose so obediently for their pics?

Flowerpot said...

Please come and pick up your award, ED!

Jean said...

Why not just take better care of your dog?

Eurodog said...

jean,
not all dog owners are like you, I am sad to say.