Video: POISON Singer Shows Off Pet-Apparel Line On 'Conan'

A clip of POISON singer Bret Michaels' June 12 appearance Conan O'Brien's nighttime talk show on TBS, "Conan", can be seen below.

PetSmart and Bret Michaels introduced the Pets Rock collection last year to help pet parents find their pets' inner rock star. The products are available in PetSmart stores in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico and online at

Travel Channel's new original series, "Rock My RV With Bret Michaels", premiered on May 26. The 16-episode series — 15 half-hours and a special one-hour finale — debuted with back-to-back episodes, and kicked off Travel Channel's "We Are Summer" multiplatform programming initiative. Each episode features the transformation of one of 16 beaten and bruised RVs into a customized RV — culminating in a show-stopping reveal — designed and built under the direction of RV enthusiast Michaels.


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