Aimée Wilder is one of my favorite wallpaper designers ever; her playful, modern patterns speak to my robot-loving soul! In addition to her own wallpaper and textile design work, Aimée has also worked as an in-house designer for several firms including Dwell and Martha Stewart Living. When I saw photos of her adorable dog Bella come through my Twitter stream, I had to find out more about this little pooch. So, without further adieu, let’s meet Miss Bella!
The following post is brought to you by Felli Pet. We?re very paw-ticular about our partners and only feature those we think are top dog.
Felli Pet is a brand that makes designer pet products. With many years of experience in industrial production, plus a group of well experienced staff from the pet industry, and a team of over 20 designers and CAD engineers, they have all the abilities needed to make top quality designer pet products! Felli’s goal is to become one of the most popular brands in the pet industry, who deliver stylish and functional (yet affordable) pet products to all pet lovers.
Felli will start selling on Amazon in early September, but you can check them out at www.fellipet.com. Also, don?t forget to check out the free set of dog-meets-cat coasters that comes with the purchase of a pet bowl!
Boston Terriers and Doxies and coffee?? Sounds like a winning combo to me! The sibling tag team behind San Fernando-based stationery company Rock Scissor Paper, Heidi and Susie Bauer, have an entire collection of adorable mugs to suit any dog (or design) lover. I’m also digging their brand new collection of stainless steel water bottles, too!
The most recent issue of PAWSH Magazine has an adorable editorial spread showcasing the latest dog-walking fashions for people and their pooches. My favorite look is “Bad to the Bone“, shown above. AREN’T THOSE SPIKED SHOES AMAZING? (These track-jacket-clad Pugs are pretty cute, as well.)
If you follow Dog Milk on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, you may have noticed a little brown and white dog named Smash has emerged on the scene. We recently adopted a second dog from a local rescue group and have fallen deeply, madly in love! Wrigley is also pretty excited to have a friend, cuddle buddy, and someone to steal toys from. But it wasn’t always fun and games. Smash was pretty reserved and disinterested in us and Wrigley the first little bit, which made me wonder if we’d made the right choice. With time and patience, he’s come around and his happy-go-lucky personality is shining bright! So, this leads me to our Bark Out Loud question this month:
Do you have more than one dog and if so, do they get along?
How long was the adjustment period for the new dog(s) and the old? I’d love to hear your stories of bringing an additional dog into the family — successes, frustrations, and how you helped either dog cope!
I love this series of dog prints by artist Josh Brill!
(Sorry. Sometimes my inner 13-year-old boy comes out!)