If you follow Dog Milk on Twitter or Instagram, you probably saw me freaking out last week when this portrait of Wrigley arrived at my doorstep. One of my favorite illustrators and artists ever (fact), Jo Chambers of Studio Legohead, did an absolutely incredible job capturing Wrigley’s personality and that little mischievous twinkle in his eye. Life goal of commissioning a portrait of Wrigley: complete!
For a long time, whenever we’d take Wrigley out hiking or on road trips with us, we’d pack along an awkwardly-sized Tupperware container to function as a makeshift water bowl. It took up valuable space, was annoying to carry on trails, and, let’s face it, was just kind of goofy. But, wait! You know what’s not goofy? These brilliant collapsible travel bowls from Bliss Paws! They pack easily in a suitcase, car, or even on your person — a carabiner lets you clip them to a belt loop, purse strap, or leash. They’re also available in three snazzy colors. (See? Not even in the realm of goofiness!)
The newest CB2 catalog landed on my doorstep this week and I couldn’t help but smile at the two cuties I spotted within its pages!
If you’ve ever wanted to try making treats for your dog, but didn’t know where to start, I’ve got the recipe for you! With a base of only two ingredients and endless ways to customize to your dog’s tastes, you’ll never go back to store bought dog biscuits again.
Ummmm… it’s a dog (okay, cat) house in the shape of a milk carton, y’all! If there was ever something that was meant to be, it’s this. The Milk Box by MOISSUE is marketed for cats, but I think it would be perfect for small dogs. Who’s with me?
Morgan, a black Lab and loyal companion to Leslie Evans of Sea Dog Press, is the inspiration behind this charming dog-shaped alphabet poster. My favorite character of the bunch? “X”, which we refer to here as “frog legs”.
Man, Griswold’s got it made! A gorgeous home (full of vintage Danish modern goodies), an awesome name, and a human who loves him to bits: what more could a dog want?