LoveThyBeast is a brand new pet accessories company based in Brooklyn whose modern products are blowing my mind. From beds to totes to travel bowls (to this awesome pyramid house - OMG), their collection is absolutely stunning, not to mention built on the principles of sustainability: all of their materials are locally milled, sourced from craftsmen and textile mills within 200 miles of their office. I LOVE that.
One of my favorite pet accessories brands, Waggo, recently released a whole new series of beds called the Colorblocker Collection. When Wrigley heard that they’d made a special one just for him, he was flattered and thrilled to give it a whirl! Read on to see what he thinks of this colorful new bed!
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The holidays are right around the corner, but there’s still time to snag some adorably festive goodies for your favorite four-legged friend! For one week only, you can save up to 20% at Muttropolis with the discount code “MILK20“. Offer excludes treats, food, and gift cards.
Here are our top ten picks from the Muttropolis holiday shop that are sure to have your dog feeling festive: 1. Let It Snow Dog Sweater 2. Rolled Leather Collar 3. Holiday Dog Bed Cover 4. Bone Holiday Stocking 5. Latex Christmas Tree Dog Toy 6. Cable Knit Dog Sweater with Pockets 7. Interactive Chimney Burrow Dog Toy 8. Naughty and Nice Dog Leash 9. Moose Dog Toy 10. Peppermint Dog Toy
We’re rolling out a series of gift guides this week, but if you want to get a jump start on your holiday shopping take a peek at this! LeLe Pets is offering an exclusive discount code to Dog Milk readers from now through Wednesday (11/28). Enter the discount code “DOGMILK” at checkout to receive an additional 25% off everything on the (already discounted!!) site. Happy shopping!
We’re kicking off a week of holiday gift guides today, starting with 20 warm and cozy beds, crates, and sleeping accessories! Happy Howl-idays!
1. Dog Duvets by Molly Mutt
2. Hemp Koosh Pouf from Pet Modern
3. Spotty Dotty Circle Bed by Waggo
4. Mid-Century Modern Dog Furniture by Modernist Cat
You may have seen Kenya Hara’s most recent project, Architecture for Dogs floating around the Internet this past week. I originally spotted it in the latest issue of print publication Metropolis Magazine (highly recommended, P.S.), whose now-online article contains looooads of fantastic photos from this project to peruse (and amuse). But first, what’s this “Architecture for Dogs” business all about anyway?
Editor’s Note: In an effort to sniff out the best new dog products, we’ve launched Mingus & Dottie Try It, a monthly review column where our contributor Katherine and her pooches put some of these pawesome finds to the test!
This month Mingus and Dottie, in their undying efforts to find you the very best dog products (as well as live lives enviable to most humans), have reviewed the Kingston natural memory foam dog bed from Essentia. So, what did they think?