Back in June, I attended BlogPaws and had the chance to meet the cool kids behind P.L.A.Y. Pet Lifestyle and You in person. (And, yes, they’re just as fun and cheerful as their name implies!) They asked if I would be interested in testing out one of their new Voyager Lounge Beds. Knowing that we were bringing a new dog home for trial adoption the next day, I jumped at the chance!
Well, two months have passed, that “trial” dog is now a full-fledged member of the family (he has a name and everything — it’s “Smash“), and he’s been sleeping on the Voyager Lounge Bed every night since. Here’s what we think of P.L.A.Y.’s new bed!
The London Olympics have been over for something like 100 sad, boring hours now (but who’s counting?). I don’t know about you, but I’m missing the Games real hard, and I’m missing all the gorgeous shots of England and basically everything British (even you, Prince Harry). If your Anglophile heart is also longing for London, perhaps this line of British-inspired dog beds from Unleashed Life will tickle your fancy.
I’ve been following Inubar, a discounted designer shopping site for dogs, since it was in beta and I’m excited to let you know that it’s open for business! Inubar sets itself apart from other flash sale sites (I know, I know — they are everywhere) through its expertly curated selections. They’ve partnered with some of the best modern dog designers and brands out there, you guys. It’s stuff you’d actually want!
Waggo is a modern dog accessories brand founded in 2011 by Brooklyn-based designer Regine Raab. Her background in fashion is apparent throughout, with bold colors and modern patterns found on everything from beds to leashes to food mats! I am absolutely in love with the “Spotty Dotty” pattern, which is available on a variety of different bed styles as well as ceramic bowls.
These floor cushions are intended for human kids, but I think fur kids would be just as happy lounging on them! Available in two colors and three sizes, these dog beds (well, that’s how I see them, anyway) range in price from $29 to $49. Not too shabby, right? Bonus: the cotton covers are removable and machine washable!
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?