Babies and Beasts is a Canadian company that makes practical and stylish clothing for your modern babies and beasts. Think of it as a cool one-stop shop for your four and two-legged loved ones. For me, my beast is my baby, so naturally I focused all of my attention on the incredible selection of dog coats and jackets available.
My Animal Activist is a small independent venture founded in 2010 by photographer, video editor, and a wonderful self-proclaimed crazy dog lady named Amy. Her mission is to use creative ways to communicate and promote responsible pet choices and the idea that all creatures of this earth deserve respect.
iDog Japan is a company that was initially focused on making human sports clothing but switched to dog clothes when the pet industry began to explode. Located in the former garment district of Western Toyama, Japan, the company was able to sustain its business as a dog clothing manufacturer, and now, retailer. They have a commitment to making quality garments that are as “kawaii” (“cute” in Japanese) as possible. I’d say they’ve succeeded!
Shop for iDog Japan products here.
Designer Vina Lam Lillvis’ first baby was an adopted Beagle named Dodger. After giving birth to her second baby, a baby girl named Bailey, she searched everywhere trying to find them matching outfits. After her search ended with zero results, she took matters into her own hands and created Babawowo, an adorable line of dog and baby apparel.
Photo: Flickr, nonnyV
Well, pups, Halloween is just around the corner, and it’s time for Dog Milk’s annual Halloween costume roundup! While browsing Pinterest and Etsy might give me delusions of grandeur in the DIY department, if you’re anything like me, you’re a) not very crafty and b) always throwing things together at the last minute. So if you’re interested in dressing your dog up this year, a ready-made costume might be just what you’re looking for. Good news: we’ve rounded up some of the best dog costumes to be found on the interwebs for 2011. Check ‘em out after the jump.