This Comfort Dog Harness comes in four different color combos, and is made of padded, breathable mesh. Although I’ve expressed my love for Puppia, these look very nice and modern too. The site reviews give it 4.5 stars, which is always something I look for when purchasing a pet product. Plus, how cute is that Frenchie?
Pattern & Paw creates dog (and cat) collars in just about any size imaginable and they offer custom add-ons. I like these plastic clasps because I find them very easy to remove when needed. I think Lulu would really like the pink camo one if Beans wouldn’t eat it.
Have you heard of Gangs of New Yorkie? I just like saying Gangs of New Yorkie. It cracks me up. Apparently it began when Mr. Phoo moved to New York and met up with fellow gangbangers Playbs Barkatto and Nellie.
Anyway, Gangs of New Yorkie creates modern pet collars, harnesses and other accessories for small pups (like yorkies) out of tough leather. The pieces can be customized with your choice of leather and your pet’s name — choose from four different lettering styles!
Roverdog8 offers Canadian-made collars, leashes and jewelery. Each piece is handmade using the high-quality materials and carefully-chosen trims. Their collars also feature a signature lampwork bone bead made exclusively for them by one of two accomplished Canadian bead artists.
Kermit, you’re wrong — it’s easy being green! Here are some St. Patty’s Day themed dog collars for you shamrock lovers out there.
Clockwise, from top left: Erin Go Braugh collar by Gone Doggie; Lots O’ Luck Dublin collar by Dublin Dog; Lucky Dog collar by The Mod Dog; Lucky Liffy collar by Fido’s Fashion Collars; Lucky Horseshoe Eco Sport collar at Mascot.
This bone leash hook by Ore’ Pet is super because you can use it specifically for your dog leashes and accessories. We have one coat rack in our apartment now, and it seems to fill up quickly with our things that often times there is barely room for the dogs’ stuff. Where do you store your leashes?
Yes, you heard that right! Puppy Tweets is a tweeting dog collar tag that posts tweets to Twitter with your dog’s movements. Created by Mattel, the collar sends one of 500 canned tweets to your dog’s Twitter account when it detects movement or barking.
With Puppy Tweets, you get a USB receiver that you plug into your computer, download the toy’s software and then you can create a Twitter account for your dog. Next, you attach a tag-like device to your dog’s collar that tracks actions. The tag then sends information to the receiver, which updates Twitter.
Since the tweets are canned, it’s more of a game of chance than anything else. I mean, your dog could be sniffing another dog’s butt and it might tweet, “I’m playing a round of catch by myself — it would be nice if you could join me!” Or, whatever. Certainly, this is more of a gimmicky toy than anything else, but seriously — we all know dogs can’t use Twitter. Once this device comes out, it will be interesting to see how many dogs join Twitter and start posting the same exact tweets.
According to the LA Times, Puppy Tweets should be in toy stores and pet shops nationwide by this Fall at a price of $29.99. If you buy one for your dog, be sure he or she follows Dog Milk on Twitter!
Image via the LA Times.