We’re longtime fans of 26 Bars & a Band’s Avant Garde leash collection. The fun patterns and designs are a great way to show off your style while taking ol’ Fido for a walk. The only problem has been deciding on which design to choose — until now! 26 Bars & a Band has a brand new series of interchangeable covers designed specifically for their Avant Garde leashes: the Snap Case collection!
Dog Milkers! We have a very, very, VERY exciting announcement to make today. Remember our post about the Donation by Design tags from blanketID? The ones where designers create a tag and a portion of the sales goes to the designer’s charity of choice? Yeah, that one! Well, we’ve been sitting on this info for a little while now, so you can imagine our excitement at finally being able to spill the beans. Drum roll, please…
We are thrilled to introduce the Dog Milk Donation by Design Collection for blanketID!
There aren’t enough exclamation marks in the world to adequately express how stoked we are about this. Seriously. So, want to hear more about our collaboration? Read on!
Mingus and Dottie are always on the lookout for stylish accessories that are rugged and practical enough for everyday use, so we were stoked to get a chance to try out these cool collars and leashes from Grey Paw Design. Handmade in Portland, Oregon, Grey Paw’s sophisticated designs are just our style. Check out our review (and a special discount code) below!
If you’re connected with us on Facebook, you might remember that we posted there about the Yellow Dog Project a while back. The Yellow Dog Project is a brilliant campaign created to designate dogs who need a little more space when they’re out and about — dogs who are leash reactive, sick, elderly, recovering from surgery, or who maybe just don’t like other pups all up in their grille. The smart and simple idea is that dogs who need their space wear a yellow ribbon on their leash or collar — and if you and your dog see a pup sporting yellow ribbon, politely step away and give that pooch the space he needs.
Of course, this brilliant system only works if people know about it, so we’re stoked to see the Yellow Dog Project getting some attention in places like USA Today. Yellow Dog’s website has handy-handy fliers you can print to hand out (or tack up at local doggie hangouts) to help spread the word. Check ‘em out!
I have big time love for the stylish accessories of doggy outfitters Mungo & Maud, eagerly anticipating new products to drool over and share. So, when they contacted me about their newest spring line, the Converse Collection, with an offer to let Wrigley test drive one of the new collars and leads, I jumped at the chance*!
I’m a little picky when it comes to T-shirts — the only ones I feel truly comfortable in are American Apparel cotton tees. So how did I miss that American Apparel has a full line of dog stuff? (We actually featured one of their tees back a couple years ago. Again, duh.) The American Apparel pet line features all your favorite AA hoodies and tees, but designed just for your pooch. In addition, they’ve got sweet denim beds and collars and leashes to complete the collection. Check it all out at American Apparel. (If nothing else, their adorable array of doggie models is sure to brighten your day.)