Big Daddy Biscuits are handpressed all natural dog biscuits made in Georgia. The company started when biscuit maker Lauren found an American Bulldog (like Lulu!) wandering around the streets of Atlanta. Now known as Big Daddy, because of his life on the streets and malnourishment, he developed toxoplasmosis, a parasitic infection that causes blindness. After nursing Big Daddy back to health, together he and Lauren (AKA “Big Mama”) make some seriously tasty biscuits, according to Beans and Lulu.
Little Wolf, created by Parker Kuncl, offers customizable wooden dog beds, feeders and toy boxes made from wine crates.
Little Wolf came about after Parker adopted Jenna, an adorable 5 year-old Husky/Samoyed mix in need of a forever home. Parker, Jenna’s new guardian and home, was running around trying to get his home ready for this little wolf. First thing’s first, she needed some bowls and food. Parker didn’t want to get just any old plastic bowl. He’s wanted to do something creatively wine-themed for a while and a spare wine crate laying around was perfect.
Thus the first Little Wolf Buffet elevated dog feeder was born. Of course Jenna needed a personalized feeder so other dogs would know it was hers, so she made Parker engrave her name and birthday on the front.
Little Wolf offers pets and their owners fun and aesthetically pleasing pet products for home owner?s and pet?s enjoyment, health and play. All products are sourced locally, hand built by Parker in Seattle, and employ reclaimed unused items 98% of the time (aside from the brand new pet bowls and beds).
A few weeks ago, I posted those Zen bowls from Wetnoz and I wondered, where are those adorable candy-like bones from? Well, I found them! Here’s the deets: they’re called Sammy’s Big Bone with Sprinkles and they are made by Taxi’s Bakery. They are made of whole wheat flour, oatmeal, chicken fat, peanut butter, and molasses. Then one side is dipped in yogurt frosting and sprinkles to make the treat extra special. Yummers! You can order them for $2.50 each at Dogologie.