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So… these might be the most adorable dog bowls ever! Brazilian designer Julia Muller Dias recently designed a whole collection of playful pet products for Sanremo. While they’re currently only available in Brazil, these bowls and toys were too cute not to share (paws crossed they come to U.S. retailers soon)! Check ‘em out below!
The following post is brought to you by Fun Time Dog Shop. We’re very paw-ticular about our partners and only feature those we think are top dog.
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but the weather is starting to get pretty nice these days (random snow storms aside — hey, it’s April. That’s just what April does, okay?). After spending a winter cooped up, it’s time to get up and get outside with your dog! We’ve rounded up some of our favorite get-up-and-go products from Fun Time Dog Shop that will encourage even the most devoted couch surfer to get active.
1. ComfortFlex Sport Harness 2. EZ Steps Low-Impact Leash 3. Nite Dawg LED Collar Cover 4. Leash Luggage 5. Outward Hound Hipster 6. Outward Hound Treat ‘n’ Ball Bag 7. Pack-n-Go Dog Pack 8. ComfortFlex Limited Slip Collar
Fun Time Dog Shop is a fundraising store that donates 100% of the profits of each sale to non-profit dog rescue groups and canine cancer research. Select your charity at checkout! Happy spring!
Shaving designs into hair isn’t a new idea, but applying the technique to dogs? Now that’s something I’ve never seen before! According to groomers Jessica Allegri and Amanda Marshall, who came up with the idea during a quiet day at their shop Groomers on the Green, these temporary “tattoos” or “pooch patches” do not hurt (except your dog’s pride, maybe). The whole process — shaving the design with clippers — takes about an hour and lasts up to 14 weeks. Of course, this leads us to our Bark Out Loud question this month:
Would you give your dog a “pooch patch” or temporary hair tattoo? If yes, what design would you choose?
[via Daily Mail -- thanks to Jen for the heads up!]
The following post is brought to you by Loft312. We’re very paw-ticular about our partners and only feature those we think are top dog.
Poop happens. Doo-ing the right thing and picking up after Fido just got easier with the LOOP waste bag dispenser from Loft312. LOOP keeps you in control of your roll with patent-pending technology and splashy, fashion-forward colors.
I’m excited to share a very special Dog-I-Y with you today! Natalya Zahn, a brilliant illustrator and mom to a handsome dog named Oscar, is here sharing a very clever (and easy!) DIY project that any doggy parent will appreciate and be able to make. Read on!
Here in the mountains we’ve had what I fondly refer to as The Rot over the past few days: rain, rain, and more rain. If you’re a dog owner, you know that means mud, mud, and more mud. Aggravating, yes, but also a perfect time for Mingus and Dottie to try out the Soggy Doggy Super Shammy and Doormat. Did the shammy and mat hold up to The Rot? Check out our review (and grab a special discount code) below!