If you’re in the Seattle area on Sunday, March 28th from 1-3PM, pop in to Assemble Gallery and Studio for a class on sewing your own squeak toy.
Choose from one of three animal patterns to sew a squeaky, plushy toy for your puppy (or small dog). Students will learn basic machine and hand-sewing techniques to create a hypoallergenic friend.
I spotted these squishy pet bowls today via Daily Kibble, and just think they’re so cute! You can scrunch them up and throw them in a suitcase or backpack and they don’t lose their shape. They come in human versions too.
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.
Studio 1212 is a husband and wife team in the heart of Boise, Idaho — Danielle and Derek. They make furniture and also great illustrations, featuring our favorite furry friends.
The A.U.T.O Pet Carrier from Italian company Petego comes in a variety of colors and is a modern alternative to the run-of-the-mill blah pet carrier you can get at just any pet store. The design includes a comfort grip handle and belt inserts that can be used to secure the carrier as a car seat while driving.
NYC dwellers take note — FabDog has an MTA NYC Subway collection that features everything from a map food mat and raincoat to fun plushie toys, such as a metrocard and taxi. It’s so adorable, even non-New Yorkers will love it!
I would like to call this style of dog accessories “modern cottage.” The Chatham Collection from Up Country makes use of colorful, country colors with more modern style and easy interlocking fabrication. The finishes are also non-toxic.