Italian outdoor company Fuora, is launching DogHouse a modern and stylish dog kennel which requires no maintenance at all. DogHouse is a high quality and high performance dog kennel made with a multi layered birch wood from a Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) sustainable source. The wood has been treated with a special thermoplastic overlay to resist all weather conditions. The sides are manually coated with an eco-friendly transparent varnish: “We wanted the core of the wood to be visible,” say designers Manolo Bossi and Alberto Benedetti, founder of Fuora.
Waiting is a dog-shaped fruit (or vegetable) stand designed by Masakazu Hori, which was recently launched at the 2010 Furniture Fair in Milan.
The Stunt Runner Leash by Stunt Puppy is a leash designed specifically for runners who love to pound the pavement with their best friend.
It fastens around your waist and frees your hands so you can focus on running. Plus, you won’t feel pulled by your pet because this flexible leash extends from 37″ to 55″.
This adorable little pouch by Cody’s Creations on Etsy is a treat and training pouch that you attached to your belt loop while working on your pup’s behavior.
I walk my dogs in the dark often. As soon as one of them decides to go to the bathroom off-schedule, I’m cursing myself for not having a light with me so I can pick it all up. The Animal Planet Retractable Pet Leash is a nice-looking leash with built-in light and baggie storage. It’s an all-in-one walking solution for $10. I think I would like it a lot better if it came in more fun colors.
I know my Aunt will just love this one (she has three dachshunds). What dachshund lover wouldn’t want a sterling silver wiener dog-shaped ring from Etsy seller luckyduct.
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).