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.
There’s nothing girly about the sporty Argo Petascope carriers by TEAFCO. They are made of nylon and feature mesh windows on all sides, a water-resistant base, and the small size is airline-approved. They also come in medium and five fun colors. I’m really digging these, but more importantly, they look cool enough for my little Beans.
The Cubix Dog Mansion by German company Best Friend’s Home is probably the most modern dog house I have ever seen. It is designed to pay homage to the Bauhaus style. The raised roof and rectangular windows are nice architectural details. It’s made from quality varnished wood and features break-proof window glass that is resistant to all types of weather conditions. Available sizes include small, medium, and extra large (yay!). This pet palace is manufactured and shipped from Germany, so I’m guessing overseas shipping ain’t be cheap, but — hey — neither is this dog house.
I am sure you have heard me many times already talk about my dog’s frustrating allergy and dry skin problems. Well, about 2 months ago, we bought Nature’s Logic North Atlantic Sardine Oil, which has been a great addition to our dogs’ food. They love it, and even thought Beans still has some dry skin, I think adding the oil has made their coats a lot softer and smoother. The only thing is you’re supposed to keep it refrigerated, which makes it harder to remember it every day!
Alite Designs is a new San Francisco-based design company. Their goal is to create products that help people get outside and have fun, especially with their dogs. They want to help take the hassle out of walking your dog, so you can just grab your leash and go have fun with your pooch. Plus, they love design and want to step up the design aesthetic for dog products and move beyond traditional fire hydrant and bone decorations. Amen!