FuzzYard is a new-to-me pet product brand (they’re celebrating their 10th year in Australia this year) that carries a variety of cheerful, modern dog goodies, including everything from toys to beds to bowls — and more! I particularly love their collection of reversible pet beds, which are available in a variety of cool prints and patterns. Check ‘em out!
Man, French Bulldogs make everything look cooler. Plain cotton canvas tote? Put a Frenchie on it! Snag one from West Elm for $18.
If you live with dogs (and I’m going to assume you do), you know that they’re capable of all kinds of dirty. Hair, dander, every-little-thing-they-bring-in-from-outside… it winds up on your floors, on your furniture, and in the air you breathe. If you or your pup suffer from environmental allergies, breathing in all that particle-laden air isn’t very cool. This month, Mingus and Dottie test out the BreatheSmart air purifier from Alen to see how it handles two dogs’ worth of dirty air.
I’m a big fan of Jax and Bones’ durable rope toys, which come in a variety of cute animal shapes. They’ve really outdone themselves this time though! Meet Gourdy the Pumpkin, Spike the Spider, and Mumford the Mummy, the new Halloween trio from Jax and Bones. As with their other rope toys, each of these spooky rope creatures is made from 100% eco-friendly, chemical-free, naturally-dyed cotton. Snag your favorite one, or all three, from Petswag.
I’ll admit, when Wrigley and Smash come along with us in the car, we’re taking some risks: they ride unsecured in the back seat and, occasionally, in the front seat when it isn’t occupied. I KNOW. I know. Totally unsafe and, unfortunately, quite common.
If you follow Dog Milk on Instagram or Facebook, you may have seen my excited exclamations about spotting “the best wrapping paper ever” at a local store. I’m kicking myself now for not picking some up right then and there, but after some googlin’ I was able to track down the paper company responsible for creating such adorable gift wrap: Ecojot.
We featured Heather LaHaise’s modern dog portraits a while back (they’re amazing — check ‘em out), so I was particularly excited to see that Apartment Therapy recently featured a home tour of her cozy and eclectic South Carolina home — complete with oodles of dog paintings and photos of her two pups, of course!