I can never resist a cute pup in an bandana, especially when they’re sporting a super stylish one like these bandanas from Moodie Tuesday! Available in two sizes and a range of chic patterns, each bandana is handmade from 100% cotton and features an embossed leather tag. Check out the whole collection right here!
While handmade gifts usually end up in the “well, it’s the thought that counts” category, here are 15 DIY gifts no dog will turn their nose up at!
1. DIY Holiday Doggie Donut Toys and Free Printable Gift Tags
Check out more of our favorite project ideas below and let us know which one is your fave!
The following post is brought to you by Petswag. We’re very paw-ticular about our partners and only feature those we think are top dog.
“Fine design for furry friends” is the tagline over at Petswag — and they mean it! Doug and Amanda Loback — Petswag’s founders, curators, and resident crazy dog people — love good design almost as much as they love their pets. When they began to furnish their first home, Doug and Amanda realized the only thing missing was good design for their three dogs, Dexter, Holder, and Lucy — and they were not alone. And so, Petswag was born!
Petswag carries a wide range of unique and stylish pet products — from beds and bowls to collars and carriers – for dogs, cats, and more. Every brand Petswag carries is hand-selected, including many of our favorite brands like Cloud7, Doca Pet, and Free Stitch.
Check out our top picks from Petswag: 1. Found Rope Collar 2. Ore Recycled Canvas Biscuit Toy 3. Sleepypod Air In-Cabin Pet Carrier 4. Doca Pet Dogleg Diner 5. Jax and Bones Azul Bed 6. Bauer Dog Bowl 7. Chilewich Dog Food Mat 8. Free Stitch Duca Pet Carrier 9. Cloud7 Jamie Bowl 10. Billy Wolf Plaid Bandana
Stop by Petswag to see their full selection of modern dog products!
It’s cold out there, y’all. Sometimes a pup needs a little extra protection from winter’s chill, and we here in the South know that nothing takes the edge off a frosty morning like a sherpa-lined wool coat — in plaid, of course. Billy Wolf Fine K9 Coatery‘s dog jackets are handmade in the USA from vintage, dead stock fabrics. They’re sophisticated and rootsy at the same time — designer Lyndsey Drago honed her skills at Ralph Lauren and Timberland — and their velcro closures make them easy to put on and remove. And if your pup is already warm enough but just needs to sport a bit of flair? Billy Wolf makes awesome bandanas, too. Check out the complete line at Billy Wolf.
When it comes to dogs, bandanas are the ultimate accessory. You tie one little piece of fabric around a dog’s neck, and boom, that dog’s ready for a party or for an adventure or for a job (or for gang membership, depending on the bandana’s color and placement). I wish accessorizing were that easy for humans. And now Wildebeest has taken the doggie bandana to a whole ‘nother level with their new XX Bandana Collar, a classy collar/bandana combo released just last week.
American Digs is a brand new dog apparel label that just launched their debut line of clothes and accessories inspired by timeless styles seen in human apparel. Aiming to “meet the needs of consumers who increasingly view their dogs as family and demand higher-quality products than they have in the past,” American Digs sources and manufacturers all of their products right here in the USA.
Amailo is an adorable little shop full of crochet doggie-wear that makes me “awww” out loud. Named after Mailo, the fetching Jack Russel model seen in all of these photos, Amailo creates each one of these beautiful crochet bandanas to order and in a variety of different colors, just for your dog.