If you’ve ever wanted to try making treats for your dog, but didn’t know where to start, I’ve got the recipe for you! With a base of only two ingredients and endless ways to customize to your dog’s tastes, you’ll never go back to store bought dog biscuits again.
The Bear and The Rat is essentially fro-yo for dogs!
Started by Matt and Meg and their Lhasa Apso Quimby (aka “The Bear”) and Rat Terrier Laika (aka ?The Rat?), The Bear and The Rat makes yummy frozen treats for your furry friends. With flavors like Banana Peanut Barker and Choc ?o? Not, your dog will go nuts for these organic, healthy frozen treats.
The Bear and The Rat sent Lulu and Beans some treats to try out and let me just say that there’s none left.
The adorable packaging was designed by illustrator Caryn Arredondo.
Designer Andrea Roman partnered with VagoLab, Manuel Rimada & Gilberto González on a new concept in dog food.
What if your dog’s waste could literally end up smelling like flowers? What if it could help the environment? They came up with the idea food create dog food that contains seeds so that when your dog goes to the bathroom on grass or soil, it plants seeds that grow into flowers. What do you think of this idea?
This project was published in illogicalquestions.com.
Need to beat the heat? How about trying Frozen Forest dog ice cream – made fresh to order prepared and churned in a classic Italian gelato machine in NYC. Using only local ingredients, Frozen Forest ice cream is 100% organic with no additives. The packaging is well-designed and made from biodegradable paper. I especially like the fun flavors – shoe, cat, and squirrel. I think Beans would like squirrel…
Designed by Benjamin Yi, Top Paw is dog food packaging that expands, has an easy-to-carry handle, and a built-in bowl. What’s not to like?
I don’t know about you but I sometimes fall for a company just because of their logo or packaging. I’m very sensitive to design because I feel like if a company puts that much consideration into their design often times the product quality follows suit. This is true in the case of The Honest Kitchen.
PetFlow is a new online shopping and delivery service that allows you to preselect your pet?s favorite food (including brand, size and flavor) and schedule recurring deliveries based on your pet?s eating habits and dietary needs. The products get delivered straight to your door so you never have to worry about running out of dog food at the last minute or lugging heavy bags back from the pet store again (I always have to make the husband come with me to haul our bag up to our third floor apartment)!
PetFlow boasts more than 50 brands for dogs and cats, including dry and wet food, treats, and even Wee Wee pads. You can filter your search based on special dietary needs or lifestyle conditions, such as weight management, dental health, organic ingredients and skin needs.
Unfortunately, they don’t currently carry Zinpro (be warned: worst website ever!), which is the brand that my dogs eat. If they did and the price was right, you can bet your wet nose I’d be singing up for this service. Only ONE STORE near me carries Zinpro, and that is one of the only stores in the US that carries this brand in stock.
Would you use an automatic pet food delivery service?