Today is Wrigley’s sixth birthday, y’all! To borrow a quote from Jen Bilik, ‘this is what six looks like‘:
There’s wisdom in those eyes, am I right? (And also a deep-seated hatred for delivery trucks of all sizes… I have no idea why.)
Since we’re all about living stylishly with our canine friends here at Dog Milk, Wrigley has put together a birthday wishlist — one item for every year. Check out his picks below!
And now it’s every dog’s favorite category: treats and things you put treats and/or food in! We’ve rounded up 12 of our favorite dog bowls, treat jars, food mats, and healthy treat options below. Check ‘em out!
1. Custom Dog Breed Cookie Cutters from Name That Cookie
Whether your pup was naughty or nice this year, here are 12 super cool toys they’ll love to sink their teeth into — or just snuggle with, whatever their play style is!
1. Orbee-Tuff Lump of Coal Ball
Check out all our picks below!
Happy Holidays, fellow crazy dog people! We’re kicking this month off with our annual gift guide series; check back each day this week for a new roundup of our favorite modern dog goodies. First up: super rad dog beds, pet carriers, and sleeping mats!
1. Embroidered Krishna Dog Bed from Free People
Check out all our top picks below!
The IncrediBowl by Buster is an oblong rubber bowl designed specifically for long-eared dogs (though any dog can use it). The unique shape prevents Fido’s floppy ears from falling into the bowl and getting stained, smelly, or in worse-case scenarios, infected. For dogs without long ears, the curved edges encourage slower eating.
The IncrediBowl is available in two sizes and four modern colors from Houndworthy.
Houndworthy is a brand-spanking-new online shop for fashion-forward dogs and their people, setting itself apart from countless other dog retailers by truly believing in and treating dog ownership as a lifestyle choice. This expanded view offers a sophisticated interpretation of what a lifestyle brand can be by providing a collection of thoughts, feelings, images, and ideas that ultimately prove what all dog owners know: life with dogs is inherently rewarding.