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We’re longtime fans of 26 Bars & a Band’s Avant Garde leash collection. The fun patterns and designs are a great way to show off your style while taking ol’ Fido for a walk. The only problem has been deciding on which design to choose — until now! 26 Bars & a Band has a brand new series of interchangeable covers designed specifically for their Avant Garde leashes: the Snap Case collection!
Wrigley and Smash were lucky enough to be sent a set to try and, being the stylish pups they are, they chose the Metro and Sherlock Snap Case designs. Check out our review below!
Let your dog strut their stuff this holiday season with these stylishly modern sweaters, collars, harnesses, and leads! We rounded up over 30 of our faves for dogs of all sizes — enjoy!
1. Odette Dog Hoodie
2. Cranberry Collar
3. The Kenyan Collection Beaded Collar
4. Jack Russell Winter Dog Coat
5. Polka Dot Bow Tie Dog Collar
The City Lead by Konalu is seriously one of the coolest (and most innovative) dog products I’ve seen in recent memory!
I’m seriously thinking about buying one of these Kosoku leashes after seeing it on Phetched. Quirky is an innovative design company that I’ve blogged a few times over on Design Milk — they put a lot of effort and consideration into their designs, which come from their community. This particular leash idea came from Quirky community member Sara Carpenter.
Like Katherine, I’m not a huge fan of retractable leashes, but I do like the features that this leash has. It’s flexible and soft (made of neoprene and nylon) and holds a roll of doggie waste bags. It extends up to 6 feet and has reflective tape for night visibility. You can slip it over your wrist and hold the body of the leash in your hand for comfort and a better grip. I don’t think this would work for Lulu because she is an active (and difficult to handle) puller, but I think it would be a great leash for Beans.
Interested in buying it? The leash is currently available for pre-sale on Quirky’s website for $37. I hope that I can take a closer look at one of these in person because it looks like a very promising design.