Waggo, one of our favorite pet accessories brands, has a whole new collection of awesome doggy products for spring and summer! From adorable water toys to colorfully patterned collars and leads, there’s something for every modern pup. Check out all the new pieces and let us know which one is your pup’s fave!
Posts Tagged ‘treat jar’
We’re winding down the year here at Dog Milk and taking some time to look back at the awesome posts, products, pets, and people we’ve had a chance to feature in 2012. Over the next two weeks, we’ll be sharing the top posts from our main categories before we unveil the best of the best: the ten most popular posts of 2012!
Treats, storage, and bowls — oh my! Here are the top 5 dining posts of 2012.
Mingus & Dottie Try It: Lickety Stik — We put this unique new treat to the test!
After complaints from my husband that our dogs’ treats were taking over our pantry (it’s kinda true), I decided it was high time to do something about all those boxes and bags of goodies. I knew I wanted treat jars that looked good — something I could proudly display on my counter — and didn’t cost a lot. With those two rules in place, I ultimately decided to just get a bit crafty and make my own. And you know what? These DIY etched glass treat jars are awesome! And easy! And totally customizable! Wanna make your own? I’ll show you!
I’ve been following Inubar, a discounted designer shopping site for dogs, since it was in beta and I’m excited to let you know that it’s open for business! Inubar sets itself apart from other flash sale sites (I know, I know — they are everywhere) through its expertly curated selections. They’ve partnered with some of the best modern dog designers and brands out there, you guys. It’s stuff you’d actually want!
Much as we tend to anthropomorphize our dogs and endow them with complex thoughts and even speech, I’m pretty sure my little Dottie’s average thought process is somewhat akin to one of those old Dick and Jane books: “I am hungry. There is no food. Oh, look. There is food in my bowl. Food is good. Crunch, crunch, crunch.” Thus, this line of tongue-in-cheek, retro-inspired dog dining accessories from Oré Pet might be right up her (extremely simple) alley.
Even though they can’t read, and may or may not appreciate good design, something tells me even dogs are powerless against the sheer brilliance and beauty of Helvetica, that most glorious of typefaces. You can show your love for all things sans serif (or maybe just make your kitchen feel more like an NYC subway station) with Helvetica treat tins, bowls, and food storage bins, new at Harry Barker.