Photo: Kelsey Pudloski
Happy Chinese New Year! 2018 is the Year of the Dog, and to celebrate we’ve rounded up eight products to pamper your pooch with. From dog beds that look more like boho style floor pillows to gates with midcentury modern flair, we’ve got you (and your furry friend) covered.
1. Day pet bed from AllModern, $89.99+
The trendy ikat pattern and white piping allows this dog pillow to blend seamlessly with your home’s decor. The cover zips off easily and is 100 percent machine washable.
2. Hammered copper dog bowl from Target, $6.99
If you can’t afford a set of copper cookware with a hammered finish ($2,000-plus? *gulp*), you can settle for the next best thing by buying your dog this beautiful bowl with a non slip base.
3. Felt dog house from Hello Pets, $65.55
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PSA (Polish Service Announcement): Łódź-based company Hello Pets makes the most aww-inducing dog and cat products, and they offer international shipping! This grey felt house is perfect for a small dog, making them feel cozy and comforted.
4. Pet crate end table from Wayfair, $128.99
Dog owners have been putting up with ugly crates for too long — this product from Wayfair doubles as a functional side table. It’s suitable for medium size dogs between 25 and 50 pounds, but may not be appropriate for keen chewers as it’s made of solid wood.
5. Jute toy bin storage from Waiting on Martha, $26.00
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Between leashes, booties, poop bags and toys, dogs require a surprising amount of “stuff.” Corral it all in one place with this sophisticated 100 percent jute bin.
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6. Palm Springs designer gate from Wayfair, $114.99
“Is that breeze block?” your guests will ask. “Goodness no, it’s just our dog’s extremely fashion-forward gate,” you’ll reply. This Palm Springs-inspired product is so pretty you’ll never need to put it away.
7. Silicone dog food mat from Hudson’s Bay, $14.99
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If you’ve got a messy eater on your hands, use a doggie placemat to easily collect crumbs. This silicone design from Hudson’s Bay comes in three colors, is dishwasher safe, and BPA/PVC free.
8. Rope dog toy from Jax & Bones, $20.00
Photo: Jax & Bones
Dogs love to chew on raw bones, but let’s face it, they’re disgusting. Why not give your pooch a durable, recyclable, non-toxic rope toy instead? Jax & Bones makes these heavy chewers in a bunch of different styles (we’re also big fans of the flamingo and hippo) and 10 percent of their proceeds go to animal rescue organizations.