Don't let your eyes fool you — this bag is not meant to hold money! Cleverly disguised as a clutch, it folds open to form a makeshift bowl for your furry friends. While the double duty of the Juicy Clutch Dog Travel Bowl ($35) is appealing, would you put your wallet keys and other standard bag fare . . . back into a bowl still damp with doggie slobber?
With a small size holding one quart and a medium with two, they'll work for cats and big dogs since the height ranges from about five to 10 inches tall. Surely this would be up to your kitchen's high-design standards — but is the dollar amount too pricey for your recession budget?
I don't even let North on my bed, let alone join me at the dining table. But now he can practice his table manners with his own Wooden Dog Dining Table ($40).
Unlike most food risers I've seen, this table adjusts to five different heights to fit your doggie (or kitty!) perfectly at any stage. It's been shown that raising your dogs' food and water bowls can aid digestion, and when paired up with a Portion Pacer, your pup will not only slow down his eating habits, but he'll savor his food like a proper pup.
The stands have antislip cushioned feet for no floor scratches and the removable, dishwasher-safe bowls are free of lead and sturdy enough to stay in . . . even for overly zealous chompers and slurpers. Now if only the pups would learn how to refill and clean it on their own. Ahh, a girl can dream anyway.