I have few words for this "choice" so I'll let you come to your own conclusions — I'd love to see the arms of the brave soul who painted these pussycat nails!
Designed to look like a giant cupcake liner, Sweet Cake ($212) has many uses, including planter, baby bathtub, and drink cooler. But throw in a pillow and it becomes a pet bed, perfect for small pooches and kitties. Lightweight and durable, this container is made of thick polyethylene and comes in 10 different colors. I think it's cheeky and fun — what do you think?
From handbags to jackets, I’m all for sporting studs. Well, now my pooch can channel her inner rocker as well (why should I have all the fun?). The Xdog Leather Collar ($100-$175) by the Berkeley-based company Paco Collars, is definitely attention-grabbing.
With an array of sizes and designs, your pet can be a little (or a lot of) bit rock n’ roll. I love the look, but am wondering if it is too tough for my tail wagger? Would your pet wear these stylish studs?
Stainless Steel Spork ($15) . . . for cats?! As it turns out, this tool is not for spooning food into his mouth but instead the fork-slash-spoon design helps you get every last bit from the can. If you treat a pet to wet food, are your eyes watering with joy at this creation?
I have high expectations for products from Juicy's pet line; while oftentimes they're a bit out of my budget, the fashion company continues to give us things to talk about and give away! This Winter collection is no exception with my favorites being this stunning rich caramel bag and a cheeky "Bitch Is Back" collar.Click through the new products and let me know which would make your pup's holiday wish list when you're done.
It's a bit too soon to hang stockings by the fire, but this one can sit in front of it any season of the year! Perfect for those pups that love pink, it's another extravagant offering from Juicy Couture.
While the Dog Stocking Sleeping Bag had an original price of $85, do you think it's worth it at the discounted $55?
If you look at your dog's bed as a piece of furniture, you can take that view one step further with this Funky Dot Sofa Bed ($196 and up). While it doesn't pull out, it looks like a chaise for a furry friend . . . as long as your furry friend is less than 39-inches long. While I can almost picture this product in a kid's room, would you buy in if your only child had four legs instead?
Sure, your dog usually sleeps in the nude. But, let's say the temperatures are getting colder in your area — you don't want him in your bed but you don't have a heating pad either. Brrrr. Not sold yet?While the idea of PJs for dogs is pretty silly to begin with, these Bunny Pajamas come in pink or blue ($50) and could double as a Halloween costume for next year. Is the cuteness enough for you to make an exception or can you not get past the crazy concept?
It has a bit of vintage flair that would fit in a kitchen of this style, but would you incorporate the design for your pets?