Watch a video of the chair in action and weigh in on your thoughts after the break!
I think the design of this Loop Dog Bed I found on Unica Home is modern and lovely, but I'm not quite sure why it comes in at $700 bucks — the hut is made of faux leather, and the bed itself is stuffed with silicone fibers!
For that price tag, I would have expected an ostrich leather outside, goosedown feathers in the pillow, and maybe some gold. Like 24 karats of it.
I know a girl likes to smell fresh, but is spritzing your pets with specialized "pawfume" taking it too far? I've seen a number of perfumes pop up over the past few seasons aimed at making your four legged BFFs smell sweet, while still maintaining their natural pH balance.
Sexy Beast's ($65) line of care products gives you a number of ways to show your pets some love, while stocking their fragrance with hints of vanilla, nutmeg, and citrus. However, Juicy Couture's version of their über-popular brand gives us Juicy Crittoure Dog Pawfume ($60) that is strangely void of description! Has anyone smelled it? There must be a lot of sniffing going on, so tell me, spoiled sweet or rotten?
Imagine you're driving along the expressway with your pooch, and you decide to stop for a snack at a service area. If you happen to be in Japan, you can now get a bento box for yourself... and your pup. "Dora Bento Pochi" are gourmet boxed meals for dogs available at eight different service stops in the Tokyo area.
The East Nippon Expressway Co. has produced bento boxes in the past, but this is the first time they have created anything expressly for dogs and, by my account, the first, fresh canine cuisine to be sold at rest stops anywhere.
So, what's in the box? With no preservatives or additives, you'll find prime chicken breast, unpolished-rice based bread, vegetable soups, seasoning, and a rice cracker for dessert. Better yet, the lid can be turned over to serve as a water dish.
What do you think?