This cat looks like she's singing . . . and calling for a feathered friend! The Here Birdie Birdie Bird House ($40) offers a bird-sized hole to draw in a flutterer. While it's pretty cute for a birdhouse is the idea of a cat eating a bird too odd for you?
Do your pups hover around the table at mealtime using puppy dog eyes to nab a bite? (You know who you are.) If you have ever offered a nibble off your plate, those charming canines know when to come back and can sniff out the weakest link even if they aren't hound dogs themselves.
So, on the one hand, this Bone Appetit Seat makes it easier for a pooch to lunge for your plate but at least distracts with his own bowls to finish first. You know what distracted me? The $990 price tag so just vote on the concept (not the cost) and share your comments below!
I'm all about a good furry fashion statement and consider my dog to be a lil rocker (at heart). In theory, I'm loving this Faux Leather Studded Bracelet but not sure about it in actuality.
Now I could surely see this style looking sweet for a photo shoot but don't know if I'm willing to shell out the $18 for the end result. Are you bobbing your head along to this or grabbing the earplugs instead?
This poll isn't tackling the concept of bellybands (which help limit in-house "marking"), but this particularly punny collection. Plus-sized in humor, there's
Liz Wiz Claiborne, Banana Bonenana Republic, Tommy Hilfiger Peefinger or Lee Pee all starting at $25.I guess now the floor will be clean for you to roll on it but are you laughing out loud at these items?
As a responsible doggie parent, there have definitely been times when I've had to tote that stinky deposit longer than I'd like in search of the trash. On our usual routes, I can predict when and where North will choose to poo and always have the closest can in mind, but faraway adventures can leave pet owners grappling with more than just the leash.
Now enters the Civic Doody Dog Leash Handle ($22), which snaps to a leash to both hold the filled garbage and the empties for next time. Are you put off by the bulkiness or do you think this convenience can't be beat?
Your pups can't fetch this fetching item, although they may be tempted! Made of recycled tennis balls, this bed stands out, while a comfy cushion lets the pooch snuggle in for a bumpy nap. Dogs that enjoy rolling around on things of different textures will get a nice massage from the product from Hugh Hayden Design, but a $285 doggie bed could be the crafty inspiration you need to get out there and DIY. Would your pups lounge in style or try to drag this bed out to the park for playtime?
Hello, Summer, nice of you to join us in San Francisco! When the weather's warm, I love to grab my pooch and head to the beach. While I've been burned before by stashing my stuff in a non-zipped tote, I always keep the sand out and make sure things are sealed up tight.
I spotted these colorful insulated bags to keep a dog's water cool, and surely there's some room in there for wine and cheese for the people picnic participants. The Huggy Bag ($84) probably isn't for folks who'd shy away from sharing a sack with kibble and human food, but would you tote this tote?
The fact that I covet an item for myself doesn't mean I need to pick it up for North! While I love the preppy front and girly back of this Juicy Couture Twill Trench Cape ($55), I don't love (cross)dressing my dog up as a lil girl pooch. While I wish this style came supersized for humans, tell me if you think this jacket is perfect for Fall . . . or if you're falling out over the price instead?
It's a house! It's a bed! It's a house! It's a . . . OK, I'll stop. The Percy Convertible Pet House ($69) offers a hiding spot for small pets or can be smushed down into a bed with the pillow insert placed
on the roof up top. Of course, furry friends will need your hands to complete this process so you'd have to play a guessing game to see which style they prefer. Are you waiting by or walking away from this product?
Lucky pup! This cool Pom not only has shades to protect those eyes but a special fan to chill out. The Portable Misting Fans ($60) swivel in different directions with or without splashes, too. After filling up the attached water bottle, it can be set on timers for 10 seconds on / 20 seconds off for two full hours of mister fun.
This fan can go wherever you and your hot dogs travel as it plugs into the wall, the car or runs on batteries alone. Are you wiping tears of joy or shock from your misty eyes?