Twittering pets doesn't seem to be a trend that's ending anytime soon so check out these twitter-inspired goodies I've hunted down. (No birds were harmed in the writing of this post.) For those tweetly-obsessed, there are a couple shirts that let his walktime pals know he's in the tech loop — otherwise, just peep other little birdy items. So subtle.
If your friends are anything like mine, it's a battle to get them to suggest a single meal that doesn't involve sushi. Now the idea of fresh fish and kitties go
hand-in-hand paw-in-fin but there are plenty of doggie rolls, too. Grab your chopsticks and dig into these tasty morsels!
Not technically necklaces, these pretty pieces still make quite a statement. Hello there. Since oversized necklaces continue to be a favorite fashion trend of mine, I'm gonna rename these statement collars for furballs.
Take Sundance ($58) — I love the turquoise centerpiece and smaller round details 'cause it's so cowboy chic with a Southwestern twist. There's plenty of other items in both thick and thin for pooches of all sizes and styles. Guarantee these jewels will get him noticed on his next walk around town!
I love to see celebs getting snuggly with their pooches, so how delighted was I to catch this glimpse of Susan Sarandon and her lil Maltese?! Even so, I'm less pleased to witness the furry-pal-inside-purse phenom later that night.
Granted, the two were attending Longchamp's 60th Anniversary celebration in NYC, so the Legende Satchel was a must-have, but where's a proper tote for her precious pet, Penny? Next time, hopefully she'll carry that metallic trend with an appropriate luxe, gold (dog) bag like these below.
Seems like Antonio Sabato's cute pooch isn't the only one getting in on the faux ostrich fabric! Now I like the nubby design but would never invest in the real thing. Thankfully, more and more designers are creating convincing patterns inspired by that fabric, and I found quite a few bags and collars in the mock material below.
For those times when a simple rubber band or ribbon just won't do, try a fancy bow or barrette to keep your lil pup's topknot looking top notch. Obvs my fella doesn't have enough fur for such fun accessories . . . and isn't really into that whole girly girl pooch thing anyway. But, for longhaired doggies, keeping that hair out of their eyes can prevent unfortunate run-ins with the wall! Our fave online e-tailer that gets tails waggin', Trixie + Peanut, has a bunch of new bows stocked on their site in time for Summer adventures. I've gathered a couple of my faves in a widget below when you read more
This double duty doggie adornment is doubly precious as each is not only a fashion statement but a functioning collar as well! Because these ties are one of a kind, you choose the pattern and color you want, and they'll pick the closest match for your design. In fact, they're all made using the fabric from high quality, preowned ties making this fabulously ecotastic and creative to boot. The Good Life Collar comes in four sizes for $30 a pop or, for $45, you send in the special tie in their prepaid envelope, and you'll get a collar that is exactly fitting for your pup's next fancy event. These precious products can be special ordered online or found in many Bay Area pet stores – a portion of all proceeds go towards organizations that benefit animals making a great global statement, too.
For your funky, cheeky, and happy little monkeys at home, here are ten adorable, themed products to offer up to your pets! From grunting and singing toys to this adorable monkey tee, these products provide a nice alternative to having those little monkeys jumping on the bed! The Uncle Monkey pet carrier would make a nice addition to North's collection – and to this week's PetMarking mission where we're still looking for cute pet bags!