Give a Dog a Bone!
This rubber chew toy comes in four scents: chocolate, cashew, pistachio, and peanut butter.
Price: $10–$18; Contact: Wagwear.com
Source: The New York Times Style Magazine
WholeMeals Food for Dogs
An alternative to messy kibble, each bone serves as one meal and contains “essential vitamins.”
Price: $10–$30 for 24; Contact: Wholemeals.com for locations
Source: Real Simple
This combination canteen/food bowl works for a “traipse through the woods” just as well as it does “for a Sunday afternoon in the park.” Price: $60; Contact: Dwr.com
Found My Animal leash
New England rope-makers construct leashes from sturdy dock line and marine-grade Italian hardware. Some proceeds go to providing veterinary care in rural communities.
Price: $50–$56; Contact: Foundmyanimal.com
Urban Pet Food Bowls
White ceramic bowls sit on a raised wooden platform to aid pet access and proper digestion.
Price: $55; Contact: Iloveuma.com
Source: O magazine
Harry Barker products
Add luster to Fido’s coat with gentle, fragranced shampoos and conditioners. Available in oatmeal, shea butter, and prickly pear.
Price: $14; Contact: Harrybarker.com
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