So the rustic thing is totally in for 2011, right? I don’t know. I just made that up. But rustic is about to be in at my house with the Woodland bowl and treat jar and Urban Country dog bowls from o.r.e. pet. These are so rad.
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I’m unabashed in my love for the ultra-cool designs from Doca Pet, and the new additions to their line of bowls and feeders are quite super. The resin Smorgasboard features a sleek woodgrain texture, and the steel Wire & Dine double feeder comes in a variety of colors.
I’d like to take them both out for a beer.
Fetch them straight from Doca Pet.
WHOA! Check out these bowls!! They’re so cool they’re levitating!!!
The Phorm bowl is sleek, sophisticated, and made of easy-to-clean cast resin (with a removable stainless-steel bowl). And, apparently, they may or may not have magical powers.
Fetch it at Unleashed Life.
Please, oh please, just once, I want to find a Tiffany Blue Box® under the Christmas tree, just for me.
How about a lovely food and water bowl set in Tiffany blue — or at least close to it? (The famous Tiffany Blue is, in fact, a trademarked Pantone color. True story.)
These food and water bowls from Bijou Dog are specially designed for smaller pups with longer hair — the food bowl is rounded and shallow (perfect for little faces) and the water bowl is designed to help keep longer muzzle hair from getting soaked. Aaaaand they’re pretty!
Fetch them from Bijou Dog — in Tiffany and other patterns!
In case y’all haven’t noticed, I like color. Specifically, I like bright, bold colors that say “HELLOOOO!” when you look at them. We just painted a wall in our living room a Mad-Menny teal color called “Winter Surf.” HELLOOOO!
This brightly colored diningware from Yep Yup is right up my rainbow-colored alley.
Bowls, mats, and treat jars are sold individually and as sets at Yep Yup.
I spotted this pet dish in an Etsy treasury yesterday, and it is FIIIIIEERCE.
Gahhh. I need one. NOW.
From Johnson, Tennessee’s La Pella Pottery.
You might remember that last week on the show phetched we talked about Dottie’s drinking problem, which we’re still dealing with. Then, like a glorious bolt from above, yesterday’s Daily Kibble appeared in my inbox and seemed written just for me. There it was, exactly what I need: the Premier Pet Spill-less Bowl.
The Spill-less Bowl is designed to keep water in the bowl instead of on my socks the floor, as its special lip prevents water spillage. (I just wish it were made of metal, for sanitation reasons.)
I love living in North Carolina. And I love living in the mountains. But if I could go to New York City, say, every other weekend or so? That would be perfect.
This New York City Subway placemat would serve as a cool daily reminder of the city I love.
(with tail wags to Sarah)
Have you ever noticed that dogs seem to like kinda stinky stuff? I won’t go into detail, but I’m pretty sure you know what I’m talking about. I think this stink affinity is part of the reason Mingus and Dottie love fish-based foods so much. And it’s why I giggle a little at the name of The Honest Kitchen‘s first fish-based recipe, Zeal, as I’m sure Ming and Dizz would gladly devour a bowl of it with just that very emotion.
Like all of The Honest Kitchen’s dehydrated raw foods, Zeal is made from minimally processed, 100% human-grade ingredients, and is free of wheat and preservatives like ethoxyquin, which I’m not really sure how to pronounce but I know is really bad.
Says Lucy Postins, founder and CEO of The Honest Kitchen, “Zeal was truly inspired by our customers. For years, pet owners have told us that their dogs have allergies or intolerances to conventional meat sources, and we’re pleased that we can now offer this high-quality, human-grade recipe with minimal risk of allergies.”
And on top of that big ol’ pile of goodness, The Honest Kitchen will donate a portion of Zeal’s profits to marine conservation efforts, including The Nature Conservancy, The Blue Ocean Institute and the World Wildlife Fund.
Zeal will be available in late September from The Honest Kitchen.
I’ve had a busy week, so big hugs and mucho thanks to Modern Dog’s email newsbite for delivering today’s post straight to my inbox.
Funnily enough, I’ve been obsessing over these iPhone cases designed by renowned textile designer Sandy Chilewich for quite some time, and lo and behold, Chilewich has now designed a line of easy-to-clean, modern pet mats in her signature basketweave design.
I love how these mats are “doggie” without being too dog-y.
Fetch them at chilewich.com.