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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.

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We’re getting ready to move to a new house in a few weeks, so I’ve got decorating ideas on the brain like crazy. Seriously, I’m seeing paint chips in my head when I close my eyes to sleep. And of course (as if I need an excuse) I’m shopping for new doggy stuff to complement our new decor.

I really like this raised Bambu feeder I spotted over on the Get Lick’d blog. It’s sleek, simple, holds two dishwasher-safe stainless bowls, and is made from that eco-friendly powerhouse, bamboo.

You can fetch the raised Bambu feeder at Muttropolis.

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I like dogs. I like dog stuff. I like bright colors. I like modern, clean design.

I like the Bone Bowl and Stand from the UK’s hing designs.

The wipe-clean stand neatly lifts and raises hing’s Bone Bowl, which features two removable stainless steel bowls.

hing’s online store will be open soon.

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So you’ve probably heard by now that they (“THEY”) have made a movie “remake” of my beloved “The A-Team.” I won’t belabor you with an extended monologue regarding my feelings on how THEY are attempting to replace these cherished characters of my childhood with different actors (although, hellooooo, Bradley Cooper, what’s up?) — but suffice it to say you’re more likely to see me at a screening of Marmaduke than this A-Team imposter. (Sorry if Marmaduke’s your thing, but I can’t really do the whole CGI-aided talking-animals thing, exception being Babe, which – hello – was awesome.)

So, what does this all have to do with dog feeders, you ask? Well, in the words of our friend Hannibal Smith, I love it when a plan comes together — or in this case, I love it when form and function entertwine in the doggie world (after all, it’s kind of the point of this blog).

Celia Greiner‘s hand-built elevated dog feeders, fashioned from bamboo plywood and sealed with waterproof polyurethane, are both functional, well-designed tools and beautiful pieces of furniture.

Perfect. Unlike this whole A-Team thing.

You can fetch Greiner’s made-to-order feeders in her Etsy shop.

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One thing I’ve always wanted to be able to do? Skate. Not Evan Lysacek skate — Tony Hawk skate. A painful meeting with an asphalt road 25 years ago, however (the mark from which can still be seen on my knee) brought my budding skateboarding career to a screeching halt. This tolerance, or lack thereof, for pain has preempted many a hobby for me — it’s the same reason I’m not a roller girl. Yet.

I’m older now and totally cool with posing, though, and I’m seriously coveting these feeders made from repurposed skateboard decks, many of them recycled.

These awesome elevated feeders by Skate Dog Studios, a independent company right here in my home state of North Carolina, feature removable, dishwasher-safe stainless steel bowls and varying leg heights to accommodate your dog’s size.

Totally sick.

Fetch one from Skate Dog Studios’ web site, and check back soon for more products to come, like collars and toys.

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We have a little Happy Meal toy from “Alvin & the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel” that, when a button is pushed, says, “Hellooooo, gorgeous!” It drives Dottie crazy, and it entertains us to no end.

This Meshidai dog feeder? Well, helloooooooo, gorgeous!


I saw it at The Premium Pet, also available in — wait for it — PINK.

(And there’s a single-bowl version, too.)

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