No two of these plush dog beds are the same. Each is made with Oaxacan blankets that are stitched together and stuffed with a recycled material composed from plastic bottles. This may just be your most do-gooder pet purchase yet: part of every sale is donated to Colorado’s Underdogs Rescue and the company also supports the Mile High Workshop—a job training and placement non-profit in Denver.
Raised feeders can help improve your buddy’s digestion, and they put less strain on the neck. Howl & Home’s pine plywood stand is made-to-order in Vancouver, so you can request the best height for your canine. The glossy earthenware bowl is also included and easy to wipe clean.
Throw this blankie down in your doggos’ favorite spot and watch them cuddle up into cozied bliss. Oakland, California-based Molly Mutt designed this generously-sized blanket with a fleece liner that’s perfect for providing extra warmth in the winter or padding for a dog crate. It can also work to protect your furniture, which means this might just be the best $60 you spend on your hound.
One animal’s lounge is their owner’s chic accessory with these Cloud 7 totes stocked by L.A. stylish pet boutique, For the Furry. The carrier has sturdy leather handles; a cozy, wooly interior that can be removed for cleaning; and organizers for treats and leashes.
Texas-based Person + Dog drew inspiration from saddle blankets to design their stylish pads that are handwoven with odor-resistant wool. They’re reversible, with teddy faux fur on the other side, and come in four sizes to fit most crates. When not in use by your pooch, the Saguaro also makes for a handsome area rug or throw.
This Orvis gate has a plethora of configurations and foolproof installation. Support “feet” keep it safely in place without requiring commitment (a.k.a. holes in the wall). The gate stretches up to 70 inches wide to cover large doorways. It can be folded to create a makeshift corral against a wall, zigzagged to define awkward spaces, or folded up small for easy storage. And, it’s much cuter than your typical railing.
Skip the clunky, utilitarian-only ramps in favor of these Nevada-designed, foam steps that can be customized depending on your little ones’ needs. The blocks are light enough to easily move from room-to-room, and the upholstery-grade suede fabric is stain-resistant too.