In this edition of our Freshly Dug Up series, we're sharing five outright adorable dog products. Two products are especially meant for doggies to enjoy and the other three are for dog lovers...
The Multipet Slinger Dog Toy Launcher is like the Chuckit for plush dog toys. Their slogan for this toy line is "Fun without the slobber" and this plush flying pig features a slit through its center to do just that -- to pick up the toy hands-free with the handle. (Multipet Slinger Dog Toy Launcher - Flying Pig)
Feeding times are little chaotic in our home! There's usually a lot of bowl-switching, bowl-stealing and bowl-pushing. So, we introduced this silicone dog duo feeder with the hopes that it might help to solve a few of those issues (and so far it has!) The setup as a whole is larger than an individual bowl and therefore more difficult to scoot around. It's also made more difficult to push when more than one doggie is attached to the station because, usually, the non-pushing dog doesn't like to see their food moving away. The feeder has also helped with bowl-stealing. In the past, to combat bowl-stealing, we separated the boys for their meals. But the separation ended up working against us because it was too distracting for Pierogi and Gilly -- they didn't like being out of each other's sight. This feeder keeps them side by side and has unexplainably reduced the amount of bowl-stealing occurrences. #dogs (URPOWER Stainless Steel Dog Bowls with Silicone Mat -- would also great for bowl-flippers!)
Not much to say here! You know how much I love washi tape :) (Available at Target stores)
I'm not sure what this says about my personality, but one of the very first apps that I ever downloaded was a tangram game. I used to play for hours. This pocket-sized game caught my attention for its clever name and tangram-like objective. Basically, the set includes a deck of game cards and collection of varying size dog pieces. The objective is to position select dogs according to the layouts on the cards. More difficult cards require you to pile dogs vertically. I've only gotten through a few cards so far, but it's a fun thing to work on while waiting for dinner or while watching a show. (Brainwright Dog Pile: The Pup Packing Puzzle)
Lastly, I recently scored this set of whimsical bowls on major sale. I'm always a sucker for white porcelain, but the dog details on these bowls sealed the deal. They can be used as dog bowls (and are dishwasher safe), but I think they would be equally cute for displaying ordinary items like treats, bow ties or waste bag rolls. (Dylan Kendall Dog Bowls on Paws available here or here)
Hope you're having a fantastic week!
Woof! (Hey, there!) Pierogi, Gilly and Sarah here. Thanks for stopping by our dog blog. We're a little dog-obsessed around here and Pierogi & Co. is all about inspiring you to enjoy the dog days. Because life's more fun with your best (furry) friend by your side. So grab a bone and follow along as we stop to sniff the flowers...