Whether you’re a professional groomer or at home stylist, proper tools are a must (while hip in some circles, bowl cuts typically don’t make the grade in the dog world). Ensure a precision cut with a lightweight, medium-duty clipper. This cordless model from Andis has a lithium battery (the blades won’t lose cutting speed) and come in an array of cheerful colours.
Fostering two small pups who have just undergone surgery has given us a new appreciation for a modern, comfortable recovery collar. A wonderful alternative to the stock-standard Elizabethan Cone, the BooBooLoon’s rounded, inflatable design prevents catching on cracks, bumps and ground cover and isn’t a hindrance at mealtime, making convalescence a breeze.
A day at the beach is as good as it gets for dogs and their people, but your car upholstery can certainly suffer. Protect your seats from a dirty dog with one of these retro quilted blankets. Or, better still, give her a rinse, towel her off and keep your blanket fresh for picnics and less sandy endeavours.
If the idea of sticking a toothbrush into your dog’s mouth is unappealing at best (no offence Fluffy), consider a tasty alternative (queue dogs: “Yes! Consider the tasty alternative!”). These all natural elk antler chews for small to medium sized dogs keeps teeth clean while providing a stimulating (and longer lasting) chew.
Wet socks suck. Anyone who’s walked even close to their dog’s water dish knows what I’m talking about. So when we heard about this genius bowl that will put an end to the wet foot problem? Let us at it! This clever little dish (BPA free) keeps things nice and tidy and also doubles as travel bowl. We can all drink to that.