Ask pet owners, and they'll admit that their dogs are "part of the family." This
isn't news. But in my Godmother’s home, her dog Sebastian, has been elevated
almost to the level of a child or a best friend.
Dog owners, just like most people spend a great deal of time, money, and effort
getting just the right furniture and accessories for their home; they want the best
fashion accessories and pampering personal care products for themselves; and
they indulge in gourmet treats for friends and family. So why shouldn't they
apply the same standards when it comes to purchasing for their four-footed furry
(l to r: Gucci dog bowl, $120.00, Neiman Marcus; Arca Horn dog bowl, $585.00, Elements)
Today, you have dogs that are "lapping up the luxury" in designer dinnerware. Dog
bowls have certainly come a long way from the ubiquitous plastic bowl my family
dog had when I was a kid.
(l to r: Juicy Couture dog bowl, $55.00, Neiman Marcus; woven leather dog bowl,
$520.00, Bottega Veneta)
These are some of my favorite dog dinnerware patterns. If you’re a dog owner you
might want to consider these when stocking merchandise for your pampered pup.
(l to r: dog bowl, $50.00, Jonathan Adler; dog bowl, $19.93, Kate Spade, Michael C. Fina)
(l to r: dog bowl, People Will Always Need Plates; dog bowl, $40.00, Daisy dog studio)
(l to r: medium dog bowl, $18.50, Golden Rabbit; food and water bowl, Gaia and Gino)