The Trail Runner belt keeps your pet on a leash while leaving your hands free. It also has a load-dispersing compartment to keep your essentials without having them bounce around. It comes with a shock-absorbing leash, but there’s also a belt-only variant.
Ruffwear’s Knot-a-Hitch is for dog owners who love to bring their pet outdoors. It uses climbing gear components to set up a rope where you can clip your dog’s leash, allowing it to roam while still tied. It can be set up on one tree or between two trees.
Buoyant and secure, the Ruffwear Float Coat offers superior water safety for your best friend. This canine flotation device helps keep dogs comfortable in the water and has a convenient handle so you can lift them back into the kayak or onto the board with ease. It’s reflective too.
Give your cat a different happy place every day with the Ripple Rug. It consists of a base rug and a detachable top layer peppered with holes. The top layer has Velcro strips that let you reshape it on the base rug. It’s made from recycled plastic bottles and is non-toxic.
In our household, if we don’t feed them at exactly the right time, our mongrels let us know about it immediately. But if your dogs aren’t complainers, you might want this simple wall chart, which reminds you and others in your home if your pups haven’t been fed yet.
Seeing his cats tear up one of his embroidered paintings inspired designer Erik Stehmann to come up with a cat scratcher printed with classic paintings. The first design features the Mona Lisa, with more on the way. At $190, it’s a pricey target for your cat’s claws though.