Mod­ern Dog staffers’ picks of the lit­ter

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1 I love this dog bowl from 40 Winks De­signs. The adorable de­sign looks great in my kitchen and the re­mov­able dining bowl is eco-friendly, re­cy­clable, and dish­washer safe. It’s the per­fect ad­di­tion to any stylish dog-lover's home!— Kara ($65, 40winks­de­ 2 Dog and Crow has some of the chicest dog stuff. My favourite by far is Honey’s Clas­sic Bed. I can’t stop gush­ing about how soft it is and how el­e­gant it looks! Hand­crafted in Van­cou­ver, BC, and made of nat­u­ral hemp can­vas, Mar­shall the Lab fi­nally has a comfy bed fit for his stylish self!— Ce­line ($130, do­gand­ 3 Tired of con­stantly buy­ing quickly de­stroyed squeaky toys? Try out the adorable Freddy the Fox squeaker toy from For the Love of Fido! It’s made from heav­ier fab­rics and has a durable liner to keep it in one piece longer, de­spite its ir­re­sistible squeaker and crinkly tail.— An­gela ($14, 4th­elove­of­ 4 Is your brother’s dog driv­ing him crazy with ram­bunc­tious be­hav­iour? Give the gift of life­time train­ing sup­port with the AKC "Good-Dog!" Helpline, a live hot­line that pro­vides as­sis­tance from dog train­ers. A one-time fee pro­vides an avail­able trainer 7 days a week with no re­stric­tions for the life of their dog.— Cecilia ($80, shop.woofi­ 5 You have to get your paws on Whis­tle! Whis­tle is the lat­est ac­tiv­ity mon­i­tor tracker that you can at­tach to any col­lar. Not only can it track your dog's ac­tiv­ity level and send up­dates to your phone but you can also set cus­tom ac­tiv­ity goals, track med­i­ca­tion, and mon­i­tor health trends! It's a cool win­dow into your dog's day!­— Vanessa ($99, whis­ 6 Pound Pup­pies, the hit toy of the 80s, are back! The kids in your life are go­ing to love th­ese— they can reg­is­ter their pups on­line and get their very own adop­tion cer­tifi­cates. Comes with a heart-shaped dog tag they can write the pup's name on!— Con­nie ($18, pound­pup­ 7 Just be­cause you have pets doesn’t mean you can’t have lovely pot­ted plants in your home. Keep your dogs and cats out of your planters with Plant Pat­terns Cov­ers. The elas­tic-edged fab­ric cover keeps Rover from dig­ging around in the dirt, mak­ing a mess or worse! Lots of awe­some pat­terns avail­able.— Lau­ren (From $10, plant­pat­tern­cov­ 8 With my long Dachshund back prone to in­jury, Back on Track's ther­a­peu­tic dog blan­ket is my new best friend! It keeps mus­cles loose and sup­ple, pre­vents in­jury, and speeds in­jury re­cov­ery by re­duc­ing in­flam­ma­tion and eas­ing aches and pains in both ca­nine ath­letes and couch mates alike.— Minia­ture Dachshund Esther (From $79, back­on­track­prod­ 9 Rose, my lit­tle Long­haired Dachshund, suf­fers from Cush­ing’s Dis­ease and the at­ten­dant skin prob­lems, so I was thrilled to find Splash Plus pet sham­poo, de­vel­oped by vet­eri­nar­ian der­ma­tol­o­gists es­pe­cially for dogs with itchy, painful, red, in­fected, sen­si­tive skin. It’s a god­send!— Jen­nifer ($33, vet­ 10 What to get the dog lover that has ev­ery­thing? One of th­ese su­per-cool car grille or­na­ments! Sim­ply choose your de­sired breed and bolt to the front grille—no drilling re­quired.— Wire­haired Dachshund Penny ($50, any­thing­ 11 Think pink! I'll be ush­er­ing in the spring sea­son with this lovely leather and brass col­lar fin­ished with hand­made beads. Be­cause a good dog de­serves a great col­lar. Sizes avail­able for dogs of all sizes!­— Minia­ture Dachshund Rose ($60, just­fur­funon­ 12 This dress strikes the per­fect bal­ance be­tween fash­ion and dogs! I love get­ting dressed up in too-cute things like this Scot­tie-dog-print dress from Mod­Cloth. Let me tell you, it’s a hit ev­ery time I wear it to the of­fice!— Taryn ($85, mod­ 13 Col­lars just don’t get nicer than this. A hand­crafted leather Paco Col­lar is a thing of beauty. My pick is the Tovin for the time­less ap­peal of this ex­clu­sive de­sign but lovely op­tions abound.— Natalie (From $60, pa­co­col­

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