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A dog is not an ac­ces­sory. But it re­quires ac­ces­sories. And just as you wouldn’t sell your­self short with shoddy trin­kets and flimsy gew­gaws for your own per­son, so you shouldn’t stint on prod­ucts for your pooch. Which is why when Esquire goes shop­ping for the mutts in our lives, we go to Hindquar­ters, south Lon­don­based mer­chants of, as they put it, “lovely dog things that meet the ex­act­ing needs of both ca­nine and hu­man”. Popcorn, left, is wear­ing a Hindquar­ters col­lar in fetch­ing (ged­dit?) tan­ger­ine. (Also avail­able: red, pur­ple, green, stripes etc.) Hand­made in the UK us­ing 100 per cent cot­ton web­bing and ma­rine-grade steel met­al­work, these are soft but strong, and the slot-and-lock buckle is ad­justable for a per­fect fit. (Also: ma­chine wash­able, for when your best friend rolls in fox shit, you know how they do.) Popcorn might also en­joy a smart and sturdy Hindquar­ters pewter dog bowl (from £100), spun in Sh­effield in the old fash­ioned way, and crafted in a clas­sic volcano shape. They also do ou­tra­geously lux­u­ri­ous dog beds, in cor­duroy, no less, which is about as early 2018 as you, or your best friend, could pos­si­bly get.


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