Home and Living dog, Penny, loves her new lofty and soft Pottery Barn dog bed so much, well—you can see for yourself where her favorite spot is. The poly dog bed insert (sold separately) is high and so supple that she says it eases her tired bones.It would be great for an older dog or a dog that has arthritis. Retails for $39-59.
We like the fact that the PB Essential Cozy Dog Bed cover is monogrammed, zippered and washable! And if you tire of the color or just want a spring change, there are other covers available (the Joshua striped one is very nice, see photo).
These beds are available in small, medium and large to accommodate all size pups and paws. One other really nice feature is that it springs back to shape when the dog gets out. Oh, and Penny said to tell you that it is light and airy so it can be carried to the back bedroom for night-time. Retails for $39-59.
" ...she says it eases her tired bones."
Pottery Barn also has some other new dog products that humans will take a liking to: like their beautiful Dog Toy Basket. It is made of handwoven rattan in the shape of a bone, how cool is that? You can corral plenty of toys, kong balls, chewies, leashes and more in this charming wicker chest. There is a small and large size, so check them out. Retail: $69-99.
Finally, we very much like the new jar we received—the Rhodes Pet Food Canister—it holds dry dog food and looks great (how often can you say that?) We’ve always hidden the dog food bags because, well, they’re ungainly and ugly—hence, you’ll find them in the garage. Now we can just load up this cool jar, and keep it on display next to her dish! And the cute bone-shaped handle (and plain, 'write-on' nameplate in front) tells everyone exactly who has domain over this corner of the kitchen. Made of stoneware with a glazed finish for $149.
Visit the slideshow for PB product photos and, of course, Ms. Penny with her new haircut (she's very shaggy normally).