LazyPaw Animal Hospitals is on an imaginary shopping spree for our favorite cats and canines, and though these high-tech, high-fashion, and high-octane toys may be out of a reasonable price range, they are still fun (and funny) to marvel at.
Umbrellas designed just for small pets.
Frisco vet patients may not see quite enough rain to justify the purchase of their very own umbrella, but if your small pooch is truly pampered, “The Dogbrella” is an inverted umbrella on a stable pole that forms a moisture barrier between your low-riding dog and wet weather. The clear umbrella canopy gives walkers full view of the pet, and the inside tip of the umbrella hooks to the pet’s leash for safety. No more excuses—time to get walking, rain or shine!
Goggles for dogs?
If your pooch is a true sun worshiper, you might consider a pair of Doggles®. The protective eyewear designed for dogs includes UV coating, shatterproof lenses, anti-fog treatment, foam padding for comfort, and an adjustable fit for dogs weighing three to 250 pounds. The makers insist the goggles aren’t only for looks, but were made to protect eyes from sun, wind, sand, and other outdoor elements. Don your Doggles, and adventure away!
I’d like a happy meal to go… For my pet.
Road warriors know the importance of staying well fueled and hydrated along the way, which is why BarkEm’s started making complete doggie meals to go. The company may have sunk on television’s Shark Tank, but that hasn’t stopped the creator from imagining a better happy meal for dog everywhere. Pets who hit the road with their owners may love the convenient sealed compartments that contain premium dog food, filtered water, one dessert treat, and a biodegradable waste bag all contained in a single recyclable bowl. From camping to vacation, long days out to extended travel, these quick and easy pods may make mealtimes simple for pups on the go.
For curious cats who wanders into every kind of danger.
For the truly prepared adventure pet, this idea goes way beyond the basic disaster preparedness and first aid kit. At $386, the Pet Evacuation Jacket is here to keep your pet covered no matter what worst-case scenario comes along. The suit may look like it belongs in space, but it’s designed to protect pets from most disasters on earth. From flame retardant fabric to a carrying handle and survive-anything leash, the suit includes pockets with water packs, nutrition bars, first-aid gloves, bandages, a signaling whistle, and miniature radio. Did we mention the aromatic oil pack included especially to calm panic?