In case you haven’t already noticed, Paige and I have a lot in common. We both love pink and sequins, ride pastel coloured bikes and dream of fairytale endings. One similarity you might now know about though is our adorable matching pups! Though we each got our dogs completely independent of one another, both Nico and Honey are the cutest shade of golden cinnamon, and we love taking them along on our adventures whenever possible.
One of the most fun parts about having a dog (other than all of the love and cuddles of course!) is shopping for cute pup-stuff, and over the past little while Paige and I have been talking about sharing some of our favourite finds here on our blogs. From leashes and collars to adorable treats, we’ve compiled quite the list, and of course we couldn’t share it without some mega-cute dog modelling photos too!
HOUND Collection // Handcrafted right here in Toronto, it doesn’t get much more classy than HOUND. With real gold plated hardware, these collar/leash combos are super stylish, and their silky bandanas in modern prints are crazy cute too!
Timmie Doggie Outfitters // A great shop for grooming, winter apparel, and adorable seasonal dog cookies, Timmie has super friendly staff and after you go once your dog is sure to pull you in again and again.
BarkBox // A monthly subscription box just for your pup! It’s pretty much the most fun way to try out new toys and products, and it will give your dog a whole new reason to chase the mailman!
Found My Animal // A dog accessory company with a cause, Found is all about the “adopt don’t shop” movement, and they frequently donate to rescue organizations and shelters and post about dogs in need of homes on social media.
Stick and Brindle // Locally hand-crafted dog treats? Yes please! Stick and Brindle whips up the cutest creations, like dog macarons and fortune cookies, and you can even order custom colour combinations!
Baublebar Pets // As if making the sparkliest statement jewelry on the market wasn’t enough, Baublebar now sells jewel-covered pet collars too!
Photos by Jason Matos