Photo gallery: Five must-have items for pets at home
PUBLISHED: 16:26 24 February 2015 | UPDATED: 16:30 24 February 2015
We asked the experts at Sniffles Dog Grooming Spa in Hampstead and found five of their stylish wares perfect for household dogs and cats.
Top five items for pets at home
The Beco Ball is suitable for all breeds of dog and has been carefully designed to be the most healthy, safe and ethical toy for your pet. Made from strong natural rubber and rice husk fibres, it is non-toxic and comes with a vanilla scent. Price: £4.99
Dog may be mans best friend, but who is theirs? Hunters Patchwork Perry could be a strong candidate if they can keep their teeth off him. This charming toy is made out of polyester and is machine washable at 30 degrees. Price: £16.80
Day in, day out, dogs and cats look forward to whatever tasty food fills their food bowls. Hunter offer a variety of designs, shapes and sizes, made from materials including stainless steel, melamine, plastic and silicon. All bowls are dishwasher friendly with impressive strength, scratch resistance and durability. Price: £13.99
Mutts and Hounds new donut beds are super comfy for your dog to cuddle up in and look great in your home too. Made using Emily Bonds original Red Dachshund linen, the whole bed is machine washable at 30 degrees. Price: £113
Style is in abundance with Mutts and Hounds range of neckerchiefs. Using rustic Union Jack printed linen, theyve once again teamed up with British textile designer Emily Bond for these chic and patriotic patterns. They are Velcro fastened for secure and easy size adjustments. Price: £17
While your white carpets are sure to suffer with any muddy pooch, there’s no reason why you have to sacrifice interior fashion.
From donut beds to steely food bowls, here are five items sure to brighten up any home.
Want more advice on how to keep your carpets and sofas fur free? Check out our full range of tips on how to make your home pet-friendly.
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