Colorful feline-themed puzzles to piece through this holiday season.
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In The Year of the Puppy: How Dogs Become Themselves, the dog cognition expert and New York Times best-selling author maps her puppy’s early development with empathy and insight.
Our favorite cat parents — and admirers — deserve to look the part (which is actually very chic).
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The dog-obsessed person in your life will love these gifts more than a pup loves a Kong full of frozen peanut butter.
The author’s new book explores different cultural rituals for memorializing a pet — from tattoos to taxidermy.
As Portlandia taught us, everything’s better with a bird on it. Or a cat. Or a dog.
Lili Reinhardt and Charlotte Lawrence’s pups are fans of these handmade, personalized pearl necklaces.
Finally, a spray that doesn’t smell worse than your pet.
Each month, Lucy and Kaya donates a portion of proceeds to a different dog rescue. For October, it’s Stand Up for Pits.
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Slashop has created fur-resistant bedding for cleaner sheets and sounder nights.
Don’t we all.
Is it a sweater sale or the wardrobe for a Nora Ephron movie?
Gives a whole new meaning to “where you lead, I will follow.”
The collab is a tribute to NYC pup parents, who find the bright spots along the sidewalks of unattended dog poop and discarded chicken bones.
Monogrammed tote bags and personalized necklaces — Blair Waldorf who?