Dogs are people, too.
Gourmands need not have opposable thumbs. Dood delivers dog food using USDA-certified meats, whole grains, and fresh veggies ($2-$12 per day). Allergy-prone members of Lambchop’s Secret Snack Society ($13-$24) will drool over monthly shipments of treats without gluten, eggs, dairy, fish, nuts, additives, or preservatives.
Creatures of Comfort has teamed up with All Quarters to produce a line of cozy coats for your four-legged pal. The hand-sewn cotton canvas jackets are waterproof, lined in plaid, and fasten with Velcro ($68-$78). More discerning doggies should trot over to The Urban Canis in Soho for fine Italian, hand-knit sweaters ($45-$70).
Rather than broadcast that you pick up another living thing’s excrement, temporarily hide your blue bag in a BK Atelier Poopy Bag Carrier ($28). People-tested, organic dog shampoo bars ($8) by Skinny Skinny repel insects (citronella), help with dandruff (rosemary), soothe irritations (ylang-ylang), and won’t dry out sensitive skin (aloe).
Guilt is the only thing you have to leave at home on an evening out. Fetch Club offers a members-only nightspot for pups (along with a hotel, indulgent spa, and fitness center during the day).
Photo: Courtesy of Dood