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Kangaroom Pet Pouch, Pawduke All Natural Treats, and To Go Bowl XL

To mark the end of summer’s dog days, we’re sharing a few of the products that have kept us company all season long.

Kangaroom Pet Pouch
If you’re like us, you’re constantly struggling to keep all your dog gear in one place. So we bet you’ll be as thrilled as we were with the Kangaroom Pet Pouch, which organizes all the dogs’ must-haves—from treats to brushes—in a single, tidy, carry-along unit. Lightweight, durable and washable, with a handy bag dispenser, the Pet Pouch helps you take control of your space. 

MSRP $19.99

To Go Bowl XL
Ever notice how thirsty dogs get in the car? This handy bowl will help your pooches stay hydrated, and fits neatly into most vehicle cup holders. Made of FDA-approved polypropylene and available in eight colors.
$19.99

Healthy Motion Powder

Our 16-year-old dog is more active during the summer months, so to keep his joints loose and increase his mobility, we add supplements to his food. One of our favorites is Healthy Motion, which is chock full of glucosamine, antioxidants, omega oils and traditional herbs. It allows our old guy to keep up with the pups! Available in both powder and tablet form.

$17.99–$32.99


Pawduke All Natural Treats
We’re always on the lookout for quality treats, and were pleased to discover the great healthy treats made by Pawduke—wheat-free, corn-free and soy-free with no salt, sugar, preservatives or by-products. The peanut butter–flavor bits are a big hit during our puppy training sessions, and the pumpkin-flavor treats are perfect for our hound’s sensitive stomach.
$7

Petprojekt Dogmat
Sometimes the simplest solutions are best. Take the Dogmat, for example—mix smart design and attractive colors, and you’ve got the total package. These mats not only help prevent food and water spills, they also keep dog bowls from sliding across the floor like hockey pucks. Durable, dishwasher safe and chemical-free—the Dogmat solves a common problem with style.
$24


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