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12 Dog Parents Share Their Favorite Places To Shop For Themselves And Their Dogs

12 Dog Parents Share Their Favorite Places To Shop For Themselves And Their Dogs

As your dog’s human, it’s your job to keep your pup happy with the best gear and tastiest noms, but it can be tough to find cool retailers that cater to you and your pooch if you don’t know where to look. Thankfully, there’s an amazing momentum behind a fashion movement of indie brands and designers who are as crazy about dogs as we are — and who are paving the way with quality duds for both hounds and humans.

Here are 12 online shops dog parents pawsonally recommend where you can get high-quality items from the comfort of you and your pup’s favorite spot on the couch:

1. Beast and Babe

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“Beast and Babe handcraft one-of-a-kind leashes and collars out of vintage textiles. How dreamy is that?! What I love most about them is that they are partnered up with a nonprofit called Peace Animals who work to spay and neuter homeless dogs and cats in Mexico. With every item purchased, they provide treatment and vaccinations for fleas, ticks, worms and mange to an animal in need.” — Ally Nesmith

2. Plum & Ashby

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“Plum & Ashby is a lovely UK-based brand with a delightful little Terrier named Bertie as their muse. Their collections of home decor and bath and body products all have a classic heritage feel that would make stunning additions to any modern dog lover’s home.” — Tazz Uppin

3. Harry Barker

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“Dapper dogs get their stuff from Harry Barker. Their collections are beautifully designed in timeless color combinations. They even have a travel collection for pup parents on-the-go who love to bring their furry companions everywhere with them.” — Melissa Seligmann

4. HOUND

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“HOUND carries some of the trendiest dogwear I’ve ever seen. They use unique and beautiful materials you’d never think you’d find in dog accessories, such as luxe leather, denim, sweatpant knit and even cork! They also recently added gorgeous leather wrap bracelets for humans who want to match with their pups!” — Regina Lizik

5. BarkShop

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“BarkShop is my favorite spot when it comes to finding the quirkiest home decor for me, and unique dog toys like The Dognald for my dog Pimm.” — Stacie Grissom.

6. Bean Goods

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“If you happen to be a crazy wiener dog lady, Bean Goods will help you take your Doxie obsession to a whole other level. They strictly design “the raddest Dachshund themed goods in the world.” Their brand’s mascot and muse, Bean, suffered a serious back injury several years ago and his strength and recovery inspired the birth of Bean Goods. They collaborates with rescues to help Dachshunds in need.” — Lisa Bernier.

7. Fishs Eddy

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“My favorite of the Fishs Eddy collections is their dog inspired kitchenware, especially their adorable Dachshund creamer, Bulldog Mug, and ‘Dog Walker’ series.” — Zoe Costello

8. Red Bubble

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“I’m a t-shirt kind of crazy dog person, and RedBubble is great for finding dog-themed t-shirts made by independent artists and designers. I use the search bar to narrow down results by breed, usually Chihuahua.” — Brandon Rhoads

9. Dog Limited

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“Dog Limited is the spot to shop for cool dog dads. They carry the sweetest “dad” hats and snapbacks embroidered with your favorite dog breed, and hilarious graphic tees that any dog loving dude (or gal, tbh) would rock with pride.” — Nicole Zalat

10. The Tree Kisser

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“All of Tree Kisser’s designs generate donations that help make a safer world for the non-human animals we share it with. Not only are their designs super cute, they are directly improving the life’s of the pups we love and care about so much, which is great to see as an animal lover.” — Katie Kirnan

11. Pop Your Pup

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“Pop Your Pup is a must for humans obsessed with their dogs. They create custom, stylish graphic tees of pop art pups. You just send in your favorite picture of your dog and, within a week, you’ll have a custom t-shirt with a masterpiece of your pup printed on it!” — Matt Hagel

12. DOG & CO

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“Brooklyn based DOG & CO is a one-stop pup shop continuously adding unique indie dog designers to their curated collection of brands. They currently have a 3-month Pop-Up shop open in NYC! If you’re in the city, make sure to go check them out at Turnstyle at Columbus Circle!” — Jonathan Graziano

Featured image of the Dachshund Creamer ($15) and Bulldog Mug ($17) via BarkShop

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