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Cold comfort Fur is a dandy insulator, but this has been a particularly nasty winter. Deck your dog out in hand-knitted organic wool sweaters in an alluring variety of sizes and patterns. Chilly Dog sweater small dogs $28, large dogs $42.50; fureverpets.com

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Recovering nicely The animal community is in complete agreement on this one: those ugly plastic cones may prevent your furry friend from opening old wounds, but they look terrible. Your pet will heal more quickly knowing he looks good in one of several vibrant designer ruffle guards made in nearby Cornelius.
Pet Ruffle Guard $15; geocities.com/petruffleguard

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Lift off Our readers insist you can’t go wrong with pet toys from the Kong Company; this indestructible rubber disc will have your Airedale airborne for hours. Kong Saucer $12.99; petsmart.com

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High and dryTrue, it’s designed for smaller dogs that dread a drenching, but Kitty really hates getting wet. So your friends are covered when it’s raining cats and dogs.
Raincoat by New York Dog $50; lexidog.com

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Collar me impressed Want your dog to stand out on his evening walk around the block? Dress up his neck with some bow-wow bling. Dog star If there were a Project Runway for pooches, this smart, quilted coat would win any challenge.
Diamonds & Fur collar $10; Zack & Zoey hooded jacket $20; both available at lexidog.com

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Sleep tight
There’s plenty of room for restless sleepers in a spacious and orthopedic bed filled with recycled InteliLoft polyfill pillow stuffing, which provides a cloud of comfort. It also comes in eighty-one different color combinations for vibrant dreams about chasing rabbits.
Bumper Bed by West Paw Design $63.99–155.99; urbanleashandtreat.com

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Slumber party No more “ruffing” it: here’s a deluxe and portable doggie bed that’s ready to travel in style.
Plush dog bed with Swarovski crystal by Louisdog $145 petite, $150 large; lexidog.com

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Kitty castle Sometimes your cat needs a kingdom to call his own. This split-level luxury tower, made from recycled tires and driftwood, is the ultimate feline flop.
Skyriver Keep by Royal Meow $415.99; fureverpets.com

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Indoor plumbing Eliminate odors, stains, and accidents by introducing your animal to the pet loo. It’s a turf-topped container that’s easy to empty and clean, and worth every penny for the peace of mind it brings to apartment dwellers with indoor critters.
The Pet Loo $199; thepetloo.com

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Super bowl Inscribed with a variety of dog-isms, including the definitive pet declaration, “Give Me Some,” you’ll never again forget to fill your pal’s designer dish with chow. Drink up For hikers who want to keep their four-legged companions hydrated, an easily packed, waterproof polyester drinking bowl holds twenty-four fluid ounces and is an essential in the great outdoors. Ceramic food dish by April Biracree of Claws & Paws Pottery $20; meatforcatsanddogs.com Ruff Wear Trail Runner drinking bowl $15; healthypetsnw.com

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Pack it up Snacks, toys, water bottle … this sturdy lunch box for dogs holds everything for a picnic in the park or a late-night rendezvous with the fetching poodle next door.
Castor & Pollux Good Buddy Doggy Day Pack $18.99; castorpolluxpet.com

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Hands for hounds Let’s see you play dead in convincing fashion. Now beg for a treat. Deal in the dogs with an interactive card game that gets pet and owner performing tricks together.
Muttheads by Darf Inc $14.99; darfinc.com

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All strapped in This durable harness puts to rest any worries about choking or neck injury. And when your buddy needs a lift, just grab hold of the handy handle. Stay with me This sturdy and flexible leash made by a Hood River company will keep your collie stylish—and within reach. Ruff Wear Web Master Harness $50; healthypetsnw.com Shockles PetKeeper Leash $24.95; shockles.com

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Chew betcha! Combine snacking and recreation with a string of dried sweet potatoes. Play tug-of-war or just let your hound gnaw in peace all afternoon.

Snook’s Sweet Potato Dog Chew $7–20; snookdog.com

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Good stuff Fluffy is guaranteed to go bonkers for colorful, handmade toys stuffed with the finest quality catnip—homegrown in Marcola near Eugene.
Deluxe Hot Cats four-link string $8.95; catsmeowportland.com

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