My Must-Have Pup Products

Aug 26, 2016


Seeing that it’s National Dog Day, I wanted to share with you some of my favorite pup products that have earned a permanent spot in my dog chest. Yes, I have an entire piece of furniture in my living room dedicated to all dog things. See here:


I got this mid-century media console from the West Elm Outlet in Lancaster, PA (a little piece of heaven on earth) and it’s filled to the brim with dog food, toys, treats, leashes, dog shampoo, and all of Jax and Juno’s medication and medical records. Call me a crazy dog lady, but this helps me stay organized and keeps things out of sight.


So what’s inside the dog chest? These are four products that I recommend to every dog owner, from great dane to chihuahua.

Collapsible Dog Bowl

This product is a must-have in the summer heat. Whenever we head to our favorite dog park just over the bridge in Jersey, I always make sure to bring along this collapsible dog bowl and a bottle of water. Making sure my fluffy pups stay hydrated is essential especially since they have thick coats.

Canine Friendly Harness

This is hands-down the best dog harness I’ve ever used, and I went through a ton in the beginning. It’s uncomplicated to put on, and the harness centers the weight across the chest, making it easier for me to correct Jax or Juno if they’re pulling too hard without doing any harm to them.

Dog Food Can Lid

If you use wet food for your pup, this dog food can is an essential. They have several layers of rings on the underside which guarantees a fit to almost any sized can.

Microfiber Towel

I used to put off bathing Juno because she hated it, which made me hate it. But she despises the hair dryer even more, so this microfiber towel really comes in handy. It’s super absorbent and now her coat dries in half the time since so much moisture is absorbed by the towel!

Do you have any must-have pup products you keep on hand? I’d love to know!  



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Hi, I’m Chaucee, the hands behind the words on this screen. I started this blog as a college freshman in 2008 as a creative outlet while studying for my bachelor’s. Since then it’s grown into a way to document things I love and things I’m learning. Welcome : )

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