Would you eat your food off the floor? We’re not animals … and neither are our pets, really. They are part of the family. The Pomeroy pet bowl not only lifts Princess’ food off the floor and away from bugs, it makes digestion easier and cleaning spills less of a mess. Designed in Houston in stainless steel and wrought iron. $24.50
At Gifted, 4001 Cedar Springs Road.
Warhol, meet Woofhol
Let’s face it: Cute animals are sooooo much cuter than even the cutest human babies, so why not preserve their adorableness in a customized canvas print from local artist Judy Babinki. She can turn your photo of Fido into an objet d’bark in two shakes of a tail. It’s the kind of gift sure to get tongues wagging on Christmas morn. Prices vary.
At Dee’s Doggie Den, 6444 East Mockingbird Lane. 214-823-1441. DeesDoggieDen.com.
Humans should be so lucky
Who says “a dog’s life” means something hard? Certainly that’s not the case for the four-legged fellas in our lives, as this faux fur blanket for Joey more than proves. Warm, soft and cozy, it makes having dog breath a little more bearable. Available in white, brown and leopard print. $40.
At Petropolitan, 408 S. Harwood St. ThePetropolitanDallas.com.
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition November 21, 2014