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Another collapsible dog bowl, inspired by origami

Photo by Diane Gilleland

I’m always on the lookout for collapsible travel bowls, because they’re easy to pack and carry — but they have to be small, because Chloe’s a small dog. Too often, the collapsible bowls you find are jumbo-sized. I recently came across instructions on CraftStylish for a collapsible pet bowl made of oilcloth. I’m looking forward to giving this one a try, and I’m looking forward to the results — the design is clever, and you can  … Read more

Chloe’s Clicks: Dog travel links we liked this week

What a fun bunch of links this week! First up: Two blogs I hadn’t seen before — Raoul’s Travels, featuring Raoul the pug (currently in Paris) and The Vagabond Adventures, featuring Lucie, Lachlan and Bow Wow (currently traveling across Africa for the charity Back to Africa).

Hiking is clearly on people’s minds, because three separate sites posted useful articles this week about hiking with your dog. Check out this interactive map of dog-friendly trails in North America, posted by Ruff Wear’s  … Read more

Pet2O water bottle adapter: A possible Gulpy alternative

Graphic by Pet2O

It has become strangely difficult to find the Gulpy dog water bottles I’ve praised in a number of past posts, so when I saw the Pet2O clip-on dog waterer, I snapped it up. What a clever idea, I thought — just sell the flip-down part of a dog water bottle, and structure it so that it attaches to any disposable water bottle with a squeeze top.

It is a clever idea, but I can’t love the product. When  … Read more

Sarasota, FL off-leash dog park

Chloe and I went to Sarasota in mid- March for the opera season, and were happy to find the 17th Street Paw Park. It’s huge, with a very large small ‘n’ shy area. There are a couple of picnic tables and a lot of convenient plastic chairs (nearly all of which have been drawn by the locals into the sun, though there are several welcome patches of shade). There are trash cans and poop bags, and there are restrooms for  … Read more