Yummy treats and clever finds to keep your dog hydrated and nourished on your outdoor adventures.
Are you ready for the dog days of summer? Stay hydrated, healthy and nourished at the park and on the trail with these yummy treats and clever finds for your pooch.
OllyDog OllyBottle ($13–$16 at ollydog.com). You and your dog share everything. Share your water, too, with this innovative water bottle that has a lid for you and a detachable bowl for your dog. Made from BPA-free plastic, it’s safe for both of you (and your dishwasher).
The Original Petchup Condiments for Dogs & Cats ($8 a bottle at Pioneer Pet Supply, Pioneer Square, and petchup.us). Petchup, Muttstard, Bark-B-Q and Mutt-N-Aise are dog versions of your favorite condiments that look picnic-ready and contain a nutritional blend of vitamins, omega acids and glucosamine with a hearty beef flavor. Meowstard is available for cats.
Cool Pup Popsicle Cooling Dog Toy ($6 at PetSmart). This is one popsicle that won’t leave a sticky mess behind. Melon-scented and made of rubber, the fun toy has six tiny holes. Fill it with water and freeze it; your dog can chew on it and drink from it as the water defrosts, looking adorable all the while.
Primal Pet Foods Turkey Bone Broth ($10 at Mud Bay). Bone broth is all the rage among humans, and pets can enjoy its benefits, too. This supplement also includes organic vegetables and has an easy-pour spout. Warm and serve, or freeze it into cubes for your pet to lick and gnaw on as the temperature rises.
Tuckers Carnibar ($3.29 at All the Best Pet Care). The next time you go camping or hiking, pack protein bars for you, and Carnibars for your dog. A complete, balanced meal of beef, chicken, pork, lamb or bison mixed with pumpkin is dehydrated into a compact, flat bar that’s ready to eat and easy to tote.