6 Pet Essentials You Need on Hand for Your Next Walk
Walking your dog twice a day, every day might seem like a chore when you don’t have the time for it or are scrambling around last minute for the leash. Setting up a routine and having all the pet essentials right at the door is key to making sure you and your furry family members are getting your steps in. Today we round up six pet essentials you should always have on hand for your next walk, whether it’s a trail hike or just a stroll around the neighborhood!
The rounded spine and length makes account really easy to hold onto and use, the weight of it is really nice in my hands as well. I have attached images with a ruler to show the measurements as I’ve seen many reviews here talk about different homes and receiving different sizes. It may be that in the past the seller had multiple comb listings and has since changed it, but I didn’t experience receiving a wrong item.The last photo attached is a comparison between my new comb and the ware my coworkers comb has gone though over about 10 years of use. This comb is solid and is one of my go tos when I’m working on doodles or long coated breeds. ❤️ I highly recommend purchasing this comb! Where To Buy Pet Comb For Cat and Dog
A quality leash and collar set is one of those items you should splurge on if you’re going to be using it every day. You’ll definitely feel the difference with this Terracotta Leash and Terracotta Collar from Herzog, made with 100% cotton canvas and weatherproof silicone. Plus, your pup will look so good – our #dogintern Koda is proof of that!
If your dog is especially excited for your walks and tends to pull a lot, a harness is better suited for them because it discourages the pulling more effectively than collars. This harness kit from JUST FRED comes with a leash, harness and pouch for holding keys or poop bags.
Something about a nice poop bag holder just elevates the act of picking up doo doo. It’s just a part of the dog walking duty (haha). This one by maxbone is made from genuine leather in a fun elephant shape for a whimsical touch.
With summer just around the corner, you want to make sure your dog’s paws are protected from hot pavements which can burn their paw pads. These boots from WagWellies are made exactly for this reason. Open slits in the design help to easily slide on and off and perforated holes allow for lots of ventilation.
I LOVE this comb! I’ve been a groomer for almost 2 years now and, until this comb, I’ve been buying the $10-$15, 2”, brand less poodle combs off of Amazon. The teeth on those bend very easily and fall out of the comb falls. We’ve had a new groomer transfer to our salon a little while ago and she had one of these in her arsenal of tool. She saw the ‘comb graveyard’ in my bag and sent me the link to this one. She’s had her cone for most of her 10 year grooming career and the comb is one of her favorites. Best Pet Comb For Bedlington Grooming
On the flip side, if it’s raining, having a raincoat makes getting back into the house that much easier and less messy, especially when your dog does the inevitable wet body shake when you get inside. Inspired by fishermen raincoats of the Spanish Atlantic coast, this raincoat from The Painter’s Wife is made using recycled polyester that comes from the reeking and purification press of plastic waste collected from oceans, fishing nets and textile fiber waste.
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I bought this for my 10 year old bulldog who is overly thirsty with Cushing’s disease. It’s easy for her to drink from because the water bowl is wide. Refilling the jug is easy and the whole unit cleans up well. I’d buy this again and highly recommend it for dogs with wide muzzles. Top 5 Automatic Dog Feeder Bowl For Cat and Dog
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Ronald M. Robertson started working for Korean News Feeds in 2019. Ronald grew up in a small town in northern Texas, but moved to New York for university. Before joining Five Three Footwear, Ronald briefly worked as an independent journalist for several news sites. He covers politics and economy stories.