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High-End Finds to Treat Your Dog

Whether he's a debonair dachshund or designer doodle, man's best friend deserves the high-life too.
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Designer doggy digs


When all dogs go to heaven, we imagine it will look something like Barking Hound Village’s newest Dallas location. “Dog mom” and local interior designer Abbe Fenimore of Studio Ten 25 transformed a warehouse by Southern Methodist University into a puppy paradise with bone-shaped pools and dog-centric artwork. —Kristina Valdez


(Photos by Melanie Derr-Johnson)

Debonair Dachshund


“Who are you wearing?” Chaucer is sporting the Dusen Dusen “long check” sweater from TenOverSix. (photography by Chris Plavidal and courtesy of vendors)

(clockwise from top left) 1. Rose Tarlow chair, to the trade/David Sutherland  2. Honest Dog badge and collar, $8-36/Gypsy Wagon  3. Mungo & Maud wood dog bowl, $133/Forty Five Ten  4.“Dog Julio” toy, $17/Lucky Dog Barkery 



Santa Fe Shar-pei


(photography by Chris Plavidal and courtesy of vendors)

(clockwise from top left) 1. MQuan “Rainbow” dog bowl, $207/TenOverSix  2. Pendleton “National Park” pet beds, $100-169/Frontgate  3. Dharf cork bow tie collar, $70/Lucky Dog Barkery  4. Oré cactus toy, $14/Gypsy Wagon



Basic Bruno


(photography by Chris Plavidal and courtesy of vendors)

(clockwise from top left) 1. Perennials “Everywhere” pet bed, $300/Petco  2. Found My Animal black ombre leash, $75/Lucky Dog Barkery  3. PrideBites steak toy, $15/Lucky Dog Barkery 4. Acrylic stand, $174/Jack & Jill Pet Market 



Designer Doodle


(photography by Chris Plavidal and courtesy of vendors)

(clockwise from top left) 1. “Chewy Vuitton” toy, $15/Jack & Jill Pet Market 2. Custom Michelle Nussbaumer “Dragon Empress” bed, price varies/Ceylon et Cie  3. Kelly Wearstler bowl, $550/Forty Five Ten  4. Ware of the Dog collar, $70/Forty Five Ten 


 

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