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HOTDOGS. WIENERDOGS. DOXIES. DACHSHUNDS. IT’ S NO SURPRISE THAT A DOG WITH SO MUCH HEART WOULD WARRANT ITS OWN LINE OF CLOTHING. BEAN GOODS IS A FASHION HOUSE INSPIRED BY A LITTLE BLACK AND TAN DACHSHUND NAMED BEAN.


(Right) Paying homage to a certain other iconic fashion house, Jillyn is wearing the doxie luxe tee with matching canvas bag.Made in the USA. BeanGoods.com


OUTDOOR FUN WITH DOGS.


WATERPROOF COLLARS: Our Rottweiler model, Rockstar is sporting a pink camouflage pattern collar that is 100% waterproof, won’t stink and rinses clean in seconds. From Dublin Dog. Available at Fluffy Puppies, Clearwater; Groovy Cats & Dogs, Tampa; Paw Paws Pet Boutique, Madeira Beach; The Green K9, Mount Dora; The Doggie Door, Winter Park.


26 THE NEW BARKER


PANNIERS - THE ULTIMATE TRAIL PACK: A pannier is a basket or bag carried in pairs, like saddle bags, slung over the back of the dog. The pack attaches to a comfortable and secure harness, with a good D-ring for the leash. Sectioned compartments reduce load shifting and help balance out the weight of the packs. So, now, our Labrador Retriever model, Lucy is ready for anything - day or night. Available at Pet Food Warehouse, St. Petersburg.


www.TheNewBarker.com


Photography by Laura Allen Studios.


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