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Dog-Themed Outdoor Living Rooms.


USEFUL & BEAUTIFUL: BDW Creative is a design studio, producing quality home decor with a twist of the imagination and a unique flair, like this Adirondack-style raised pet feeder (left). Each vintage-style piece is 100% hand- made and crafted to order. Add your pup’s name for home or corporate logo for the office. GARDEN SMILES: Another small studio creating original works of art is Carruth Studio. The artists, George and Deb, specialize in quirky sculptures, each piece with its own personal story, like this Cherub Puppy (notice


To order, call 404.518.7688 and mention The New Barker. BDWCreative.com


the cat on the dog’s collar). Visit Our House, a Very Fine House in Dunedin at 475 Main Street to see several of the dog-themed pieces, designed for outdoor living areas. 727.614.8198.


A TIP ON LIVING A STYLISH LIFE WITH DOGS: “Twenty years ago I learned from a French woman selling high-end textiles in her Parisian shop about a fabulous idea for a dog cover to protect my furniture: Buy extra yardage of a fabric that you are using to upholster sofas and chairs to make matching dog covers. The covers will blend in with the upholstery and when they get dirty, you can send them to the dry cleaners. I lightly quilt the fabric covers and dress them up with a pretty trim. Alternatively, you can also quilt a cover, turn it, and not add trim, which makes it practically disappear atop your upholstered furniture.” –Carolyne Roehm, designer. From: At Home with Dogs and their Designers.


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Sago Palms, hyacinths, lilies and begonias are toxic to dogs. Consider planting African violets or magnolias.


Cocoa mulch and metaldehyde-and-iron based snail baits can be extremely toxic or even deadly. Even organic substances like blood meal, bone meal and compost fertilizer can cause serious problems. Remember, just because it’s organic, doesn’t mean it’s safe.


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Want a quote? Go to DogBiteQuote. com and click onto Get A Quote link. It’s simple . And there is no obligation to purchase.


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