Brands that give back, independent makers and icons from our childhood: here are seven wonderful gifts for dog people
Snuggle up, in, to – as long as it keeps our pooches warm and happy during winter, we want it. Here are five of our favourite softies
Not girly, not blingy, not twee – is that so hard to find in dog accessories? Yes – as Caroline Denyer found, when she adopted her grenchie. So, she did her own line
As Wunderdog HQ prepares for the arrival of our Romanian foster dog, we looked for a new bed. Here are our favourites.
Food, balls, treats, balls, holiday treats, balls – a dog’s packing list is long as it is. Take these eminently sensible dog accessories for the summer trip to the beach
What if spring actually springs and your dog is still in its tatty winter collar? Do you really want that to happen? What will the cats say? We scout the latest spring styles
This dog travel bed, designed by award-winning product designers (who draw dog superheroes), means your dog may be a happier camper than you. Fund now.
Wunderdog is always experimenting with the line of when dog clothing is too much: dogs are dogs. They want to play in the mud and don’t give a hoot about how they look.
What started with home-made treats has quietly grown into a high-end dog accessories brand for creative, conscious customers. Although what founders Genesta Gunn and Taneale Hrymakowski are really selling is something without a price tag: that feeling of happiness you can only get from a dog.
Wear your heart on your chest from rescue organisations and companies that give back to doggy causes (and they also work as Christmas presents)