As long as our golf game still needs work, it can't hurt to find innovative new ways to practice. One of these new ways we've found is the Doggie Driver ($30). It's function is simple — when you take the loaded club for a swing, the tennis ball pops out in the desired direction for your pooch to retrieve. Since there's no contact with the ball on reload, you don't have to deal with a messy, drooled-on ball, and the whole time you'll be practicing your swing. Sweet. [via]
Just because your pet lives indoors doesn't mean it shouldn't have a home to call its own. The Otis and Claude Dwell Pet House ($150) is made from Italian teak veneered plywood and features a soft polyfoam cushion for the interior of the house in either a green or orange cotton fabric. The front of the house is removable for easy access to the cushion, should your little friend have an accident.