If your pooch lives a more luxurious life than you, perhaps it would like the Mija Dog Bed ($1370). Made from 10mm thick acrylic and featuring a pillow filled with shredded memory foam that's covered in faux suede, we're pretty sure this bed would be comfy for humans as well — if only they made one big enough.
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.
If you have a pet, odds are you want to protect it the best you can — and despite our best efforts, one in three pets get lost during their lifetime. In the event that this should happen, you can make retrieval a little easier with Global Pet Finder ($290). A GPS and wireless unit is installed on your pet's collar, and the system uses the GPS and 2-way communication device on their collar to give you instant updates on where your little buddy is. Sure beats driving around yelling out of your car.
If your pooch loves to go camping, give them that feeling all the time with the Tee-Pee Hound Lounge ($245). The tent-like hideaway is suitable for dogs up to 40 lbs and features a removable fleece covered sleeping pad for those chilly nights out on the trail… errr, in the front room.