It's nearly universal: if you own a dog in an urban area, odds are you walk it using some sort of retractable leash, and need to scoop up its droppings after it's done doing its business. The Ruff Bowl ($8) is designed for exactly these situations. It clips easily onto most retractable leashes, holds used poop bags away from your hand, and can hold up to 4.5 oz. of water when it's time for Fido to take a drink.
Does your dog have a habit of roaming the woods, streets, or backyard at night? Keep a watchful eye on them with Glowdoggie LED Dog Collars ($50-$65). These completely waterproof collars use Superflux-LEDs — with 17-year LED life — to make themselves visible at a distance, keeping your pooch visible to both you and any oncoming traffic. [Scouted by Bryan]
Is Fido's crappy nylon harness causing your dog park game to falter? Upgrade to the Chico & Dog Vest ($80). Made form imported South American leather and finished with high-strength, powder-coated hardware, the Doggy Vest conforms to your pet's shape, keeping him comfortable while enhancing his look for the ladies. Bonus for the Uncrate Orange color way.
Let's be honest: your fish probably doesn't care what his surroundings look like, just so long as his water is clean and he's well fed. But you have to look at his bowl/tank every day, so you might as well make it stylish. The Umbra Fish Hotel ($35) certainly qualifies, featuring the clean, boxy lines of a modern home, a glass bowl, an ABS pastic facade, and a stackable design that lets you build an entire condo full of fishy friends.
When your lovable turd factory needs to go out, sometimes it's a dire situation in which every second counts. And if your leash never seems to be where you left it, the Super Collar ($50) will be your new best friend. This collar-and-leash hybrid has a retractable 36-inch leash built right in that's made up of two coated steel cables with over 100lbs of break strength each. It's got waterproof polypro webbing and 3M Scotchlite reflective accents for those nighttime sessions.