I'm a month and a half into having my very first puppy. My camera roll has become all puppy pictures, my Amazon cart is full of puppy products, and my number one conversation topic is the puppy. It happened fast, folks. Her name is Fanny, and my husband and I have quickly become the dog parents we never knew we'd be.
Before this adventure, I never gave much thought to stylish dog gear, but now that I've entered this whole new world, I'm blown away by how much of it exists. Between the sweaters, collars, leashes, toys, bowls, beds, and crates to choose from, it can be overwhelming, to say the least, but I've done tons of research, starting the moment we found out we were getting her. I wanted to choose items that are both stylish and well reviewed for the little pup, and I think I've found quite a few things that fit the bill.
In case you have a dog of your own, are considering adopting, or need gift ideas for the pet parents in your life, below are the stylish items Fanny and I love—along with plenty of pictures of her enjoying it all, naturally.
This was taken right after we introduced Fanny to her big-girl crate. (There's more on that below.)
Crate training is an essential part of having a puppy. I just got this game changer of a crate, and it's already become so much easier. As far as crates go, this is the luxury-vehicle version. There are too many epic features to even list here, so I'll just say that you honestly won't regret investing in a Diggs Revol Crate.
Even if you don't have a dog, you've probably heard of Wild One. Everything the super-popular company makes is adorable, useful, and affordable.
Fanny in a bag.
I'm training her to wear clothes from a young age.
The look of a puppy who's not supposed to be on the furniture.
I'm not sure who loves this bed more—her or me.
Fanny with her friends.
We call this Fanny's anxiety bed, and I wish I had one of my own.