Take a look at our top four picks for dog-products made in the USA. Find the perfect gift for yourself or a friendÂ plus something keep your pup’s tail wagging.
Kate Brennan Hall is a masterful illustrator and printmaker, and her artistry and sense of whimsy shine in her canine tea-towel series. Many breeds are represented, and since a kitchen can never have enough towels, youâll want to collect all of them. These one-of-a-kind towels also make perfect gifts if youâre itching to get a head start on holiday giving. (Check out her cat designs too.) The 100 percent cotton, flour-sack towels are handprinted in her studio in Iowa using eco-friendly ink; machine washable in cool water. $18
Using sustainable and organic practices, Colorado Hemp Honey blends their Frangiosa Farms Rocky Mountain honey with fullspectrum hemp extracts to make their Crazy Bee Gone and Hip ânâ Joint pet tinctures. Terpene-rich CBD helps calm canine anxiety and stress, and antimicrobial bee propolis eases allergies and fights infections. Check out their full line of hemp infused honey products and their Adopt-a-bee program too. $69
These biscuits from family-run Buck Bone Organics are like none other. Not only are they packed full of organic ingredients, they also incorporate wild antler powder with all the nutritional benefits of antler chews. Rich in calcium and protein, and 25 kcal each, the biscuits can be broken into smaller pieces for use as high-value treats. Check out their full line of antler chews, plus their very own milled antler powder, perfect as a food topper or mixed into homemade diets. $17.99
Warn off interlopers with UnderDogWonderDog guard-dog signs by Beth Davis, a dog-loving designer with a definite Bauhaus flair. These fun and funky signs for your yard and window are available in three sizes: 6 in.-square styrene plastic, fastened to a wooden stake; 8-in.-square window signs; and 4-in. round and square window decals; shipping is free. Even if your âguard dogâ is a teacup-sized sweetie, itâs a good idea to give guests or delivery people a heads up that a dog is in residence. $6.50 to $12.98