Fancy gifts for dogs, from custom bathrobes to hand-sculpted bronze bones
With this many bespoke, artisanal dog accessories on the market, there's no reason why your pooch can't be as stylish as his owner
Handmade action jackets from Toronto’s Mosher Originals are insulated with alpine fleece. $100–$120. Mosheroriginals.com.
Billy Wolf’s naturally shed antler chews are ethical, odourless and attractively rustic. $23. Scotchandhound.com.
Found My Animal’s natural rope leashes are hand-twisted in Brooklyn. $89. Old Faithful Shop, 886 Queen St. W., 647-352-9376.
Elanor, a Toronto Etsy seller, fashions luxe bandanas from repurposed leather and wool. $27–$33. Etsy.com.
Collar charms from Toronto shop Hound are hand-cast in Montreal and plated in 10-karat gold. $28. Houndcollection.com.
Moshiqa, maker of custom doggy bathrobes, caters to wealthy celebripets (Lady Gaga’s dog, Miss Asia Kinney, is a fan). $57–$74. Moshiqa.com.
Local crafter Jack Jackson sells matching tweedy bow ties for dogs and owners. $30. Alljackedup.ca.
For super-flush puppies: a hand-sculpted bronze bone from L.A. designer Kelly Wearstler. $316. Kellywearstler.com.
Feathery fur extensions add subtle drama to any canine coat. $20. Conditionculture.com.
These pet towelettes are infused with lavender oil, known for its antibacterial and aromatherapeutic properties. $20. Jacob and Sebastian, 622 Queen St. W., 647-345-0478.
Toronto shop Milo Clothing sells formalwear for discerning dogs, like this prim Peter Pan collar decorative pearl detail. $25. Timmie Doggie Outfitters, 867 Queen St. W., 416-203-6789. Miloclothing.com.