When we adopted our Bichon Frise, Winston, from Second Chance Animal Rescue two years ago this month, I was nervous about living with a pet for the first time in my life. I thought I could do it for the kids, though, and prepared to peacefully co-exist with an animal.
Who would ever have imagined that I would come to adore our dog?
Now I notice other dogs—how they look and how they smile. I think about giving Winston the right food and the healthiest treats (my favorite: Greenies petite size; Winnie loves them and they are great for getting rid of dog breath!). And I am always on the lookout for anything I think would make a dog’s life better—or at least cuter.
I saw such an item at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York this weekend. It’s a dog house extraordinaire called the Pet Camper. Designed by Straight Line Designs, Inc., this Airstream inspired structure comes complete with windows and a towing package. Two feeding dishes sit on an integrated platform. The cost: $2,500.00.
But isn’t every dog worth it?