10 Rockin’ Products for Women Who Love Dogs

Seriously? I’m having number 6 on this list shipped to my house as I write this.

My friends will tell you that I am so not a fashionista. I don’t track the latest styles and I don’t follow trends, but what I do have is a weakness for stuff that shows how much I love my dog.

Whether you like blingy jewelry or you’re more of a cuddle-with-your-dog-in-yoga-pants-and-slippers type, there are oodles of clothing and accessories out there for gals like us.

Here are 10 of my current must-haves:

1. “Dog Hair Is the New Black” T-Shirt

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I’m a huge fan of Orange Is the New Black. And, as we’ve established, I am also a huge fan of dogs. How can I pass up a T-shirt that shows my love for both?

Not only that, but also it gives you a free pass to rock dog hair on your person. Goodbye, lint roller! (Or, if you’re like me, goodbye tape. Which is dangerous if you forget to remove a strip — which I totally did one time…from a really embarrassing area.)

Price: $34.95 from Zazzle

2. Drink Wine and Pet the Dog Throw Pillow

A couch just isn’t complete without this pillow, right? Pillows are fun, functional and a perfect way to make a house into a home. I love that there are so many styles out there that allow us to reflect our love for dogs and be fashionable. Oh, and drink wine.

Price: $19.84 from Redbubble

3. Heart and Paw Print Pendant

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This pendant comes with 2 charms: 1 heart and 1 medallion with a cute paw print, on the back of which you can engrave your pet’s name to keep her close to your heart.

Price: varies; from Etsy

4. Best Friends Pendant

One more pendant makes the list. Remember those adorable little necklaces that you and your best friend wore in school? Each one had “Best Friend” etched onto it, and when you got one from a friend, you knew you were friends for life.

This pendant is the same thing — only you can be best friends with your dog. How can you pass that up?

Price: $8.99 from Amazon (affiliate link)

5. Paw-fect Nails

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If your love for dogs spills over into your nail lacquer game, this might be the perfect product for you. Apply these little paw print decals to your polished nails for a playful puppy look.

Price: $4.35 from Amazon

6. Fleece Paw Print Slippers

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Footwear around the house should be warm, comfortable and, most important (to me, at least), reflect your canine obsession. I found that these slippers hit all those requirements. Your feet will be toasty warm and your dog will approve — just make sure she doesn’t mistake them for chew toys.

Price: $13.49 from Amazon

7. Paw Print Earrings

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Although hardly a clotheshorse, I do have a major passion for earrings. These paw print earrings are elegant, sparkly and go with everything — including your dog.

Price: $18.99 from Amazon

8. A Nightshirt (Instructions Included)

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This nightshirt is pretty cute, and it comes with instructions — just in case you’re new to dogs and aren’t sure of the many ways a dog can take over your bed.

Price: $27.50 from Amazon

9. “Cone of Shame” Scrub Top

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This one is unisex, but it’s so adorable that I had to include it. Scrubs are for everyone, whether you wear them to work or cuddle with your dog at home in them.

Price: $28.99–$31.99 from Amazon

10. Dog Lovers’ Socks

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Can’t stick to a particular type of dog? No worries — these socks have you covered with a mix of breeds, including poodles, German Shepherds and Yorkies. You can show love for the entire canine nation and keep your feet warm at the same time.

Price: $7.79 from Amazon

There are so many fun and funky dog-themed products for women out there, and I’ve barely scratched the surface with this list. Go on and tell me — what have you found?

Melissa Smith

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Melissa Smith, discussions manager for Petful, has been researching and writing about pet behaviors for several years. A longtime pet lover, she lives in Massachusetts with her teenage son, their cat Harrison and the spirit of their German shepherd named Gypsy. Melissa is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in multimedia design and hopes to adopt as many needy animals as she can.

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