Foggy Dog's small business picks: Presents for pups
Get your pup set for the holidays with small business owner & fellow dog lover Rose Shattuck’s curated list of pet-perfect gifts.
Capital One is proud to support #SmallUnites, a movement designed to rally communities across the country to champion the small businesses they love. Help small businesses thrive in the new normal by shopping this collection of thoughtful gifts for the holidays. You’ll do—and buy—more of what you enjoy, all while supporting the small business community.
For Capital One’s series supporting Small Unites, San Francisco businesswoman Rose Shattuck turns her love for dogs and design into a curated list of pet products—from small businesses across the country—that your pup would be happy to have.
Shattuck owns The Foggy Dog, which specializes in high-quality, handcrafted goods for pets that are as beautiful as they are functional. She takes pride in using recycled materials in her entire line of products, and for every sale, she donates half a pound of food to rescue shelters across America. Now this dog mom is sharing her favorite places to get presents for her pup.
The Foggy Dog’s small business picks: Presents for pups
Wüfers—Advent Cookie Calendar: Wüfers is a family-owned and -operated dog cookie company created to help you include your pup in every celebration. Its Advent Cookie Calendar is the perfect way to get your dog excited for Santa Paws, counting down to Christmas with a cookie a day.
P.L.A.Y.—Hot Chocolate Plush Toy: P.L.A.Y. is a San Francisco company that makes high-quality dog toys and gear with the planet in mind. Shattuck says her goldendoodle, Utah, is getting this cozy hot chocolate plush toy for Christmas!
Rifle Paper Co.—Personalized Dog Stationery: You already sign your holiday card with your dog’s name, so why not add it to your stationery too? Husband-and-wife team Nathan and Anna Bond created Rifle Paper Co. to bring beauty to the everyday using bold colors in their high-quality, hand-painted paper products.
Rororiri—Cardigan Blair: How adorable is this pom-pom cardigan? Shattuck calls the mustard yellow “the perfect neutral and a must-have for chilly days.” Rororiri is a small, San Francisco–based clothing company started by a fashion designer—for her puppy, Rosie.
Wild One—Personalized Dog Bowl: Wild One specializes in pet essentials with function and design in mind. Shattuck—whose pup, Utah, has this bowl—loves that it’s modern and sleek and washes well. And you can personalize it with your dog’s name and favorite emoji.
Bocce’s Bakery—Bac N’ Nutty Soft & Chewy Treats: Bocce’s bakery is a family-owned establishment in Manhattan’s West Village concentrating on locally sourced ingredients and fun flavors. Shattuck’s dog, Utah, goes nuts for these treats.
The Foggy Dog—Face Masks and Matching Bandana Sets: The Foggy Dog’s most-requested item this year: matching masks for humans and pets! Choose from 10 masks that match some of their best-selling bandana styles so that you can coordinate with your pup.
West & Willow—Custom Pet Portrait: West & Willow was founded as a way to bring gallery-worthy portraits of your best friend into your home. Shattuck loves that these pet portraits are modern and minimalist, bringing life to any room.
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