Modern Pet Gear from Waggo

written by:
May 15, 2013

Show your pets some modern love with these new designs from Waggo, a Brooklyn-based company founded in 2011 by Regine Raab. Raab brings her stylish sensibility—she used to work for major fashion houses, including Marc Jacobs–to pet accessories not typically known for their good looks. The result? Some of the chicest bowls, leashes, collars, chew toys, and treat canisters we've seen.

  • 
  The Engineer Stripe Circle Bed (from $98) is made in the USA, available in three striped color options, and filled with cotton batting. It's machine washable and can be monogrammed.
    The Engineer Stripe Circle Bed (from $98) is made in the USA, available in three striped color options, and filled with cotton batting. It's machine washable and can be monogrammed.
  • 
  We love these Flagged Collars (from $10) not only for their colorful, graphic pattern but for their eco-friendliness—they're made from recycled plastic bottles!
    We love these Flagged Collars (from $10) not only for their colorful, graphic pattern but for their eco-friendliness—they're made from recycled plastic bottles!
  • 
  The Floats my Boat Buoy Toy ($14) is made of durable, non-toxic rubber, floats in water, and is available in three bright colors.
    The Floats my Boat Buoy Toy ($14) is made of durable, non-toxic rubber, floats in water, and is available in three bright colors.
  • 
  Available in six colors, the ceramic Dipper Bowls (from $16) are the best-looking pet food platters we've seen.
    Available in six colors, the ceramic Dipper Bowls (from $16) are the best-looking pet food platters we've seen.
  • 
  Like the collars, the Seeing Stars Leash (from $20) are also made of recycled plastic bottles, or PET, which makes it durable and fast to dry.
    Like the collars, the Seeing Stars Leash (from $20) are also made of recycled plastic bottles, or PET, which makes it durable and fast to dry.
  • 
  These hand-dipped ceramic treat jars ($28) look great on a countertop, and bring a pop of color into a clean modern kitchen.
    These hand-dipped ceramic treat jars ($28) look great on a countertop, and bring a pop of color into a clean modern kitchen.

@current / @total

Join the Discussion

Loading comments...