Posh pups take note: French design house Hermès has changed how we eat and drink for evermore. Well known for manufacturing luxury goods for our humans, the firm’s chic dog bowl fits in with modern interior settings — and classic designs as well. Crafted in oak and steel, the bowl shape mimics the iconic Chaine d’Ancre motif and is built utilizing traditional barrel-making techniques. Each bowl has two wooden halves linked by central magnets, allowing furparents to serve food and water in one attractive unit. The stainless bowls can be removed from their haute wooden frame for easy cleaning. Even the most jaded pups and kitties will be pleased to dine at home — and they’ll probably have to for a few weeks — after setting their pet parents back a cool $1,125; Hermes.com.
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A 9-month-old delight, weighing in at 38 lbs., Cookie is a Terrier Mix puppy that’s a happy, independent girl who can be a little reserved at first but after a few minutes of meeting, she’s ready to be your friend.