7 Cute and Colorful Pet Products You Can Buy Now
If you love bright, zesty colors and fashionable pet gear, you'll love the latest products from Joy Cho's line at Petco.
1/04/19 — If one of your 2019 resolutions is to elevate your pet's wardrobe and accessories, we have good news for you. The latest additions to the Oh Joy! line at Petco include adorable sweaters, pet beds, totes, and toys awash in Joy Cho's signature pastel palette. The products are all super affordable, too: prices start at just $6. We can’t wait to get our paws on these adorable finds.
1. How Fab! Just For Fun Dog Bandana
Every seasoned pet parent knows the importance of being prepared for a photo op—this darling tie-on bandana takes things to dapper in a moment's notice.
2. Oh How Nifty! Geometric Walking Pouch
This little wristlet is a godsend for anyone who knows the struggle of juggling a leash, doggie bags, phone, and keys on a walk through the neighborhood. It features two front pockets, a large inner pocket, and a hidden compartment that doubles as a poop bag dispenser. Stylish and smart.
3. Oh How Neat! Collapsible Dog Toy Box
Is it just us, or is tidying up easier with pretty gear? Use this splatter paint storage box to corral pet toys (bonus: it collapses when it’s not in use).
4. Oh So Cozy! Dog Sweater
Most pups appreciate a winter jacket when playing outdoors during chilly months, but don't forget to keep them cozy inside the house, too. A pullover-style knit sweater will do the trick—plus, it's machine washable.
Buy It: Oh So Cozy! Dog Sweater, $14.99
5. Oh So Comfy! Geometric Pink Pet Bed
You won't mind giving this pink tweed bed a permanent place in your living room. It's lined with soft geometric-patterned fabric so it's extra snuggly for your pet.
6. Geometric Ceramic Pet Bowl
Pretty dishes aren't just for the tabletop. A ceramic pet bowl covered with colorful bold prints looks sophisticated enough to display anywhere.
7. Oh What Fun! Plush Strawberry Dog Toy
A sweet way to keep pets stimulated: this plush, fruity toy squeaks and crinkles during play. Trade it for a ball in a game of fetch or get creative and make it part of a DIY agility course.