Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Ed & Tess's Favorite Things: Graphic Tees

Since the pooches get a big ol' party for their birthdays (that they aren't actually invited to), we don't do much for them (I know, the horror!).  Maybe an extra long walk, or some yummy toppings on their kibble, even the occasional cupcake -- and usually something that I've been wanting an excuse to buy.


This year, I had been eyeing up these graphic tees from Fit for a Pit.  They seemed to sum up our pooches perfectly and are just so dang cute.  With an excuse to buy, they were to be mine.


Realizing the shirts only come in large and extra large was a huge bummer - I thought Tess would be a medium.  I wrote to them asking about the fit and got an immediate response -- one that I wanted to hear!  She assured me that the large should fit her perfectly, and that if it didn't it could be sent back.


Tess loves the pink color so no one calls her a boy, while Edi thinks it helps him fit in with all the city kids in his plaid and graphic tee.


Have you made any new purchases lately?  Spill it!

8 comments:

  1. Love these!!!!!! The latest purchases I've made for the pups have been treats. We got in some new flavors at work and I just couldn't help myself, they must try peanut butter and jelly treats!

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  2. Treats and toys are always in my cart when shopping! Although, I'm currently researching seat belt options because Lainey is loving the convertible this summer. Right now we are just holding her with a leash attached, but I would feel much better with her "belted" into the car. I don't think she would ever jump out, but there is always a first time for everything.

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    1. They recently did the first study ever on canine seatbelts & restraints. The best on that list was Sleepypod. We have restraints for our pooches (Petco brand I think), that probably wouldn't do much if we were in a serious accident, but it keeps them from moving all around the car. They even kept them in place during a small accident we were in last summer - which was very helpful because there were so many police & other rescue personnel around, we didn't have to worry about the pooches getting loose!

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    2. Oh, and the study can be found, here: http://centerforpetsafety.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/2013_cps_harness_study_summary_final.pdf

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    3. Thanks for the info Hanna!

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  3. Ha! Those are awesome:) That's is Norman's life mantra:D

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  4. Too. Much. Cuteness!!!!!!! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!!! You know I love me a good shopping spree!!!

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