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Follow these feel-good pooches – immediately!

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

You know what your Instagram needs? More dogs. We’ve put together five of Instagram’s best pets :)

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Some people think Instagram is a place for food, sunsets and legs in the bath. They’re wrong. Instagram is the place for dogs. From tiny corgis to hipster pugs, there’s no shortage of loveable canines to make your feed the happiest ever. Too many to choose from, in fact; so we’ve narrowed it down to five of our favourites to get you started.

Tuna Melts My Heart

Who is he? The underdog with the overbite.

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Image source: Instagram/ Tunameltsmyheart

Chiweenies are a cross between a chihuahua and a dachshund. They’re also obscenely cute, as you’ll learn if you spend as much time as we do fawning over Tuna Melts My Heart’s Instagram feed (which is a lot). With his pronounced overbite and wrinkled-up chin, Tuna is an endless source of reaction faces for every situation. Oh, and did we mention he has impeccable fashion sense?

Chiweenie chic: Channel Tuna’s off-duty cool by wrapping your pooch in this corduroy dog blanket. Raffishly retro.

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Doug The Pug

Who is he? The self-declared king of pop culture.

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It’s official. Doug the Pug is our spirit dog. If he’s not basking his wrinkles on the beach, he’s dressing up as Harry Potter, salivating over wine and pizza, or meeting Dolly Parton on the red carpet. But his life isn’t all about the glitz and glam: Doug is a also registered therapy dog with a charity called Pets As Therapy; showering care homes, hospitals, hospices and schools with pug-tastic joy.

Puggy style: With so many celebrity jamborees to grace, Doug needs to travel like a VIP. This Sidworth tweed designer pet carrier is oh so smart – and ridiculously cosy.

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Sir Charles Barkley

Who is he? A Frenchie, and complete and utter heartbreaker.

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The hippest name in the doggy world, the sharpest dress sense and the biggest smile; Sir Charles Barkley the French bulldog is a joy to follow. There are also excruciatingly adorable throwbacks of baby Barkley on a regular basis too (just in case you weren’t smitten enough).

Frenchie dressing: Got a Sir Charles B of your own? Treat them to this grey harris tweed dog bed for wrinkly snuggles galore.

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Maru

Who is he? The happiest, fuzziest shiba inu on Earth.

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Can we be honest? We’re really, really jealous of Maru. Not just because he has the most chilled life ever with his owner in Japan, but because he’s more photogenic than we’ll ever be. Follow him for his joyous smile, infinitesimal fuzz of fur and general handsomeness.

King of Shiba: Maru, are you reading this? We really need to see you modelling this Bow Wow handmade dog bow tie ASAP. You gorgeous devil, you.

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Marnie the Dog

Who is she? 14-year-old shih tzu that’s gone from stray to star. Completely fabulous.

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Young pups often take the limelight in dog shelters, but Marnie The Dog is changing all that. This senior lady, famous for her cheeky tongueand head tilt (caused by vestibular syndrome) is raising awareness of older dog adoptions, having been adopted herself at age 10. She was found partially blind and in a frightful condition. Now, she can be found occasionally falling into the arms of celebs like Taylor Swift and Tina Fey. Amen to that.

 

If the shih tzu fits: Give your pooch some sartorial flower power with this Amberley Liberty print dog collar lined with buttersoft suede.

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*Lead image source: Instagram/ DougThePug

Wake up Rabbit!

Monday, November 17th, 2014

Trying to wake Rabbit up and tell him we are in Elle Deco again!

We’ve been trying to wake Rabbit up to let him know that LoveMyDog is in Elle Deco again. Perhaps that pet carrier is just too comfy?

Mini the Pug (bottom left of photo) has been featured wearing our tweed Digby dog hat.

Dogs might fly

Thursday, July 10th, 2014

Behind the scenes - LoveMyDog

Lilly and Rabbit took a trip out of the studio yesterday and headed for The Vinyl Factory. They were busy displaying a range of items from the LoveMyDog canine couture collection for press pics.

Keep an eye out on Facebook and Instagram for more photos of the day…

Diamonds & Dogs: Tatler

Monday, July 7th, 2014

LoveMyDog featured in the July issue of Tatler.

“With the help of a cry of hounds, we bring you show-stopping jewellery of the highest pedigree. Welcome to a world of diamonds and dogs”

LoveMyDog featured in the July issue of Tatler

A Graff Butterfly watch and Butterfly ring (prices on application) is pictured alongside a luxurious LMD Swanfield Liberty Print Dog Lead.

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Feeling Blue: Derby Telegraph 2014

Thursday, April 3rd, 2014

Feeling Blue“It may be the hue that we associate with being down in the mouth but shades of blue can really lift the look of your interior spaces. here’s a few ideas to kick start your drive to freshen up your home this spring.”

Featuring LoveMyDog’s Bradbury dog coat, blanket and lead. (more…)

Canine couture in the press

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014

Canine couture in the press

It might be grey outside, but that’s no excuse for not having some colour in your life! Good Homes magazine is packed with ides and inspirations for your home. LoveMyDog features in February’s bold and bright edition in an article titled ‘Bold Moves’. (more…)

Press – Period Ideas

Friday, July 19th, 2013

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LoveMyDog’s creative director Lilly Shahravesh was recently interviewed for Period Ideas magazine.

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ELLE & Man’s Best Friends

Thursday, October 4th, 2012


ELLE Decoration’s features director Amy Bradford recently wrote a fantastic article about man’s best friend and asked “Is it possible to combine pets with a beautiful home.”

Amy believes the key for a stylish pet-friendly home is to avoid mass-produced pet products wherever possible, such as “pink food bowls covered in paw-print patterns and dayglo catnip mice.”

“There’s also a new breed of pet shop tapping into the growing demand for stylish cat and dog kit. Online boutique LoveMyDog has been given the seal of approval by Stanley, the basset hound belonging to ELLE Decoration editor-in-chief Michelle Ogundehin.” (Stanley has a matching Spencer Yellow collar, lead and bed).

Sunday Express – Fabulous Doggy Christmas Gifts

Sunday, November 6th, 2011


LoveMyDog featured in today’s Sunday Express. Their glossy magazine ‘Sunday’ had an article titled ‘Fabulous Christmas gifts to fall in love with’.

Coming in at the top of the pooch page was LoveMyDog with two genuine Harris Tweed products: The Appleby Harris Tweed Pet Carrier and the Pixley Harris Tweed Blanket.

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“When I first learnt about the process of genuine Harris Tweed and what it actually entailed I was amazed. There is a fantastic history and heritage of this cloth and I realised how important it was to support and celebrate this. It’s great to respect that process and produce a handmade collection of such a high standard and quality” Lilly Shahravesh, Creative Director of LoveMyDog.

Harris Tweed has been described as “the Champagne of fabrics” and is the only fabric in the world governed by its own Act of Parliament. Genuine Harris Tweed must be made from pure virgin wool. This wool is both dyed and spun on the Hebridean Islands, before being hand woven at the home of the weaver.

Today, Harris Tweed is the only hand woven fabric produced in commercial quantities. The yarn production process uses specially blended yarns produced to secret recipes and then warped before being sent to weavers homes to be hand woven by means of skills which have been handed down from generation to generation. The cloth is then returned to the mill to be finished to very high standards and the final stage in the process is examination and certification by the Independent Harris Tweed Authority.

So if you want to spoil your pooch this Christmas, make sure your your dog couture purchases are properly certified by Harris Tweed.

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