BowhausNYC Fall Canine Haute Couture Collection

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Classic doggy raincoats and indispensable pet accessories are highlights of BowhausNYC's latest offerings.

This season BowhausNYC rolls out elegant canine coats perfect for walks in the coming chilly and wet weather. The handsomely styled Bowhaus Trench coat is made from heavy weight black cotton canvas and lined with a chic blue and tan multi dot design. Or get two looks in one with the Jacquelin Raincoat. One side features a vibrant desinger floral print while the other side has a city smart black and white geometric pattern. Both coats are water resistant and come with a detachable belt.

Go incognito with our new Wristlet water bowl from Bowhaus NYC. Don't be fooled by the elegance and delicate design. This little black purse unzips and transforms into a functional collapsible water bowl. It makes staying hydrated high style. Perfect for you and your BFF.

Lucha Squeak Toy. It's dog vs. the wrestler and this match-up will be fun for hours of playing time. There will be aerial maneuvers, tosses and much more as dogs go up against this little Lucha Libre wrestler. Cheering crowds not included.

Large breed can now get a collar that is distinctively their own with our new Devin Choke collar. Elegantly designed, this black croc patent leather comes in either gold or silver chain with adjustable buckle to adorn every delicate neck.

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Inspired by the Bauhaus movement, emphasizing function and design, New York designer Ruby Chan's luxury dog accessories line combines clean modern design with the finest quality and distinctive details that are both exclusive and functional for the most sophisticated canines. With the urban dog in mind, she creates cleverly styled leashes, funky collars, fashionable harnesses, and her signature Crate Cover for the dog-"Haus" for dogs big and small. To view the entire collection of unique products, visit:


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