Stocking Stuffer for you Four-legged Running Buddy

Coalatree Eco-Minded Goods – Hound Basin

I can’t be the only one who hangs a stocking up for my dog. Even if your pup doesn’t get a stocking, any dog lover would appreciate a portable dog dish from Santa. It’s lightweight, easy to tuck into a running belt and durable. It might not be the season for running or hiking with your pooch, but summer will be here before you know it and this little creation comes in handy.

Keep in mind, you’ll need to pack water to share or plan on your route including a few drinking fountains, but your four-legged running buddy will appreciate it. It comes with a pouch to store it in between outings. The water bowl has a wax lining that keeps it from leaking and there’s a carabiner attached to the bowl itself to make it easy to clip to a belt loop or running belt. It’s so light you’ll forget you have it. I tucked it in a pocket and my sports bra and honestly forgot it was there. Dogs get thirsty too. Don’t forget your favorite running companion this holiday season.

Company: Coalatree Eco-Minded Goods
Product: Hound Basin
Cost: $15.99
Description:

  • Rip-Stop Waxed Canvas Outer
  • Repurposed Durable Water-Proof Inner
  • Packable
  • Carabiner attachment

More About Coalatree:

Coalatree Organics is focused on making the lives and experiences of people who purchase our products, more sustainable and enjoyable.  We are committed to using renewable energy sources, recycled materials, organic growing methods, and also supporting initiatives around the world that improve and support farmers.  We are always looking for new ways to develop and engineer our products in a more sustainable and environmentally friendly process.  Coalatree is committed to always learning and improving our methods so they are up to our ever evolving standard.

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