5. Hotdoll, Love Doll for Dogs
Dogs are animals with enormous sexual appetites that can’t be controlled easily. So this is in artificial way to stop dogs inborn character. The Hotdoll is a natural way (and actually a beneficial one for dog’s health) to control its sexual impulses. This Love Doll for dogs is shaped to be grabbed easily by the dog’s paws like grabbing female hips. Designer: Clement Eloy.
4. Bowlingual Voice
A Tomy employee poses with the Bowlingual Voice, a gadget that expresses dogs’ emotions, at the annual Tokyo Toy Show 2009. Tomy claims the gadget analyses a dog’s voice through a wireless microphone attached to its collar and then displays its emotions.
3. Humunga Stache Dog Toy
The Humunga Stache Dog Toy. On one side, it’s a fun black ball for your dog to play with while on the flip side is a gigundus moustache (yes, gigundus). For $15, this would crack me up at least once a day — totally worth it.
One remedy for iPhone envy is a dog toy, called the iBone, developed by Haute Diggety Dog™. No, it’s not hard like a bone. It’s a soft, squeaky 4″ by 6″ pacifier. It’s cushy like a blankie, so that Buddy can always have something comforting in his mouth like Mom has in her hand. When Buddy squeezes the iBone dog toy, he feels love, companionship, and the possibility of fun!
1. A Holiday Meal Fit for a Dog
Really, how cute is this? The set includes turkey, corn, baked potato, biscuit, and what appears to be broccoli, served on top of a Frisbee. Yes, a Frisbee plate!