A Home From a Dog’s Perspective

Some of you may know, I am part of the Wayfair Homemakers Program.

Recently, they shared with me some doggy personalities put together by a writer in their office. Each of the personalities below represents a product offered by Wayfair for pets!

This got me thinking…

…what are our homes like from our dogs’ perspectives?

What do they care about the most?

I truly think for Rooney, his crate and bed are the most important to him at this stage in his life. While Rooney loves playtime, he enjoys resting in his cushy crate just as much.

What part of your home do you think is most important to your pet?

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Gus: Dog Beds

Daisy: Dog Carriers

Liam: Dog Houses

A lazy pug who does not like to leave the comfort of his bed unless it’s for food.

A Shih Tzu supermodel with her own line of designer dog carriers.

A WWII veteran German Shepherd who enjoys telling stories of his dangerous missions in the elite W.O.O.F. army squad.

Hans: Dog Ramps

Joey: Dog Crates

Ingrid: Barware

A Dachshund who has become well-known around the world for his craftsmanship of dog ramps and stairs.

A teenage bulldog who spent some time in the dog crate after a dog bone heist went wrong.

A St. Bernard you can find serving up signature cocktails to guests at her bar in the Swiss Alps.

Disclaimer: I am part of the Wayfair Homemakers Program. I am occasionally provided with Wayfair products in exchange for my honest opinion. My Kid Has Paws strives to share only products we believe would benefit our readers.

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    M. K. Clinton
    July 23, 2016 at 1:57 pm

    Those are cute! I think everything in our house must look super tall to Bentley and Pierre. LOL!
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