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Your pooch should be as well-outfitted as you are, and this selection puts high style within reach of their furry paws. From leashes and collars to comfy beds and feeding bowls, these are everyday pet accessories that are elevated to design-statement status.

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Sale Ended June 19, 2012

High-Style Pet Beds

Butters, shown above, is an American Eskimo mix. He was rescued from a New York City shelter by the brother of our one of our buyers, Emily. (She’s his proud aunt and modeling agent.) He has personally curated this selection of pet beds, all of which he’s tested out and deemed to be not just comfortable, but also extremely chic. (Don’t worry, he just tested out samples. . . you’ll get a brand-new one.) By the way, don’t forget to check in on your local animal shelter — they often operate on severely limited budgets, and could use donations of food, towels, leashes, chew toys, and other everyday items.

Sale Ended November 25, 2013

Up to 70% Off: Pet Clothing, Collars, & Leashes

You’re starting to look a little like your pooch … so maybe you two should start dressing alike. Just a thought. Make a few picks from this sale, and your dog will be well on your way to the catwalk. (Don’t forget to follow up with a coordinating — or, if you feel daring, contrasting — collar and leash.)

Sale Ended September 24, 2012

The Posh Pet Feat. P.L.A.Y & Pet Lounge Studios

Gilt is pro in the pets department (quite a few of us around here are devoted dog and/or cat parents). Here, we've assembled an extroverted selection of accessories, collars, beds, and more for the well-taken-care-of animal in your life. Your morning walk will begin to feel like a catwalk.

Sale Ended April 14, 2013

Trend Alert: Yellow & Gray

We’re a big fan of contrasts in design — and that’s why we’re so taken with color combinations like yellow and gray. The blend of energy and neutrality keeps the eye engaged, but not overwhelmed; it’s a daring yet easy-to-live-with look.