Review and Giveaway of Cloak and Dawggie-My Canine Kids
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Have you ever found that perfect thing for your dog, and were so thrilled you about wore it out?
A few years ago, 2014 to be exact, My Canine Kids sent me harnesses for both dogs to review. I love them, especially the one for Roxy. You can read that original review here. Roxy has always been hard to fit for harnesses, she is an odd shape poor thing, plus being small she needs something lightweight. We about wore that harness out, so I started looking at the Cloak and Dawggie, My Canine Kids website to buy her a replacement. Two days later I received an email from them, asking if I would like to do another product review. Talk about great timing!
I choose to get the same type of harness, The original Step and Go, because it fits her so well. I love this new pink floral too, and a matching pink leash. She is stylin’ for sure.
I was contacted by If It Barks to do a review and giveaway of their cute handmade collars. I of course love handmade stuff, plus anything made in the USA, so this was something I was interested in.
I chose a collar for Roxy, since she didn’t really have a nice one. I can’t walk her on a collar, so this decision was all about style. When I got onto the If It Barks website, I was amazed at all the super cute choices. So many different patterns, colors, and choices for the hardware even.
Being conservative with our water usage is key to our RV lifestyle. We don’t ever go to RV parks, preferring to boondock in the middle of nowhere, or stay in forest service campgrounds. We have it down to a science how long we can stay out, and how much water we go through. Showering takes more water than anything else, and obviously we aren’t giving that up. So finding a shower head that is low flow, and still has good pressure is key. The shower heads that come with RV’s are horrible. No pressure, and they use quite a bit of water. We switched out of the stock shower head a long time ago.
Recently I saw an ad for the Ecocamel shower head that made some pretty fabulous claims. Good pressure, low water use, it all sounded good to me. Ecocamel was kind enough to send me a couple of shower heads to review, and give my opinion on.