Doggie style 

Think your pampered pooch has everything? Not if it’s lacking a crystal bone pendant necklace. This ultimate puppy fashion accessory, a jeweled bone, is made of hand-set Swarovski crystals, with a platinum or 14K gold finish. For a mere $85 (about the same cost as an adoption at the Humane Society), your pound puppy can look like the more-than-precious canines that danced across the big screen in the recent film, Best In Show. Of course, with jewelry that spiffy, Fido’s not going to want to sleep at the foot of your bed any more. Instead, he’ll want a wrought iron feather doggie bed, complete with poofy pillows and duvet cover, from $593 (medium) to $923 (extra large). All of these are available at In the Company of Dogs. Norene Cashen pays attention here every other week. E-mail letters@metrotimes.com

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