What’s to love: Food that’s made to order and home delivered for a favorite four-legged family member. My dachshund Luke was a big fan of the chicken recipe.
What does it do: NomNomNow is a pet-food service that creates meals for dogs and cats using all-natural human-grade ingredients. Pet owners fill out a profile on their pet including age, weight and activity level and then how often they want the food delivered — once a week, or every two or four weeks. They then choose a beef, chicken, turkey or pork recipe and the company will quote a price. The food is designed to be given to a pet twice a day and is in portioned packages. Food arrives in boxes with two large ice packs on each side of the food and nestled in insulated material. Prices start at about $20 a week but depend on the pet’s profile. More information is at nomnomnow.com.
What’s to love: A multi-use product that’s great for keeping in the trunk of a vehicle
for a road trip or outdoor adventure.
What does it do: Conveniently packed into an attached pouch, the Kubie is made of water resistant rip-stop nylon and uses “Thermalite Technology” to keep the user warm. Use the Kubie as a blanket, as a poncho with the attached fleece-lined hood or as a sleeping bag. Integrated straps also allow the Kubie to be used as a hammock (carabiner clips and straps not included). The Kubie opens to 86.6-by-67 inches. It is available in gray, purple an
d red and sells for $80. More information is at kijaro.com/kubie.
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