Author Archives: Parker

Clone Your Dog for National Dog Day!

Hip-hip-hooray! It’s National Dog Day!!!

If you are a dog lover you must know that August 26th is National Dog Day! A perfect way to celebrate is to get order stuffed animal clone of your precious pooch by Cuddle Clones.

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They makes almost identical stuffed animal dogs of your pup from a photo that you send them. The resemblance is kinda freaky-good! They make clones of all different breeds of dogs even tri-pods!

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We love this idea as a gift for someone who has just lost a pet, a pet birthday or just for the heck of it because it’s so COOL!

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Each Cuddle Clone retails starting at $179 and can be purchased at


Kid’s Summer DIY Project-Duct Tape Dog Collar Bow Tie

PupStyle team member and children’s editor, Parker Foster Spooner has created this fun summer DIY pet fashion bow tie project for you to try out.


Step one: Select any duct tape you like but prints are really trendy especially all things with mustaches.


Step two: Cut a piece of length suitable for the size of your dog. We made ours extra small to fit Mr. Bernard our resident Chihuahua in charge.



Step 3: Fold the strip you cut in half.



Step 4: Pinch the piece you folded in half to look like a bow tie or similar to fan folding.



Step 5: Cut a small strip of tape and fold it in half to create a loop to secure the bow tie to the dog collar.





PupStylish Kids Books: The First Pup by Bob Staake

(We would like to introduce you to our latest addition to the PupSquad – 8 year old Parker Spooner will be reviewing everything from cool new dog toys to dog themed books)

Title: The First Pup: The Real Story of How Bo Got to the White House
Author: Bob Staake
Reviewed by: Parker Spooner

The First Pup is a non-fiction book and has very funny pictures. I liked the style of the artwork – there is no outlining of the pictures. the people don’t have many rounded edges on their body but Bo is drawn with curvy edges. I thought it was funny that the cartoons of Michelle Obama had very wide hips and Barrack Obama had a skull shaped head. Continue reading

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