Every dog deserves its day without having to roll over and beg for it. And in the land of of luxury goods and leisurely lifestyles, Angelenos are finding extravagant ways to pamper their pooches beyond just throwing them an occasional bone. An entire industry of gifts, grooming and gourmet grub is available for the prosperous pup owner to spoil their family pet. We sniffed out the best boutiques so you can get your paws on some of Fido's not-so-essential items of the moment. 



OrangeBone


Formerly thePuppyStore, OrangeBone
is LA's only purebred pet shop turned rescue shelter. Since January 1, 2009 the store has made it their mission to find homes for rescue puppies and mature dogs. Their custom designed holding units are temperature controlled, and the store is equipped with a UVC light technology system to maintain high air quality while the pups await adoption. Aside from living accommodations more advanced than your apartment, the Swarovski crystallized collars and gaudy Ed Hardy dog clothing are just the beginning; you'll also find products by Coach, Juicy Couture, and Susan Lanci.

7574 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90046
P: 323-852-1258


Healthy Spot

Do-gooding doggy owners will love Healthy Spot's mission to maintain an active voice in the community by continuing to raise the standards of care for all our four-legged friends. They organize adoptions, community events, and carry all the essentials, including specialty brands like V-Dog, the original vegetarian dog food, and Party Animal, which specializes in gourmet wet foods using USDA and OCIA certified organic ingredients. In short, Spike will snack on even fancier meals than you do.

1110 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Moncia, CA 90401
P: 310-458-2004




Three Dog Bakery

On the West Patio of the historic Farmers Market, Three Dog Bakery
carries baked goods like cookies, buns and other specialty puppy treats with all natural ingredients. There's an assortment of nifty-giftys on hand, but its all about the oven baked delicacies, like Peanut Brindle and Boxer Brownies. And if you're in the market for a retro splurge, the Limited Edition Pet Camper (think of a vintage trailer) makes for a perfect little home for small pets. (Not so little price tag, though. It retails for $5,000.)

6333 W 3rd St #710
Los Angeles, CA 90036
P: 323-935-7512




Spot! Pet Boutique


Daycare, grooming, premium spa products, natural and organic pet food and treats, toys for dogs both large and small... and that's just the beginning! Spot!
also runs group puppy classes by Pooch Professor Doribeth Elkins APDT (The Association of Pet Dog Trainers) and offers Dog Adoption Days Thursday through Sunday during the holiday season. And if it's a gift you're looking for, Spot! carries everything from beds and brushes, to blankets and bowls. There's camo apparel for the rugged outdoor types and beaded leather collars for prissy puppys who want to make a statement at the dog park.

534 N. La Cienega
West Hollywood, CA 90048
P: 310-275-2820



D.O.G. Pet Boutique

This is probably the best place for bipeds to baby their best friend's with ducky printed PJ's, upholstery grade foam car seats and pink butterfly hair bows. For a more mature mongrel, make sure to stock up on grooming products like Aromatherapy Spritzer and bowWOW Butter Balm for chapped noses and paws, or luxury themed chew toys like iBones, Jimmy Chews, and Chewy Vuitons
, which give a whole new meaning to the term Spoiled Bitch.


346 N. La Cienega Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90048
P: 310-424-5807