Cooper shows us that Kanata blankets make great gifts for dogs and other pets, as well as for people.
Here, Cooper rocks Debra Sparrow’s “Patterns of Life” Voile Scarf and the Buffalo Check Cabin Throw in red and black. He also puts his mark on the Tek Explorer, a picnic blanket that’s waterproof on one side so you don’t get wet. Cute!
Chillin’ in the grass with sad puppy eyes.
We thought Cooper would look really handsome in this Voile Scarf by Musqueam artist Debra Sparrow, so we tied it around his neck for a unique, striking appearance. To see more designs by Indigenous artists, check out the rest of our licensed artist designs.
Looking proud — and with good reason! Cooper is a great sport.
He’s still a (very big) puppy, so he thinks hands, blankets and everything else are fair game for chewing.
Cooper loves being snuggled up in the soft Buffalo Check Cabin Throw in red and black.
He gets really hyper and drools everywhere, so although you can’t see it here, this blanket got really wet! Here he is on the Tek Explorer, a picnic blanket that’s waterproof on one side, which make it great for damp grass or the beach.
The Tek Explorer rolls up and has a carry handle to make it easy to bring with you. We tried to get Cooper to carry it by the handle, but he wanted the whole thing. Good thing it’s waterproof. Thanks for your help, Cooper!
Have any cute photos of your pets and a Kanata blanket that you’d like to share? Email [email protected]. We look forward to seeing your photos!