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The Original Dog Handbag

Doggie Style

The ultimate canine fashion accessory
Exclusive to Firebox.com
Surprisingly spacious inside considering it's just a pup
Very satisfying rubbery texture, begging to be stroked
Crush its squidgy face to make hundreds of different breeds
Behaves well around other dogs, cats and children
A Baggy Dog Story

Description
How much is that doggie in the window? The one that's also a handbag.

Everybody knows that dogs are a man's best friend and diamonds are a girl's best friend. So we've tried to meet somewhere roughly in the middle with this fine piece of dangly designer doggie-style – The Original Dog Handbag.

Looking like its bounded straight off the cat dogwalk, this glamorous "hound-bag" is surprisingly spacious considering its just a young pup. There's plenty of room for phones, purses, cameras, handbag-sized Chihuahuas etc.

This fashionable flea-bag is exceedingly well-behaved around other dogs and possesses a satisfying rubbery coat that's just begging to be stroked. Just hang it's silver-chain leash over your arm and hit the town, you'll be the pick of the litter.


More info
Please Note:
  • Possesses a slight rubbery scent, it's heaps better than dog breath
Product Features:
  • The ultimate canine fashion accessory
  • Exclusive to Firebox.com
  • Small zip opening but surprisingly spacious inside
  • Loads of room for your phone, purse, wallet, camera, groceries, handbag-sized dogs etc.
  • Very satisfying rubbery texture, just begging to be stroked
  • Silver chain handle
  • Definitely not a hedgehog
  • House-trained and incredibly loyal
  • Enjoys being taken for long walks
  • Also looks a little like Chewbacca's son
Dimensions:
  • Measures approximately 23cm(W) x 30cm(H) x 40cm(D)
Customer reviews
"It's adorable and big enough inside that Mary Poppins would love it!"
Jamie - 24th of February, 2015
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