Upcycled dog accessories from Boom Dog Creations

Boom Dog Creations: Collars and Leads

Kathy Pederson upcycles old horse bridles and harnesses to make her Boom Dog Creations leather dog collars and leads, which are as stylish as they are durable. Find the Boom Dog booth every weekend at the Park Silly Sunday Market (Sundays, Lower Main Street, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.). 

Treat your pup with quality treats from Love Your Pet Bakery

Treats from Love Your Pet Bakery

Love Your Pet Bakery (The Market at Park City, 1500 Snow Creek Dr, and Barking Cat, 1708 Uinta Way) has been producing high-quality cat and dog food right here in Park City since 1990. They make everything from wild raw venison dog food to smoked beef trachea chews, but the bison jerky dog treats—cured in a hickory smokehouse—are a longtime best seller.

Patrick and Anjalyn Rosevear of Summit Antler Chews with their two dogs

Organic Antler Chews From Summit Antler Chew

Every antler used to make Summit Antler Chews dog treats is a shed—found on the ground—and never harvested from a live deer or elk. Many, in fact, are gathered by owners Patrick and Anjalyn Rosevear and their dog, Cooper, right here in the Wasatch Range. Meet all three, and buy their chews, at the Park Silly Sunday Market.

Paw Pints is the first foray into ice cream just for dogs by local favorite Wasatch Creamery

Paw Pints Ice Cream From Wasatch Creamery

Even dogs love a cool treat on a hot day, which is why pups love Wasatch Creamery’s Paw pints doggie ice cream, made with organic yogurt, chicken broth, and bacon. Get some for your dog (and a pint of Wasatch Creamery’s to-die-for human ice cream) at the Park City Farmers Market (Wednesdays, Park City Mountain Town Base, noon–5 p.m.). Learn more about Wasatch Creamery here.

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