I've only started knitting for pets, but there is an infinite amount of things you can make for them. Bandanas, toys, blankets, sweaters. I have 2 pugs and know how hard it is to fit their square little bodies into a regular size dog sweater. Currently I am on a mission to figure out a pattern that will fit their broad chests.
My new kitty toy invention. Knitted toys stuffed with catnip, bells, feathers, poles for increasing the range of toy flipping around... Dangly things... what else could a kitty want!?1
I am still working on creating the perfect pug sweater. This was made for my friend's Bean, it came out a little long, and the neck still didn't come up as high as I hoped even with careful measuring. So, as not to have a cold pug neck, I made the matching scarf that buttons closed and can be worn with the sweater or alone. Another image of Bean in just the sweater on the gallery page.
This is a kerchief/bandana/bib (depends who you ask) for my Mom and Dad's Newfie. They couldn't find a bandana to fit so I made him a nice acrylic one for Christmas. Acrylic is easily washable, which is good for pets!
These catnip mice were quite the hit. They're made from wool and/or acrylic and stuffed with poly fill and catnip. I've heard a few stories about the kitties seeking out these toys before they were actually given to them!
My first dog sweater. It was a little big and a little small. I still have to master the pug chest. I knitted this with a 'cowl' but may redesign my next one to come up higher on the chest. Please see the photo gallery for additional photos. Stan isn't the easiest dog to photograph, so there are a few!