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Do you love new mugs as much as I do?  I know I don't need anymore but I love new ones! Thanks, for sending me this dog mug in exchange for an honest review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions expressed are 100% my own. 

First, with it being December I expect slower shipping but this arrived the following day!!  I was super shocked but wanted to give a shout out of the fast response time this company does for it's orders and kudos to the shipping companies working so hard. 

The first thing I did with my mug was brewing my favorite tea- I love the Pacific Coast Mint, White Tip Jasmine, Happy, and well really I haven't found one I don't enjoy.   

The pictures of the dogs are all very cute as different patterns are used.  My kids immediately tried to pick one that resembled our dog the most.  

The mug is not dishwasher safe but since I don't have one that is no big deal but I was disappointed to read it isn't microwave safe.  I tend to like to rewarm my tea but I will have to remember to not do this with this mug.  I guess it makes sense since the description says it is made from metallic gold foil.  

Overall, I like the design and that it will fit 15 ounces. I also like that has other home goods so we can find things not just for our pets but our homes too!   

Celebrate style with every sip from the Fringe Studio Calico Dog Coffee Mug. It’s the perfect accessory to share your fondness of your four-legged friend with the world—and the original artwork comes from the talented designers at Fringe Studio, giving it that unique touch. The extra-large design holds about 15 ounces of your favorite tea, coffee or hot chocolate, and it also makes a great desk accessory to hold pencils or candy. Get one for yourself, or make a fellow dog lover’s day with this beautiful gift.
Key Benefits
Porcelain mug features different dog silhouettes in calico patterns.
Extra-large design holds approximately 15 ounces of your favorite liquid.
Features original artwork by Fringe Studio, accented with metallic gold foil.
Makes an excellent gift for birthdays, holidays, housewarmings, hostess gifts and more.
Also doubles as a decorative desk accessory to hold pens, pencils, and candy.


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