Archive for Dog Clothes

Sometimes your dog deserves to be spoilt. Whether it’s a reward for good behaviour, a birthday gift or just because you feel like it, there are a whole range of accessories that you can buy for your pet. If your four-legged friend prefers chew toys, grooming product or anything else, here are a few ideas to help you spoil them rotten.

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Time for bed?

Although some dog owners like to spoil their pets by letting them into bed with them, a more permanent solution comes in the form of a luxurious place for your dog to call its own. You could create a bedding area yourself out of a basket and some old cushions, or you could splash out on a more extravagant option.

Goose-feather, water-resistant dog beds can be purchased to let your pooch experience the height of luxury. What’s more, these beds are easy to clean and transport, so they also come with practical benefits.

 

Grooming

Dog grooming has become a major industry and so there’s plenty of products available for you to buy. Paws Prof offers a number of different nail clippers for your dog, to ensure that they are always looking their best. What’s more, nail clippers don’t just serve a cosmetic purpose, they make sure that your pet’s claws are trimmed so they can walk properly and are less likely to suffer from an infection.

 

If grooming is your method of choice when it comes to spoiling your dog, then you’re spoilt for choice. There are now dog shampoos, conditioners, hairbrushes and many other products on the market. Why not buy a few different ones and see what works for your pet?

Chews your gift wisely

Giving your dog something to chew as a gift is great for a number of reason. Firstly, it make your dog happy, but also it should prevent them from chewing something else – something that belongs to you. There are chew toys available that are durable, soft, make noises and have a nutritional benefit. A chew toy also provides a great opportunity for you to play with your pet, as a game of tug of war is good fun, even if the dog always wins.

Making them look fashionable

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Yes, it is strictly true that dogs don’t need clothes, but when it makes them look so adorable then what’s the harm? Fashionable accessories are available in the form of raincoats, jumpers, bandanas and harnesses. If you choose a reputable manufacturer, you’ll also ensure that these stylish items don’t just make your dog look great, but that he or she is comfortable as well. If you’re looking for ways to bring you and your dog closer together then you can’t do much better than matching outfits.

 

Owning a dog can be expensive and there are plenty of regular costs that you have to deal with, including food and veterinary bills. However, that doesn’t mean that a treat, every now and then, is out of the question. If you do have some money leftover to spend on your dog, what better way to show your love and appreciation than with a gift or two?

 

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Finding a great outfit used to be tough, but the internet has exploded with dog-friendly garments in recent years. One of the very best places to purchase attire for your companion is Top Dog Apparel, which stocks dog clothes, accessories, and many other canine related items. By shopping there, you can get your dog ready for any occasion, and you’ll find a few ideas listed below…

Christmas

It’s Christmas day, and everyone is sitting around the tree wearing their novelty Christmas jumpers, excited about what’s to come. But spare a thought for little Fido, who has exactly the same collar on as usual, and isn’t sharing any of your Christmas joy. There’s no need to worry though, as there are plenty of festive ways to give your dog some Christmas spirit, with perhaps the best being a jumper all of their own!

There are loads of different designs you can choose from, ranging from traditional knitted patterns through to ones with humorous slogans, guaranteed to bring a smile to the faces of everyone who sees them. Add to the dog jumper a bandana, or perhaps a festive collar, and your dog will look perfect on Christmas day. Why not even wrap them up, and let your dog tear the wrapping paper away?

Weddings

Dogs are part of your family, so they should definitely be involved in your big day. After all, they’re around you all the time, so why should they be sidelined on the most important day of your life? They can’t simply turn up looking scruffy though, so get them nicely groomed and styled, before then selecting from one of the many dog wedding outfits found online.

These wedding outfits come in many shapes and sizes, from smart tuxedos through to elegant flowing wedding dresses. Just don’t expect the dress to stay white for too long though, as they’ll definitely find a patch of mud to roll in at some point! Remember: these smart outfits can also be used for many other important events, such as birthdays and christenings, so keep them packed up safe after you’ve used them.

Bedtime

It might not be a particularly special occasion, however your dog should feel comfortable when it heads off to bed, ready to dream of chasing birds and eating piles of dog treats. This is why so many people invest in a great set of doggie pyjamas for their pooch, which are warm, comfortable, and really set your dog up for a great night of sleep.

It isn’t just pyjamas you can find for your dog though, as there are also loads of other pieces of clothing and accessories as well. For example, why not get a dog robe for your pet, so that it can unwind before heading to bed? Or maybe you could grab a brand new dog duvet or pillow, so your dog has the most comfortable sleep possible?

Out On the Town

If you like taking your dog into town with you, perhaps when you go for coffee with friends, then you really need to make sure they look the part. You don’t have to go as far as a complete outfit (although they do look great), but you should certainly grab yourself a sparkling new lead, and a collar they can be proud of. You can even find matching collar and lead sets, to make sure your dog is looking stunning!

For those really special days out, you can also add some bling to your dog’s look, simply by getting them some beautiful dog jewellery! You’ll find everything from tiaras through to hair clips, all of which are guaranteed to add a certain style to any canine companion. For the boys, you’ll also find adorable clip on bowties, so that they can look as smart as possible!

 

So, there you have it: loads of great ways you can make your dog look its absolute best. Your dog will love all the attention lavished on it when sporting such stunning attire, and you’ll also love the admiring looks you get when with your dog as well!

Should We Dress Our Dogs Up?

If you’ve ever spent any significant time on the Internet, chances are you’ve come across pictures of dogs dressed up as something adorable/terrifying.

The owners will often be the first to tell you that their dogs absolutely love being dressed up, but is it ever ok to parade your pooch around in one of these costumes?

Upon considering this question, I find myself torn. As a dog walker, I have a passion for pooches of all shapes and sizes, and some of them genuinely need an extra layer when we go out for walks. But it’s not an Elvis costume or Santa suit that I choose – it’s a dog jacket. Apart from a few smaller dogs that aren’t quite built to deal with the cold effectively, I generally find that very few dogs need a jacket, even in extreme weather. Dogs have evolved to regulate their body temperature in these conditions, and making them wear a jacket interferes with this regulatory system. Man’s best friend is tough as nails, and making them wear unnecessary layers of clothing can be detrimental to their survivalist instincts.

And it’s not just mild discomfort that a dressed up dog might experience; some experts have warned that it can have a similar effect to leaving them locked in a car without an open window, something that kills thousands of dogs every year. The RSPCA have further clarified the severity of unnecessarily giving dogs an extra layer of clothing by warning that owners who do so could be prosecuted for neglect, making it serious business.

But even if you’re taking care to only dress up your dog when you feel that they absolutely need the extra layer, there is another aspect to this argument that is rarely discussed – embarrassment.

 

There are claims that dressing dogs in extra clothing, even if it’s just a simple jacket, can actually be quite demeaning. I wasn’t totally convinced by this argument until I saw a huge Lurcher being paraded around in a fluffy poncho – his face definitely suggested embarrassment and discomfort.

The main argument that I hear from pet owners who dress their dogs up is that their pets ‘enjoy’ wearing the extra clothing. But in many ways, this could be even worse for the dog’s behaviour and development. Loving your dog is understandable, but ultimately they are pets and should be treated as so. Dogs that are dressed up by their owners tend to behave poorly because they aren’t treated like animals; they’re treated like spoilt kids. So don’t be surprised when they behave like a spoilt kid.

But despite my arguments, there are times when dressing up dogs is entirely appropriate. Family photos just aren’t the same without a dog in a bad sweater, and every dog should have at least one bad Halloween costume. Just make sure you take it off straight after they’re done posing in it, you don’t want them to overheat.

Dog clothing has become a huge industry in recent years, and an increasing number of owners have started dressing their dogs up on a regular basis. But whether you’re doing this for a laugh or you’re doing it because you genuinely believe they need the extra warmth, always consider their safety and feelings first.

 

 

Barbara owns Dog Walking Dunfermline (http://dogwalkingdunfermline.org.uk) a dog walking company based in Scotland.

It’s time to deck the halls – and your dog, too! Christmas and the holidays just don’t seem right for many people without adding some festive touches to their pets. Whether it’s a glittering new bow in your dog’s great hair cut, or some cozy pajamas while your dog waits for Santa, most dogs enjoy dressing up for the holidays because it means getting extra attention from their owners.

Subtle touches. If you’re not one to dress up your dog in doggy clothes, you can mark the season by getting your dog a lovely new collar and leash or a harness. Collars, leashes, and harnesses come in many holiday styles such as plaid, black or red velvet, leather, and glittering with rhinestones and other faux gems. Of course, if you enjoy finding outfits for your dog, you can also find collars, leashes, and harnesses to match any outfits you might purchase so your dog will be coordinated.

For longhaired dogs, especially Toy and small breed dogs, you can look for bows, barrettes, and other hair accessories to celebrate the season. You can also find hair accessories to match outfits. Don’t forget to buy the rubber bands you usually need to hold your dog’s hair when using these accessories. A doggy topknot can be very cute with a bright Christmas bow.

Party outfits. Many owners like to dress up Toy breeds and small dogs in party clothes over the holidays. Outfits range from party casual to very elegant ensembles. You can find beautiful clothes in velvet, satin, silk, man-made materials, and gauzes. You can even dress your dog like an angel with wings. You can be as traditional or as creative as you like with your dog’s outfits.

Bedtime. You can also find bedtime clothes for your dog. These outfits are particularly popular during the holidays when owners may be spending time at home with their dogs on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Look for pajamas and nightgowns in fun styles and in traditional looks. You can even find handsome robes for your dog, too!

Miscellaneous. In addition to clothes, you can make your dog more festive for the season with some touches like painting his nails or using nail caps over his nails. Nail caps are plastic temporary nails in various colors that easily fit over your dog’s real nails. Don’t forget that your dog needs some good grooming for the holidays, too! A nice bath and haircut for your dog this time of year is always a good idea, especially if you will be having friends come to your house or taking your dog to visit others.

Whenever choosing clothing and accessories for your dog it’s always a good idea to keep your dog’s personality in mind. Is your dog playful and fun? Is he noble and aristocratic? Is he laid back and cool? There are clothes to fit every dog’s personality. Look for styles that suit your dog’s individual nature.

Toy breeds and small dogs are dressed up more often than larger dogs but most dog clothes come in larger sizes. There’s no reason why you can’t dress up your medium or larger dog. Check the descriptions for the clothes to see if they come in larger sizes. You might be surprised how fun dressing up your dog for the holidays can be! Remember, if dressing your dog up isn’t for you, he’ll always appreciate a beautiful new collar.

Our pampered pets will get to go on plenty of fun outings with us. Of course, you want them to look their best, so what do you need to dress your baby up and be on trend? Here are some of the hottest dog fashion trends:

Bright Dog Bows

Just like dressing up a little girl, your pampered princess pooch needs some super cute dog bows for this Spring and Summer. They should be bright and match any outfit that she’s wearing. They should also be adorned with curls or with cute, interlacing ribbons that make a pattern. Most of the hottest bows right now also have a shiny charm in the middle that stands out from the rest of the bow. The great thing is that these are really reasonable, even the designer ones, and you can also recycle children’s bows that you can find anywhere for your sweet furry baby.

Bling Charms

Bling charms for your dog’s collar are all the rage right now and you’ll want to have plenty for each different look. These are pretty inexpensive and can be found online, at your local pet store or at different pet boutiques. You can also easily use different jewelry charms that you can purchase at discount stores for your pet’s collar to make a unique, totally “you” look that stands out.

Rhinestone Collars

Even boy dogs are sporting some bling this year with the wonderful rhinestone collars that are out. You can go as bright and blingy as you want, or as muted as you want – but rhinestones are all the rage right now when it comes to collars. You can either buy your own rhinestone collars at local stores or online, or you can make your own for a completely unique look. Either way, this is one accessory that you cannot do without.

Spaghetti Strap Dresses

Your little princess needs cute, springy spaghetti strap sundresses to be on trend this year. These can be found anywhere you look – online, at pet shops, discount stores. And, you can even make your own out of recycled baby dresses. These are usually pretty reasonable to purchase, even the designer ones, so make sure that you have several to choose from for your next outing with your baby.

Printed T-Shirts

Boys and girls are on trend with dog fashions this year if you have several different printed t-shirts for them to sport when you’re out. The great thing about this is that the more custom or DIY they are, the better! Old baby onsies and t-shirts for newborns make great additions to your dog fashion collection this year and keep you on trend with everyone else.

Remember that no matter what type of fashions you are looking for  for your pup, these different trends are sure to keep you and your dog looking as hot as possible. And, the best part is that you can do it without spending a fortune.

What would any posh pooch be without some haute designer accessories? Just like you, won’t your furry pal love a cool new Coach or Juicy Couture item to show off around the town? Of course they would and if you are someone that loves designer accessories of any type, there are always some wonderful designer dog accessories out there to love too. Here are some of our favorites:

GG Collection Personalized Pet Jar

With this gorgeous personalized treat jar, your pooch will never have to really beg for a treat again. You can get this Tuscan style jar, complete with a customized antiqued aluminum base and label to ensure that your dog is simply the best around. Also, you’ll never have to worry about hiding those treat bags when company comes over any longer – you’ll be dying to show off this beauty to anyone that comes into your home.

Louis Vuitton Dog Leash

Hey Louis Vuitton fans, here is exactly what your dog needs when you’re out for a stroll. This beautiful Louis Vuitton dog leash matches all of the luxury accessories that you own and everyone will know that you only buy the best for your furry friend – even if it’s just for your daily walk.

 

Coach Collar

Oh Coach, we couldn’t have a list of designer dog accessories without you! We all love Coach purses and why should your dog suffer without something cool to match? Well, Coach offers a wonderful line of dog collars that come with different little charms and designs to match any style that you might own. And with a pretty decent price for a Coach accessory, you may end up buying several to match all of your Coach items.

Paul Frank Julius Dog Bed

We have all see that funky monkey from Paul Frank Julius around in designer stores, discount stores, and the mall and chances are that if you have kids (or are simply a kid at heart), you have something with this monkey on it. Well, don’t leave your pet out. Here is your chance to get your dog their own cute bed that offers something colorful, yet still posh and designer for your pet. Plus, they are completely eco friendly and made from recycled plastic bottles – meaning that now you’re stylish and eco friendly!

Juicy Couture Dog Trench Coat

While all of the other dogs shiver in the cold, why not let your dog stand out in a gorgeous herringbone trench coat from Juicy Couture? You can find it to match your favorite Juicy Couture trench and the two of you will look adorable as you stroll around town. Of course, this designer accessory is only for dogs from 2 up to 15 pounds, so if you own a bigger dog, then you are out of luck for this cute luxury item.

No matter what designer you are in love with at the moment, you will easily find some great designer dog accessories online and through some of the larger designer stores in your area. The best part is that the vast majority of them are priced so reasonably that you have no excuse not to get a few of them for your favorite fur ball.

Every dog owner wants great dog accessories for their furry friend, but sometimes we just don’t want to pay a massive amount for them. Shopping online, shopping clearance sales at the local pet shops, and even finding cute hand made items can still end up costing more than you really want to spend. Well, instead of spending a ton of money on little accessories for your favorite pooch, why not learn how to make some cute ones at home without spending any money? Here are three easy do-it-yourself ideas for cute dog accessories that you can easily pull off at home:

 

  1. Onesie T-Shirts: For those with smaller dogs or toy breeds, you love seeing them in cute little shirts and other dress up fun but those outfist can be expensive. So why not make your own out of some cute little onesies? You can easily take old or new onesies for babies and turn them into super cute dog shirts. Here’s what you’ll need: 1 onesie, needle and thread (or sewing machine), scissors, pencil or pen, and a ruler. Rule of thumb for these cute DIY shirts, if your dog weighs less than 15 pounds you will need a newborn size if they are 15 and above you will need the 0-3 months size, and if you have a 6 pound or under pooch, look for preemie sizes. Now, put the onesie on your dog with the graphic up on their back. Mark off where the bottom should be cut right about where their hips start, so nothing is in the way of them walking. Cut along that line, then sew a simple hem in that area of the onesie. Once your hem is done, so is your new dog shirt! It really is that easy!
  2. Snazzy Dog Collars: Oh don’t fall for those cute little blinged up collars at the pet store that cost $20 or more. You can easily make your own at home with just a few things and you’ll be able to totally customize it however you want! Here’s what you’ll need: a plain dog collar of your choice, different sized and colored rhinestones, hot glue gun, and tweezers. Now, you simply warm up the hot glue gun (which can be found at most larger discount stores for less than $10) and use the tweezers to hold the rhinestones as you put a small dot of hot glue on them. Place them on the collar where you want them to go with the tweezers and let dry. You can use strong craft glue for this, but hot glue will give and bend a bit more when the collar is bent around your dog’s neck. With this easy idea, you can make different collars for different times of the year or as your dog gets older.
  3. Costumes: Halloween and other holidays mean fun dress up times for your tiny dog but expensive items for you. Thank goodness there are thousands of different dog costume patterns out there that you can easily make at home! It is a bit harder to show you exactly how to do these all in one article, because there are so many different costumes out there. The great thing is that there are hundreds of free patterns that you can find all over the place for costumes like hot dogs, a shark eating your dog, a cowboy, and so on. Or with just a little bit of imagination at a thrift shop in the kid’s section, you can find some great ideas for the perfect dog costume for your little baby.

 

With just these three little ideas, you can easily cut out some of the biggest costs that come with dog accessories. Making your own collars, your own clothing, and your own costumes for your dog will not only help you save money, but it will help keep you up on the latest trends in dog accessories as well as your pooch looking as cute as possible.

DIY Doggie Pjs

One of the cutest trends  is doggie pjs. While they can get a little pricey if you’re looking at designer ones, others are pretty reasonable. Of course, if you can’t find ones that you totally love on your dog, then what do you do? You can make your own doggie pjs and still be on trend this year for cheap. Here is what you’ll need to do:

Find some cute baby onesies with legs at your local discount store, online, or even at garage sales. You can always find ones that match your pjs, or that compliment them. Finding a few that are really cheap at a discount store or garage sale can be great to practice on until you get everything down just the way you want. Not sure what size to get? It’s pretty easy, for dogs under 6 pounds, look for preemie clothes. For dogs from 6 to 15 pounds, look for newborn clothes. For dogs over 15 pounds, look for 0-3 month old baby clothes. If you have a larger dog, you will have to look for child sizes. Buying cheap child pjs at garage sales gives you an easy way to determine what size will fit your dog without spending a lot of time, energy, and money buying the wrong one and having to take them all back.

Once you have a few to practice on, start by putting them on your dog, but be careful with their tail for right now as you’ll make an area just for this later. You want the cute design to be up on the back, even if the zipper or buttons are there. Now, take a pen and mark along the behind (for the tail) as well as the stomach. You basically want to leave an area open for your dog to use the bathroom without getting it all over their pjs as well as a opening for their tail to move and wag. Once you have these areas marked, take the pjs off your pooch and cut along the line.

After you’ve got everything cut out, take a needle and thread or your sewing machine, and sew simple hems along every area that you’ve cut. This can be a bit time consuming until you get the hang of it, and you can also find hem tape as well as seam glue at local craft and sewing stores, or online. Once you get a little better with hemming up your dog’s pjs, you can get more fancy with different types of ribbon around the hem and other cute bric-a-brac as well.

Now that everything is sewn up, you are ready for your furry baby to sport their new pjs. It might take a bit for them to get used to the new clothes, but once they do and realize that they are snuggly and comfy, you’ll have a pj fan for life

Halloween is a fun holiday that we can share with our dogs. Not only can we dress up in our favorite costume, but we can also dress our best friend up in a costume, too! You and your dog can be someone else and go trick or treating. Just be sure your dog gets doggy treats and no chocolate.

When it comes to choosing a Halloween costume for your dog, there are some things you should keep in mind: safety, comfort, and your dog’s personality. You may think your dog would look great wearing a three-foot wide aluminum flying saucer but if your dog wants to eat it and it’s not comfortable for him – and it’s totally not his personality – chances are that it’s not the best costume for him.

Safety. One of the most important things to consider when choosing a costume for your dog is safety. There are all kinds of Halloween costumes for dogs today. Some of them are very extravagant and they look like they might have come from Broadway shows. But please keep in mind that your dog has to wear these contraptions. If the costume has a hat, an eye patch, a visor, or something else that covers his eyes, it can impair his vision and cause problems. If your dog can’t see, he’s likely to walk into things or be unenthusiastic about walking at all. Take your photos with the dog wearing the hat but lose it before letting him try to walk in it.

If the costume has a cape or trails the ground, your dog could trip on it and fall. So, if you think your dog would look cute as UnderDog, if the costume comes with a cape, you may have to do some alterations to make it safe for your dog to wear.

Comfort. From your dog’s point of view, comfort is probably the most important consideration. Your dog is only wearing the costume to please you and make you happy. If he has to wear the costume, make sure that it’s comfortable for him. That means you need to avoid costumes that are very restrictive. Costumes that have tight bands, especially around the neck or the legs, will likely be unpopular with your dog. Make sure your dog has plenty of room in these areas.

You should also consider the fabric weight when choosing a costume. If you have a dog with a thick coat, he will probably appreciate a lighter weight fabric. Anything heavy weight will probably be uncomfortable for him. A smoothcoated dog will probably be able to wear heavier fabrics without much problem but don’t overdo it. Putting a sherpa parka on a smoothcoated dog, even in October, will probably make many dogs uncomfortable.

Personality
. Remember that every dog is a unique individual. Some dogs enjoy dressing up much more than other dogs. If your dog has dressed up for Halloween or is used to wearing clothes for other reasons, he will probably like wearing a costume better than a dog that has never worn a costume before.

However, just because your dog hasn’t dressed up for Halloween before doesn’t mean he won’t like it. Try choosing a simpler costume for him so you won’t have to fuss a lot when you put it on. Keep things simple and comfortable for your dog. Don’t make your dog wear the costume for long periods of time. Keep things fun when your dog wears the costume.

If you keep these three things in mind – safety, comfort, and your dog’s personality – you should be able to choose a great costume for your dog. Remember to start looking at costumes early. There are lots of costumes to choose from and you’ll want plenty of time to decide. Happy Halloween!

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While there are many well-known couture designers who make clothes and accessories for dogs, there are also lots of designers and companies which specialize in making apparel and other items just for dogs. Many of these brands are easier to find and they can offer a wider range of clothing options. They are also sometimes less expensive than the couture designers. These clothes are often great for everyday or play wear for your dog. You probably don’t want your dog to roll in the mud when he’s wearing something made by Ralph Lauren.

On the other hand, there are many designers who specialize in some quite beautiful, even spectacular designs for dogs. If you’re wondering where to find the perfect wedding gown for your dog, you will probably want to check with one of these canine specialists.

Fashions for Dogs

Designers who specialize in fashion for dogs include Central Bark Couture, Chez Fluffy Couture, Doggie Show Girls, Gidget-Gear by Tiki, Hip Doggie, L’Izzura, Louis Dog, Mochi & Jolie, Molly & June (raincoats), Oscar Newman Pink Polka Dog (hoodies and Tees), Pinkaholic New York (bows, harnesses, tees), Puppia Collection, Puppy Angel, Romy & Jacob, Roxy & Lulu, Ruff Ruff Couture, Susan Lanci Designs (made to order), Tuck & Tula Collection (bows, harnesses, vests), Wooflink Collection, and Yvette Ruta Collection (wedding gowns and other things)

These brands are typically made of good materials and have good workmanship. They tend to be more expensive than dog clothes you buy off the rack at your local pet supply store. Some of these clothes are custom made or tailored to fit your dog.

Popular Brands
You can also find many popular brands of dog clothes for everyday wear. These clothes are usually easy to find online or at your local pet supply store and they usually come in sizes from x-small to x-large. It’s a good idea for you to know your dog’s measurements when buying dog clothes, of course. You should measure around your dog’s neck; from the back of the neck to the root of the tail; across the chest at the widest point; and around the ribcage just behind the elbows. If you know these measurements you should be able to select an outfit that fits your dog.

Popular brands you might find in your local pet store include Wagwear, Top Paw, Pedigree Perfection, North Fetch, Tommy Bahama, Hip Doggie, Harley Davidson, Grreat Choice, East Side Collection, and many others.

You can expect to find just about any kind of clothing for your dog in these brands, ranging from dresses and Tees to hoodies and coats. You’ll find pajamas, skirts and tops in all kinds of styles. There are play clothes, dressy clothes, summer clothes, cold weather clothes, urban street clothes, and clothes for picnics. You can find outfits for just about any kind of occasion or way you want to dress your dog. Plus there are usually matching accessories such as bows, collars, and leashes. These brands are usually reasonably priced.

Whether you are looking for a wedding gown and bridesmaid dresses for your dog or something a little simpler, there are plenty of doggy designers who can provide you with the kind of canine clothes you’re seeking. Have fun looking at all the doggy fashions!