Is Your Dog A Fashionista?

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Pet parents spend more money on food, treats, spa and grooming and clothing for their beloved furbabies than at any time in recent memory. Why are we doing this? Because there are myriad options for items to pamper our pets and there are more options for clothing and treats for the smallest dog to the largest.

Dressing our pets has become commonplace. Whether you dress your dog in a frilly tutu or a t-shirt that shows his loyalty to a particular sports team, pet parents love the idea of dressing their pet like a fashionista.

If you're a new pet parent, how can you get your pet clothes-ready? Here are a few tips:

  • Start young with getting him or her accustomed to clothing. If you're adopting a senior dog, you can still slowly introduce him to clothing.
  • Make sure the clothing item fits properly. Don't buy anything so baggy that your pet trips and gets hurt.
  • Don't make your pet wear something that covers her eyes. Some dogs don't mind wearing sunglasses for brief bursts of time, but if your pet seems scared, don't force it.
  • Have fun. If there is a pet costume party, have fun and dress your pet up -- you could even wear matching costumes!
  • If your pet just isn't fond of wearing clothing, start off by dressing her in a bandana. A bandana makes a fashion statement without your dog getting stressed by being in a full outfit.

Pearl Snap Pups -- Lippy Libby Dog Bandana makes a fashion statement and gives you an opportunity to dress your dog up and let her inner fashionista shine!

  • 100% cotton, red and blue paisley
  • Faux leather and Pearl Snap details on front.
  • Faux leather and Pearl Snap closures.
  • Use collar measurement for best size.
  • size up if in between sizes.
  • From teacup breeds to St. Bernards there is a bandana size for every breed!

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