29 November 2015
Are Your Pet Ready For Winter Holidays?
How many times have confessed to friends that our little furry friend is like a son to us? On the other hand, love for a dog when it is sincere, it has no boundaries and this is demonstrated, for buying him luxury and fashionable accessories,
In a month will come one of the biggest holidays of this year – Christmas. To celebrate this fantasy and tradition Day, I think you are now might start to plan how to dress up your lovely dog on Christmas at the same time when you are dressing up the house. To let your dog shine by dressing up for the festivities is a wonderful thing. Costumes and formal wear can be found in pet stores, online boutiques and even custom-made for your pooch. It is so easy, isn’t it? Find what the best is for your four-legged friend, get dressed up and snap lots of photos to remember their special outfit. Better yet – take her for her own photo with Santa. So here are some tips that can help you choose better dog clothing.
Headpieces are an entertaining and festive way to dress up you dog for Christmas. This option works well for dogs that have long thick fur and also do not mind wearing things on their heads for an extended period time. Antlers are very popular at most pet stores. You’d better look for a set with a Velcro strap around the chin so that your dog will better adjust the fit. Elf headpieces are also a good choice for your doggie. But remember to choose lightweight so that your dog will be comfortable.
Collars and harnesses will also be wonderful for your dog. Every year, there are lots of Christmas-themed products produced by the manufacturers. Changing your dog’s collar or harness to a simple green or red or something more Christmaslish can show Christmas spirit.
Tiny paws can get quite cold in winter so it's small dog socks to the rescue. Non-skid feature applied to the paw area will help keep your dog feeling secure on slippery surfaces.