National Dress Up Your Pet Day

Yesterday might as well have been Fashion Week for Animals. It was National Dress Up Your Pet Day! Despite being part of an animal-loving bunch, I won’t lie – when I was younger I thought people who placed bows on their cats or sweaters on their dogs were a little weird. That is, until I discovered how absolutely adorable the results can be. I am a very firm believer that anything that irritates or is otherwise uncomfortable for the pet should be avoided but as long as your pet doesn’t mind, celebrating this day takes “cute” to a whole new level. Make sure your dog, cat, bunny, etc can move freely – after all, you want them to be able to show off their ensemble!

Pretty in pink!

Whether you opt for a festive costume (my dog has a Santa Suit she loves prancing around in during the holidays) or a weather-appropriate outfit (she also has a pink winter coat for when it snows), show us how you and your furry friend would celebrate the holiday by leaving pictures below! Share any outfit ideas or crazy costumes you’ve seen with us in the comments.
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