Let’s face it, we all love to spoil our dogs and we want them to look fresh, hip, and stylish no matter the season.
When it comes to leashes, collars, bandannas, and accessories, there’s no shortage of fun shops and sites to check out. And there certainly isn’t a shortfall of fabrics, patterns, ribbons or designs either. If you happen to be looking for something super specific, most artisans are happy to help and will likely be amenable to creating the perfect custom order for your four-legged friends.
Here are a few fab finds that will set your pooch a paw ahead of the rest.
You can never have too many collars! Check out artisans on Etsy for something unique and often handmade with that extra bit of love. You can find something for any sized pooch from XS to XXL.
Want something really fashion forward? Try something made from hemp or perhaps a piece with that extra little bit of floral flair to launch us right into the spring/summer season.
2. THE TIE/BOW TIE
Ties and bow ties are all the rage. You can find them with complete collars for a more debonair shirt and tie style or there are several options that just clip or slide onto/over your dog’s collar.
Perhaps your pooch has an important event to attend (an engagement, wedding, or dinner party.) If you want them to look their best, this look says it all!
Again, there’s so much variety in fabric and pattern. Who can resist a dog in a bow tie?
3. THE BANDANNA
Looking for more every-day wear? Or perhaps something to celebrate/commemorate a holiday? The bandanna is the perfect daily accessory to give your pooch that wee bit of flair.
4. A NEW LEASH
Sure, you can stick with the same old nylon leash or you can find something that’s more reflective of your personality.
5. THE TAG
Your dog’s tag is SUPER important. You want it to be sturdy and withstand the test of time. Red Dingo has fabulous tags with sizes ranging from small to large. They’ll never rust, never erode, and are made of solid stainless steel.
HANDY TIP: Given that we live in an age where we’re attached to our mobile devices, it is a good idea to include your pet’s name, preferred phone number, and email address on the tag. That way, there’s an alternate way to contact you if your pet’s found.