It’s no secret that we here at PageDaily love fashion. So it should come as no surprise that we like to keep our pups looking stylish too! Whether you have a posh Poodle, chic Chihuahua or luxury-loving Labrador, there’s no reason humans should get to have all the fun with fashion. Here are our picks for the pampered pooch in your life.
We were introduced to the adorable Thundershirt by PageDaily founder Melissa Meyers. Her darling Shih Tzu Cinnamon gets the shakes during stormy weather, and this snug and comforting top is the only thing that calms her down short of doggie Prozac. Cinnamon also likes to sport her pink skull and crossbones collar.
TIGI is one of our favorite salon haircare brands, but did you know they make products for your dog, too? Shampoo and condition your canine’s coat with TIGI (for dogs!) Cleansing Products. Kiehl’s is another one of our go-to beauty brands. If you want a spa-quality pet grooming product, their Cuddly Coat shampoo is a must.
Everyone loves to get a gift in a little blue box. Whether it’s Fido’s birthday or just because, the Sniffany & Co Soft Toy makes a delightful present…and chew toy!
And speaking of special occasions, what better way to celebrate than with cookies? These cupcake and bone-shaped birthday cookies are adorable and dog friendly.
Lots of pet-loving designers and brands have dabbled in dog designing. One of our favorites is Juicy Couture’s line for dogs. Check out this adorable container to house all of their toys.
It can be hard to find any large bag that is still chic, let alone one to fit your pooch in. Unsurprisingly, Michael Kors has created a pet carrier with true panache.
For a more affordable dose of doggie designer, we adore this chic leash by Marc Jacobs. If you’re craving a little more glamour for your pup, this leopard leash is perfect. It’s ideal for the eco-friendly pet owner because it is made with recycled materials. We love this look with the matching collar.
If you prefer that your dog wears a harness instead of a leash, Puppia Harnesses come in an array of colors and sizes to choose from. Harnesses were created for smaller dogs, in order to protect their necks from too much strain and tugging, as well as from slipping out of collars while on walks.