Make your pets feel special by dressing them up for the holidays in the latest holiday pet fashions.
Golddiggersinc.com sells green and red Jezebelle’s for cats and dogs of all sizes. They also make Jezebelle’s for every occasion, not just Christmas, so that your pet can look good all year round ($10).
Decorate your dog’s collar with these cute handmade charms from fetchitpets.com. The charms come in many holiday-themed shapes, including candy canes, dreidels, and Christmas wreaths ($8).
Lighted Antlers, Angel Halos, and More
Kyjen.com has an entire line of Christmas outfits and accessories. Your dog will be the life of the party whether he’s wearing cute reindeer antlers or a full Santa suit. You can also find all sorts of holiday-themed toys for your pets ($3-$18).
The glowing lights on these red and green collars, from aglinnovations.com, are not only festive but also keep your dog visible and safe during a nighttime walk ($9-$10).
These adorable red velvet and white boa trimmed Santa bandanas from foxandhounds.com come in four sizes to fit your dog perfectly. Other holiday selections include scrunchy dog collars ($14-$16).
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