PupStyle CEO and Author, Dara Foster was a guest on Fox Business News on Halloween to chat about the impact of social media on pet halloween costume spending and what is causing the surge in pet Halloween costume spending. Dara can be reached for further interviews and comments at Press@PupStyle.com
It’s summer and that means BBQ’s, graduations, fireworks and dog weddings!! Yes, dog weddings. Whether your dog is getting remarried or is a first time bride, check out these A-mazing options by Linda Higgins. For dog wedding styling help designing the perfect dog bridesmaid dress or best-dog tux for your wedding contact Dara Foster – Dara@PupStyle.com .
This is nothing new to our loyal PupStyle readers, but the demand for couture, original dog wedding dresses to “one up” your friends is wildly growing.
If you want one of the most original, high-class, couture wedding dresses Linda Higgins Designs has you covered. Linda can look at a picture of your favorite celeb wedding gown or any dress inspiration and re-create it especially for you!
Traditional White For the First Time Bride.
For divorced dog getting re-married, Linda designs beautiful wedding gowns in ivory with some unexpected flair!
“Ivory Dresses for the Second Time Around bride”
Nothing barks PupStyle louder than chic winter gloves with dog in the palms of your hands. Walking your dog in style just got warmer thanks to TalkingGloves in Istanbul, Turkey. They hand craft these sassy accessories from a soft lambswool blend making them soft and toasty.
Most of the designs are unisex in style and color and both kids and adults love them. They make a great holiday gift and fashion piece. The minimalist dog shapes keep them looking clean and modern.
Pair these with a plaid or checked scarf and your favorite torn jeans and leather boots for a perfect fall/winter look! They also offer cat versions for the feline lovers out there so it’s easy one stop gift shopping.
The fingerless gloves are ideal for the multi tasking dog walker. You can keep a tight grip on the leash, easily pull out pick-up bags from your pocket and answer texts all while flawlessly drinking a latte.
A really special gift at $36 plus shipping and handling.
The Handicapped Pets Foundation is and amazing organization dedicated to extending the life of Handicapped Pets by helping them move; getting the exercise they need to live long, happy, healthy lives!
Handscappedpets.com recently ran a dog model calendar contest with over 37,000 votes! I bet you didn’t know there were so many active special need pet parents out there did ya? We are overjoyed that special needs pets are finally getting the attention they deserve and are being rescued in higher number than ever before.
This touches a special place in our hearts at PupStyle because PupStyle Sticker Book model “Oscar Madison” and is sister “Tiki” are winners! CONGRATULATIONS OSCAR!!!
Oscar was a death row doggie and saved just in the neck of time. He went from death row to poster dog for wheelchair dogs gaining nationwide attention and fame! Check out his story here on Buzzed.com by his mana, C. Merry Ceres.
You can sign up to pre-order the beautiful 2016 HandicappedPets.com calendar today which will begin shipping soon! These make a great holiday gifts! Who doesn’t need a new calendar each year anyway?
Oscar’s parents created a very heartwarming behind the scenes video of my Sticker Book photo shoot with Oscar. This little guy is so special and faster than a Greyhound on wheels! It was a fun challenge to style him and keep the breaks on so the little dude wouldn’t go flying off the set.
If you would like to order the PupStyle Sticker Book featuring the inspiring “Oscar Madison” as “Astro Rocket Dog” click here at Amazon.com
I hope this calendar and story about Oscar will inspire you to help spread the word about how handicapped dog can live fabulous, fulfilling lives! Next time you are thinking about adopting a rescue pet, consider earning your angel wings by giving hope and a bright future to a special need pet.
Let’s be honest, Corgi’s are famous for their cute butts and I think 3D designer Eric Ho agrees. He’s taken the Corgi butt fetish to a whole new level with his genius bottle opener design. This cool 3D printed Corgi shaped bottle opener is coated in 24K gold and hangs on a key chain for stylish unlocking too.
This is is the ultimate unique gift for a Corgi lover or design junkie. Great price at $29!
This is a sponsored post by PupStyle and these opinions are 100% my own.
Contrary to outer appearances, the smallest toy dog breeds – even the ones who might on occasion wear bowties and top hats – are still related to the mighty wolf.
So despite the style choices, these dogs still require a diet resembling what their ancestors ate in the wild. PupStyle.com CEO, Mr. Oliver is no exception and became super WILD and frisky after his recent protein packed Natural Balance® Wild Pursuit™ lunch.
The high-protein kibble, with 20 grams of protein, means Oliver can maintain his healthy waistline for all of the summer fashion photo shoots and still have the energy to scope out other dogs to boss around.
Oliver is so wild after his tasty lunch that he’s attempting to hack the nutrition code of Natural Balance® Wild Pursuit™.
Natural Balance® Wild Pursuit™ makes Oliver so happy he forgets he having a bad hair day and eating out of a can instead of a plate-GASP!
Natural Balance® Wild Pursuit™ puts Oliver so in touch with his wild side that he completely forgets his manners and mistakes tires for trees…OOPS!
Natural Balance® Wild Pursuit™ is formulated to satisfy your dog’s wild side and even the most pampered pet’s ancestral cravings.
Scholastic Book Author & TV Personality, Dara Foster will be signing copies of her latest book at the Lord & Taylor store in Twelve Oaks Mall for Charity Day this Saturday, May 2nd from 1-3PM.
Come on over to Twelve Oaks Mall in Novi Michigan and meet Dara for a signed copy of your PupStyle Sticker Book. Charity Day proceeds benefiting women’s health organizations at every Lord & Taylor store nationwide.
PupStyle.com Founder, Dara Foster gives a lively interview to the Wall Street Journal about the growing trend of dressing up small animals this holiday season—yup, as in Guinea Pigs. The article begins on the front page of Saturday’s paper, December 20, 2014.
Click below to watch the video featured on WSJ.com