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.
Where to snag these snazzy costumes and accessories??? Check out Petsmart for all the exclusive costumes and DoggieCoutureShop.com for the elegant beaded leashes and other fun Halloween goodies for your pet.
If you LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the green LED collar and Leash set featured as much as we do, go to MhuGhu.com.
Special Thank you to all of our Celebri-Dog rescue models for joining in on the fun today!
We love you Oliver, Miyuki, Nobu and Princess Gracie and their wonderful mamas for showing America how perfect rescue dogs can be! Thank you for helping spread the message!
The National Retail Federation estimates that American’s will spend a whopping $350 million this year on pet Halloween costumes. Finally the days are winding down when the neighbors call you the “crazy dog person” who dresses up their dog.
I am often asked this question “Dara, I can’t decide on what to dress my dog up as for Halloween. What is your advice?”
Tune into the Better Show October 28,2014 for my Halloween dog costume trends fashion show and tips for choosing the right costume. Check local listings for time, but in the mean time you can read my tips below to help you get started.
1. Age–older dogs are less likely to chew on a costume unlike a teething puppy who might turn it chew toy and possibly choke on materials.
2. Size & Shape-think about the size and shape of your dog. A large Yellow Lab or Bulldog might make a better Hamburger than a poodle.
3. Measure your dog carefully-Take careful measurements of your dogs chest, length of his body from base of neck to base of tail, weight, neck and waist. Be sure to compare your dogs measurements to the size chart on the costume. You would be surprised at how being one once off on your measurements and blow your entire costume idea.
4. Brush and groom your dog-Give your dog a through brushing before putting the costume on. It will reduce loose pet hair on the costume and your pooch will look extra spiffy!
It’s no secret that pet fashion is booming! This year, pet fashion designers are keeping in step with Seventh Avenue and I’ll be showing you the pet fashion trends following the runways from New York Fall Fashion week. Peep me on Better TV’s morning show “The Better Show” tomorrow Feb 26! Check your local listings for times http://better.tv and keep on PupStyling!
Behind the Scenes in the green room. Super rescue dog model Miyuki waiting for her close up! She’s so pro!!!
Looking for a fun and easy last costume idea for your Yorkie or any long hair small breed with a ground sweeping coat? This great idea came to us via PupStyle Flicker Group member Karla Spence. She simply topped off her cutie with a hat and tie and VIOLA–“Cousin It” appears!