Just when you see think you’ve seen it all, along comes a Pug dressed up in a Valentine’s hoodie. With so many holidays during the year, you might think it’s cute to dress up your furry friend according to what holiday it is. However, there are several things to look for when choosing a pet holiday costume. Here are a few of them.
It doesn’t take much to stress out a French poodle or a Persian cat, so be sure their eyes and breathing pathways remain unobstructed. If their heads are covered or impeded from turning in any way, this too may cause extra stress for that little buddy of yours. Above all, you’ll need to remember to leave their paws unhindered–unless it’s snowing and icy outside.
Wash n’ Wear Quality
Let’s face it–accidents happen. It doesn’t matter if you have a slobbering Boxer, a spitting Siamese cat or maybe Queenie had too much to eat and went all over the floor. Whatever holiday costume you get, get one that is washable and doesn’t wrinkle. In addition, you’ll need costumes that are certified as being of a non-flammable material.
Wide Selection of Costumes
Whether it’s an NFL jacket with a hoodie or a ballerina outfit for your little favorite mutt, having a good selection of items for your little family pet is vitally important. If you want to go with your favorite team gear, be sure to get only officially endorsed team costumes as they are guaranteed for their quality.
All these above mentioned things are easily available with just one “click here” of your mouse. Today, online shopping at any of several good costume e-stores makes getting your pet holiday costumes fun, convenient and easier than ever before.