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Dog_Accessory.jpgEveryone knows you love your pooch. By the way you shower him with tons of love and affection, its obvious. For you though, its never enough. Your dog is your pride and joy and you want to make sure that he feels like he is living in the lap of luxury. The word “spoiled” to you is just another term for love. So you are constantly going out of your way to find new dog accessories for your pooch. What types of things are available for loved dogs like yours? Well, keep reading and you’ll find the answers.

First and foremost, one of the most popular accessories today, are doggie clothes. People love to dress up their pooches and the possibilities out there are endless. Do you go on a lot of walks with your dog? Get him a matching sweatshirt! Are the Pittsburgh Steelers your favorite sports team? Order your pup a custom Polamalu #43 jersey. Are you going to a golf event? Buy your puppy a puppy polo! You can even order custom polo’s because companies like Ralph Lauren have a doggie line! If you’re dog is a female, there are also doggie dresses available as well!


Jewelry is also the latest craze. Products for primping your pooch are hitting the market at warp speed. There are doggie bows, doggie barrettes, and fancy doggie charms. Also, dog collars, especially the kind that sparkle, are getting lots of attention - especially within the celebrity world. Photo ID tags are also becoming fancier as they are added with more and more jewels for owners.


Dog carriers allow you to take your dog where you need to go - in style! Doggie carriers are incredibly popular by society as a whole. They are so popular that special designers, such as Louis Vuitton, Burberry, and Chanel, are creating specials dog carries that have a similar feel the purses and handbags that they offer. You can actually purchase an entire set - a purse, a wallet, and a dog carrier, all within the same material family within the line. This way, you, your credit cards, and your pooch will be matching and virtually unmistakable as a pair. Average prices for these carriers range anywhere from $99 to $300. However, the specialty designers typically charge a lot more; they will typically be between $2,000 and $5,000. The designer carriers are typically trendier within the celebrity world.


Pampering your pooch isn’t always going to break the bank. There are plenty of deals out there on really nice things. If you’re at a website that offers pooch pampering materials, check out their sale department. Items on sale are typically just as nice as the full priced items, but they are just from last year’s model. Nobody can tell the difference if it’s a brand new item or if it’s used so definitely dive into the clearance items. Just because you want to pamper your puppy doesn’t mean you have to break the bank. Your dog will still know you love him!

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