What Kind of Dog Clothes Should You Choose? Dress up your little dog in fabulous pet fashions. The two of you will meet new people. It would be hard for others to notice how cute your little guy is in that Hawaiian shirt as you stroll along your usual walking paths. He will definitely enjoy all the attention and you may find yourself making new friends. Most dogs like to interact with people. Dog fashions are a wonderful conversation starter for the both of you. Here are few tips on teaching your little dog to accept putting on a sweater for extra warmth in public: 1. Practice getting clothes on and off at home. Give your dog treats and make dressing your dog a very happy time for the both of you. 2.Take your time when dressing your dog. 3. Select clothes that are easy to get on and off. Look for clothes with Velcro closings or snaps and generous sized arm holes. Select your dog's clothes for comfort as well as for style. Once your dog is accustomed to getting clothes on and off at home, you should not have any problem pulling out a sweater if a sudden chilly wind blows up somewhere and you want your dog to stay warm. When choosing your dog's clothes take his personality into account. Fashion for dogs is like fashion for humans, it is all about a personal style. It is fairly easy to put a pink bow and a dress with matching lace on a little girl dog, but what about those "males." What kind of personality does your little boy have? Is he the Protector type? Or a playboy type of guy who thinks himself the coolest dude in town? Whatever his personality, match up his clothes to create a style that matches his personality. For example, if he is an Alpha Male and the little girl dogs think he is so very charming, he most likely can wear about anything from a fun T-shirt to a classy looking hat. Just don't ever put anything pink on him. Do you have a little girl dog that is definitely a "Princess?" Dress her up in anything that is "pink." She never gets dirty even when she romps and plays with the tom-boys of the group. I have a Shih Tzu named Ginger and every time I groom her hair, put ribbons and topknots in her hair, she sits quietly on the steps of the porch as if she does not want to mess up herself. The rest of the time, she runs around squawking like a chicken - at those times I nickname her "Rooster." Every dog has its very own unique personality. Have fun with your dog clothes and dress your dogs up according to their personalities.
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