Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Pets Can Honor 9/11 Too




September 11, 2001 is a day every American will remember vividly for the rest of their lives. As we honor the tenth anniversary of this infamous day, let us all remember the sacrifices made by so many to keep us safe and our freedoms secure.

At the Posh Puppy Boutique, we sell pet outfits that let your animals honor the brave men and women—and the many innocent victims—who perished on that fateful day.

Among our costumes is a bright red Fire Dog With Hat ($30), complete with reflective yellow stripes on the back and front legs. It comes complete with a squeak toy fire extinguisher held on with Velcro. Sizes range from extra-small to extra-large.

Honor police officers with a Canine Cop Costume ($30), complete with blue cap and plastic handcuffs.

We also carry a wide assortment of pet clothing that will not only honor the military every time it’s worn, but provide added comfort and style for your pet.

Take a look at our Green Camo Vest ($108), which both wind and water-proof. Fleece lined, they have removable hoods and have drawstrings for the hood and hips, providing additional warm for your canine pal. This vest is available in sizes from extra-small to 5XL for even the largest dogs.

Another option is our U.S. Army Leather Dog Harness ($68), which can be purchased with a star crest, skull crest or tank crest. Each harness is equipped with a D-ring and Velcro closures.

Don’t forget girls when it comes to camouflage. We carry several items in very feminine camo color combinations. One example is our Camo Dog Tank in Pink ($22). This pullover is easy and comfortable to wear.

Our sleeveless Pink Camo Monster Hoodie ($43) is made with cotton and lycra. It even has rhinestones for that added girly touch.

No matter how you do it, though, take a moment to honor the victims and heroes of Sept. 11 on the tenth anniversary of that fateful day. We will.

Call us at 888-837-5230 with any questions or visit us online at the Posh Puppy Boutique. We are also on Facebook and Twitter.


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