|This Scarecrow hoodie is a dress.|
Now is the perfect time to make sure your dog is dressed to the nines for Thanksgiving. Consider getting your precious little girl a fall-themed outfit from the Posh Puppy Boutique she can look her best on turkey day.
Our Couture Brocade Feather Dress ($110) comes in sizes from teacup to medium only. Made with brocade fabric, it has tulle underneath while the bodice is lined with cotton. A feather boa is part of the dress.
Also check out our Couture Delight ($110), Couture Moonlight Harvest ($110) and Couture Sunshine in Fall ($110) tutu dresses. Each is fun, whimsical and eye-catching. They feature multiple layers of tulle in yellow and gold fall colors set on an elastic tube. A crocheted band is also attached for easy fitting. Sizes range from double extra small to extra large. Your dog’s precise measurements are suggested.
Girl dogs can stay warm while also looking great in this Stacey the Scarecrow Hoodie Dress ($55) from Ruff Ruff Couture. Available in sizes from double extra small to extra large, it features a brown jersey with matching gingham waistband and orange trim plus a handcrafted felt applique.
|The Save the Turkey dress.|
This Save the Turkey Dress ($55), also by Ruff Ruff Couture, has a brown jersey with brown and white gingham waistband and double layer skirt topped with a handcrafted felt turkey applique. It is available in sizes from double extra small to extra large as well. A matching tank is available for $50.
One of our most popular fall products is our Autumn Harvest Orange Skirt Halter Dress ($40), a Posh Puppy Original. The beautiful wide yellow bow over the orange skirt and fall patterned top make it a great outfit for your little girl. It is only available in small.
|This dress is made from printed cotton.|
Take a look at the Couture Owls and Thanksgiving Dress ($85). Made of cotton, it features a print perfect for fall plus a dark brown tulle petticoat and tatted lace collar. It comes in sizes for dogs up to 75 pounds.
While taking care of your dog this Thanksgiving, don’t forget the many homeless dogs and cats waiting for a loving home at the local animal shelters. Even if you don’t have any room at your home for another pet, consider donating spare dry or canned pet food, outdated blankets, spare towels and cleaning supplies. Human food banks get a lot of donations during the holidays but hungry dogs and cats are left out in the cold.