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Don't just deck the halls — deck out your favorite canine companion this season. Whether you want to go all out with designer duds or keep it subtle with a jolly collar, we've got just the look for you.
Getting snowed in isn't such a bummer when you've got a canine pal to snuggle with. A stylish sweater doesn't hurt, either.
Let It Snow Sweater, $42 at Wag.com
What better way to spread holiday spirit and show you care than with a cheerful, ecofriendly collar?
Blitzen Collar, $24-$28 at Dublin Dog
A cute bandana is the perfect gift for the first night of Hanukkah — especially when it's reversible (and funny) like this one.
Happy Hanukkah Bandana, $14 at Muttropolis
You're not the only one who likes to feel pretty. Put a little sparkle on your pet with a bejeweled collar.
Top Paws PetHoliday Pet Collar/Necklace, $5.99 at PetSmart
There's no better way to prep your pup for the elements (and the
season) than by dressing him in a bright red designer coat. On, Dasher!
Ralph Lauren Holiday Riding Coat, $105
In the Company of Dogs
Who says dogs can't look dapper? This bow tie will make your Havanese even more handsome.
Bow Tie Collar, $17.95 at In the Company of Dogs
Frilly Paws Boutique, Etsy
Canine clothing doesn't get more festive than this. Laugh if you want,
but this sweet tutu dress could steal the show at your next holiday
Christmas Tutu Dog Dress, $22 at Frilly Paws Boutique on Etsy
Dogs can be ski bunnies too, right? Everybody likes to be cozy, and this sweater is just the (lift) ticket.
Vintage Ski Dog Sweater, $49.95 at Fetchdog
Feline Fido Pet Designs
This beautiful Hanukkah collar is both festive and functional!
Star of David Buckle Collar, $23 at Feline Fido Pet Designs
Functional, festive and nondenominational? Yes, please!
Snowflakes Dog Harness, $37 at Muttropolis
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