What would Christmas be without an ugly sweater? The all-American fashion of wearing themed sweaters and co-ords for the holidays has become a fun must-have all over the world. So why not take the opportunity to give a kitsch gift to a loved one who considers the dog an extension of his body?
A Christmas sweater for dogs will make the holidays even more merry. There are ones for all sizes and can bring a little extra joy to any souvenir photo. There are Santa-approved bulldog turtlenecks that easily coordinate with human sweaters and pajamas. For a large dog you can opt for a red and white striped sweater, while for a medium size you can dare with hooded sweatshirts with a moose silhouette or reindeer antlers incorporated. For those looking for something a little more busy, Andean artisans handcraft sweaters for dogs and humans using fair-trade organic wool and natural dyes. For the serial destroyers of Christmas trees there are sweatshirts complete with LED lights that shine intermittently and which, unlike your home decorations, will last until next season.
For those who “no, I won’t wear a sweater”, there are also cardigans with lots of buttons or zips, which certainly leave your dog freer to move around. They exist in every size, from XS to XXXL. Those who are instead looking for something more stylish, but always en pendant for dogs and humans, there are dozens of matching items of clothing that are certainly less ridiculous than an elf sweater but still highly effective. In this case you can opt for bow ties, scarves, waistcoats, hats and even suspenders or backpacks.
Many dogs hate the rain. Even those with fairly thick fur, let alone those with little or no. In this case, if you want to think of a gift that is also useful, you can opt for a raincoat: there are different types, some with all the characteristics a dog needs to stay dry and others more aesthetic than functional, but whatever. … if it is lined in fleece it will protect against cold, wind and rain. And there is the possibility of combining them with a k-way for humans or with a rain hat with a wide brim, perhaps one that can be closed into a sachet, to be kept in the pocket or attached to a leash, perfect for those who always forget their umbrella home or hate having their hands full when walking their dog.