Bring Disney’s Magic To Your Pet

We carry a wide range of dog collars, including the Disney Collection.

When you ask any child in the U.S. where they want to go for vacation, a common response is either Disneyland or Disney World.

While the Posh Puppy Boutique can’t take your family to either magical place, we can help you remember your trip with one of our many Disney Collection collars and leashes.

Consider the classic Mickey Mouse Collar ($15) and matching leash ($22) featuring Mickey and his pal Pluto. The adjustable polyester web collars have quick release buckles for easy attachment and secure “D” rings for connecting leads. Collar sizes are small (8-12 inches), medium (10-16 inches) and large (16-26 inches).

The matching leash comes in ¾-inch wide ($20) and 1-inch wide ($22) by 6-feet long sizes. Leashes have a metal swivel clip for a secure connection.

We also have the bright yellow Minnie Mouse version ($15), too. The matching leash is $22.

Winnie the Pooh knows what to do: go for a walk.
Winnie the Pooh knows what to do: go for a walk with your dog wearing a collar featuring this lovable bear and his pals ($15). The matching leash is $22.

Treat your puppy like a princess, a Disney princess that is.
Is your lovable little girl dog a princess? Treat her like one with a Disney Princess Collar ($15) and leash ($22) featuring Cinderella, Snow White and friends.

If your little girl likes to stop and smell the flowers, consider outfitting her with a Tinkerbell Collar ($15) and leash ($22).

 Boy dogs might prefer something more masculine like our Classic Star Wars collars ($15) and leashes ($22).

We also sell the Darth Vader, Chewbacca and R2-D2 collars ($15 each) and matching leashes ($20-$22).

We even sell the Jack Skellington collar ($15) and leash ($22).

The Posh Puppy Boutique sells these and thousands of other pet products both online and at our Rocklin, Calif. Retail Store.

Call us at 888-837-5230 with any questions.

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