Take Pride in Your Pooch


Hey Seattle residents, are you proud of your pooch? If so, dress them in their favorite clothes and attend the Third Annual Doggie Drag Show on Friday, June 25.

The free event starts at noon at the stage near the intersection of Broadway and Thomas. The intersection is near the Mudbay Pet Store in the Capital Hill neighborhood.

Among the dogs attending is Allie (seen above) who will be wearing an outfit, lavender Doggles and a feather boa, all from the Posh Puppy Boutique.

Your pooch can give entertainers a run for their money—and look simply fabulous—in this three-piece pink Diva Boa Dog Harness Dress ($36). The ensemble includes a matching pink pleated dress with light pink boa trim, hat and leash.

Another option, sure to tingle your dog’s senses and show off your colorful style, is an orange Velvet Boa Collar ($45). The collars are velvet with a fluffy orange yarn boa attached.

Consider dressing your dog in a style guaranteed to get them looks, both in Seattle or on Rodeo Drive: the Hollywood Skull Patch and Boa Collar ($54). The outfit includes a removable pink sequin skull patch attached to a vest plus a black ostrich and marabou collar. For even more style, consider layering this over the pink Izabelle Silk Dress ($58).

For a night on the town, whether it’s near the Space Needle in Seattle or walking down Main Street in your home town, consider putting your puppy in this ShimmerySilver Marabou Boa with matching hat ($70). The combination of shiny silver lycra, white marabou boa and rhinestones, topped with a white satin bow, will make your dog shine brighter than the biggest Hollywood star.

If you are planning on going to the Seattle event—or just taking your small dog out shopping—carry them in this Classic Boat Tote Dog Carrier with pink trim ($69). It has a padded bottom and mesh ends plus two pockets for accessories.

These and many other fashionable pet products can be found at the Posh Puppy Boutique. Call 888-837-5230 with any questions.

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