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I don’t know about you but our fur babies are just like my kids. I love them dearly and consider them my children. We rescued Kira & Gizmo from the Boston Terrier rescue in Oklahoma about 2 and a half years ago. They are a little spoiled rotten. So when it comes to the holidays finding them a fun gift is always on my shopping list as well. This year I found this great company called Dog’s Best Trend. Dog’s Best Trend is a box subscription service (which you know I love) that sends you out some fun stylish scarves for your pet each month.
Dog’s Best Trend comes in a cute stylish box each month. I loved the cute little ribbon wrapped around the box. Includes an individualized card, perfect if you are sending as a gift. You get one scarf in each box. The scarves we got were beautiful. I loved the color palette. Great fashion accessory for you pets. Also make a great stylish gift if you have a pet lover on your list to purchase for this year. I have one cousin who has a dog that she adores that would love this as a gift.
So who wore it better? Kira or Gizmo (comment below)…..
Gizmo here with her cute little overbite!
Or Kira who is obviously afraid of the camera (she has anxiety issues).
You can sign up for a month to month subscription or prepay for 3, 6, or 12 months.
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