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Martha Stewart Pets Holiday Houndstooth Collars
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Martha Stewart Pets Holiday Houndstooth Collars are a stylish, simple way to celebrate the season.
December 9, 2011 1:42 am | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.
Although your pet may be ready to celebrate the season, not all of our four-legged friends are willing to dress up as Santa Paws or (gasp!) an elf. For our more demure and stylish pets, the Martha Stewart Holiday Houndstooth Collars can make a festive statement without causing too much embarrassment at the dog run.
The Martha Stewart Holiday Houndstooth Collars feature a smart red-and-white print that communicates to the world that your dog is saying, “I’m ready to welcome the holidays,” without broadcasting, “I may end up in some humiliating photos wearing this gear.” Of course, there’s nothing wrong with enjoying a pets-in-costume holiday card (in fact, some of us can’t think of a better way to pass the yuletide time), but some pets just aren’t ready for a full costume.
Also, the Martha Stewart Holiday Houndstooth Collars are available with a festive flower attachment, and have the other aspects that you would expect from a functional dog collar, such as a D-ring and an easy-to-use buckle. The collar is offered in an adequate range of sizes — from X-Small to Large.
And although the price may seem on the higher side for a basic collar — from just over $8 to just over $10 depending on the size, your pet may be willing (for you) to pay just about any price to avoid wearing a full Santa hat, jacket and belt this year in favor of this chic, appealing collar.
Pros: Attractive design; functional collar.
Cons: Price is on the higher side for a basic collar.
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