This has been a trend for as long as I can remember. People dressing up their Fur-Babies. Whether is it for Halloween, a walk through the park, or just because you are that bouji.

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Tomorrow is National Dress Up Your Pet Day. It's just a fun day to show off your pets painted nails, fancy bow tie, or maybe they have a new tutu? I won't lie, there are times when I see pets dressed up and I think, "that poor doggy" or "does that cat really like wearing a lion mane?".


 

 

 

 

 

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But hey, you do you! Some pets look really cute and sweet all dressed up! Kudo's to those fur babies! I can remember this trend that Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie had in the 90's early 2000's...to be honest, I don't think those pups appreciated any of that. BUT, I could be wrong. But I doubt it.

Some shelters will dress up their fur-babies and do a photoshoot. I think it is helpful especially when you are trying to find a new home for the pet. When you go to an interview, you dress nice right? I hope so!

I want to see what you got Bozeman! Do you put little jackets on your babies? Some Ski Gear? Send the pictures to our app under messages OR post on our XL Country Facebook Page! Let's celebrate "National Dress Up Your Pet Day" together! We LOVE all fur-babies!

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