A fun ball cap or visor is a paw-fect accessory for the outdoorspup who spends a lot of time in full sun. A proper fitting hat will shield a dog's eyes and protect the skin of their face, which is much more sensitive since it usually has less fur than other body parts. Canines with cataracts can benefit from these as well since sunlight can worsen the condition.
Compression vests, also known as calming shirts, can be a furrific tool for dogs that suffer from noise-induced or separation anxiety, especially during thunderstorms or holidays that often have a lot of fireworks. Calming shirts will fit tighter than a sweater, since their purpose is to apply pressure which calms the dog, much like a hug for humans. For best results, try these first when your pet is calm.
Have a dog that abhors pottying in the rain? A good-quality rain jacket may be just the solution. Jackets and coats provide the warmth of a sweater but are easier to get on and off — plus, most have the added benefit of being waterproof. Many pups won't bat an eyelash at going out during an afternoon shower with a trendy new rain slicker on!
Bows are an adorable yet simple fashion statement that can pair with any outfit, but finding a bow that won't irritate your dog or pull their hair can be a challenge. Look for bows with velcro, plush bands, or clips lined with felt or fabric. Don't limit yourself to the doggy section either; baby bows work just as well! If all else fails, make your own!