See what the chic canine crowd was wearing at New York’s fifth annual dog day masquerade. The Dachshund on the left is a cave dog. You’ll need to click through to see the fullsize photos.
…read these ‘Howl’oween safety tips for dogs.
Enjoy instead this wholesome family video of 15-year-old Tootsie in a chicken costume.
At one point, the lobster tried to eat the hot dog. Funny.
Although the Daily Doxie has already run its regular winter fashion report, we felt we needed another one given the very cold weather that just doesn’t seem to let up. The sweater wardrobe above belongs to Dobby, one extremely lucky and chic wiener dog, who can be seen in a “Big Bird”-style sweater below.
Most of Dobby’s sweaters are homemade, but if you’re not up to it, you might want to check out the Dachshund fashions at Noodle and Friends, tailored specially for long dog bodies. I’m partial to the Red Riding Hood winter coat with its military-influenced accents and I also love the sunshine spring rain coat, but that may be wishful thinking.
Wow, this video of how to use balloons as dog boots reminds the Daily Dachshund and Dog News of Montenegro. Still, we’re going to try it:
This is YouTube’s most popular Dachshund boots video and it features more eastern Europeans. Go figure!