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Pet clothes perfect for a princess dog!

Updated on July 27, 2014

Meet Princess Lexie!

Being a princess dog isn't just about having pretty dog dresses and designer dog clothing. You also have to have the right dog accessories. After all, a princess dog wouldn't be a true princess if she had to sleep in a cheap dogs bed and eat out of a icky plastic dog bowl. No, a princess dog must live the princess life in order to have the true princess attitude.

But don't worry! I've gathered everything you need to give your dog a princess make-over right here on this page. And I do have experience. You see that royal pooch up top? Well that's my Princess Lexie. She used to be just a normal average dog, but since her royal makeover, she's turned into royalty!

This polish is one of those little things that will make your dog feel more like a princess. It's very important for her self esteem!

This polish is specially formulated for animals. It covers in just one coat and dries super fast. Plus it's chip resistant so you don't have to worry about the polish chipping off and being eaten by your dog. Aren't Lexie's toenails cute!

Pretty Her Up!
Pretty Her Up!

Dog bows are a must!

Be honest now. Doesn't the sight of a dog wearing hair bows just melt your heart? It totally melts mine. It's just sooo cute! Unfortunately, my Lexie is a short haired chihuahua, so there's no way to attach a hair bow to her. If your dog has long enough hair, get these dog bows, put them on her, and send me pictures!

Every Princess Needs A Wardrobe
Every Princess Needs A Wardrobe

A dog dress - Not just any dog dress, but a formal dog dress!

Every princess dog needs a formal dress to wear for royal occasions, and this dog dress is truly a work of art. Not only is this velvet dress silk lined, it's also trimmed in Maribou fur. Plus there are Swarovski Crystals set throughout the skirt for extra "shimmer". In this dress, no one could deny your dogs claim to royalty!

A dog sweater - for those chilly days!

It's just not true that dogs stay warm just because they're covered in hair. You should see my Lexie shiver when the wind picks up! To make her comfortably warm, and adorably cute, we got her a dog sweater. Dog sweaters are good to wear when it's too cold for a shirt, but not cold enough for a coat. This one is trimmed in Maribou Feather and even includes and attached rhinestone necklace for that extra special touch!

Brrr. A dog coat - for those freezing days!

Sometimes a sweater just won't do. But even on the coldest days your princess dog still needs to look her best. And what could look better than this white mink coat accented with pink pearls? It'll keep her warm and make every other dog on the block jealous at the same time. What a way to multi-task!

Some dog shoes - to protect her little paws

I don't know about your dog, but my Lexie hates to get her feet wet! It used to be impossible to get her to go outside when it was raining. Then we finally broke down and bought her a pair of boots. It was rough at first because she didn't know what they were (she thought they were royal chew toys!), but then she realized they kept her feet dry and it's been smooth sailing ever since.

Dog pajamas - to keep her warm at night

Some people may think it's silly, but Lexie loves to wear her pajamas in bed. She used to get so cold at night! At first we warmed her blanket in the dryer before putting her to bed. But when we saw these adorable dog pajamas, we knew those days were over! So don't let your princess dog shiver in her bed. Keep her warm and snuggly with a pair of pajamas.

A dressy dog harness

With this dressy dog harness, your dog can pretend she's walking down the runway no matter where you take her.. The breathable cotton vest will keep her safely tethered while the fashionable lace accents will allow her to be the cutest dog in town!

A snuggly warm robe - for after her royal bath

Your little princess is going to need something soft and snuggly to wrap up in after her royal bath. This robe has ties that keep the robe from falling off. Plus the crown emblem on the back will leave no doubt as to just how royal your little dog is!

Don't Forget To Accessorize
Don't Forget To Accessorize

Pink dog collars - with sparkling Swarovski Crystals!

Can you just imagine how impressive your dog will look while she's wearing this elegant pink dog collar? Every time she turns her head, the Swarovski Crystals will catch the sunlight, effectively blinding those other dogs (you know, the ones without royal blood).

Dog sunglasses - Don't forget to protect her eyes!

Your princess dog is definitely going to need a pair of dog sunglasses to protect her delicate eyes from the suns harmful uv rays (plus it'll cut down the glare from all the rhinestones she's sporting). These fun pink sunglasses are shatterproof and secure easily to your dogs head with two adjustable straps.

She should live like a princess too
She should live like a princess too

Luxury dog beds

Every princess should have her own castle. With this, she can sleep soundly curled up on the soft microsuede cushion, while the surrounding mesh and pink ribbons will help her feel safe and secure. This luxury dog bed even has a removable pillow for those times when she just wants to stretch out.

A box for her royal toys

A princess dog should never live in a messy house so it's imperative she has a special place to put all her royal chew toys. This crowned box will let everyone know that only royalty is allowed to touch these toys!

I actually love this toy box. It's small enough that Lexie can get her own toys out of it, and the handles make it easy to bring her toys along when we go on a trip.

Some royal toys to put in her box

A princess can't just chew on any bone! Well, I guess she could as long as it was pink! My Lexie's favorite bone is the Nyla Royal Chew Bone. It's soft enough that it doesn't hurt her gums, yet tough enough to last through months of chewing. The minty middle even helps keep her royal breath smelling fresh!

Even a princess needs fresh air
Even a princess needs fresh air

A pet carrier - Your princess would get bored at home alone

Your dog deserves to go everywhere with you. Make it easier with this lightweight pet carrier. This carrier has a removable waterproof pad on the bottom so your pet can travel comfortably, plus it has an inside clip so you don't have to worry about your princess trying to escape. But the best part is that the two zipper design makes it super easy to get you pet in and out.

A dog stroller - so she can go out and meet her people

You aren't always going to want to carry your princess dog (she may be heavier than she looks). So for those times when your shoulder gets tired, this royal dog stroller will do the work for you! It takes just seconds to unfold and with both front and rear entrances, you and your pooch can be on the go in no time. Plus the storage basket is large enough to hold all your accessories and hers!

Royal poop bags - Even her poo should be given the royal treatment!

That's right! Only the best for your pooch....and her poo!

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So what do you think about giving your dog a princess makeover? Lexie says she enjoys being a princess and she thinks your dog would too.

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      7 years ago

      Thought I seen it all when it comes to pets but nail polish on a dog..well that decandent!

      (lol) Seriousily, great site for a great cause...wish there were more organizations like the The BuckHawk Center !

    • Othercatt profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      @MargoPArrowsmith: How is little Xander? I've been meaning to stop by to see if you updated your lens about him but time just keeps getting away from me.

    • MargoPArrowsmith profile image


      7 years ago

      Prince Xander is sitting on my lap as I type. I have to have the computer on my chest, so any typos are his fault. :-D

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      8 years ago

      My Toby is making goo-goo eyes at your Lexie....wink, wink! Super job!

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      8 years ago

      This is just too cute. Lensrolling to my Doggie Diva lens. We seem to have similar taste in darling doggie stuff!


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