Christmas is now just days away. People are scrambling to buy last-minute gifts and rushing to wrap everything to get it under the Christmas tree. Maybe you’re one of those down-to-the-wire shoppers or maybe you have had everything purchased before November even was underway. No matter how you shop, buying little things the days leading up to Christmas always seems to happen.
How is it that we always tend to spend more than we planned on when Christmas rolls around? For pet owners, it seems like we find a way to buy things our pets don’t actually need, but will look cute in. If you are the kind of pet owner that likes to have your furry friend decked out in festive gear for the holidays, you’re in luck.
Petco sells little Christmas socks for your pet to wear! What better way to keep their tiny feet warm on a cold winter morning? You might think socks are unnecessary for dogs, but if you have a smaller dog or a senior pet, you know that they tend to get cold very easily.
Since Christmas is so close, Petco actually has these socks on sale. If you order online, they won’t arrive on time, but you can pop into your local Petco to grab them right off of the shelf. Most Petco locations are actually open on Christmas Eve until about 6 PM (though you should check online before driving there).
The Holiday Tails Santa Paws Dog Socks Sets sprinkles the magic of the season into their wardrobe with silhouettes that sleigh. Including ugly Christmas sweater contenders and show-stopping dresses that twinkle, these outfits make moments a little more merry and bright as the two of you dash into the many festivities that await you both.
If you don’t have time to grab these socks, but love the idea of keeping your dog warm, you can check out these doggy leggings. They cover your dog’s legs and even have little boots attached to keep your pet’s paws safe from harsh winter weather.
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