Accessories ~

Convenient Doggie Zipper Purses carry 5 poop pick-up bags. Zipper bags are perfectly sized to also carry your cell phone and keys. Sturdy ribbon strap fits comfortably on the wrist for those early morning power walks.

Coordinating dog related lining fabric makes this purse a stylin' doggie necessity.

Sports anyone?

With the entire NFL, NHL, NBL etc, team colors to choose from (not to mention collegiate and high school team colors) Diego is prepared to be the consummate sports fan. But to tell you the truth, he's really only interested in the Tail Gate parties.

Princessa the Chihuahua

Although Princessa is only 5 lbs, she can still manage to carry off the plaid pattern. Not all petite females can do this, you know. The XSML standard size fits her perfectly and keeps the cold off her tiny derriere.

McBrody is ready for Xmas

Joining his doggie cousins, Brody also wears the Tartan Coat. This handsome big boy weighs in at 95 lbs. The standard XLRG fits his masculine lab frame allowing plenty of leg room for chasing tennis balls. Before he wears his coat out to play, he plans to pose for the family Xmas portrait in his new threads.

Miss Nina McB

We've been asked if this distinctive clothing is available for larger dogs. Well, Miss Nina McB is a large (yet very svelte) girl. She sports her Tartan Coat with style and grace neverminding that she is a standard LG and weighs a lean 55 lbs..


Sporting a fully lined tartan coat, McDiego can comfortably be off for a quick trip to the recycling center.
This Polyester fleece coat upholds the Green Consciousness movement as this fleece is made from recycled plastic bottles. Diego plans to do his part to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.

Aaahh... Autumn

Time to get out those coats for brisk early morning walks.

Diego's Faux Suede / Sherpa Tan Coat no longer fits, but this larger Baby Blue rendition should keep this puggie toasty. As always, there is a covered button hole along the back to accomodate his harness and leash. Otherwise this boy would head to Moss Landing, given half the chance.

Resurrecting the Cheetah

Finally got around to making Diego another of his beloved cheetah long sleeved fleece sweatshirts. This one includes the backflap to keep his hind end warm on our early morning beach walks. He waited right next to me at the sewing machine for each fitting, knowing this project would be his new threads.

The early days

Even 13 pounds ago Diego enjoyed putting on the dog. Except this time it was the cheetah.

Even though it doesn't fit now, he still runs to pull down his favorite cheetah sweatshirt when he knows we are headed out for a walk.

Go Sharks.....

Diego is the dog version of Houdini; he can easily pull his puggie head out of a regular collar so he always wears a harness on our walks. In all of Diego's clothing, a large reinforced buttonhole is hidden under a flap on his back to grab the harness' D-ring for securing his leash.
This sport sleeved sweatshirt was made to welcome in the Shark's Ice Hockey season.

Bad to the Bone

The skull and cross bone camouflage look makes the big dogs nervous when they spot Diego at the beach. Diego definitely has Big Dog Syndrome and he can pull off the intimidating pretense. Can’t you just spot that in those terrifying eyes?

Ready for a Foggie Morning Walk

A version of the long sleeved, hooded fleece sweatshirt now includes a panel that covers Diego's entire back, something like a doggie peplum. He won't be lost in his bright yellow doggie footprint print fleece.

Easter Puglette

With a head shaped something similar to a pomegranate, the challenge is finding a place for Bunny Ears to reside. A double elastic band, one on the front of his ears and one to the back, connecting both straps under the chin (at least some semblance of a chin) secured bunny ears for rigorous Easter Egg Hunting.

Whale Watching anyone?

Looking over the cliffs at Seascape,
Diego keeps warm in his Sherpa Faux Suede coat. The coat is secured with velcro at the front neck and the underbelly.

Good relations with the Wookies have I

After the leisure wear, comes the Halloween costumes. Shown here is Diego's Halloween 2008 Yoda costume. He loved dressing the part and was happy to join in the Trick or Treating.