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Make Diwali's festive season a memorable one for your canine petsThe Guide TeamMumbaiOct 07, 2017, 15:08 IST
From the wardrobe to mithai dabbas
Like mommy-and-me wardrobes for kids, there is something for pet parents too. Pick a kurta, bandhgala or a sherwani for your pets to match your desi outfit for the festival.
Also on offer is a dog-friendly sweet box that contains four varieties of cookies shaped like diyas, phooljhadis and playing cards. They are made with ingredients like multigrain flour and natural colourants including beetroot, which are healthy for your pet.
And if you have been buying gifts for your friends, you can buy one for your pooch too. The Wag Box has all the necessary goodies to make it a crackling Diwali. It includes the mithai box, brocade bow tie (for those who wish to dress minimally), soothing lavender oil, healthy coconut and turmeric chips, and special playing cards.
Log on to: headsupfortails.com
Cost: Rs 899 for mithai boxes, Rs 5,500 for kurta and dupatta, Rs 4,500 for sherwani
Tails up and suit up
What’s Diwali without new clothes? Plan a whole new festive wardrobe for your dogs through this website. Attending a glamorous card party? Pack a tuxedo and a matching spiffy collar.
For some ethnic flamboyance, try embellished and brocade bowties in bright colours. For the ladies, they offer lehenga cholis and dresses in glittery options. There’s a garba-inspired mirrored collar too! You can get the outfits custom-made, so your pet is dressed on point.
Log on to: thatdogintuxedo.com
Cost: Rs 699 for collars, Rs 2,499 for lehenga, Rs 3,499 for tux
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