Pluto is not just any sweetheart dog — he is a fashion icon.
But to Pluto, it is more than just looking good — but feeling good too.
After being taken in as a rescue by Lily and her family — Pluto started to show signs that revealed that something maybe was not right.
The family was not sure why but Pluto always shivered.
“The doctor said it was just ‘anxiety,'” Lily shared with The Dodo. “I realized that, since he’s so tiny, he’s probably really cold.”
Lily decided to test the theory — purchasing a little jacket for him to wear.
And soon enough, the shaking stopped.
In that moment — Pluto fell in love with clothes.
Since that day, Lily has purchased over a dozen jackets and shirts to not only keep Pluto warm but looking good.
But as most of us know — with more clothing, comes less closet space.
And this pup didn’t have a place for his clothes at all!
Thankfully, Pluto’s grandpa (Lily’s dad) discovered a solution.
“He built my dog a whole closet in under two days!” Lily said. “That was amazing to me.”
Lily was not the only one who was taken aback by the cute construction.
Pluto had thoughts about it too…
“He was excited!”
Talk about the perfect size for the perfect pup!
Pluto was so ecstatic that he started to pick out what he was going to wear that day.
“My dad is great at building stuff,” Lily shared, adding how building Pluto’s tiny closet was a labor of love, “He calls Pluto his grandson.”
Pluto has it good to say the least.
We can only hope Pluto’s wardrobe will continue to be added to — maybe a walk in closet will be in his future?
With a sweet and considerate family like this — it is safe to say Pluto will be in good hands.
So does your dog need clothes? According to Pet MD, there is no harm in putting clothes on your lovable pup.
“A sweater or jacket can be helpful during the cold seasons, especially if your dog is reluctant to go outside in the snow to relieve himself, but also if you tend to keep your home’s internal heating system set low, depending instead on blankets and sweaters for your human occupants.”
Pet MD goes on to say how warm your dog is physically able to keep himself depends largely on his breed, size as well as age — but there is only so much they can do to conserve heart if they do not have a heavy coat of hair.
“Smaller, light bodied breeds, toy breeds, and breeds that naturally have very short or thin hair coats benefit from a warm dog sweater for when they need to go outside, or for just hanging around the house.”
“A sweater can make a significant difference in your dog’s feeling of well-being.”
And if you need a few ideas as to where to purchase an adorable sweater, we have some ideas for you.
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