Celebrating National Dress Up Your Dog Day

Big Money In Pet Portrait Studios
Big Money In Pet Portrait Studios
MIAMI - AUGUST 31: Sparky poses for a portrait in the Pet Star studio August 31, 2002 in Miami, Florida. The idea of posing dogs for professional portraits is among the latest in what has become a $29.5 billion pet service industry. That figure is $6.5 billion more than was spent five years ago. Here at the studio, pet owners can choose to dress their animals in different costumes. Cat-eye sunglasses, bonnets, bow ties, beads, fatigues and straw hats are among a long list of available options. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Dog Halloween Parade in NYC
Dog Halloween Parade in NYC
NEW YORK - OCTOBER 26: Dog "Vanilla" is dressed as a sunflower at the 13th annual Dog Halloween Parade in Tompkins Square Park October 26, 2003 in New York City. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Bambi, a Daschund mix, is dressed as Sup
Bambi, a Daschund mix, is dressed as Sup
Long Beach, UNITED STATES: Bambi, a Daschund mix, is dressed as Superman at a Halloween costume parade and contest for dogs, 29 October 2006, in Long Beach, California. AFP PHOTO / Robyn BECK (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)
Pugs Max and Herbie dressed as Gondolier
Pugs Max and Herbie dressed as Gondolier
Pugs Max and Herbie dressed as Gondoliers before the start of the Times Square Dog Day Masquerade Contest in Times Square 21 October 2007. The event is to raise awareness for Animal Haven?s Adopt-a-Pet program. AFP PHOTO/ TIMOTHY A. CLARY (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)
A Chihuahua dressed in a Chinese costume
A Chihuahua dressed in a Chinese costume
A Chihuahua dressed in a Chinese costume parades at the "Woofstock 90210" pet show in Beverly Hills on March 15, 2009. AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
A woman walks her dogs dressed in bride
A woman walks her dogs dressed in bride
A woman walks her dogs dressed in bride and groom costumes on July 31, 2010 in the own of Rhinebeck, New York, where Chelsea Clinton's multimillion-dollar wedding will take place. After an intensely secretive build-up, Chelsea Clinton and her Wall Street banker beau were tying the knot at a lavish bash outside the quaint town of Rhinebeck, rural New York. AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARY (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)
The pets (L-R) spitz dog "Spitzerich", t
The pets (L-R) spitz dog "Spitzerich", t
The pets (L-R) spitz dog "Spitzerich", the pincher "Rocky" and chihuahua pinscher named "Zorroline", wearing traditional Bavarian style Dirndl costumes designed by their owner German dressmaker Hildegard Bergbauer sit outside her house in Hailing, southern Germany, on October 12, 2010. She has installed a flat for her dogs with beds, tables, chairs, pictures, carpet's and windows with curtains. Since 2004, Hildegard Bergbauer designs and tailors about 30 different models of traditional Bavarian-style Dirndl dresses, Lederhosen (leather trousers), loden coats or hats for dogs. Customers from several countries, USA, Japan, Austria and mainly from homeland Bavaria, buy the dogs costumes. The dogs wear the costumes on their back side, a Dirndl costume costs around 65 euros, the leather trousers a minimum of 80 Euro's. AFP PHOTO / CHRISTOF STACHE (Photo credit should read CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP/Getty Images)
A model holds walks with dogs dressed in
A model holds walks with dogs dressed in
A model holds walks with dogs dressed in the newly launched doggie designer clothes from the Barking mad label 11 July on sale at the Harrods store. the dog outfits include sequins, tartan and a commando outfit. (Photo credit should read PAUL VICENTE/AFP/Getty Images)
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