It's National Dress Up Your Pet Day, So Get Ready
PENNSYLVANIA, United States — Pet parents enjoy dressing up their four-legged pals in everything from magnificent sweaters to imaginative costumes.
The 14th of January, 2022, is the ideal day to get your furball runway ready. After all, it's National Pet Dress-Up Day. The feel-good photographs on social media keep pouring in on this topic. More than 550 of our WNEP fans have posted your furball-turned-fashionista on Ryan Leckey's Facebook page.
They are our much-loved four-legged companions who are living large. But Henry isn't our area's only spoiled pet.
Like this one getting ready for happy hour at a bar in Scranton, even canines need to feel classy.
Ellie and Amos of Thornhurst also looked PAW-some during their recent Christmas card photo shoot.
Let's face it: our pets are members of our family. Why wouldn't they want to be a part of the celebration? Duncan is well attired for his "human's" wedding in Scranton.
Whether it's a tuxedo or the hip hat "Dallas" from Jim Thorpe, which he wore so beautifully on Derby Day, these elegant furballs know how to have a good time while staying safe.
While the clothes can give our pets more individuality, others, like Tobit of Bloomsburg, find them more comfy and quiet.
Sure, our dogs look dapper in their snug sweaters, but don't forget about the adorable photos of our furry companions saving the day!
Thankfully, we have Dusty from Archbald or Clark Kent, a Kingston native who uses his skills to serve others as a guide dog in New York City.
From puppies to goats to bearded dragons and cool cats, these are just a few of the sweet critters that have made our lives better by providing us with a sense of security while always managing to make us smile.