Since those early days of dog food advertisements, the pet products market has grown and flourished. Now dog food takes up an entire aisle at your local department store with choices ranging from organic food, to diet food, to puppy food, to every other specialty niche imaginable. And that's just the food. There's also dog toys, and dog chews, and dog clothes, and dog grooming products, and dental care products, dishes, life jackets, beds, carriers, backpacks, towel sets, wet wipes, jewelry, (deep breath) and even doggy tote bags in which to carry it all.
So, I really wasn't surprised when I picked Bojangles up from his bi-annual grooming and found my neat and tidy pooch wearing a Christmas bandanna tied around his neck. No. No surprise there. My astonishment happened when I bent down to give him a hug and my nose was greeted by a most heavenly scent. Apparently, you can add doggy cologne to that list of products. And this was not just any old cologne. No siree Bob! This was a special cologne, created just for Christmas. My handsome little fellow with his dapper new haircut wore the distinctive and delicious scent of freshly-baked sugar cookies!
"Must kill stupid bandana!"