I went to a new dog botique here in town. I looked at the collars, which looked no different than the ones in PetSmart or Target, but these were marked $58.
I didn't bother to check how much the leashes were. :
If I won the lottery maybe................
They had so many cute items in the store but there's no way I could ever afford them.
Since Theo swims in salt water at least 5x/wk, I'd have to say no on that.
Plus I don't think I've ever bought any clothing for myself that cost $58 (except suits and shoes and coats, I guess).
Do you live in Phoenix? And are you talking about "Diva Dogs"?
No. It's called Poochie's Patisserie.
I love my dog but a 58 dollar collar? I don't know perhaps I am too practical to spend that kind of money on a collar. I find a $20 collar expensive...and that's as about as high as I will go for a collar. I rather spend $58 on buying doggie cookies and some fun rubber toys for him! I know he will appreciate those much much much much more than a collar :P
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I'd never spend that much on anything for the dogs. Food and replacement toys alone cost me enough. The collars and leads they have now cost 4 pounds each. I wouldn't spend any more than that for a collar purely on principle...they only get wet and muddy.
I love my girls....but $58 times 2 I'll have to pass on that one. I have quite a few standard flat collars and when I get them for the girls, they always nudge the dirtiest,smelliest collar to wear.
The Constitution is suppose to guarantee everyone the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, but the Constitution does not guarantee everyone equal outcomes.
Some people are more talented, educated, thieving and dishonest than others.
If it was a handcrafted leather collar from an individual craftsman, yes. For a mass produced ,overpriced one, no.