I have a theory, that domestic pets are climbing Maslow's hierarchy of needs. Dogs are more than just a fuzzy creature- They are a part of the family. Dogs, horses, cats, etc; they all just want to belong to the family: they want to be included, and they want to be loved. In the domestication process we have virtually eliminated the need for our pets to find safety and to scavage for food. Pets can almost qualify as replacement kids. In the past decade the number one change in divorce proceedings is the custody battle for "fluffy."
With our fierce love and adoration of our animals comes some strange, unusual, and adorable way to shower our critters with unconditional love. If you died your kid, sibling, and or friend, green from head to toe; they probably would be livid, and might not talk to you for an extended period of time. However, if you were to dye your pet a funky color they might be annoyed by the bathing process but would probably love the extra cuddles that their fresh look earns them.
I met a green pup, who was decked out for St. Patty's day with fur a rich kelly green. Chewy, (the pup) was adorable. His owner, who had hair just as colorful uses Punky Colors on both herself and Chewy. The punky color lasts about a month. Punky Colors are a semi-permanent dye that come in a wide variety of colors, and tones.
Pastel, and bright hair lights are trending for spring. Why not play with the Punky Colors; for both you and your pouch?