We all have the friends who’s dogs are the center of their lives. They’re obsessed with talking about, spending time with and spoiling their furry friends. And who wouldn’t be? They’re adorable and have been super good this year. Therefore, dogs deserve just as many Christmas gifts as their owners.
Rebecca Bonbon has shown to everyone that dogs too can be socialites. In honor of the dog days of summer and the fact that I do not yet have a puppy of my own due to my hectic schedule, I have decided to feature my readers’ socialite dogs. Maddy is a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel belonging to the lovely Michala Smith who got her on a trip to Block Island. Since the breeder named all of her dogs after stores on the vacation spot of Block Island, her full name is actually “Block Island Mad Hatter.” Maddy for short. Aside from being an adorable lap dog, Maddy’s favorite activities are to chase around and play with Michala’s two cats, Flip and Flop.
To have your socialite dog featured on Aspiring Socialite, email me at Vicky@aspiring-socialite.com with a picture and bio of your cuddly BFF.
As a vegetarian, anti-fur advocate, and overall friend to the animals there is one question that has been boggling my incredibly intuitive mind over the past few days: Should dogs get designer clothes? First, lets take a step back to what pets actually mean to socialites and celebrities. I have always said that it’s lonely at the top; therefore, a socialite should learn to enjoy her own company. However, it is always a good idea to have a cuddly companion that loves you unconditionally for who you are and not what you are. Kind of like Paris Hilton’s pocket pooch adorably named Tinkerbell.
Puppies are cute and so are designer fashions, but do they go together? From my experience, dogs as awesome and sophisticated as animals are, do not seem to appreciate couture the way people do. It kind of cramps their style. They also each have a natural coat of fur that is one of a kind and tends to go along with their unique personalities. This being said, I think I have come to an educated conclusion easing the inner turmoil I have been feeling over this issue. Puppies are cute and fabulous the way they are and don’t need designer fashions. Perhaps, a designer collar or leash will do the trick and give you your posh puppy fix. So use your dog’s fashion budget to buy yourself a little something extra. It’s what man’s best friend would have wanted.