Dog mom of Lena and Olive carries her puppy around in a Baby Björn. The photos are hilarious — and it’s not even for Halloween.
(All images via Twitter/myouonnin) With Halloween right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about not only your own costume, but how you’re going to dress up your furry friend. Thankfully, a Japanese woman named Semba is giving us some economical costume inspiration, modelling clever cardboard creations on her chihuahua, Chihuahua-mametaro. Click through the gallery above to see some of the best looks and let us know what you think by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
Happy National Dog Day! To celebrate we’ve rounded up the trendiest canines on Instagram that’ll inspire you to up your style game. Click through the gallery to see more and let us know if we’ve missed anyone by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
The dog’s handle, @toby_littledude, is managed by his owner, Joyce Chen. Since she started the account, it’s acquired more than 100,000 followers. “I put my sunglasses on Toby one day and noticed that he didn’t mind them,” Chen told ABC News. As Toby’s following grew, he also developed a sense of style all his own, no longer borrowing pieces from Chen. “Toby doesn’t mind wearing the outfits or glasses,” she said.
Nicknamed Woody, the dog is actually a celebrity in his own right, having been featured in a PETA campaign with his adopted father. Tom Hardy and Woody star in a PETA campaign. The action star, known for his roles in Inception and The Dark Knight Rises, has such a deep and enduring devotion to his animal best friends —yes, he has multiple — that not only does he bring them to movie sets and red carpets, but he also talks about them at length and has even admitted to liking the animals more than humans (minus his son, Louis, 7, who “couldn’t do anything to upset me.”) Tom Hardy and a pitbull puppy keeping each other warm. “Wherever I go, I get a dog, pretty much,” Hardy told Vulture when asked about Woody, whom he found wandering the highway in Atlanta when filming Lawless and brought home to London. “I’m the finder of dogs, you know what I mean. My missus, she’s like, “You’re not allowed to bring another dog back from a job.” But I’ll always find one.