Cheap Dog Accessories: Why?

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“Discipline isn’t about showing a dog who’s boss; it’s about taking responsibility for a living creature you have brought into your world.”Cesar Millan

Cheap dog accessories: Why? – Well, the short answer would be why not? The long answer would be why the heck not? Think about it – if you have a dog, or any pet for that matter, chances are you love your furbaby to death. And we, your travel maniacs at Hop America, get it. Who doesn’t melt completely when a small, furry critter crawls up to them and wants to cuddle? But, owning a dog isn’t all sunshine and rainbows. They’re different creatures with different habits. And that’s why it always pays to have some supplies handy for whatever they may require. Here are some suggestions.

1. Toys

Come on, this doesn’t need explaining, does it? “But I can just grab a stick and play fetch with them.” Sure, no argument there. But why stop at a simple stick or branch? What if it’s raining and they’re all wet and muddy? A great alternative would be some cheap dog accessories in the form of toys. It can literally be anything you want, from chew toys and artificial bones to whatever your heart desires. The best part? They start at a ridiculous $2 per toy! Free shipping and all.

2. Collars & Leads

Considering the fact that having your dog on a leash is legally required in most places, you’re going to need different sizes of both leashes and collars as your pup grows bigger. And in case you don’t know how to choose the right collar for your dog, you can learn more here. But, regardless of that, cheap dog accessories in the form of collars, ID tags and harnesses can be ordered online for as low as $3 a pop.

3. Clothes

Rrrrrrriiight…well, hey – it’s wintertime. And even if you own a husky, they’ll get cold sometimes. Especially if you’ve accustomed them to the warmth of a family home. But, if you own any other breed, it might be wise to think ahead and prepare for the cold days that can never be predicted with certainty. On the other hand, who’s to say you can’t get your hands on a costume for your dog as well? Birthday parties can be a real hoot and cheap dog accessories include some pretty wild-looking costumes. Typically starting off at $8 or $9, they can be a real bargain.

4. Clean Up

You may or may not know this, but unfortunately – dogs can be pretty messy sometimes. And when we say sometimes, we mean all the time. Hence, getting your hands on some convenient, cheap dog accessories in the form of waste bags, disposable doggy diapers, and protective dog collars might be just what the doctor ordered. And starting off at $2.50, we’re talking almost gift-like prices.

5. Beds & Crates

Be honest, now – do you let your furry companion sleep in the bed next to you? It’s okay if you do. Some folks are into that, others not so much. But either way it’s fine. The trick is, regardless of what you choose, at the end of the day they deserve their own, little spot somewhere to relax and nap. Crates, beds, mats, furniture covers – you name it and someone somewhere has already thought of it. And all that to please your little furry baby. How can you deny them comfort when they give you so much love?

6. Grooming

Ah, the all-important part of the story that many folks pay little or no attention to, believe it or not. But, have no fear, for Hop America is here (yes, we’re aware that that sounded terribly like a pitch of some sort was getting ready to fly your way). But, no pitch. However, you gotta have stuff like pet shampoos, leave-in conditioners, replacement clipper blades and maybe even pet cologne around. We’re just saying, if you’re looking to get your hands on some of the aforementioned products at ridiculously low prices, head on over to this right here link. Starting at $4.50, folks!

7. Doors & Gates

Sure, you could build your own. But that takes time, money and, honestly, some effort. We’re thinking, why not limit the requirements to just money? Very little money, to be precise. Cheap dog accessories are bound to include doggy doors and restrictive gates at some point, so it might as well be now. Dogs have to know boundaries. And instead of training them yourselves 24/7, gates can do the job for you. Effortless, we say.

8. The Mother Of All Cheap Dog Accessories: Treats & Bowls

…because, you can’t starve the poor things, can you? And think about it – what’s more convenient and practical than getting your furbaby its very own, customized bowl? Similarly, if you’re a fan of working with them and teaching them manners and commands, you’re going to need a ton of treats. This because dogs can be incredibly smart and stubborn at the same time, which translates into tons of food. Literally. ‘Nuff said.

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