Any puppy that starts out her fashion career in a sock has mad skills.
Look at that little foldy ear! Doesn’t it look like she’s wearing a cowl?
America’s sweetheart in her patriotic wear.
This is the fancy dress I made her. She questioned my choice of the fabric on the skirt trim, but I assured her it looked cute.
If anyone can make a Minion onesie look cute, it is this little shy cutie.
Polka dots are Dorito’s color! And a coordinating bag to boot.
Every girl needs comfy yet stylish jammies.
Technically not an outfit, but come on! Jabba the Hutt, or as we call it, Jabba the Mat.
Always the perfect accessory, a well fitted bed is a must.
Straight outta Compton: Spicy Dorito in an animal print hoodie. Come hither, mortals!
Dorito is celebrating her new bed. Now that she’s grown to a whopping three and a half pounds, I decided to sew something for her that she would not be forced to wear.
I figured that she needed a sweet bed just her size. I got this stretchy, furry fabric at Wal~Mart. I traced a dinner plate onto some heavy canvas and covered it with a disk of sugar skull. The wall is a stuffed tube.
Maybe she need a matching hoodie?
I would like you to meet my new love, Dorito. Dorito is a tiny little chihuahua, one pound three ounces, she is 8 weeks old today. If you’re not saying “awwwww” right now, we can no longer be friends.
Quite a feat trying to get pictures of her, she is a wiggly little girl. Her full name is Spicy Dorito Cool Ranch Carr.
Her giant ears seem to make it hard to keep her back paws on the ground.
And how cute are those tiny little paws, no bigger than a dime. She’s got a fat, pink belly, smooth and kissable.
She has little puppy sucky dreams.
She was cold one night. If you only weigh one pound, apparently you can get cold even in Kauai. I made her a sweater out of the top of a sock. Just cut it off and made two tiny slits for arm holes. I think she can pull off the look.
Look who’s already displaying some sassy attitude! That tiny tongue!
The family is in love with her little self. Except for the cat, of course, who can’t be bothered with this little speck. She is sweet, playful, and awkward, all the things a puppy should be. She’s a keeper.
Her first trip to the salon was quite the success. And she might have a career as the Aveda spokesdog.