The Ugly Christmas Sweaters Your Pet Needs Right Now

Ahh the holidays…that magical time of year when everyone comes together with friends and family. Besides the beauty of being with the people you love, it’s also about the beauty of all those holiday decorations. The lights and the trees are great, but lets not forget about those wonderfully cheesy holiday sweaters. It’s time to pull yours out of storage and pick one up for your furry friend.

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Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer has a very adorable sweater. This little red and white number is perfect for any sized pup, with sizes ranging from XX-small to 3X-large. Scoop one up for your pup this season.

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This sweater is the perfect mix of holiday and humor. Nothing says “winter is here” like a classic yellow snow joke. Your pet can definitely show off its style and snark in this perfect pup sweater.

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Nothing screams holiday sweater like a giant tree and twinkly lights. This one is handmade, so it has that extra cutesy kitsch. If your cat will tolerate wearing clothes, this sweater is a must.

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For a sweater that’s still holiday-appropriate without feeling too Christmas-y, try this snowflake jumper. Your pup can wear this sweater all season long, even after the actual holiday season has passed.

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Keep your cat cozy and festive with another handmade sweater from Etsy. The reindeer and heart design is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. It’s the perfect festive touch for your family photos this holiday season.

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No ugly sweater is complete without sparkles and pom poms. Your pup is bound to be the star of the holiday party with this unique look. Snap a pic and prepare for all the Instagram likes.

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This cozy sweater feature a scarf and mittens to make sure your pup is always bundled up. Baby it’s cold outside, but your pet is sure to stay warm with this adorable holiday-themed sweater.

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Sarah Cookson

Writer/Dog Enthusiast living in New York City. Only goes to parties in hopes there will be a dog there to hang out with. Her resolutions for 2017 were to eat healthier and pet more pups. Bet you can guess which one she stuck with.