It is no secret that pet parents go above and beyond making sure their dogs are happy and comfortable, sometimes spending more money on their pets than on themselves. And in fashion-forward DFW, where a mix of flash and class is the norm, posh dog clothes are a must. Here are the best places to go clothes shopping for your dog.

Lucky Dog Barkery; Photo credit, Caroline Calais

Lucky Dog Barkery
8320 Preston Center Plaza Drive
Dallas, TX 75225
(214) 368-6000
www.theluckydogbarkery.comThe Lucky Dog Barkery is a Toys “R” Us for dogs, instead of kids. They have everything you desire. Clothes racks filled with colorful doggie vests, sweaters, hoodies and rain gear are the first things that meet the eye; the second are shelves filled with different varsity dog apparel and baskets filled with dog toys. The store also sells dog food and organic dog treats, collars, leashes, harnesses and bedding. A small section is also dedicated to cats.

The Canine Cookie Company; Photo credit, Caroline Calais

The Canine Cookie Company
207 E. Louisiana St.
McKinney, TX 75069
(214) 769-4886
thecaninecookiecompany.comThe Canine Cookie Company is the store every small, medium and big dog wants to go to shop for their clothes. Here you can find cold weather dog vests, cozy knitted sweaters for chilly Texas days and stylish raincoats for those days rain soaks to the bone. The store also carries Thundershirts, an apparel that swaddles the dog and keeps him or her calm during a thunderstorm. In addition to clothes, the store also sells doggie greeting cards, toys, grooming products and dog treats. The treats are the brainchild of store owners, Stephanie and Craig Farrar. In 2004, at a time when tainted dog food and treats imported from China made dogs sick, they decided to start developing their own brand made with boneless skinless chicken. The latest addition to the product line is gluten free cookies in chicken, beef and sweet potato flavor.

Woof- Cool Stuff For Dogs; Photo credit, Caroline Calais

Woof – Cool Stuff For Dogs
2001 Coit Road, Suite 160
Plano, TX 75075
(972) 964-5164 After ten years in business, the people at Woof know exactly what dogs want. Under the guidance of the store mascot, Wilbur the Pug, customers can find everything from adorable faux fur-lined hoodies to cozy knitted sweaters, hats or a pajamas for their small to medium sized dogs. The store, located at the northwest corner of Park and Coit in Plano, also carries a large selection of collars, leashes, harnesses and bedding. A special section is reserved for organic food and treats. Woof also has a grooming salon open everyday except Monday.

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Lucca Bella Doggie Spa & Boutique; Photo credit, Caroline Calais

Lucca Bella Doggie Spa & Boutique
2512 Oak Lawn Ave.
Dallas, TX 75219
(214) 559-0855
www.luccabella.comThere is no doubt; even a Beverly Hills pampered pooch would feel right at home at Lucca Bella. Not only do you find couture looking apparel, bedding and jewelry for your little family member, the spa part of the store also offers mud baths and massage, blueberry vanilla facials, hair coloring and pawdicures for your dog. A day care with a video feed will calm the most anxious of pet parents.

Wag Canine Emporium
1005 Foch St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
(817)877-4924 Located in the heart of Fort Worth’s cultural district and a few blocks from Will Rogers Coliseum, family-owned and operated Wag Canine Emporium aims to bring out the inner cowboy or cowgirl in your pooch. Not only does the store carry vests, jackets and sweaters for cold Texas winter days, colorful rope leads, collars, and bedding are also in the assortment. The store also carries dog food, and treats in the form of horses, longhorns and boots are on the menu. The owner Hannah and her assistant Sage, a fox red labrador, will happily arrange your best friend’s birthday party.

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Caroline Calais M.S., M.A., is a journalist living in Allen, Texas. The ex-model, fashionista and afghan hound lover, was born and raised in Sweden. She moved to the U.S in 1995 and is a naturalized American citizen. Caroline rides and shows reining horses.