I recently bought a pair of dog clothes to wear to work.
My husband loved them and told me they were adorable.
I was excited to wear them out to work but also worried they would be a nuisance to his dog.
I’m not the type to wear clothes to work that way.
I’ve been known to wear a pair to the grocery store for the last year or so to help keep my dogs from wandering.
I like to wear it when I’m around my dogs and I find that they are much less likely to walk in the store alone.
The problem is that I often have to deal with the dog who will come into my home and run into the room when I go out of my way to help them.
In a recent article on The Guardian, a reader asked if she could wear her dog to work in a dress to help her relax during her shift.
It’s so cute, it makes me feel like I’m wearing a dress!” she wrote.
It’s not that I dislike wearing a skirt, but I do like to do it to help my dog get used to my presence and the thought of being in front of him or her is very appealing.
I wanted to know if there was any research that might help me choose a suitable dress for my dog, and if so, what it would look like.
To find out more, I went to a research firm, and they showed me a variety of dress options.
Most of them were either pretty basic or even slightly complicated.
I went for a basic, grey, short dress that I could wear with my shoes.
“This is definitely the best dress I’ve found,” one researcher wrote.
“It’s easy to wear, looks great and feels good.”
“I love this dress.
I have a large dog and can’t wait to wear this for my work,” another said.
The research firm also told me that there were several different ways to make your dog’s first impression.
They had one woman who had a dog with Down syndrome, another who had an older dog and a third who had her puppy.
All had different ways of dressing their dog.
“I prefer to dress her as a dog because it gives her a better impression of me,” one woman wrote.
Another said, “This dress will fit a lot of different dogs and they will all like it.
I prefer to wear the dress with my own dog.”
But one woman in particular, who has a 10-month-old puppy, said, “[My dog] loves it.
She looks really relaxed when I wear it.”
And the person who has been wearing the dress for years said, “(She) wears it to work with her boyfriend and we have a really good rapport.”
This article originally appeared on The Financial Post and is republished here with permission.