When outfitting your pup for his bark mitzvah, keep two things in mind: your dog’s tolerance for wearing clothes, and your guests’ tolerance for seeing dogs in religious garb.
If you’re going all out, you can–believe it or not–find yarmulkes and prayer shawls for dogs.
Star of David dog bandanas
This multi-colored Star of David doggie bandana will come in handy for years to come, when dressing your pup for the holidays.
This blue and white jester ruff would be perfect for Purim, too.
Ruff ruff meow mazoltof tank
Suitable for any happy occasion, this tank comes in pink or blue and is emblazoned with the words ‘mazel tov.’
Bark mitzvah party: The basics – when to throw the party, entertainment, and more.
Bark mitzvah invitations: How to create dog-themed invitations for the event.
Bark mitzvah decorations: Colors, wrappings, and other aesthetic touches.
Bark mitzvah favors: Fun toys to distribute to the canine guests.
Bark mitzvah food: What edibles to serve the four-legged guests…and two-legged humans.
Bark mitzvah games: Fun activities to get the party started.
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