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Pet Owners Bedazzling Their Furry Friends

CLIFTON, Colo. -- Nail painting, feather extensions, bling and temporary tattoos. Some pet owners are choosing to pamper, primp and bedazzle their dogs for the holidays.
CLIFTON, Colo. -- Nail painting, feather extensions, bling and temporary tattoos.
Some pet owners are choosing to pamper, primp and bedazzle their dogs for the holidays.

"They think they're it at home anyway."   Tony Garcia's poodles, Sasha and Niesha, are the queens of his home.  And he when he took them to get groomed he decided to take it up a notch for the holidays.
"I worked in Washington DC and they had dogs this and that, they had them fixed every which way that you could think," Garcia says.

Melissa Bibeau is the owner and mastermind behind Paw Prints Grooming.
"You can do bling, you can do colors you can do feathers," she says.

And was recently inspired by the east coast trend of putting bedazzling dogs...
"It's just a fun way to express your own creativity on your dog."

From nail painting, to fur feathers, "I've had them last a few weeks on my dog even through play."

To bling, "You can do a little something, you can do a lot something"...

And who says tattoos are only for people? 

Temporary pet tattoos put a sparkle in their step.

And highlights?  Yep, dogs can get those too.

"A pink tail, even if you had some crystals you can go ahead and put that into it," Bibeau says.

Bibeau's been grooming dogs since she was a teen and one of the best things about making dogs beautiful, is being able to make time for her family.
"Great thing about grooming is we can still groom and do other things, go to school, raise kids, raise a family."

All of products used at 'Paw Prints Grooming' are animal safe.

And the designs aren't limited to dogs. Bibeau says cats can do it too.


(Alicia Gentile, KKCO for CNN)


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