I wanted a Yorkie SO incredibly bad, starting probably from age 10 or so all the way through my teenage years, but my parents knew (their intuition has always been astounding) that they would have to do all the Yorkie-related work (of course!) so they never let me get one.

Naturally, as soon as I got married and moved out of my parents’ home, it didn’t take long for me to add some fur to the family.

Today, I’m up to three and they are such a ray of sunshine in my life! If you know anything about the breed, you know they are characteristically stubborn and mischievous, but super sweet and cuddly. Bella, Brantley and Emme are no exception- literally, they will steal and disassemble pens one second then whine for cuddles the next. Cute. Expensive but cute.

I bought them cat collars for a while and would cycle through them pretty regularly, throwing them away when they got old or dirty (they’re $5 or so.) I knew I wanted to find them cute collars and ID tags, but I couldn’t make up my mind when I saw the huge selection available online. Finally, I found these and knew they were perfect!

Brantley’s tag is simple and pretty masculine, as is his leather collar, but I found these adorable bow ties that attach to his collar with an elastic loop and he’s been wearing one every since. The girls’ collars and tags are, naturally, a little more glam! Rhinestones, gold and cursive writing- so cute!

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I just can’t finish a #furbaby post without mentioning my late Macy, my little princess. I loved her SO much, you guys! I literally didn’t know it was possible to love a dog so much. It hurt so bad when she passed away a week after she was spayed (she was only 3 years old) and, to be honest, I’m still not over it and can’t really talk about it. Miss that gentle little angel so much, RIP my perfect little love bean♡.

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