The most adorable Jewish clothing for your dog

    You love your dog. And you love to show off your Jewish pride. So why not combine the two with some adorable Jewish clothing for your pup?

    From costumes to sweaters and collars to religious doggy gear, here are some items to stock up on that’ll delight you and demonstrate your love for Judaism all year round.

    Yarmulke and Tallis Costume

    This yarmulke and tallis getup is labeled as a Hanukkah costume for your dog, but really, it’s just perfect for a bark mitzvah. Now all you have to do is teach your dog how to read his barksha (Get it? Instead of parsha?), or Torah portion, and you’ll be ready to officially declare him an adult.

    Menorah Hat

    What better way to celebrate the Festival of Lights than by dressing your pup up in this ridiculous menorah costume? He may be a little embarrassed wearing it at the dog park or at your annual Hanukkah party, but you’ll like it a latke. It’ll make for some great pictures for the five or so minutes he can keep it on.

    Menorah Bandana 

    If you want to go with something a little more comfortable and less flashy for Hanukkah, get your dog this watercolor menorah bandana. It’s oh so cute and festive, and your dog will (hopefully) be comfortable in it throughout the holiday.

    Dreidel Dog Sweater

    When it starts to get cold outside, put this dreidel dog sweater on your pup and go out for a brisk walk. The site Tipsy Elves makes this doggy gear, and they’re known for their wacky holiday sweaters, so you know you’re in good hands.    

    Passover Shirt

    Your dog loves challah, but does he love matzoh? Probably, because dogs will usually eat anything, even if it tastes like a stale cracker. This Passover, you know your seder will only be complete if you get your dog this festive shirt to celebrate.

    Matzoh Bowtie

    To complete your doggy’s Passover outfit, get him this matzoh collar. If there aren’t any kids at your seder, make sure you put the collar on him when he’s trying to sniff out where the afikoman is hidden.

    Star of David Bowtie

    If you want your dog to look dapper, get him this Star of David Bowtie/collar, which will surely make him the shining star of doggy daycare.

    Oy Vey Collar and Leash

    Want to display your love for your religion and culture every time you take your pup for a walk? Want him to look super cute at the same time? Then you should check out this oy vey collar and leash set, which you can use any time of the year.

    Avatar
    Kylie Ora Lobell is Jewess in Chief at Jewess, a Jewish women’s website, as well as a freelance writer for Aish, Chabad, The Jewish Journal of Los Angeles, and The Forward.