Charming Chihuahua Lindy regularly wins contests for dogs adorned with ultra-attractive wardrobes worth over $23,000, created by her talented owner, Mandy Corbett. increase.
A gorgeously decorated wardrobe like Lindy’s can cost thousands of dollars for other show dogs, but Chihuahua owner Mandy Corbett uses a sewing machine and imagination to create a tiny Creates a great amazing look for a 4 year old dog. Over $25 each.
For dog owners buying dog-competition looks, a dress similar to the one Corbett made can cost upwards of $230. Full of $23,000 worth of dog couture.
When the hairy fashionista isn’t putting her best front paws on stage, Lindy lives a life of luxury in Stockton-on-Tees, England. Corbett, 45, takes Lindy through her daily beauty routine covering her dog’s coat, nails and teeth.
Lindy lives with two other Chihuahuas, Coco, 4, and Indy, 10. They help the dog train her trick portion of the competition and help keep her plush pet happy and active.
With the support of Corbett and her canine companions, Lindy began entering dog competitions a year ago and has already won several awards.
Her owner is “very proud” to see Lindy feeling good on stage.
“She walks with confidence. For me, I love that more than anything,” Corbett told SWNS of Lindy’s pageant performance. It’s a complete turnaround from
Mandy got Lindy when Chihuahua was just 16 weeks old. After her 6-year-old Chihuahua Mindy died prematurely from heart failure, Pint her size dog proved to be a source of comfort.
“Lindy seemed to know I was going through a really tough time and never left my side. She was always there for me,” Corbett said.
During the lockdown of the COVID-19 pandemic, Lindy was worried about not being able to interact with other humans and dogs, so Mandy started attending dog shows and training classes to help her puppy overcome his fears. .
While Lindy attended the show in a fancy dress, people told Corbett that she might be joining Chihuahuas at the dog pageant — and the pair didn’t look back.
Crafty Corbett, who always sews and knits clothes for her beloved Chihuahua, says that participating in the contest gave her a reason to create different outfits for Lindy.
“I keep all of her outfits and accessories. They’re too big, so I have to keep some in vacuum bags under my bed,” Corbett said of the wardrobe she created. , I made at least 40 costumes for her.”
“I have to know what she’s comfortable with. If I make something that’s too heavy or too big for her, she won’t wear it,” the owner added. I know how to make beautiful hats, and all my wigs are handmade.”
Mandy keeps the costs of her dog designs down by buying materials and decorations from craft shops.