Transcript for Doggies Take Pictures With Santa That Are Sure to Be Instant Classics
Oh, look at that little sweater right there. I can't get daisy to wear a sweater. Family pets are not being left out this Christmas. We're spending more than ever on the gifts. And Brandi Hitt shows how far some pet lovers will go. Reporter: Move over, kids, Christmas is going to the dogs. And even the pigs. This holiday season the American pet products association predicts people will shell out more money than ever before on their four-legged and feathered friends. Feathered thing for the cat and squeaker toys for the dog. Reporter: With the average shopper expected to spend $30 on pet gifts. Up 14% over last year. Compare that to $459, the anticipate D budget up for family. Up just 6.5%. More and more, they're treating animals like children. Reporter: Just step into this Los Angeles pet boutique, sales jumped 20% during the holidays. One of the hottest items, eye-catching Christmas sweaters. Do you really like the sweater? There are pet toys, specialty treats, spa treatments, and canine and kitty couture. 2 to $3,000. Reporter: $3,000 a bed? Uh-huh. Reporter: And Santa will narrow who's been naughty or nice. Brandi Hitt, ABC news, los Angeles. I have to make a confession. I might have treated my youngest puppy to a new coat. That's cocoa. That's her new winter jacket. I had to try it on. Their memories are short. I'll put it in her stocking. She'll be happy again. My dogs are getting prime rib tomorrow. Wow. Carve that roast beast. They won't wear clothes. You tried it? They won't do it no no way.
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