Oliver, a pug from Aurora, Illinois. "Oliver was not thrilled with this whole costume idea!" writes MarkHartman.
Tulip, a westie from Chicago. "Tulip loves to dress, and Easter is the perfect excuse to don those Mardi Gras pearls," writes CatsnRoses. "Her chic crocheted hat was handmade, and her stylish chintz dress tailored to fit her stocky terrier figure. Tulip figured out a long time ago that dogs who dress get extra attention -- perfect for this West Highland terrier, who (to quote the Westminster Show announcer) will not be ignored!"
Sharkey, a Jack Russell terrier from Santa Fe, New Mexico. "Easter is coming, and there's help for the bunny, 'cause Sharkey's got ears that look really funny. She'll deliver the eggs as careful as can be to all of the children and to you and to me." Submitted by susanrstoltz.
Princess Bella Dora and Lonestar's Artful Dodger, shetland sheepdogs from Rowlett, Texas. "While Bella and Dodger are not fans of costumes, they do love having their picture taken, and here you see them posing with paws crossed waiting patiently for the Easter Bunny," writes marymaybe.
JellyBean, a Yorkshire terrier from Oakton, Virginia. "This photo was taken of JellyBean at the St. Patrick's Day parade in Alexandria, Virginia," writes HenryL. With "the determined look on her face, coupled with her handmade dress and matching hat, I thought she looked like a little puppy getting ready to brave the wild frontier."
Rufio, a Neapolitan mastiff from Plainfield, Illinois. "Rufio loves bunnies, especially the one in the backyard," writes kathrynDunlap. "This is his first Easter. He is only 10 months old. Rufio wanted to pay tribute to his favorite furry friends, so here comes Peter Cottontail!"