The latest accessory for New York's pampered pooches is one that will disappear if Fido needs a bath.
Some dogs on Manhattan's Upper East Side are getting temporary tattoos.
Dog groomer Jorge Bendersky charges $100 for one of his temporary glitter-and-glue tattoos.
Joanne Rosten's German shepherd, Noah, recently got a pair of sparkly lips on his backside.
Rosten told the Daily News that it's important for her dogs to be fashion-forward.
The tattoos can last a month with care, or dissolve in a single bath.
One dog owner told the News that her Chihuahua smeared his tat with dirt 24 hours after he got it. She had to wash her $100 investment down the drain.