Small garden decorations have become an increasingly popular pet gift for pet owners and are gaining popularity in recent years.

A study conducted by Pet Hub shows that pet owners in the U.S. are spending an average of $3,814 per year on pet decorations.

Pet decorators at Pet Hub say that they are often the first to give the decorations a try, but they also want to make sure that their clients have a solid understanding of what they are buying.

“If you buy a bunch of decorations for a pet, they will appreciate them more than you will,” said Rachel Anderson, a pet decorator at PetHub.

“If you are buying a decorative piece for your pet, it’s best to start by learning how to decorate it properly.

The decorations need to be durable and have the right kind of texture.”

Pet decorators say that many pet owners are looking for a new way to decorating their pets, and pet decorators agree.

“I love pet decoration, but I also love the joy of putting together something for my dog and watching them enjoy it,” said Anderson.

Pet decorating in the United States is becoming increasingly popular.

According to Pet Hub, pet decorating has become the most popular way for pet families to display their pets.

The survey showed that pet decorers in the US spent an average $3.25 on pet decor in 2016.

The average decorator spent $1,724.

Anderson said that the most expensive pet decor items were usually in the $500-$1,000 price range.

Pet decorations are available online, but pet decoration is a hobby for some people.

“Some people are more into pet decor than others,” said Amy Gulli, an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

“People who like making things, or people who like a little bit of DIY.

You’ll find that a lot of people are into pet decoration.”

Pet decorations can be used as an art project or as a pet play area, but Anderson recommends that pet parents and caregivers use pet decor as a fun activity to play with.

Pet decorations are also great for children, as the pet decor is often a centerpiece to a toy.

“Kids love them,” said Gullin.

“They’ll enjoy it a lot more if they’re involved in it.”