Furry Friend in Disguise
Looking for a cool pet costume? Try one of these ideas:
- Batdog complete with cape
- Clown with ruffled collar
- Fire chief ready to run with a red hat
- Glamour dog all decked out with a feather boa
- Glow dog illuminated by glow jewelry
- Mummy wrapped in white gossamer
- Pirate with bandana
- Rock star rock and roll rover
- Vampire with collared cape
- Witch with pointy hat
Whatever you decide to do this fright night, keep your pet safe and comfortable.
- Make sure your pet’s costume isn't constricting or obstructing his vision.
- If pets are taken along trick-or-treating, keep them on a short leash.
- Keep identification on your pets whether they go outside or not.
- Be wary of pets around candles and lit pumpkins.
- Don’t let your pet sneak out when you answer the door for trick-or-treaters.
- Bring outdoor pets inside. Don’t let your pet become a victim of "tricksters."
- Keep your candy for yourself. Chocolate, tin foil and cellophane wrapper are dangerous for pets.
- Be cautious of loud and excessive noises that can frighten your pet.
- Keep decorations and costume-making items out of your pet's reach.
-- Marie Tupot Stock