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Break Out The Costumes And Fire Up A Scary Movie.
It turns out, your pup would like to be right by your side for it all.
We’re breaking down the 5 best ways to spend “Pawloween” and the days leading up to it with your furry friend at home.
Watch A Spooky Flick:
Who doesn’t like to cuddle up to the one they love? It turns out it can be one of your pup’s favorite activities. Due to their loving nature, while you get spooked or scared during a horror movie, your pup’s instinct is to protect and make you feel safe.
Grab the popcorn, pick a comfy spot on the couch, and get ready to scream! Your dog will make sure there is no one lurking behind you.
Pet-Friendly Pumpkin Patch:
If your pet isn’t too keen on getting dressed up for the occasion, it is always fun to get outdoors at a dog-friendly pumpkin patch. It’s a great way to celebrate the fall season and get cute pics with your fur baby for the gram! Make sure to call your local area pumpkin patch for their rules.
Carve A Pumpkin:
To take the festivities up a notch, you can decorate your pumpkins in honor of your furry friends. There are plenty of online pumpkin templates available or you can wing it. Think of the pics you’ll get.
Treat Yo’ Pet :
There’s no better way to teach them new tricks this fall, than with a delicious treat. It’s also important to know which fall items are healthy for your pup. While candy corn and chocolate are a NO-go for your pup, treats that have peanut butter, apple cinnamon or pumpkin can be the perfect reward.
Dress Them Up!
Name something more adorable than a pup dressed up as a cowboy or princess… we’ll wait. When it comes to picking the best costume for your pet, it’s important to keep these tips at the top of your mind.
1) Make sure the outfit fits your pup comfortably.
2) Make sure their movement isn’t restricted
3) Avoid costumes with small edible pieces that may be bad for your pup’s health.
Our Favorite Time of Year!
No matter what you choose to do with your pup, make it fun, and make it memorable!