As we get closer to Halloween, it may be easy to jump to the scary conclusion that your dog has turned into a werewolf. Even more alarming is the fact that October 26th is Howl At The Moon Day, a day that werewolves are sure to observe. Here’s what to look for.
You might want to take your pup out trick-or-treating with the family or stay home to hand out treats to kids in costumes. Either way, make sure you take all the necessary precautions to have a safe and happy holiday. Here are a few tips for keeping your dog out of danger on Halloween night.
Halloween is lurking around the corner like a vampire in the night. It’s one of the most fun holidays on the calendar, and it’s full of tricks and treats and all kinds of spooky surprises. But all that fun isn’t just for the humans. Our doggy pals want in on the yearly monster mash, too.
If you are looking for the best Halloween costumes for large dogs, then you’ve come to the right place. We searched all over Instagram to find our favorite doggy costume inspiration and brought it down to these ten. You can even make some of them yourself!
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Halloween is almost here, and you want the best costume for your small dog. Is your dog as excited as you are? Do you have a costume picked out for your little dog? Here are some of the best Halloween costumes for small dogs!
With all the noisy decorations, parties, and people coming to the door, knocking, ringing the bell, and yelling, “Trick-or-treat!” your dog can start to feel very anxious, especially if they’re already prone to noise anxiety. Here are a few steps you can take to reduce their Halloween noise anxiety.
Wiener Dogs in Halloween costumes — that’s one of our favorite things about the holiday! Their adorable, long, little bodies are perfect for playing dress up. Here are ten dog costumes that are ideal for Dachshunds!
Halloween is a great time to dress our Pugs up in adorable costumes. The important thing is to make sure that your dog is happy and safe. Here are the best Pug Halloween costumes for your pup!
Halloween is coming up, so maybe you’re in the mood for some stories of terrifying hounds. Luckily for you, there are plenty of legends from all throughout history of otherworldly canines that can send shivers up your spine. Here are five legendary and mythical dogs who will chill your bones.
All you probably want when you dress up your pooch is to share your adorable fur baby with the rest of the world. What gives with all the anger? Why are people getting so mad over a dog in a Halloween costume? Here’s what you should know.
If you think you’ve seen the ghost or spirit of a dog, you’re not alone! Some say your pet dogs come back to visit you from beyond to make sure you’re okay and to let you know they’re still watching over you. Are ghost dogs real? What do you think?
Forget about witches and zombies; a seemingly innocuous bag of candy can be one of the scariest things that enters a dog parent’s home. Calls to the Pet Poison Hotline increase twelve percent during the week of Halloween. Here’s what you should do if your dog eats candy.
We all want our canine companions to live long, happy, healthy lives. October is National Pet Wellness Month, a good time to remember the importance of regular wellness checkups and making healthy lifestyle choices for your precious pup.
Labor Day is coming up on September 7th in 2020! For many of us, Labor Day is the last real summer hurrah. So of course we want to celebrate it with our family members, including the furry ones! If you’re not sure where to get started, here are five ways to celebrate Labor Day with your best friend.
August 26th is National Dog Day! Maybe every day is Dog Day in your home, but we’ll take any excuse to go above and beyond for our pooches. Dogs do so much for us all year long. It’s only right that we take a day to honor our besties and do a little something extra for them.
August 15th is National Relaxation Day — a day to take it easy and relieve some stress, and your best furry friend can certainly help with that. Being around dogs can help reduce blood pressure, anxiety, loneliness, and plenty of other things that stress us out.
The 4th of July is a time for the people of America to come together and celebrate their Independence Day. But our dogs want to get in on the fun sometimes, too. These dogs are happy to have some summer fun and enjoy the holiday with their best friends.
Yes, the 4th of July holiday looms, as does the possibility your pet will suffer stress, trauma, or illness associated with the festivities. How can your pet catch a break and stay healthy? You, the responsible caretaker, must educate yourself on the holiday’s hazards and proactively prepare!
What’s extremely important for dog parents on the 4th of July is to make sure that our dogs have updated tags and collars. It’s especially important this holiday because July 5th is the busiest day of the year for animal shelters.
On 4th of July weekend, we encourage pet parents to remember that holiday fireworks are often at the center of pet injuries, and we should take proper measures should to keep all dogs and cats as safe as possible as Americans celebrate their country’s birthday.