We hope that we are not hurting anyone’s feelings when we say that our canine friends hate costumes, and that if they had the choice, they’d rather parade around in the altogether on All Hallows’ Eve. However, Halloween can be a fun occasion to turn our pooches into little monsters, fiends and other strange creatures. Some dog owners show amazing creativity and we have to admit that some of their costumes have brought more than a smile to our lips.
If you feel inspired by them, just bear in mind the advice we give you below and make sure your dog is terrifyingly dressed for Halloween but also safe and hazard-free!
Now let’s begin, without further ado, the journey into the dark…
ANIMALS DRESSED UP AS ANIMALS
THE MOST ORIGINAL ONES
AND THE MOST TERRIFYING ONES…
Make your Halloween a success: spooky but never risky!
If you’re thinking of dressing up your dog this year, make sure you’re not the only one having a good time:
- Don’t let this experience be a trauma for your dog. If you force it to get into a costume, it could be stressed out and you may never repeat the experience again. Best try little by little, with a lot of calm, and a lot of treats.
- Don’t use strings or elastic bands, like those that you see on most party masks for instance, near its neck as your dog could get caught in something and choke.
- Use natural materials and fabrics to avoid alergic reactions to synthetic products.
- Don’t use costumes which could prevent your dog from drinking or breathing normally.
- Don’t use make-up, paint or sprays which are not made with natural ingredients. Your dog could lick them and get poisoned.
And, please, don’t forget to share with us the pictures of your fluffy monster!