You’ve finalized your costume (hey, fairy godmother) and hidden the candy so your husband can’t eat it all before the big day. Now it’s time to get your four-pawed friend ready with a cute costume and her very own treats.
Mr. Sniffles has always been a classic pup. Rather than trick him out in something quirky or inventive (it’s just not his personality) stick to the basics with a simple cute-as-pie pumpkin costume.
Since your dachshund can’t partake in the candy, make her some homemade treats she can nibble on with this bone shaped baking tray. Though it’s silicone, a steel reinforced rim means it won’t collapse when you move it from the oven to the cooling rack.
It’s not surprising your husband jokingly calls your poodle Kate Middleton – she is a bit of a princess. This Halloween, make her feel like a member of the queen’s court with a costume that comes with all the royal fixings.
If it’s not the right the time to give a dog a bone, treat him to some homemade jerky instead. This nifty kitchen-must comes with plenty of accoutrements (jerky gun, drying trays, fish-shaped treat cutter) plus a recipe book for novice chefs looking for direction.
Your daughter has decided to go as Wonder Woman this year and she’s picked a trusty sidekick: the family pooch. When dressed in this tee and sparkly cape he’s more than ready to help her protect the neighborhood from ghouls and goblins.
Is your Chihuahua a good witch or a bad witch? Slip her into this sassy hat and dress and see what kind of magic she casts over the trick-or-treaters.