I’m a big fan of Jax and Bones’ durable rope toys, which come in a variety of cute animal shapes. They’ve really outdone themselves this time though! Meet Gourdy the Pumpkin, Spike the Spider, and Mumford the Mummy, the new Halloween trio from Jax and Bones. As with their other rope toys, each of these spooky rope creatures is made from 100% eco-friendly, chemical-free, naturally-dyed cotton. Snag your favorite one, or all three, from Petswag.
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We’ve been getting super hyped for Halloween over here (costume roundups and zombie feet — oh my!), but as the holiday gets closer it has me thinking of survival strategies — for my dogs. You see, they’re not super fond of the doorbell. More precisely, they’re not fond of a steady stream of masked strangers ringing the doorbell over and over for hours. We’ve ultimately resorted to just not participating in the Trick-or-Treat tradition, but a few still see a dark porch, void of pumpkins, and think there’s a chance some candy awaits (wrong).
So, Dog Milkers, I wanna know:
How do you keep your dog(s) calm and stress-free on Halloween night? Any ideas for keeping them happy and still handing out candy?
Photo: “Pug in a Pug Costume” by DaPuglet
It’s almost Halloween (or Howl-o-ween as we like to call it in these parts), so we’ve rounded up 20 of our favorite dog costumes of 2012 — enjoy!
1. Where’s Waldo 2. Dynamite 3. Monkey 4. Bacon 5. Pink Dragon
Check out more pawesome costumes below!
Consider it a vital part of your dog’s zombie apocalypse survival training.
Photo: Flickr, nonnyV
Well, pups, Halloween is just around the corner, and it’s time for Dog Milk’s annual Halloween costume roundup! While browsing Pinterest and Etsy might give me delusions of grandeur in the DIY department, if you’re anything like me, you’re a) not very crafty and b) always throwing things together at the last minute. So if you’re interested in dressing your dog up this year, a ready-made costume might be just what you’re looking for. Good news: we’ve rounded up some of the best dog costumes to be found on the interwebs for 2011. Check ‘em out after the jump.
As the fortunate dog-mommy of a sweet little dog who loves to dress up, this is a very exciting time of the year for me. Deciding what Miles is going to be for Halloween is just so much fun! This year, I knew without a doubt, when I came across this shark costume at Old Navy, I had found the winner. One of Miles’ defining features is his prominent, yet adorable, underbite. What’s cuter than a shark with a massive underbite? Not much. (Wouldn’t you agree?) So now that Miles and I are Halloween-ready, we thought we would share some of our favorite costumes with you.