Do You Dress Your Dog?
Well? Do you dress your dog?
I’m not typically a dog dresser, but Halloween is around the corner. I have a confession to make here. I never dressed my own kids for Halloween.
Don’t hate me.
But this year I’ve decided to start small and dress the dogs just a little. A little.
What do you think? More? No dressing the dogs?
Argh! Flash isn’t so long-suffering about things on his head. He wants a treat. The next, logical question, is, do I take them trick or treating? And do I give out dog treats along with candy this year?
I’m still ignorant of a lot in the dog world, so I’ll ask y’all – do you take your dogs trick or treating? Do you give out treats?
Because if I give out dog treats, it would probably be JNC’s Windee Rings. Or their Wheezer Sticks. I think I’m going to ask Laura and Suzy if they give out treats, and which ones they think would be best to hand out. Hm.
The Little Dogs Suffer It Better
In case you haven’t guessed, this is a gently recycled post, but only a percentage of it is post consumer waste. Since I first wrote this, I’ve gotten two little dogs. The big dogs are relieved that they no longer have to wear things on their heads. And in fact, I did dress Chewy and Gadget for Halloween one year.
Gadget as a Taun Taun was … well. Let’s just say that he doesn’t like the cold.
This is absolutely one of my favorite photos of Chewy. Dressing him up is so satisfying. And he hates it with a white-hot passion. Things on his head? Even worse. But hilarious.
He definitely got a Jones Natural Chew after this photo. How could I not?
Speaking of Jones Natural Chews, we’re at the end of the Pumpers giveaway! Enter by clicking this sentence, scrolling down and following the simple directions on the giveaway page. And tweet! Daily tweets increase your chances of winning. Shoot, for wearing feathers on its head, your dog will deserve a big, meaty treat like a Pumper. What? You don’t make your dog wear feathers on its head? *sigh*
Spreading the good chews …