The spookiest night of the year is nearly upon us.
Fancy dress parties are being planned with precision, witches’ hats dusted off and costume confusion is rife.
Halloween is the one time of year where you can be whoever you want to be.
Whether that be a mystical creature or a famous celeb, the choice is endless.
Now your dog can get in on the action too.Online retailer Boohoo is selling matching outfits for your and your beloved pet, with Legally Blond and 101 Dalmatians tributes.
If you wish to embody Elle Woods and Bruiser, Boohoo has you covered.Bruiser would be proud to wear.If you want to make even Cruella herself jealous, shoppers can also invest in a Dalmatian catsuit for humans and a matching knitted version for dogs.
Make your own hammock-style car seat cover. The hammock style keeps the dog from getting hurt if he or she falls during any sudden stops or starts. Get the pattern here.
Unfortunately, the spotted outfits are currently sold out but keep an eye out on the website for updates.
For those who wish to be separate from their canine companion, the retailer is also offering ‘dog only’ rig outs.
Remove pet hair from carpet with a squeegee.
Moreover, if these outfits don’t tickle your fancy, here are five of the best pet costumes to dress your dog in come October 31.
Dog panda costumeGet it for £31.99 at Halloween Costumes.
Pumpkin sweaterGet it for £12.90 at Amazon.
Princess Leia dog costumeGet it for £15.99 at Fancy Dogs.
Eeyore pet costume
If you have a small dog, cutting up a lamb roll into tiny pieces is a cost-effective way to make healthy, bite-sized training treats. A 1-pound roll costs $6.98. Cut it up into the desired size, store most of it in a ziplock bag in the freezer, and leave the rest on the counter for immediate use.
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