Like any good pet parent (because we all know that we all have this), I have a container filled with dog costume elements for every season in my attic. This year we downsized, so I told myself “No new costumes for Halloween.”
..I told myself “no new dog costumes for Halloween” while walking through the local pet boutique. I told myself “no new dog costumes for Halloween” as I browsed through spiders, cowboys, sharks, and scuba costumes. I told myself “no new dog cost–” as my eyes fell upon a specific set of costumes, and my inner mantra of Halloween self-control disappeared into an ether of candy-corn flavored excitement. The no-new-costume chant was soon replaced with “This is amazing…This is amazing…” as I grabbed my purchases, headed for the register, and then hurried home to try out the new outfits on the pups which leads me to Halloween:
Arie and Fulton got a little festive today with a throwback to a 90s favorite for many.
The truth is, since we’ve added Fulton to the family, there have been many, fantastic Harry and Lloyd like moments and when you have two goofy dogs and you see Dumb and Dumber tuxedo dog costumes, your only reaction can be this:
Don’t worry; dog actors were paid handsomely with roasted turkey, their highest value treat, for sitting still for photos and wearing their costumes. They had food, they had jobs, and none of our pets’ heads were falling off, promise.
Happy Halloween, everyone! We hope that your pups looked as fabulously derpy as ours and that you had a great evening! What did you dress your pups up as?