Posted on October 11, 2010
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! Skunks and caterpillars and zebras, oh my! Never have I seen such an adorable and hilarious assortment of canine Halloween garb as can be found at OhMyDogSupplies.com. I hope you will check it out (click on the link at the bottom of this blog), but I recommend doing so only if you have an empty bladder- you’ll be laughing so hard you just might ………. have an accident! I keep going back and forth about which is my favorite costume- it remains a toss up between the Cheerleader and the Spicy Taco!
Please have a look and then let me know which Halloween outfit is your favorite! When you respond be sure to provide the following information:
1. The name of your favorite costume (just one) from the OhMyDogSupplies website
2. Your dog’s size (see sizing recommendations provided on the website)
3. Your dog’s name, age, and breed (best guess if he or she is a mix)
Be sure to respond by October 18th because on October 19th I will randomly choose five names from those of you who have responded. If your name is chosen, you and your dog will receive a wonderful Halloween costume (we’ll try to provide you with your favorite) compliments of OhMyDogSupplies. In return, I will ask that you provide me with a photo of your dog in his or her Halloween duds so I can share them with my blog audience. Happy Halloween!
Now here’s wishing you and your four-legged family members abundant good health.
Nancy Kay, DVM
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Author of Speaking for Spot: Be the Advocate Your Dog Needs to Live a Happy, Healthy, Longer Life
Recipient, American Animal Hospital Association 2009 Animal Welfare and Humane Ethics Award
Recipient, 2009 Dog Writers Association of America Award for Best Blog
Recipient, 2009 Eukanuba Canine Health Award
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