Dazzle Dog Delight Posting Page
Monday, October 11, 2010
With Halloween right around the corner, even those dog owners who normally shy away from dressing up ol’ Buddy may be having second thoughts. What’s cuter than a corny Chihuahua? A piggy poodle? A turtle terrier? Still not convinced? What if I told you your Boston terrier could be a “bone”-a fide bridesmaid? Wondering what else could masquerade your sweet mutt this season? Check out these other fantastic costume ideas.

But let’s face it; whether it be for warmth or style purposes, some dogs need a wardrobe year-round. Whether your dog is the argyle-loving professorial type or more of a laid-back, with the cold weather coming, a sweater is a fun necessity! And if your dog is of the longhaired variety, and will remain plenty warm with her natural fur coat, what about a collar to compliment those lovely locks? Whether your gal likes to glam it up or keep it simple, a leather collar is always an attractive, durable choice. Sometimes dogs can be real night owls, and a pooch who prefers late-night strolls needs something with a bit more glow.

There really is no end to the fun ways to dress up your dog. So, have fun turning your dog into a real live Super Muttel, and have a wonderful Halloween!

by Joy Randel

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Blogger Veronica Lee said...

Hi! Stopping by from MBC. Great blog.
Have a nice day!

October 12, 2010 at 12:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That dress is so cute. Last year I dressed my 2 dogs up as boxers last year for Halloween. We made boxing shorts out of mens boxers and made little boxing gloves and put them around their front paws. Whiskey was Manny Pacquiao and Max was Floyd Mayweather. They were a big hit.

July 3, 2012 at 5:26 AM  

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