It’s that time of year again where you have every excuse to spoil your best furry friend. Halloween is just as fun for our dogs as it is for us. (Actually, it’s probably more fun for us, as they don’t know much about what’s going on.) That being said, have is your dog ready for Halloween? If not, here’s where you can get what you need, without spending too much on Fido!
Get Them Groomed
Before your pet rocks a Halloween costume, they need to be cleaned first! Bring your dog to the groomer at PetSmart where you can get 25% off their appointment. Once they have their fur trimmed, their nails cut, and they are smelling real good, then you’re ready for the costume. But, enjoy them looking pretty first!
Pick Out a Costume
Now that they’re clean, it’s time to pick out an adorable Halloween costume for your pet. If you want to have an endless amount of options as far as costumes and size, then go to Amazon. Online, it’s easy to find anything you need for your dog at a cheap price. But, if you’d rather just run to the store and get a costume quickly, then PetSmart will have options as well.
Stack Up on Accessories
How often do you change up your dog’s collar or leash? If it hasn’t been updated in a while, then now may be a good time to do so. There will be a lot of sales this time of year, especially for Halloween and the other holidays coming up. Check out SoftPaws to see what awesome deals they have on collars, leashes, booties, sweaters, and anything else you’d love to see on your pet this time of year!
Pets Like to go Trick-or-Treating ,Too!
Just because they don’t walk on two legs and can’t speak, doesn’t mean dogs can’t participate in trick-or-treating! When you’re out buying candy for the kids in your neighborhood, don’t forget about your most loyal companion waiting for you back at home. And, whether the treats are edible or are just play toys, they’ll be happy either way! Check out Barkbox to get the goodies sent right to your house at $10 off!
Bring Them to a Farm or Halloween Festival
This time of year, there are tons of farms where you can go pumpkin picking or hang out at a festival. You shouldn’t have to look too far to find corn mazes, music, games, as well as plenty of room to sit outside and enjoy the fall weather with your pet. Look around to see where there are costume contests for dogs. You never know; maybe your baby has the best one!
Spoiling your pet on Halloween (and every day) is all part of the fun. If you want to make your pet feel part of all the festivities without spending a lot of money, then you’re well on your way!