If you share our mentality, then your four-legged friends are just as much family as Aunt Jeanie (you know, the one who's aqua eyeshadow hasn't changed since the 50s, and her lipstick marks require a Brillo pad.) We love Jeanie despite the messes she leaves behind, or the over-enthusiastic greetings she may give us at the door. Momma always said having a pet was like having a child that never grew up, and in the sense of care-giving she is right. Now, you wouldn't let your child wander the streets alone on Halloween, eat candy from strangers without inspection, or wear a costume they felt humiliated in, would you? So Truffles and Nora have urged me to put together this simple reminder of how to best enjoy the upcoming festivities with your fur-children.
Aimee Broussard's adorable Halloween post (and check out her crawfish pups!)
Have you ever dressed a pet up, as what? If not, what would you like to see your pet dressed as?
What Daughter Says: Pets are family, keep them safe and happy this holiday.
Check out these adorable pet costumes and #TrickOrTreatEm ideas!