K-9 Halloween Costumes

Pooches join in on Halloween festivites.

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Some animal welfare groups encourage people not to give into the Halloween urge to dress their beloved animals up in costumes, as in cats dressed as butterflies; dogs dressed as Batman.
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Make sure your pet is wearing an identification tag with its costume, just in case it freaks out over the whole affair and runs away.
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Never take your eyes off your pet when it has a costume on. Keep it supervised at all times.
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And, you should try the costume on the pet before the big event. If your pet seems distressed, allergic or shows abnormal behavior, consider letting him go "au natural."
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"I got paws that jingle jangle jingle..."
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Many people spend as much time trying to decide how to dress their dog for Halloween as they do trying to figure out their own costume. "Who you callin' a hound dog?"
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Up, up and away!
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You lucky dog, you.
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"Do I look like a poodle to you buddy?"
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"I bees the baddest bitch up in in this piece."
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"Can someone pass me the Grey Poupon?"
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Here we come to save the day!
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Polly wanna biscuit?
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Now this is just disturbing.
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"Does this hat make me look fat?"
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Poor dog got hosed with this outfit.
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"Get off me. Do I look like a cookie to you?"
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"I wish I could just make make myself disappear."
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