Preparing for Halloween

BOO! Do not be skerred.  It is just me, Daisy!  I am busy preparing for Halloween, so I thought I would share some important tips so you can  have the best Halloween, ever!  Be sure to pick out a costume you will enjoy wearing.    I thought this  mask was pretty and sparkly, but it is a little bit hard to see through the eyeball holes.

Daisy with a sparkly Halloween mask

I think the very most important thing is to make certain you have a big enough goodie bag.  I have decided the ghost bag will hold more treats, so I kicked the pumpkin bag to the curb.  Um, sorry pumpkin.  While you are filling your treat bag, make sure you do not take any chocolates.   Chocolate is not good for dogs and cats.   I recommend filling your treat bag with Pure Bites freeze-dried chicken treats!
The ghost treat basket is the winner!

Be sure to work out your doorbell-ringing paw.  The more doorbells you ring, the more treats you get!  If you are a little bit tired, you can just stay at one house and ring the doorbell over and over again.  People love that!
Work out your door-ringing paw to get the most treats

It is best to wait until after dark for Halloween to start.  Harley usually starts waiting at about noon.  That can be very boring.
Harley likes to start his trick-or-treating extra early

Do not forget, if you get too skerred with all the ghouls, goblins, and ghosts that will be out, it’s okay to run off and hide under the bed for awhile.  Just be sure to tell your mom and dad where you are going so they don’t get worried.
Even the toughest pets get scared on Halloween

I will show you the costume I picked out for Halloween in a couple of weeks.  I cannot wait!  Have you picked out your costume yet?

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  1. Daisy, that was such a cute Halloween post. We love Harley starting at noon to wait for trick and treaters. That would be boring to wait that long. Good luck Harley.

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