It's almost Halloween so if you're still looking for plans, why do you make some for yourselves . . . and your furry friends?
- Consider your space, the energy level of the pets, and how long they (and you) can deal with a party. Don't try to pack in too many pups (when the number of animals multiplies, so does the risk of accidents and the amount of flying fur). Make sure you know how the dogs will react to each other by choosing BFFs.
- Never leave candy – especially chocolate – out in the open. Even if your dog can't or won't get it that doesn't mean his furry friends will be as well-behaved.
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- Gather decorations and props in a separate space before the party starts. Encourage guests to arrive with pets in costume for a photo opp in the closed door room – this way they will focus more on you and the camera than visiting pals. Dogs can be monitored for their studio time and then let back to play with everyone else after you get the perfect piccy.