TheMetro Pet Halloween Costume Contest has selected its winners and these creatures put humans to shame.
Why not encourage your family and friends to VOTE for your pet! All they have to do is ‘Like’ , then click on the ‘Halloween Contest’ tab.
Join us on Wednesday, October 26 from 6-7pm for a Pet Halloween Costume Contest. Dress your pet in his or her creative Halloween best to vie for a prize at Cottonwood Mall (1st, 2nd, & 3rd place winners will win a giftcard). Even if he/she doesn’t win, your pet will receive a treat bag for putting his/her best paw forward. Pet owners are encouraged to dress up as well!
Halloween Pet Costume Contest! Â First Place Wins $50 plus prizes! Â
Detroit Lions Punter Sam Martin to host Halloween Pet Costume Contest
Captain Bianca "Whitebeard" Witherell is the winner of our Halloween Pet Photo Contest! Bianca has won a 6-month supply of Tri-Heart Heartworm Preventative. Our two runners up were Louie (Superman) and Daisy (Unicorn), who each won a free bag of Hills Dog Treats. Congratulations to all!With Halloween quickly approaching, our veterinary clinic is hosting a Halloween Pet Costume Contest 2014. It’s open to anyone with a dog or cat. (No purchase is necessary.)Halloween Pet Costume Contest 2016 ! The winners will receive a GIFT CERTIFICATE for Exotic Bird Hospital! 1st PLACE $ 50.00 2nd PLACE $ 30.00 3rd PLACE $ 20.00 Winners will be announced on our Facebook and Twiter pages on Nov 3rd. You can enter your pet pictures with different costumes and increase your chances of winning!!!
Scary Halloween Hazards For Your exotic Pet
Getting creative with your pet costume can be fun and exciting! Just remember safety first!
Chocolate: This common Halloween treat is not for your pet. Chocolate, especially in the form of dark or baking chocolate, can be toxic.
Halloween plants Traditional Halloween decorations like pumpkins and corn are not toxic, but ingestion could cause digestive upset or an obstruction.
Candles If you choose to light up your Jack O’Lantern with a candle, keep it out of the way of your mischievous pet to prevent burns.
Costumes If you choose to dress up your exotic pet, be sure that the costume fits well and does not obstruct vision, hearing, or breathing. A costumed pet should always be supervised so that it does not become tangled in the costume or chew off pieces.
Decorations Be sure that tempting decorations like tinsel, ribbons, or anything metal that can be ingested are kept out of reach.Halloween pet costume contest for dogs (and two cats!) Filmed at Pawsway pet education center operated by Purina at Harbourfront in Toronto. The two cats got along very well with the dogs that were there!