WASHINGTON – Halloween isn’t just a holiday for humans. Many pets join in on the festivities, as well.
But before you zip your four-legged family member in a costume and make it part of the party, keep in mind some of these safety considerations.
Believe it or not, dressing up a pet can be a great way to include the whole family in Halloween celebrations. Costumes for pets have come a long way from traditional “pumpkins” and “witches.”
Katy Nelson, local veterinarian and host of “The Pet Show with Dr. Katy,” says a lot of times, people tend to mirror their pets’ costumes with what is hot in the movie theaters.
“So I suspect with