November 14, 2014 9:52 pm
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
Are you or your children dressing up for Halloween this year? Maybe you prefer to put your pet in costume? Submit your photos of you, your kids, carved pumpkins, Halloween treats and your costumes!
The D.C. area has lots of water parks that combine cool water and fun.