Should you make your dog wear a Halloween costume?
By MONICA COLLINS www.askdoglady.com October 23, 2012 9:04AM
**HOLD FOR RELEASE FOR 6 A.M. THURSDAY OCT.15** This photo taken Oct. 4, 2009 shows pugs Mochi, left, and Olive posing for a photo dressed in their Halloween costumes at flowers at their home in Huntington Beach Calif. The stepsisters have been geisha girls, surfer girls and sushi over the years. They may not understand the tradition, but "pugs understand positive energy," explained dog owner, partner and costume designer Lisa Woodruff. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)
Updated: November 25, 2012 11:25AM
Q. Halloween is my favorite time of year. I even named Spooky, my black Scottish terrier, after the holiday.
Think smartly about this. Your dog already wears a collar so why not try to put him in a neckpiece — such as an orange ruff or bowtie. Dogs let us know their limits and Spooky has told you he’s not a circus dog. Listen to him.
Q. My dog is 2 1/2 years old and still has accidents in the house. She stays in the crate with no problem during the day but in the evenings, she sneaks a pee, often on the wood floor in the living room. She also gets out of bed in the middle of the night and may relieve herself. Any suggestions? In your column a few weeks ago, you mentioned two products that took the smell of urine away and I can’t find where I placed the clipping.
In your column a few weeks ago, you mentioned two products that took the smell of urine away and I can’t find where I placed the clipping.
Simple Solution and Nature’s Remedy are two products to cleanse dog urine stains and smells.