Why Halloween is the best with dogs!
Happy Halloween... Trick or dog treat
Halloween is such a great time to celebrate… especially when you have a dog. It means the colder months are finally behind us and the actual day is always full of love, laughter and of course treats!
Not only do we dress up in crazy costumes and eat a little too much, but there are also some underlying messages and positive outcomes we can take from it all.
3 benefits of Halloween when you have a dog
When we think about Halloween it’s generally all about children in costumes… but what about our fur children? This day can be just as much fun and as beneficial for them! Here are 3 reasons why dogs love Halloween too:
- Spoiling our pups with dog treats – treating our dog is a great way to bond with them. They love food and they love when you feed them. Treating our pups shows them how much we care which helps build a connection and strengthen our relationship with our furry children.
- Getting dressed up for photoshoots – training our pets to sit for a photoshoot helps with more than just our Instagram profile. Teaching your dog to sit and stay helps with mental stimulation, self-control and a new challenge. So get dressed up and strike a pose!
- Getting active, door knocking for treats – trick or treating can be about more than just the treats. Getting outside and knocking around the neighbourhood is a great way to get your step count up!
Although getting dressed up and taking photos in your costume is fun, we all know Halloween is really about the food. During this holiday we (humans more so than dogs) tend to eat a little bit too much. So if you’re going to overeat, at least let’s add a little bit of health to the mix. So in celebration of this festival we have created a list of all the yummy festive food your pup can eat.
8 best Halloween inspired (orange) healthy foods for your dog
Pumpkin… of course!
Halloween is an amazing time to bond with friends and family, keep active and eat delicious orange food! So enjoy the holiday and stay healthy