It’s never too early for Halloween, every dog knows that. All the costume trying and treat tasting takes significant amount of time, that’s for sure. We, the pet parents, are always ready to support every holiday, of course, but how many of us are ready to go shopping for the spookilicious treats and toys? I know I don’t want to do any extra shopping with a mask in the heat.
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Halloween box is appropriately named Howl-O-Ween and contains spooky toys and not so spooky treats. There is even a bandana there, so if you fail to get a full-blown costume in time, this will do for Halloween night, if we are even doing trick-o-treating this year.
This is what came in our Halloween box this month:
Frisco Pumpkin Bear toy
This bear is absolutely cute. It’s almost too cute to be killed by Oska. She might leave it alone if she is busy with something edible, so I will keep an eye on this situation. The bear is plush, has a squeaker, and is perfect for tossing games, until all its insides are out that is.
Frisco Halloween Candy Corn TPR Bone
The colorful bone is made of tough TPR, so it has a chance to last longer than the bear. It has candy corn all over it, which is so very season appropriate. Oska enjoys tough chews and this is just it. I can definitely see her still having at least part of it by the time Halloween rolls in.
Frisco Halloween Sweet & Spooky Bandana
This is the bandana that I mentioned above and which can be used instead of a costume. If you will have a costume, you can still use this during the time leading up to Halloween, because why not? A dog with bandana on a walk is too cute for anybody to pass by, and Oska loves compliments form every stranger.
American Journey Chicken Recipe Grain-Free soft treats
Halloween is always better with treats, whether you are a dog or a child. And nobody can say no to these soft baked goodies that smell very enticing from a distance. They are small enough for puppies and for small breed dogs and great for training.
True Acre Foods Jerky Burgers Turkey & Duck Recipe
These treats are bigger and still grain-free, providing excellent protein source for all the spooky doggos. The jerky treats are made in the US and are all natural. Meat here is number one ingredient, so you can feel guilt-free when your furry love sinks his or her teeth into these cute and chewy burgers.
Fruitables Skinny Minis Spooky Pumpkin Spice treats
Humans are not the only ones looking forward to all the pumpkin spices in the air and in their coffees. Dogs enjoy pumpkin treats too. These little 3-calorie snacks are honey and cinnamon flavored as well. Eating them will never cause weight gain in your best friend, so snack away!