October 28, 2016
Didn’t find your pet’s perfect costume in our “10 Homemade Halloween Dog Costume Ideas for Beginners to Experts” post? Never fear, DogWatch is here to help! We’ve found 5 more fantastic, trendy options to highlight your dog’s unique looks, personality and attitude. Try one out this Halloween, and don’t forget to snap a photo and enter our 3rd Annual DogWatch Halloween Photo Contest! Read post »
October 17, 2016
Witches, zombies, ghosts, ghouls and…hot dogs? Whatever spooky or silly costume your pet will be sporting this Halloween, we want to see it! Starting today, share a photo of your dog in his or her costume on our Facebook wall or via Instagram using the hashtag #DogWatchHalloween. (Cats and other pet photos are welcome too.) Please also include your pet’s name and breed. The DogWatch team will select their favorites, and share the photos on our Facebook page and here on Dog Tails.
The first place winner will receive either a gift basket filled with $75 worth of dog treats, toys and goodies OR your choice of a DogWatch Training Product (valued at $99-$229). Additional prizes will be awarded for creativity.
The contest runs through 12 midnight on Tuesday, November 1, 2016. Winners will be announced on Friday, November 4, 2016 on our Facebook page and right here on Dog Tails. We look forward to seeing your dogs in their costumes! Read post »
November 6, 2015
DogWatch asked for the best Halloween photos of your dog in costume, and the results were spooky, silly, creative and above all, adorable! The DogWatch team had a blast going through all of the amazing entries and voting for our favorites. Needless to say, it was difficult to pick just one . . . or two . . . or three! But after we all cast our votes on Wednesday, we are thrilled to announced the winners of the 2015 DogWatch Halloween Photo Contest!
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October 28, 2015
While Halloween is an exciting time for us humans, it can be a downright scary and stressful time for dogs. Constant noise and activity, strange people in strange costumes, doorbells ringing, doors opening and closing – all of this can be highly upsetting to many dogs. Here are some guidelines from DogWatch to help you keep your dog safe and sane on the scariest night of the year.