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    How to organize a dog Halloween party?

    Articlegeneral dog adviceMonday 24 October 2011

    If you want to throw a Halloween party for your puppy and you have no idea where to start, read the article below and learn how to organise a dog Halloween party. Treat it like a theme party. Obviously, your party theme is both Halloween and dogs.

    Use invites that coordinate with your decorations and general feeling of your and your dog's party. Ideas include images of doggie bones, paws, pumpkins or another more common Halloween icons and simbols. Pick a venue for your dog Halloween party, probably in a big backyard with a fence. This helps keep clean-up easy and also helps keep things civil if a couple of your guests get out of hand. If you want to have your party inside, keep the number of guests down, provide quick access to the outdoors and have clean-up supplies on hand. Serve refreshments. It is important you have at the minimum, some dog treats on hand and a number of full water bowls. Some bakeries specialize in baking cakes and other treats just for dogs and made from dog-friendly ingredients. Make sure you have food for the people, too.Include activities for both the people and the dogs. Consider having a puppy parade, a costume contest, a trick contest or variations of fetch. Be sure to let the dogs have some unstructured playtime, as well. Designate someone that isn't dog-handling to be the photographer or videographer, and take lots of photos. Send copies to pet owners after the party. It will make a great party souvenir.Don't invite dogs whose personalities you don't know, even if their people swear that they get along with everyone. Whenever a number of dogs get together, there's a chance a fight could break out.

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