‘Tis the season to be all up on your pop culture! Halloween doesn’t have to be all blood and guts and horror, you know. It can be relevant and hilarious, as demonstrated below.
Step 1: Find a slice of dog-friendly pizza. (Check out Jeffers Pet Slice O’ Pizza squeaky toy for a whopping $3.)
Step 2: Attach said piece of dog-friendly pizza to your dog’s collar.
Step 3: Watch the video on repeat for ultimate inspiration.
Step 1: Find swoopy blonde hair. (You probably have a leftover Justin Bieber wig you can just rework the part on, right? Or just use noodles, as demonstrated below.)
Step 2: Situate said swoop-y blonde hair on your dog’s head. (Might need some reinforcement here, makeshift bonnet-style.)
Step 3: Give your dog a treat every time he does something that resembles pointing, like, you know, shaking.
Step 1: Watch Jurassic Park, like, a thousand times.
Step 2: Find a cheap raptor costume for your dog, then spend the evening doing your very best Chris Pratt impression.
Step 1: Don’t share any spoilers, because that would be bad for all of us who’ve yet to jump on the Game of Thrones train.
Step 2: Craft a supercool, edgy, feathery cape thing.
Step 3: Attach said dark and moody cape thing to a harness leash and, well, see how Dog Snow fares in Game of Bones?
Step 1: Put your dog in a dress. Any dress!
Step 2: Your dog is totally colorblind, so it doesn’t even matter if it’s white and gold or black and blue.
Step 3: Reverse trick-or-treat and ask everyone what color they think the dress is, then tell them they’re wrong.
Step 1: Find a shark costume, or, if you’re feeling extra lazy, craft a dorsal fin.
Step 2: Put your dog in said costume.
Step 3: Make ’em feel just a little bit awkward. (See below)
Llamas on the Loose
Step 1: Help your dog really get into character by letting him hang out with a couple dog-friendly llamas.
Step 2: Get a really long leash to create the illusion of freedom. (Because safety first, and we obviously don’t actually want our dogs to escape.)
What was your favorite pop culture moment from 2015? Are you repurposing it for your dog’s Halloween costume? We’d love to hear your ideas!