Firstly, I would just like to thank everyone that took an interest in the costumes for pets post. There were 3000 views on this one, I do have to announce that there is no official winner, I didn’t receive any pictures to judge or to choose from, which was a bit weird usually the bull owners have the most pride! but anyway, thank you for reading and sharing so many of my posts, you guys are awesome! You have helped me to be able to get stories out there, to bring attention to abuses, and to get dogs saved, I can never express exactly how much that means to me, All I can say is thank you very much for that! and thanks for laughing at some bulls and assorted critters with me!
Maybe next year! Until then please feel free to share your photo’s of you dogs with me, everyone loves a great photo. The more the public sees that pit bulls and bully breeds are just like any other dog, the sooner we can walk them down the street and not have mothers shielding their kids, or people crossing the street. send your photos to: email@example.com and I will proudly share them with the world 🙂
I will be the first to admit that I have never dressed up my dogs, no pink coats here please, But Halloween is different. Come on now, I know what you are thinking but it is the one day a year when we can play dress up with them, over the years I have seen pets dressed up for Santa and Halloween and it goe me thinking that maybe I should invite you all to send me some of your pictures of your dogs in their costumes.
November 1st I will post any that I get so we can all have a little laugh at our furry friends expense. Now don’t judge me, you know as well as I do that they laugh at our expense all the time! Or didn’t you catch yourself on all fours begging the dog to kiss you, or something just as embarrassing if the public saw you do it!
It’s all in good fun, and besides I have seen some pretty cute dog pumpkins on Halloween!
Thanks everyone and remember to keep your pets safe on Halloween, I generally recommend keeping all pets inside on Halloween, don’t forget that the night all the crazies come out, and I don’t mean the kids.
If you do take your pets out with you I urge you to keep them on leash at all times and add a reflector to their collars, or put on a reflective vest.
Statistics show that over 1/4 of pet related accidents happen on such holidays and or special events.
Happy early Halloween all. Send all photos to firstname.lastname@example.org, and the winner will become the profile picture for apitomes page for pit bulls on Facebook for the month of November.
PS here’s a little inspiration for you and you’re welcome!