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Now that’s a dog that’s excited about Halloween treats.

I’m not real certain she’s excited about having to wear a costume but LOOK HOW CUTE SHE IS. I can’t handle it.

I found the cutest angel costume for her at our King Soopers. It’s sparkly and has a tutu which are my only two requirements for a costume for her. And while we were there, we picked up some Pup-Peroni and Canine Carry Outs because the whole purpose of a costume is to get treats.

Am I right?

If you are as into Halloween and your pets as I am, check out the, #TrickorTreatEm website to take a quiz to find our your pet’s Halloween personality. Plus you can make a cute digital Halloween frame for your pet’s photo and get a coupon for the Big Heart Pet Treats brands!

Do you take your dogs trick-or-treating? I usually don’t but I’m thinking we might take our husky, Penelope, this year. After all, she’s done tricks all year long! It’s time for her to get some treats!

There are some safety things to consider when trick-or-treating with pets. Make sure you watch out for any candy that has fallen on the ground. Chocolate is toxic for the pups and candy in general is just not good for them. Also watch out for any pumpkins that are lit with candles. The dogs could easily knock them over and cause a big ol’ mess. And make sure they don’t eat any pumpkins either. Pumpkin is good for a dog’s digestion but stick with a spoonful of puree with their regular food.

If you’re looking to get some fun Halloween treats for your pups, make sure you check out Pup-Peroni and Canine Carry Outs, as well as the other Big Heart Pet Treats, Milo’s Kitchen and Milkbone. Don’t forget to get a costume while you’re there!