Halloween is one of the best times of the year for many. Nothing can beat the changing of the leaves and the cool crisp autumn air. If you are a big fan of the holiday, you most likely enjoy the aspect of spooky scares and frights. This year, Halloween is going to be a little different. It will be difficult to trick-or-treat and remain six feet apart. Social gatherings have generally been limited this year, but they are not completely eradicated. There are still many ways you and your labradoodle can enjoy a spooktacular Halloween holiday.
1. Solve Mysteries
Since the virus has swept the country, we have spent a lot more hours at home with our pets. So, a good way to create a fun, different experience could be to hang out with your friends and their pets virtually. Once your group has congregated, you can play out a fun mystery game. Nothing is more exciting and suspenseful than a classic whodunit.
2. Dress Up
Halloween is not Halloween without dressing up in costumes, and there is nothing cuter than a Labradoodle puppy in costume. There are countless options online for terrific pet and owner duo costumes. Once you and your Labradoodle have selected the perfect costume, make sure you let the world know by sharing some adorable pictures on social media.
Whether you live in an apartment or house, you can show off your Halloween spirit by decorating your surroundings with some spooky décor. There are countless Halloween themed stores in which you have a large selection of ghoulish decorations. You do not have to limit yourself to bedazzling up your living quarters, but your Labradoodle’s stuff as well.
4. Visit a Pumpkin Patch
A pumpkin patch is the perfect place for your dog to get some exercise and enjoy the fresh air as you get to pick a big orange ball of fun. There is no question that your dog would have the time of their life in a large field full of pumpkins.
Just because Halloween may look different this year, does not mean you and your Labradoodle can not have an enjoyable and festive Halloween experience. For more information about raising an Australian Labradoodle, browse the Texas Australian Labradoodles blog.