If you saw our blog post the other day on the 8 best dog Halloween costumes then you probably already know…we’re doing a little scouting to see what kind of doggy costume we can put together for Stetson and Linus this Halloween.
There were so many awesome dog costumes on the internet we broke this years Halloween post into 3 parts. The first post was our best of… dog costume post. You’re reading our second post, but in case you weren’t paying attention to the title these are the cutest dog costumes. Finally within the next few days you’ll get to see our 5 favorite uber-geeky, super-awesome Star Wars doggy costumes. And to answer your question, YES, I am an UBER-GEEK!
Toby wearing his Bret Michaels dog costume
So I didn’t really want to include Toby on the list twice, but I did want to show you the picture of him wearing his Bret Michaels Pets Rock Tatoo Hoodie (aff. link). Since this post is about cute I had to have him on the list…twice
Without further adieu…check out our 4 cutest dog Halloween costumes:
Our 4 Favorite Cute Dog Halloween Costumes
We love sharing these wonderful images with everyone. I did my best to find the original source to link back, but it’s difficult to tell where these originally came from. If any of the images belongs to you please let me know and I will reference your site and link back to you or if you prefer I can remove the image entirely.
Following in the footsteps of the great David Letterman (although it’s not a top 10 list)…in descending order:
#4 – Cute Puppy, Toby In A Pleather Vest
Cute Labrador retriever (Toby) in his leather vest
All puppies need a leather vest! This happens to be the Bret Michaels Pleather Vest (affiliate link) we received from PetSmart. We just thought Toby looked so dang cute (and tuff at the same time!) that we had to including him as an honorable mention and at #4 on our list.
I’m not really sure what kind of bumble bee that is…maybe a Golden Retriever? Whatever he/she is she sure is a cutie! Actually we put the bumble bee outfit on Stetson when he was a puppy. Unfortunately, he was a 6 month old puppy and didn’t exactly win the cuteness award like this little guy.
#2 – Bumble Bee, Bumble Bee, Bumble Bee!
Is this the cutest little bumble bee dog costume ever? Source: Fun Gallery
The puppies keep getting smaller, but the costume remains the same. You could put just about any dog costume on this little guy and he’s almost a shoe in to win most adorable dog Halloween costume. How could I make him #2 on our list? Well, because number 1 is cute and original and cute!
#1 – Winnie the Pooh and His Hunny!
The Cutest Pooh bear dog Halloween costume ever! EVER!!! Source: Cutaroo
OMG! OMG! OMG! We have a winner! Lets list off just a few of the cuteness factors going into play here:
He’s a puppy
He’s a cute puppy
He’s a cute, sleeping puppy
He’s a cute, sleeping puppy wearing an adorable costume
He’s a cute, sleeping puppy wearing an adorable costume with an adorable prop!
That Hunny bowl prop is cute on it’s own and that’s the least cute thing about everything in this picture!
By the way, did you figure out the formula to a cute doggy costume? Throw anything on an adorable puppy and you win!
I’m not fat…I’m just a little husky! It sounds like something I say every year after the holidays, right before I renew my gym membership and start working on my six pack…urummm….I mean my mini keg.
However, this time I was helping one of my friends train his puppy. During one of the training sessions I decided to bring along my Golden Retriever, Apache to not only act as a distraction, but to give him a chance to work on staying in a down position calmly with a puppy in the room.
So what happened? Well, puppy training went well and when they first met we happened to capture a great shot of Alchemy (Siberian Husky puppy) yapping while Apache (my Golden Retriever) has a goofy look on his face.
So I posted the picture in a few places…Facebook, Twitter, etc. and asked people to write the caption. After many responses we have a winner!
Classic Pic! A Must See! A great picture of a little Siberian Husky puppy yapping at a full grown Golden Retriever with a goofy look on his face! The caption is spot on. “I’m not fat…I’m just a little husky.” Love it!
Every once in a while I come across some funny dog pictures and I like to post them here on the blog, on Facebook, and on Twitter. So make sure you follow us. Here are the links:
It’s been a while since I posted a funny picture here at the Puppy In Training Blog. Today, while looking through Flickr for a Creative Commons-licensed content for commercial use, adaptation, modification or building upon. In particular I was searching for images of German Shepherds. While flicking through the images I came across this one that I thought you might enjoy.
Do you think someone good with Photoshop and just cropped their puppy into the picture?
That image kind of reminds me of the old Peanuts cartoons with Snoopy and Woodstock. “KEEP OFF THE GRASS, NO DOGS ALLOWED!” If you’re feeling nostalgic (like I kind of am) then I think the Peanuts DVD you’re looking for is Snoopy, Come Home (yep, that’s an affiliate link). Even better yet after doing a little research I came across Snoopy, Come Home on YouTube. The only problem is it’s broken up into 12 episodes. Here’s episode number 1:
I’m pretty sure you can watch the entire thing on YouTube. At the end of each video the next one is listed as SCH2, SCH3, etc. Also, I’m not sure how long the video will stay on YouTube. It looks like it was posted a couple years ago, but you never know when YouTube or the actual person who posted the video will pull it off the site.
Well, happy Friday everyone and have a good weekend. We’ll see you next month.
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I was surfing through Facebook last night and came across this great little video of a Doberman Pinscher, Laser Pointer, and I’m not certain, but I’m going to say someone’s younger brother. As I mentioned in the title this little video reminds me of me, my older brother, and the torture he put me through when we were kids.
Unfortunately, I had some issue downloading the animation, but just click this link: Doberman and Laser Pointer or click on the still image below:
Doberman Pinscher vs The Laser Pointer
Did you like that video? I feel bad for the kid relaxing on the couch. I also feel bad for the Doberman with his surgically cropped ears. Anyways, I hope you enjoyed this little video
Have you seen any funny dog videos? If you have send us the link and maybe we’ll add it to the Puppy In Training website.
You’ve probably seen your dog dreaming in his sleep. I sometimes here Linus whimpering or get the occassional kick in the face from Stetson when he tries to run in his sleep. However, have you ever seen an actual Sleep Running Dog? One that stands up and actually starts running in his sleep. Whether you have or have not seen a Sleep Running Dog you have to check out this video of Bizkit the Sleep Running Dog:
Bizkit The Sleep Running Dog
I witnessed this for the first time last week on my iPhone. During hockey lockeroom talk every one was a buzz about Bizkit the Sleep Running Dog. I had to see it so in an instant I turned on my iPhone, clicked the youTube button and there was Bizkit running into the wall.
My advice for Bizkits owners: Don’t let him sleep in a room where there are breakable objects.
This one showed up yesterday in my email. I don’t like forwarding my emails and instead post my favorites here on the website. I hope you enjoy!
If you are an owner of a dog that belongs to a ‘dangerous breed’ category and you also have a small child please take this as a warning. Don’t leave your dog with the child unattended under any circumstances.
Only a little moment was enough for the following to happen. See the photo …..
This post probably falls in the category with our other Dog Versus Child posts. If you missed our past Dog Versus Child posts then take a look at these links:
Do you have an adorable puppy who’s driving you nuts? Not long ago we brought home our first guide dog puppy and after the initial excitement wore off we soon realized we were in for an extreme test of our patience.
My name is Colby and I’ve been raising and training guide dog puppies for the past 5 years. Follow me and my pups on our journey from puppy to working guide dog.