Have I mentioned that Kraken broke his leg? Yup. He was running around in the field and fell in a gopher hole like a giant dope. Two breaks, all the way through. The vets think they may be able to fix it with this long splint, but it’s been a huge headache all-around and we’re pretty bummed about it.
Alas, that does not stop us from partying like rock stars for Halloween! Kraken already has his outfit ready.
I’ve been feeling so bad for the poor guy that I stocked up on his favorite Halloween dog treats. I get the pups their own stash when I pick up our candy this season. It’s become a bit of a tradition. We’re working on a sponsored post by Lunchbox with our favorite pet brands, so the timing worked out especially well this year.
Skeleton Halloween Dog Treat
Milk-Bone Puppy treats and MaroSnacks
Milo’s Kitchen Steak Grillers and Chicken Meatballs
The dogs LOVE Pup-Peroni, and I like that the number one ingredient is real meat. That served as the main “bones” for our Halloween dog treat, with Milk-Bone Puppy treats standing in as the rib cage.
Once I had the arms and legs for our little Halloween dog treat figure, he looked like he needed some hands and feet. Milk-Bone MaroSnacks came in handy here. I like to give these to the dogs often because they have calcium to maintain their strong teeth.
For the eyes on our Halloween dog treat, Milo’s Kitchen Chicken Meatballs and a Milo’s Kitchen Steak Grillers smile! Everything from Milo’s Kitchen is made with 100% real chicken or beef, so it’s one of my favorite brands to give to the dogs.
To me, our Halloween dog treat looks like one of those Mexican skull figures you see on Dia de los Muertos. I rolled with the theme and borrowed Kraken’s fiesta hat.Doesn't this skeleton figure look like a Mexican sugar skull? It's a Halloween dog treat!Click To Tweet
Head to Walmart and stock up on all your favorites for this easy Halloween dog treat!
What are your Halloween plans this year? Do you include your furry friends?