Halloween’s just around the corner. Time to start thinking about dog Halloween costumes for your Morkie. Here are this year’s best funny dog costumes.
Top Ten Halloween costumes for 2018
Star Wars never gets old
Action hero Batman character/princess Animal (cat, dog, monkey, etc.) Spider Man Star Wars character Witch Pirate Disney Princess Ghost Wonder Woman
Pumpkin Hot Dog Lion Bumble Bee Devil Batman character Ghost Cat Witch Star Wars character
Witch Batman character Animal (dog, cat, etc.) Pirate Spider Man Vampire Zombie Star Wars character Slasher villain (Jason, etc.) Wonder Woman
Canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling, not sweetened pumpkin) is the BEST for dogs. If your Morkie has diarrhea, or is constipated, pumpkin saves the day.
Just add about 1/2 teaspoon to your Morkie’s food per day, to solve either problem. Freeze the rest in an ice cube tray, to keep on hand.
The iconic Wizard of Oz movie was produced in 1939. It started out in black and white, then became Technicolor! The first colour movie produced in Hollywood. Everyone loved it; the movie was nominated for 7 Academy Awards that year. However, it took 10 years for to earn back the cost of production, an astounding $3.1 million in 1939. (That’s ike over $54 million today.)
Dorothy’s famous ruby slippers were stolen from an exhibit at the Judy Garland Museum in Grand Rapids, Minnesota on the night of August 27–28, 2005. In 2015, the Associated Press reported that an anonymous donor has offered a $1 million reward for information about the stolen slippers.They were finally recovered just last month (September 2018).
Did you know more people are killed by bee stings and lightning than by shark attacks? Worldwide about 30 people die each year from shark attacks, which means a person has a one in 300 million chance of being killed by a shark.
About two-thirds of shark attacks on humans have taken place in water less than six feet deep. As long as a shark’s back is mostly under water, it can swim easily. A nine-foot-long bull shark can swim in just two feet of water.
Who knew! The history of the pinata goes waaaay back, to the 1500s in Mexico. Priests used a star-shaped pinata with 7 points, to represent the 7 Deadly Sins (you remember them, right – lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy and pride ).
The candies and other goodies inside the piñata are the riches of the kingdom of heaven, that the virtuous who are able to overcome sin will receive. It’s a lot to teach your Morkie, but….