9 DIYS That Will Turn Your Halloween Party into A Howl-O-Ween Party

Reviewed by Christen Groves

October 29, 2015

We all know that the best kind of party is one where your dog is also invited. Here are nine easy ways to make this year’s Halloween party puptastic!

1. Howl-O-Ween Party Decorations

These free printables, like this treat bag tag, will help you get your Howl-O-Ween party started! To download the treat bag tags, as well as flags for toothpicks and straws, click here!


2. Pet Portrait Jack-O-Lanterns

These pumpkin stencils come in over twenty-four different breeds, and are free and downloadable here.


3. Creepy Halloween Frosty Dog Treats

These frozen treats are super easy to make and only have two ingredients–blueberries, and Greek yogurt! The creepy shapes can easily be created by spooning the mixture into Halloween ice or candy molds! To see the original tutorial, click here.


4. Bobbing For Tennis Balls

The doggie equivalent of bobbing for apples (how adorable)! Whoever gets the most tennis balls wins a doggie bag full of Halloween treats!


5. Decorated Dog Treats

These classic dog treats were frosted with Fido’s Frosting Royal Icing.


6. Paw-print Pumpkins

Have each pup sign their name by placing a painted paw-print on a pumpkin! Or have each guest bring a mini pumpkin and have your pup put his sweet little paws all over it! Don’t forget baby wipes–you will want to wipe those paws when your finished.


7. Candy Corn Dog Treats

A doggie alternative to a human Halloween favorite! For the full recipe click here.


8. Doggie Photo-booth 

Create a backdrop for your photo-booth by hanging streamers, a large piece of Halloween themed fabric, or even just a white sheet! Stock the area with as many Halloween props and decorations as you would like. Don’t forget to have your guests upload their pictures to BarkFeed with the hashtag #BarkPostHowloween!


9. Pet Costume Contest

Winner gets a bag of treats or a Howl-O-Ween themed toy!


Featured image via @HolyCityTails

Reviewed by Christen Groves

October 29, 2015