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An Issue Of National Importance

As I’m sure many of you are aware, today is an incredibly important day for the future of this country.  That’s right, Eko and I only have one month to figure out our costume for Halloween.  (Wait…what did you think I was talking about?)

Like all things silly, we take Halloween very seriously.

 

Rhodesian RIdgeback, adventure, dogs, marking our territory, petcentric, pet friendly place

 

Our first Halloween our Blues Brothers costume was a big hit

 

And Eko has shown that he is quite versatile when it comes to dressing up.

Rhodesian RIdgeback, adventure, dogs, marking our territory, petcentric, pet friendly place

 

He can be an elf

Rhodesian RIdgeback, adventure, dogs, marking our territory, petcentric, pet friendly place

A football player

Rhodesian RIdgeback, adventure, dogs, marking our territory, petcentric, pet friendly place

Or even a four legged mummy

Rhodesian RIdgeback, adventure, dogs, marking our territory, petcentric, pet friendly place

For Halloween last year Eko was quite a ferocious dinosaur

Unlike the past two years, this year I have absolutely no idea about what Eko and I should be.  But since this is a matter of national importance you can be certain that we will put our best man on it.  Unfortunately, I am our best man, but you have to work with what you got!

Anyone have any suggestions for good tandem costumes that Eko and I could pull off?

 

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34 Comments

As Eko’s breed hunts lions in Africa, I think Eko should be the lion and you Will, the hunter. Though I don’t think you should be walking around Chicago with a rifle, maybe use a spear. Whatever you decide we’ll all be waiting for the pics!

OK, you want suggestions? Well, Eko is almost big enough to be a Unicorn, and you could be a wizard; and don’t forget the fairy dust for all who donate to your candy/bone bag – or not – it may not be received well. Or, you could go as Father Time and Eko as the diapered New Year Baby. lol Then there’s the Grim Reaper and his “bone-yard dog”……. you could choose almost anything for Eko to wear for that one, as long as it follows the theme of your costume…. whatever y’all choose, I know it will be great.
I can’t wait to see the photos.

At 20 lbs., I doubt that Tuffy (cat) would let me put any kind of costume on him, but since he’s so big and so black, he enjoys sitting in the window and watching the action on Halloween. Sometimes sans-costume is the better (and wiser) choice.

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