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Trick-or-Treating: A step-by-step guide for dogs

Trick-or-treaters aren’t born, they’re made. With that in mind, Eko gave Penny a demonstration of good form for her very first Halloween.Rhodesian Ridgeback, puppy, beach, marking our territory, adventure

“Ok, so first you run up to the house.”

Rhodesian Ridgeback, puppy, beach, marking our territory, adventure

“Then you ring the bell like this and yell ‘Trick-or-treat!'”

Rhodesian Ridgeback, puppy, beach, marking our territory, adventure

“You have the yelling part down, but you should probably stand a bit further away.”

Rhodesian Ridgeback, puppy, beach, marking our territory, adventure

“What? No, you are not allowed to tackle kids and take their candy!”

Rhodesian Ridgeback, puppy, beach, marking our territory, adventure

“Why not? Because how would you like it if a bigger kid tackles you and steals your candy?”

Rhodesian Ridgeback, puppy, beach, marking our territory, adventure

“No one would be crazy enough to try that? Well, you may have a point there.”

Rhodesian Ridgeback, puppy, beach, marking our territory, adventure

“Ok Will, I think she’s ready!”

On second thought, maybe we’ll just hand out the candy and leave trick-or-treating to the neighborhood kids.

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13 Comments

Holy moley, a lot of action going on and you caught it all in these fab shots. Looking at the one with Penny practically over top of Eko, That’s crazy athletic stuff. They must sleep like babies after these outings.

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