Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Every Day is Halloween

If you're a regular reader of the blog you know I have strong feelings of love toward summer and spring, and a deep-seated loathing for winter. I often ruin autumn by obsessing over the fact that winter is approaching and the days are getting so short. However, fall has three important things to recommend it, at least in Pennsylvania: football, changing leaves, and Halloween. 

To keep my fall spirits up and avoid thinking about winter I am going to post a new Halloween themed picture every single day for the rest of October, or at least I'm going to try. 

I will also share any and all fall, football, or Halloween pictures of your pets that you'd like me to, so if you have any worth sharing email them to me at, send them to me via Facebook at the Rescue Dog Blog's page, or tag me on Instagram or Twitter @rescuedogblog so I can be sure to share your pet(s) with the world!  We typically get a lot of traffic for Halloween costume pictures because let's face it. . . it's easily in the top five reasons to have a pet: to dress them in silly costumes and laugh at their expense. 

 All the above pictures are from last Halloween, and because there are many new readers since then I plan on sharing some more of those from time to time. But what sparked my desire to share a new picture every day is Wiley's interest in Halloween. How do I know he's interested? Because he greeted me at the door last week with these Halloween socks in his mouth. 

I haven't seen them since last Halloween and I have no idea where he got them, but he's obviously fully ready for the Halloween season, and what kind of a mom would I be to deprive him of that?

Ok, there's no excuse not to share your pictures with me. You've been given a task; go in peace.

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  1. I love hearing stories about people have adopted pets. Adopting not only changed the animal's life, but also the owner. There is so much beauty that can be found in the relationship between an owner and their pet.

    Sara Welsh |

    1. Thank you Sarah! I just looked at your rescue link. If any of your adopters ever want to share their stories here just let me know!