Halloween for dogs

The 12th annual Halloween puppy parade on the Battery Park City esplanade took place on Oct. 26. It was co-hosted by the Battery Park City Dog Association and Bobby Concister of Le Pet Spa. Downt0wn Express photo Terese Loeb Kreuzer)

Downtown Express photo by Terese Loeb Kreuzer

Many dogs and some people came dressed in costume for the 12th annual Halloween puppy parade on the Battery Park City esplanade Saturday. The Oct. 26 event was organized by the Battery Park City Dog Association and Bobby Concister of Le Pet Spa, Downtown Express photos by Terese Loeb Kreuzer.

Queen Guinevere, Sir Launcelot and a dog named Tina dressed in a costume that said "Prancelot,"  Downtown Express photo by Terese Loeb Kreuzer

Queen Guinevere, Sir Launcelot and a dog named Pacino dressed in a costume that said “Prancelot,” Downtown Express photo by Terese Loeb Kreuzer

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5 Responses to Halloween for dogs

  1. this is to funny/dumb, says my father. i think this would be a great activity for 11-89 yr olds

  2. Cute dog beautifully dressed.

  3. I love the serious look on those two dogs in the second picture from the bottom.

  4. Not just will your door be continually opening and closing on Halloween,yet outsiders will be dressed in bizarre costumes and shouting noisily for their sweet.This,obviously,is alarming for our furry friends.Dogs are particularly regional and may get to be anxious and snarl at pure trap or-treaters.Putting your dog or cat in a protected room far from the front door will likewise keep them from darting outside into the night … a night when nobody needs to be looking for a lost loved one.

    @Jeanine Ellis.

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