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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Lisa Woodruff
Halloween's coming, and with a little DIY ingenuity, you can turn your dog or cat into a bee, bear or badger. Whether you are planning for a parade, party, photo session, contest or trick-or-treating, a homemade costume for your pet can make it more fun for both of you.
"We had technical difficulties. But that's what homemade is all about," she said.
"The costumes have to be comfortable and dog friendly," Mrs. Woodruff said. "They can't be completely indestructible, but they are dogs, so [the costumes] have to be durable."