Halloween can be a very stressful time on your pet, even if they are the easy going sociable type. All the noises outside, strangers continually at the door, and extra excitement going on inside the house too.
Believe it or not this is a growing industry and when you think about it I am not really all that surprised. Their are tons of people who put clothes on there little pets year round, so why not spice things up on Halloween?
Portia Miller of St. Paul adopted a Shih Tzu named Mercutio back in 2007, and the dog was stolen from her yard in 2013. Miller put up fliers all over the area but did not hear anything, heartbroken she figured she would never see her dog again.