This shop about DIY Halloween Pet Treat Bags has been compensated by #CollectiveBias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. Halloween is one of our favorite holidays around here. It is a great excuse to make fun Halloween Recipes as well as decorate the house with fun Halloween Decor. But who says the people in your home have to have all the fun, this year we are dressing up Chloe in her Dog costume and making DIY Halloween Dog Treat Bags for our four-legged trick or treaters.
When it comes to dog treats, I don’t feel the need to run to a specialty store, I can pick up some of Chloe’s favorite dog treats while shopping at Kroger. This week we picked up some of her favorite Milk Bone treats as well as some Bacon flavored Canine Carry Outs. You will find a great variety in the Kroger Pet Aisle, and you are sure to find something your dog already loves.
We were inspired to make our Halloween Dog Treat Bags after visiting the #TrickorTreatEm Website.
What fun to take a personality quiz on your dog and then create a fun Halloween Framed Photo. Best part, after doing all this you get a Kroger digital coupon to use towards some tasty treats; specifically MilkBone, Milo’s Kitchen, Pup-peroni ad Canine Carry Outs.
Now for the Halloween Craft to share with your doggie friends. First print out this Doggy Treat Bag Free Printable and print it onto white paper stock. Each page contains 4 labels. Cut out only the orange part.
Fill cellophane bags with your favorite dog treats. My cellophane bags were too big so I just cut off some off the top. Fold the top of the bag to seal, fold the tag in half and staple on the tag over the cellophane bag.
DIY Halloween Pet Treat Bags
Easy right, now fill a few different treats in the bags and let the dogs decide which ones they want.
Remember, Halloween is not just for people, share these adorable and easy Halloween Treat Bags filled with some of your dogs favorite dog treats. Chloe is definitely ready to share with her friends.
Do you take your dog trick or treating better yet do you dress them up in costumes?