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Watch: Adorable Dogs Dress in MCTS Bus Costumes for Howl-O-Ween

Need a costume idea for your pet this Halloween? Here’s some inspiration! Two of our favorite corgis, Foster and Taylor, are dressing up as Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) buses.

The adorable, four-legged friends came up with the creative idea while researching what to wear for the Wisconsin Humane Society’s upcoming “Halloween Howl” events.

The first festive fundraiser, which includes a canine costume contest, is happening on October 24 at WHS’s Milwaukee campus. There’s another event on October 28 at WHS’s Ozaukee campus. Space is limited, so be sure to purchase your tickets soon!

Still want more fall fun with your good boy or good girl? Stop by the Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission (MADACC) on October 27 for a Halloween Photo Fundraiser.

If you’re dressing up your pet this spooky season, experts recommend keeping these safety tips in mind:

  • Try something simple first, like a bandana, then work your way up to a full costume
  • Never choose costumes that limit your pet’s sight, mouth, hearing or movement
  • Make sure the costume doesn’t have loose pieces that could be swallowed
  • Always monitor your pet while they’re in costume

Finally, remember to always keep Halloween candy out of reach. Things like suckers and chocolate can be toxic for animals.

MCTS wishes you and your pet a safe and fun Howl-O-Ween!