Pets dress up for Halloween

Werewoofles Wag'oween on Oct. 29

Halloween isn’t just for people, it’s for pets, too, according to a downtown business.Woofles Barking Boutique is hosting a Halloween costume contest for pets, called Werewoofles Wag’oween. There will be photo opportunities and prizes for the best-dressed pooch.The event happens Oct. 29 at 560 Johnson St., in Market Square. Registration is $5 per pet at noon and the contest starts at 12:30 p.m.. All dogs must be on a leash. All proceeds go to Broken Promises Rescue and the HugABull Advocacy and Rescue Society.

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