Halloween: Gone to the dogs
The only thing cuter than a dog in costume is, perhaps, a really cute kid in a really cute costume.
Enjoy these photos of decked-out dogs hitting the town over the weekend to celebrate Halloween.
Most of the photos are from Howl-O-Ween, which may become an annual event in downtown Clarkston.
Jamie Gootee, (left) of Clarkston and her dog Cleo, dressed as a Clarkston cheerleader, receives a dog treat from Joan Donnay, owner of Essence On Main store, during Howl-O-Ween activities in downtown Clarkston. (Oakland Press Photo/Vaughn Gurganian)
Peanut, a dashund, is dressed as a hot dog while walking through downtown Clarkston during Howl-O-Ween activities. (Oakland Press Photo/Vaughn Gurganian)
Keri Mitchell, of Clarkston, dressed as Little Bo Peep and her dog Samson walk through downtown Clarkston during Howl-O-Ween activities. (Oakland Press Photo/Vaughn Gurganian)
Nurse Nina walks through downtown Clarkston during Howl-O-Ween activities. (Oakland Press Photo/Vaughn Gurganian)
Sadie (left), Newfoundland Sunnie (middle) and Golden Retriever Riley won "most humorous" for their Three Musketeers costume during Clarkston's Howl-O-Ween event on Saturday. The dogs are owned by Cory and Robyn Johnston, who coined their pack, "The Royal Guard of the Kingdom of the City of the Village of Clarkston."
Jackie Bowen, public relations director for the Greyheart Greyhound Rescue and Adoption, sent these photos of Eddie, Barney and Katie dressed for Halloween. Adorable!