BowWowWeen Baby


What do you get when you combine Halloween (only the best holiday ever) and cute little dogs? Um, a big effing good time!

Yes, the fourth annual BowWowWeen festival is this Sunday from 12-4pm in Barrington Park, Brentwood. Not only are animals invited to attend, they are encouraged to enter their costume contest! Starting at 2pm, the costume contest will begin with categories such as “funniest”,” “scariest,” and “best dog and owner” costume with the grand prize “best in show” being a year’s supply of dog food! And, of course since this is LA, where would we be without the celebrity judges: Tori Spelling, Tiffani Thiessen, Constance Zimmer, Emmanuelle Vaugier, Adam West, Kate Walsh, as well as Margot Dougherty and Greg Oehler (the Senior Editor and Publisher of The Hollywood Dog Magazine).

And it’s all for a good cause too – there will be dog adoptions taking place during the festival and all proceeds will benefit the Much Love Foundation who is putting this whole shindig on. Oh, and there’s also stuff for those other kinds of children too. Most importantly however, it’s the opportunity to put that giraffe costume to use!

For complete information on the festival and the Much Love Animal Rescue please visit their website.

2 thoughts on “BowWowWeen Baby”

  1. Speaking of celebs and dogs, have you seen the auction on eBay with the autographed Cesar PuchiBags? There are tons of the bags autographed by peeps like Shannon Elizabeth, Fred Willard, Lindsay Lohan etc. Apparently the money goes to the Komen cancer foundation. check it out on ebay by searching for the celebs or puchibags.

  2. Are the pet adoptions for adopting pets from the people who’d dress up their animals for Halloween? Because those are the dogs that need rescuing.

    Am I the only one that thinks that animals probably don’t terribly appreciate being dressed up and paraded around? Then again, I’m sure my dog doesn’t enjoy literally jumping through hoops whenever I ask her to. Oh well… just a little commentary

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