Pet of the Week: Halloween Fashion Show

Pet of the Week: Halloween Fashion Show
Posted at 8:00 AM, Oct 27, 2015
and last updated 2015-10-27 04:30:40-04

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) -- It's Halloween Week on WTXL Sunrise, so that means a very special Pet of the Week!

It was doggie dress-up this morning, checking out some canine costumes all modeled by adoptable dogs.

Black Cats & Old Dogs Animal Rescue is made up of a group of volunteers who are dedicated to saving the lives of animals that other rescue groups often refuse.

Arianne Titswoth from the organization brought along puppy Pi. This one-year old was dressed up as a magician. He's got a clean bill of health and has already been neutered. Arianne says Pi loves to play fetch and will bring even food bowl when hungry!

For more information on Pi or the other animals at Black Cats & Old Dogs, call (727) 967-1137 or click here.

Grayson Walters from the Tallahassee Animal Service Center also joined us for the fashion show. She and shelter volunteers brought three adoptable dogs.

Four-year old Chloe came dressed as a geisha. Chloe has been spayed and is in good health. She's also very playful and loves walks. Chloe is good with other dogs and likes ducks!

Turtle the dog is spending Halloween as a hot dog! The three-year old is being treated for heartworms and is in good health. She's already been spayed. Volunteers say Turtle loves people and is good with kids, plus is potty-trained and good on a leash.

Two-year old Petals dressed up as a magician. She's also being treated for heartworms but otherwise is healthy and has been spayed. The shelter says Petals is laid back, gentle and loves people and other dogs. She's also going to obedience training now.

For more information on Chloe, Turtle and Petals and all the other animals up for adoption, check out the online kennel.

The shelter is getting into the spirit with the Spooktacular Adoptions event, where all fees will be waived. It's all Saturday, October 31 from 10 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. and again Sunday from 1 p.m. until 4:30 p.m.

For more information, click here.