Tag Archives: Halloween 2015

Live on WXYZ – Channel 7

I  had  a busy day on Halloween!  It started with a trip to WXYZ – Channel 7 for a news segment on our Scary Tails Trick-or-Treat and haunted photo set that we were holding later in the day at my Bloomfield Twp. store.

Here we are in the studio getting ready for our live segment. I have already been fitted with a microphone and now we are just being positioned in the studio in which the interview will take place.

at WXYZ at WXYZ 2

Photos:  Addy Shattuck (right) with Linda Wasche our store marketing person (left), along with Purdy (dog) and Todd (cat).

I have been on TV a number of times now, but never get used to it!  My interview was with WXYZ anchor Nima Shaffe who was great!  In fact, everyone at WXYZ was great.  They make you feel so welcome.  Plus we met a lot of pet lovers!

The pets that went on TV are Purdy and Todd.  Purdy is a wonderful dog whose family shops at my store.  I am not sure how much Purdy liked the spider costume that we put her in – but she was very calm and seemed to like the attention. Thank you to Purdy’s Dad, Scott, for letting her go on TV!  Todd is an adorable little cat who didn’t seem to mind the pumpkin dress we put him in at all.  That says a lot about this little guy who is currently up for adoption in our Bloomfield Twp. Kitty City.

See the segment here.

Click here  for a photo gallery of our Scary Trick or Treat and haunted photo set!

Pet Halloween costumes are a hit on Fox 2 Detroit

Our District Manager Sean O’Rourke and I were invited to go on Fox 2 Detroit to talk about what’s new this year in Halloween costumes for pets. See pictures of us preparing for our LIVE TV segment below with Gus (as Wonder Woman), Dino (as a Minion), Simba (in the stroller as a pumpkin in a haunted pumpkin patch) and Bambi (as a Lion).

Some of the questions they asked us:

What’s hot in pet costumes this year?

Movie and TV characters are popular again this year, along with the old-time traditional costumes like pumpkins and lions.

How much does the typical costume cost?

Expect to pay about $20 for a full costume; much less for accessories such as bandanas and hats.

What if my pet won’t go on a leash?

Consider using a stroller or pet carrier for your cat or small dog and making it part of the costume. See our haunted pumpkin patch stroller below!

What is the best place to take my pet Trick-or-Treating this year?

Pet Supplies Plus in Bloomfield Hills!  Pets in costume will be Trick-or-Treating for pet treats and food samples at multiple stations set up around the store. It all takes place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Halloween – Saturday, October 31! Also visit our haunted photo set and have you and your pet’s picture taken with Frankenstein! Click here for more info!

Here we are on Fox 2!  Click here to view the full segment

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I don’t see any fur standing – but these Halloween photos look pretty scary! Get your pet’s picture taken at my stores on Oct. 30 & 31, 2015

halloween dog - cocker spaniel wearing bat wings sitting beside tomb stone on white background

Come in to any one of my three stores – in Bloomfield Hills and White Lake – for our haunted photo set with a real-life Frankenstein and other ghouls. A $5 donation will get you a photo of your pet; a $10 donation will get you a flash drive with multiple photos.  All donations go to Elizabeth Lake Animal Rescue of Waterford and Cat Tail Acres Sanctuary of Armada.

Dates, times and locations for HALLOWEEN PHOTOS are:

  • Bloomfield Hills at 2057 S. Telegraph, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday October 31.
  • White Lake at 6845 Highland Rd., 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., Friday, October 30.
  • White Lake at 8020 Cooley Lake Rd. , 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, October 31.

two cats in costume for a masquerade. isolated on white backgrou

Also join us for Scary Tails Trick-or-Treat for pets — AT MY BLOOMFIELD STORE ONLY – October 31 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. —  where pets can go “begging” to pick up special foods and treats for cats, dogs and other pets.  See more in my blog, “I want to be scared.”

So I’m sure that Fluffy and Fido will be “dressed to the nines” to meet Frankenstein.  Be sure to follow my blog and watch for a future post on “Choosing safe Halloween costumes for your pet.”