We guess getting a tattoo of her precious pooch just wasn't enough to keep the sadness away...
She's been paying Floyd tributes in the form of
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We all love to dress up for Halloween, whether some of our costumes are naughty or nice!
Human costumes may make us a fairy, a witch, or a zombie but the wrong material won't be fun for Fido.
Children's costumes often contain loose and small parts made of unusual materials. They may resemble chew toys or make crazy noises, which are all bad and attracting signs for your dog to snack on.
Glow sticks and glow jewels can cause intestinal blockage so if you or your child is holding one, make sure it is not waved in their face.
As for doggie costumes, while your focus may be making your pet as cute as possible, making sure it is comfortable and the right size should be the most important aspect.
Do not limit your dog's movement and if your dog doesn't like to play dress-up, a nice and spooky collar works too!
Have fun this Halloween and make sure your pooch is protected!