See These Animals Transformed Into Creepy Skeletons For Halloween

The use of non-toxic pet-safe paint can also be an effective way to turn your furry friend into a Halloween freak without putting them through the possible discomfort of costume. Artist Bryn Anderson’s dog Nixie is a good example of just how adorable and creepy a skeleton dog can be!

An important step, clearly, is to have non-toxic paint that’s safe for animals to ingest in case they begin to lick it. A large number of manufacturers sell such paints, and there are online tutorials for tips on how to make your own perfectly safe paint when you don’t trust those brands. An excellent rule of thumb is that if the paint is kidsafe, it’s most probably pet-safe too.

Your next step is idea! Portray your pet with a skeleton is a superb idea, however there are many different awesome designs that can be accomplished for Halloween! If you’re into futuristic approach for Halloween you might want to check this smartphone app that will make your Halloween costume more creepy.

More info: Facebook (Bryn) | Facebook (Nixie) | (h/t: dogster, brynmarele)

Halloween costume for pets - skeleton dog

Halloween costume for pets - skeleton dog

Halloween costume for pets - skeleton dog

Halloween costume for pets - skeleton dog

Halloween costume for pets - skeleton dog

Here’s Nixie with the paint washed off!

Here’s Nixie with the paint washed off!

Here’s Nixie with the paint washed off!

Here are other animals who was also painted with skeleton like costume for Halloween

This cow is ready for Halloween - skeleton painted on cow for Halloween

This horse is ready for Halloween - skeleton painted on horse for Halloween

This horse is ready for Halloween - skeleton painted on horse for Halloween

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