Why shouldn't our four legged friends join in the fun?

We've rounded up the best events for you and your dog to enjoy this Halloween.

Hackney's Halloween Doggy Dress-up Party

28 October, 2-5pm
London

So you've nailed the Halloween outfit for your furry partner in crime, now you want the credit you deserve. Get yourself to Hackney for a chance to win Best Costume, scoff some pizza and strut your stuff down the 'Dogwalk'.

Halloween Dog Parade

28 October, 12-8pm
Birmingham

Birmingham's original street food event is hosting its first Halloween Dog Parade. Costumes are not compulsory but are actively encouraged and there will be prizes for best dressed hounds and dog parents on the day!

M Doggy Brunch

27 October, 11am
London

The M Doggy Brunch is back for a ‘Halloween Hound Party’ on 27 October. The day includes a ‘Cook for your dog’ masterclass with Executive Chef Michael Reid and ending with a Pooch Pumpkin Hunt and Halloween Fancy Dress Canine Competition! Winners will receive ‘Pawsecco’ and owners ‘Copper Dog’ Whiskey!

The Hop Farm

20-28 October, 10am-4pm
Kent

Free entry and a plethora of Halloween events over half term, you'll find plenty to do at the Hop Farm from pumpkin carving to a best dressed competition - all dog friendly!

Hyde Park Halloween Sausage Walk

28 October, 11am
London

Spooky sausage dogs, Neah and Nobo biscuits and a dog friendly peanut butter dipping station, what more could you ask for? Meet at the Italian Gardens Cafe in Hyde Park and enjoy the sausage fest!

Hawkstone Trails & Terrible Tales

Daily 27 October - 4 November
Shropshire

Enjoy the stunning autumnal landscape of Shrewsbury whilst following the Halloween Trail. Dogs are welcome but should be kept on a lead.

The Pop Up Farm

Daily 20-31 October
Hertfordshire

If you fancy picking your own pumpkin but can't make the decision without your four legged friend, why not take him along to help out at the Pop Up Farm's Pumpkin Patch? Plus, you're almost guaranteed to get the perfect Halloween shot for the 'gram.

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