Contestants put on the dog for rescheduled Halloween Howl

Postponed from it’s original date due to weather, the Off-Leash Area Edmonds (OLEA)  annual Halloween Howl brought out dogs and their owners in a range of costumes to compete in several categories Saturday.

“We were a little apprehensive with this morning’s wind and rain,” said event organizer Edmonds City Councilmember Diane Buckshnis. “But the rain stopped early, and then the sun broke out. It was a fantastic day for dogs and their humans.”

— Photos by Larry Vogel

3 Replies to “Contestants put on the dog for rescheduled Halloween Howl”

  1. Great pictures Larry! It was a lot of fun and we made over $600 to help fund the plastic bags supplied for park users and their four-legged friends and to help fund the K-9 Veterans’ statue for our Edmonds’ Veterans Plaza! Woof!


  2. It was lots of fun! Look forward to participating again next year and seeing all of the great costumes.

    Thanks a ton Diane for organizing and making sure the event happened even with the need for the reschedule.


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