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Windsor Terror: All Howl-o’s Eve at animal shelter

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SWEET POOCH: Maggie came dressed as a sweet pea.
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GREAT WHITE BARK: Adelina Seferi, left, and Alexis Verbouetski get kisses from Summer, a cute but not-so-convincing Jaws.
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EWOK CHILL-AGE: Lily, a Shih Tzu-Ewok mix, takes a break in her owner’s lap.
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DANCE WITH THE DEVIL: Two fiendish fidos smell the evil on each other.
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WE HAVE A WINNER: Kenna Spickler of Park Slope with Most Beautiful Dog winner Frodo.
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DAINTIEST IN SHOW: Leidy Hernandez of Borough Park with Milo, who snagged the prize for Smallest Paws.

Halloween is not just for humans.

Dogs dressed as Ewoks, monsters, vegetables, and more flooded Windsor Terrace on Oct. 26 for the sixth annual Howl-O-Ween Bark Block Party, hosted by Sean Casey Animal Rescue.

The shindig featured a canine costume contest, with prizes awarded for most beautiful dog, best costume, and smallest paws. And for two-legged attendees, there was live music, barbecue, and the chance to adopt orphaned pets.

Sean Casey Animal Rescue is a no-kill animal shelter with locations in Sunset Park and Windsor Terrace.

Reach reporter Noah Hurowitz at nhurowitz@cnglocal.com or by calling (718) 260–4505. Follow him on Twitter @noahhurowitz
Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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