Why we like it: It is super easy to make, and s-s-s-scary.
There are a couple of ways to go about making a mummy dog. One is the quick and no-nonsense way: using a large roll of cotton gauze or multiple ACE bandages, wrap the bandage material around the dog's legs, torso and head, leaving plenty of open space around the face and "elimination" sites.
Another method is to go with a white hoodie jacket. The gauze bandages can be arranged horizontally across the back of the jacket and fixed in place with sewing thread or non-toxic fabric glue. Back legs can be made with a few quick stitches. Just wrap the bottom corners of each side of the jacket around your dog's back legs to figure out the circumference and then make a few stitches toward the bottom of the leg. This will leave the bottom open for the dog to be able to do her "business."
The term used for the area of the animal’s face that has the nose and jaws
The term for a type of rat that has a black coloring over the top of its body