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A great halloween or camp theme party; a dog/cat theme costume campout; everyone was to come dressed as a dog or a cat. Prizes were given to the greatest number of either dogs or cats (dogs won) then we gave special prizes (candy or scout cash) for each one of the following a collar, leash, animal toy, name tag etc. The greater detail on the animal the better, one person (dog) brought a stuff cat to chase.
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We played one game that everyone seemed to really like, we went out and bought new a dog bowls (dollar tree) and washed them out. Then we went and bought Jell-O in the single serving containers. We laid a roll of plastic along the floor and placed the dishes with the Jell-O in it. Then each scout got down on all fours in front of her dish, and on go they had to eat it just like a dog/cat (no hands). We gave 1st, 2nd and 3rdplace prizes.
Not to neglect the cats we got cat pooper scoopers and tootsie rolls, we took the tootsies rolls and threw them all around the floor, then we formed teams and gave each a pooper scooper, on go first person in line had to run down and scoop up a tootsie roll and place into a container at the end of room, then run back and pass the scooper and go to back of line this continued until first team all got to go and they were the winners. First team got two pieces of candy and 2nd team got one piece for participation.
One of the desserts was kitty litter cat: Be prepared a lot of reactions and some will not even try it, but it is very tasty.
You’ll need a new kitty litter box, box liner and litter scoop as “props” to get the full effect with this cake!”
1 (18.25 ounce) package German chocolate cake mix
1 (18.25 ounce) package white cake mix
2 (3.5 ounce) packages instant vanilla pudding mix
1 (12 ounce) package vanilla sandwich cookies
3 drops green food coloring
1 (12 ounce) package tootsie rolls
Playing the song “Who let the dogs out” and form teams and put a container that girls have to run to end of room and around and back to their team before next girl(dog) runs, two things they had to do: run on all fours and bark all the way down and back, this was a very noisy game but fun.
Simple game was who could bark the best we judged the top 5 then had a bark off..we had girls that sounded like mean dogs, happy dogs and even one sounded like a puppy.
Fill two large tubs with sands and dog bones. Divide the children into even teams. On “Go,” each team runs to their tub and starts digging for bones. After five minutes, the team that finds the most bones wins the game.
Fill balloons with slips of papers with different dog tricks and scatter around floor, we formed teams at go the first girl in each line runs picks a balloon and pops it, does the dog trick and then runs back to next one in line this continues until whole team has done a trick. Some ideas:
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