Halloween’s not just for kids anymore. It’s not just for kids and adults: It’s also for your furry four-legged friends. After all, what could be more fun than including your dog – in a full Halloween dog costume – in your Halloween celebrations? A dog costume doesn’t have be expensive or fancy. You can make one yourself or even buy one at a pet store or a big box retailer.
5 Halloween Dog Costume Ideas
#1. How about a pumpkin?
Use the spirit of the season for inspiration for your dog’s costume. If you’d prefer something more sinister than a pumpkin, buy a small witch’s hat for your dog’s head and attach a piece of black cloth to the back of his collar so it flows down his back. Voila! You’ve transformed your laidback pooch into a spooky Halloween witch.
#2. Wooo…oooo…oooo… Ghosts and goblins
Ghosts and goblins haunt the night on Halloween. Let your dog join those who wander the streets in ghostly glee. Turn your docile dog into a frightening fiend with a simple sheet. Cut out holes for the eyes and put over your dog’s head. Just make sure the sheet isn’t so long that your dog will trip over it when he’s walking.
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#3. Let out a roar!
Maybe from far away your dog could pass for a roaring lion. Give your friends, families, and neighbours a big scare when they see your dog – the lion – coming from afar on a dark Halloween night. Simply add an orange wig to your dog’s head and you’ve got the perfect Halloween costume, one that’s sure to give a fright, until your dog barks in delight.
#4. Your dog looks like a hot dog!
Okay, so maybe it’s a little more than just a bit cliché but a Dachshund in between two slices of a hot dog bun and a dab of “ketchup” and “mustard” down her back would be a pretty cute – and an appropriate – idea for this hot dog breed. Make your own costume – using white, red, and yellow fabric – or opt for the store-bought version.
. Coco: But Momma, what if I don’t want to be a mustard weener? You should make Phoebe wear this stupid, ugly yellow weenie☹️ Mom: Ok Coco, I’ll give this one to Phoebe to wear? Coco: Thanks Momma! Does that mean I can be LL Cool J now??? Mom: No silly, but you can be the ketchup weenie. #Halloweener Get it? Coco:???? 〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰 ????????????? 〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰 ??DID YOU KNOW that October is Adopt a Shelter Pet Month?? Scroll through my photos to the end to see the AWESOME giveaway that @badass_club is hosting! It’s the 3rd annual Turn Instagram Orange Challenge!! We we’re invited by 3 of our dear friends, @jojo_thefurbean @2huskymutts and @liberace_minipig_divadude to participate and we couldn’t be more excited! Thanks guys! We’re tagging @mrjacksonschall @myjrtfurbabies @barttherescuedog @sadiewiththegoodlashes ?See @badass_club for the OFFICIAL RULES! ????????????? #TurnInstagramOrangePhotoChallenge3 ?For #LoveandLightWeek we are first representing #Family and the ongoing #SiblingRivalry in our happy home?
#5. Watch out! Spider!
No matter how small or how big your dog is, he will certainly give everyone a fright if he hits the town dressed as a spider. Just as scary as the costume is how easy it is to make. Just get large black pipe cleaners, shape like legs, and attach to your dog’s collar.
Here are a few places we found to get a costume for you dog!
Pet Costumes – http://www.thecostumeshop.ie/pet-costumes/
What is your dog going to be for Halloween this year?