Halloween Costume For Dogs

A Halloween costume for dogs adds the family pet to the party fun.  Halloween is a spooktacular holiday where everyone can pretend to be a magical character for a day.  Why not let your dog be part of the fun?  Dog Halloween costume ideas include cartoon characters, Star Wars characters, and other classic Halloween characters as well.  Dress your pet up in a costume that suits their personality, compliments the owner, or fits into a group theme.  Let us show you everything you need to know to include your pet in your Halloween festivities. 


The selection of animal Halloween costumes gets bigger and better each year, so find the costume that is comfy for the pet and easy to put on and take off.  Dogs that are used to wearing dog clothes are often more comfortable with Halloween disguises.


Michael Jackson Halloween Costume For Dogs

Halloween costume for dogs!  
It's a dogs life, we're just here for the treats.

Monsters At The Door!
Start the Halloween party off right with a surprise and a disguise. Greeting guests at the door with your costumed pet will have your guests howling for more. A Halloween costume for dogs allows you to show off your Halloween spirit with a bewitching welcome to be remembered.

Ghostly Halloween Costumes For Dogs

Safety and Comfort First!
Keep your haunting happy by keeping your pet safe. While social dogs enjoy being the center of attention, it is equally important to supervise your pet while in costume. Inspect your dog's costume for loose buttons or ribbons that could be chewed off and ingested. A Halloween costume for dogs that impairs vision is also a bad idea.

Jailbird Halloween Costumes For Dog

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Halloween is going to the dogs. . .

Batman Dog Costume

Your dog is not just man's best friend.  He is also your hero.  Turn him into the Caped Crusader this Halloween and make him feel like one. If you have more than one dog, dress one as the Joker and one as the Dark Knight to bring the Batman legend to life.  Batman Halloween costumes for dog will make your pooch King of Gotham City.

Warning:  Your pet may think he can fly!

Batman And Robin Halloween Costumes For Dog

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Star Wars Dog Costumes

There are costume choices that will allow you to outfit your pet as a member of the Rebel Alliance or the Dark Side.  Popular Halloween costumes for dog include Darth Vader, Yoda, or Princess Leia.  Star Wars pet costumes allow you to bring the galaxy far, far away right to your own neighborhood.

Let the force be with your pet!

Darth Vader Halloween Costumes For Dog

Dog Cartoon Characters

Give your dog the opportunity to become a famous cartoon dog such as the Flintstone's Dino, Scooby-Doo, Underdog, or the Jetson's Astro.  If this seems dog-gone ridiculous to your pet consider Superman, Wonder Woman, Diego, Dora The Explorer, or other TV cartoon idols.  You won't be barking up the wrong tree with these Halloween costumes for dog.

How 'bout them dog costumes!

Fred Flintstone Halloween Costumes For Dog

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Frightfully Halloween

When it comes to pet costumes, whether for a party or simply scaring the neighborhood, look to the signs of the season for inspiration. Pumpkins, witches, ghosts, Dracula and Frankenstein are instantly recognizable.  Halloween costumes for dog will ensure a frightfully enchanted evening.

Beware of Dog!

Woofing Witch Halloween Costumes For Dog

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Doggone Halloween Favorites

Halloween festivities just would not be the same without wicked humor.  Your pet is sure to get a second look and a chuckle with bad to the bone Halloween costumes for dog.  No magic is required for a spell binding experience.

Don't scare me, I poop easily!

Pirate Halloween Costumes For Dog

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Chia pet Halloween costume for dogs.

Chia Pet Halloween Costumes For Dog

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There is no time like Halloween!

Wizard of Oz Halloween Costumes For Dog

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What Size Halloween Costume For Dogs?

The best way to ensure a proper fit is to measure your pet.  Sizes vary, but the chart provided here will help guide you.  If your pet has a stout build, order one size larger.

Size Neck to Tail Chest
X-Small 6-8" 10"
Small 10-12" 14"
Medium 14-16" 17"
Large 18-20" 20"
X-Large 22-24" 24"


Top

Halloween

Costumes

For Dog

 1.  Pumpkin
 2.  Devil
 3.  Witch
 4.  Hot dog
 5.  Bee
 6.  Dog
 7.  Super dog
 8.  Ghost
 9.  Pirate
10.  Bow Ties/Bandana/Fancy Collar

Tail Wagging Dog Facts

Wikipedia says. . .

One of the primary functions of a dog's tail is to communicate their emotional state, which can be important in getting along with others.

Consequently, it has been estimated that dogs, in general, have an olfactory sense ranging from one hundred thousand to one million times more sensitive than a human's.

A dog can identify a sound's location much faster than a human can, as well as hear sounds at four times the distance.

Dogs are less sensitive to differences in grey shades than humans and also can detect brightness at about half the accuracy of humans.

A growing body of research indicates the companionship of a dog can enhance human physical health and psychological well being.

The present lineage of dogs was domesticated from gray wolves about 15,000 years ago.

Dogs are highly susceptible to theobromine poisoning, typically from ingestion of chocolate.

The typical lifespan of dogs varies widely among breeds, but for most the median longevity, the age at which half the dogs in a population have died and half are still alive, ranges from 10 to 13 years.

The average sleep time of a dog is said to be 10.1 hours per day.

The increase in spending for Halloween costume for dogs is quite simply because there are more pet owners than ever before.  According to the statistics published by the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association in the National Pet Owner Survey in 2009–2010, it is estimated there are 77.5 million dog owners in the United States.  The same survey shows nearly 40% of American households own at least one dog, of which 67% own just one dog, 25% two dogs and nearly 9% more than two dogs.

The National Retail Federation says. . .

Approximately 14.7 percent of people will dress up their pet with Halloween costumes for dog..




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