Are you ready to celebrate Halloween in a few weeks? Many people enjoy dressing up their furry friends for holidays. However, some dogs enjoy being dressed up more than others. Often, dogs that aren’t too sure about wearing a costume often do better when given a chance to get used to it slowly. Are you into hilarious hound Halloween costumes?
According to the Fast Company, Americans spent about $3.2 billion on costumes, in 2019. However, this includes costumes for humans and pets. The breakdown for animal costumes is as follows. (source: https://www.fastcompany.com/90421342/these-are-the-top-10-halloween-costumes-for-pets-in-2019)
- Bumble bee—3.9%
I am not sure how happy this pup is about being in a costume but he is cute anyway. Furthermore, the pumpkin costume looks fairly simple and easy to put on and take off.
Precious Little Girl Celebrating The Carnival In Italy As Her Favorite Fairy Tale Character
This cute little toddler is dressed as Little Riding Hood. And, her faithful canine companion is dressed as the Big Bad Wolf, aka, Grandma. As a result, they are such a cute couple. They get lots of attention as they march in the parade. This Carnival parade is a favorite in the community every year.
Safety Comes First, Even With Hilarious Hound Halloween Costumes
Obviously, not all costumes are comfortable or safe for dogs. To find out more about this topic, go to https://happymutt.org/keeping-your-dog-safe-on-halloween/
If You Decide To Dress Your Furry Friend In A Hilarious Costume, Be Sure To Take Lots Of Photos
If you are not a professional photographer, you might want to pick up a few tips on how to take some really great photos. https://happymutt.org/wp-admin/post.php?post=1556&action=edit.
Finally, The Video You Have Been Waiting For
These 8 dogs dressed in hilarious costumes. I think you will enjoy this clip as much as I did.
Trick or treat, smell my paw, give me something good to gnaw. 🎃 🐾
Posted by WFAA on Sunday, September 27, 2020
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