These days, dogs expect to be dressed up just as snazzily as you for this all-important identity-defining holiday. Here’s a look at some of the hottest types of dog costumes this year:
In this case, it’s the almost painfully obvious wiener dog. But you can get creative – try a banana, a pile of spaghetti and meatballs, or a taco. You can even branch out and dress your dog as a non-food item, like tractor or an iphone.
The Non-Canine Animal
Here we have a fairly innocuous turtle, but other popular options include bats, spiders, butterflies, lady bugs, or even that macabre subset of Non-Canine Animals:
The Non-Canine Animal Eating Your Dog
Yes, an alligator works (although we’re not sure whether or how that poor dog can even walk), but you can also choose a shark, a dinosaur, or a lion.
And now we come to the vaguely humanoid options:
The Human Occupation
Like this construction worker. Or traditional human stand-bys like witches, cavemen, fairies, or fifties girls. Of course, you can take the human thing even further and instead go with:
The Somewhat Creepy Standing Up Human
Making your dog actually look like a miniature human with a dog’s head. Or at least a miniature humaniod.
And then there’s this final human-involved idea:
The Human Rider
A jockey. A cowboy. The headless horseman. The possibilities are endless.
For more great costume ideas, check out our hilarious Pinterest board:
Follow My Imaginary Well-Dressed Dog by Canine Club Academy on Pinterest
And tell me: how are you dressing your dog this Halloween?