There is more to dressing your pet for Halloween then just picking out a costume you like and putting it on them. Depending on your pet’s size, confirmation, temperament and age, you will need to pick a costume that best suits them.
Naturally you don’t want to put a costume with a hat that lays flat on dogs head that has ears that stand up. You also don’t want to put a heavy costume on a smaller or older dog, or any type of costume that is going to restrict their eye sight.
Also, if your pet doesn’t have the temperament for dressing up, don’t force them. Usually a dog that has not been accustomed to it won’t be really thrilled and can be a bit more edgy then normal anyway with all the other Halloween activities going on. It’s best to start when your pup is young to get them use to wearing costumes. Don’t force your dog to wear a costume if they really don’t want to. Put a Halloween bandana on them or ribbon in their hair to show their Halloween spirit as an alternative.
Also, if you are taking your dog trick or treating, be sure to take an extra bag with you for clean up, and don’t mix up the bags!!
For a great assortment of doggie Halloween costumes, you can check out these on Buycostumes.com.
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