Halloween Costumes For Pets
Take a peek at some “a-dog-able” Halloween costumes for dogs and cats.
Photo By: Valyiskaya Svetlana
A tiara, tutu and pink leg warmers can make any girl feel like a princess.
Conceal your pup’s true identity with a simple red cape and an eye mask.
Encircle your pup in petals this Halloween. This simple costume is as charming as it is easy to create. Get the step-by-step instructions >>
Double kudos to the owner of this kitty. One: because it's an awesome costume. Two: you had the nerve to put a cat in a costume.
Kids and pets always look adorable in a pumpkin costume.
Transform your pet into a winged creature of the night with this DIY bat costume. Get the step-by-step instructions >>
A wheeled lobster pot serves double duty. It’s an integral part of the costume and pup gets to ride to the trick-or-treating festivities.
Furry Side Kick
Easter is not the only holiday a bunny can enjoy.
Cute as a Bug
Little sewing skills are needed to make this sweet lady bug costume. Give it a try. Get the step-by-step instructions >>
Give your pooch a classic punk hairstyle. Use color hairspray to hold up the mane and create the rainbow effect.
A couple of gondoliers add a little international and romantic flair to trick-or-treating.
Turn your pup into a cute swashbuckling pirate.
If sewing is not your thing, you're in luck. No sewing skills are required to make this googly-eyed costume. Get the step-by-step instructions >>
Make a group costume for the kids and dogs.
Up, Up and Away
An aviator vest and hat with a bright red scarf make this costume soar to new heights.
This cute little shepard is the pride of the canine patrol.
Jedi Master or Monkey?
The ears on this monkey costume make this pug look a bit like Yoda from Star Wars.
Match this banana costume with the monkey in the previous slide for a perfect pairing.
This dog is dressed as a terra cotta and chia version of himself.
Wrongly accused, this little pug has no idea what crime he committed.
This little cutie's bark is worse than his bite, but his sting is just adorable.
Never mess with a dog in a red cape.
Roll With It
This costume is super easy to make. Cover a cardboard box with white fabric then glue black felt dots onto each side.
Ketchup on a Hot Dog
A natural fit, this pooch looks like he was made to wear that roll.
This little guy is ready to jump on a chopper and go for a spin.
This pup's black and white fur lends perfectly with his Halloween costume.
Little Red Riding Hood
This feline looks like she just saw a big bad wolf.
This cat probably only agreed to this costume as a way to finally get into the hen house.
Oscar the Crouch
A little harmless green dye and a makeshift garbage can turn a cute pooch into a crouch.
Give your pup an animal-skin patterned jacket and strap a cowboy onto his back for Western-themed costume.
Naked Cowboy of Times Square
If you’ve ever been to New York City’s Times Square, you’ve probably seen that neighborhood’s most famous resident, the Naked Cowboy. Give everybody a chuckle by dressing your dog like the popular icon.
Ready for a Fiesta
This pooch's colorful garb makes him party-ready.