Your Dog Can Dress up Too...

Halloween is coming up fast, so the next few days, check back on this blog for tons of ideas as to how to dress up your furry friend for Hallows Eve festivities!  First off, we'll start with costume ideas we know will trigger the "movie geek" in you... because we all have one!

  • Star Wars - With the new movie coming out in November, you might not be alone if you dress your dog up as an infamous Star Wars character.  But that doesn't make it any less cute!  Here are some specific ideas that have costumes you can purchase online:
    • Darth Vader (if your dog has a dark side...)
    • Bantha with Sandperson (The sandperson rides on your dog's back)
    • Princess Leia
    • Yoda
    • At-At Walker
  • Jurassic World - It hit big, and definitely made an impact comparable to the first movie!  Your dog can be just about anything from Jurassic Park/World (but mostly dinosaurs), as these are costumes that can be purchased online, too:
    • Raptor (or all of Chris Pratt's raptor squad, if you have four dogs!)
    • Triceratops
    • Stegosaurus
    • T-Rex
  • Avengers - Your dog is a hero to you, so why can't he/she be a hero to everyone else?  Just search "Avengers pet costume" and you'll find all of the following:
    • Captain America
    • Iron Man
    • The Incredible Hulk
    • Thor
  • Minions - This one is just too easy, but how adorable would little dog minions be?  (Or big dog minions!)  If you want to get fancy, don't just dress your dog up as a general minion, but give them specific personalities:
    • Kevin (for the leader dog!)
    • Stuart (for your hippie dog?)
    • Bob (for the little, innocent, pooch)

Here's just a few ideas based off of 2015's big movies, but there's tons more!  Feel inspired to dress your dog up from your personal favorite movie, whether it be one of these or more of a classic.

Jenna Gomes
Jenna Gomes


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