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Dug the Dog here, and I am so excited to share my first official blog post with you. It’s time for pumpkins, trick-or-treat, and best of all, Halloween costumes! I’m so excited to pick out my costume this year, and I’ve been doing a lot of web-schnauzing in my free time. So I decided to compile a list of my 5 favorite boy and girl dog costumes to help you find the perfect look for your best friend this Halloween. Enjoy!
Top 5 Boy Costumes
Now it’s the girls’ turn and boy, there are some very spiffy costumes that are going to make it a tough decision. Without further ado, here are my favorite girl dog Halloween costumes this year:
Top 5 Girl Costumes
Which ones were your favorites? We can’t wait to hit the Halloween parties and go trick or treating. I have some amazing costumes to choose between, but before I go, I want to remind you of tips and tricks to selecting the purrfect costume:
- Remember to always read reviews on products and make sure to also read the manufacturing labels.
- Some costumes may contain small pieces or parts that can fall off. Our humans know it is just a piece of the costume, but to us we might think it’s a toy and chew it or even worse swallow it.
- Make sure to follow all sizing charts. Some costumes differ in sizing and most of the time the costume you want to purchase will have a guide to measure us for a purrfect fit.
- Try to also keep in mind the weather on Halloween. If you live in a hotter, more humid climate, you may want to go with a costume that is made with a lighter material so you don’t get too hot. Same for the colder climates. You don’t want to get too cold so make sure you pick a warmer costume that will keep you nice and cozy.
- Finally, and most importantly, have a fun and safe Halloween.
We would love to see your Halloween costumes! Send us pictures! Happy Halloween from all of us here at Your Visiting Veterinarian.