Last minute dog ideas for Halloween!

I remember wishing everyone a ‘Happy New Year’.


Boo… Halloween is here.

This spooktacular month is for dogs too!  It is the best holiday for anybody who wants to take a break from their routine. Double the joy if you have a dog. Ensure it is a pet-friendly pawty and make it euphoric. 

Things to consider!

If you want to bash a spooktacular dog party, you’ll want to make some considerations. Make sure your party space allows sufficient room for all dogs, in case you invited other dog owners and pets. Organizing outdoors is a great idea as long as it isn’t a cold night. Peek the area if anything like it has chords, wrappers, decor things, toys or small things that might chock for pets, candies, lit pumpkins, and other things that are dangerous for your pets.

Here are 9 kick-ass dog Halloween costumes you should try this year.

1. Simba is Classic

If your kid is someone who won’t hold on to a tiara or tie (like mine), Simba is your rescue god. Rooooaaarrr.

2. Vigilante

All dogs want to protect their owners, so why don’t you turn your dog into a vigilante. A mask and a red cape are all that it takes to change your cute dog to a vigilante.

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3. Superman

“It’s a Bird…It’s a Plane…It’s a Superman, now that’s my Fido”. Get your little hero to fight for truth and justice the American way. Superman all the way. Get your dog a cap and a blue T-shirt.

4. Skeleton

This is probably the scariest thing to go with. You and your dog can go twinning as skeletons. Paint him/her using a non-toxic paint (check twice before you do) or buy a skeleton dog top.

5. Seal

This is the cutest thing to do if you have a small breed. All that you need to do is get the mermaid tail available online (or from a nearby store) and put it on your dog. I mean, who can ignore this cute seal.

6. Harry Potter

Get a scarf and cardboard glass. Poof, Here is your cute magical dog costume.

7. Joker

A purple T-shirt and a green wig are all it takes to create an a-drrrroollll-able psychopath.

8. Ghost

This is for last-minute planners like me. If you can’t get a costume, all you need to do is get a white cloth and put 3 holes in it. And here you have Casper, the friendly ghost.

9. Mummy

I mean, are mummies allowed to look this cute? Get a bandage from the local store and wrap it around your dog (not too tight). Dog mummy is ready in 2 minutes.

What is your dog going this Halloween? Share with us your dog’s Halloween costume. Let your pooch rock the internet!

Keep an eye on your pooch this Spooky Season with Waggle

As a pet parent, you do everything you can to ensure your fido’s safety. However, it is impossible to be omnipresent, especially during the Halloween festivities. Have an eagle eye on your pet’s ambient temperature with Waggle Pet Monitor.


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