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Posted on 10-18-2017

15 Safe Costumes for Your Dog This Halloween in Deland

Happy Halloween! Our staff members at our Deland animal clinic love this time of year, and we love seeing pet parents find creative ways to get their animals involved in the spooky holiday spirit! Looking for some fun and safe Halloween costumes for your canine companions? Check out the following adorable adornments:

dog and cat wearing cosutmes

Safe Halloween Costumes for Your Dog

  1. Turtle: give your pup some turtle power with this adorable shell
  2. Pirate: you'll need to have plenty of "booty" (aka dog treats!) on hand for your pirate pooch!
  3. Shark: this ocean predator never looked so cute.
  4. Firefighter: you don't have to have a Dalmatian to have your very own firehouse hound.
  5. Police officer: keep your neighborhood safe with your patrolman pup
  6. Lion: hey...we didn't know Simba barks!
  7. Bumblebee: buzz into fall with this cute outfit.
  8. Hot dog: hold the ketchup on this savory get up!
  9. Pumpkin: an outfit for the cutest puppy in the patch.
  10. Cowboy: put 'em up! This little guy will lasso your heart wearing this costume.
  11. Skeleton: because dogs just love bones.
  12. Luau dog: nothing's more noticeable than a coconut bra
  13. Yoda: don't let your pup start playing Jedi mind tricks on you. 
  14. Pope: the papal pup has arrived.
  15. Coffee cup: one puppachino coming up!

Safety Considerations When Dressing Up Your Pup for Halloween

  • You know your dog best. If they seem extremely stressed out by the costume you've put on them, then take it off for their own safety and well-being.
  • Still want to get your pet in on the holiday spirit? Try tying a simple orange and black striped bandana around their neck instead.
  • Don't get costumes that restrict your pet's ability to move or relieve themselves 
  • Avoid any costumes that have choking hazards or could in any way constrict their throat or mouth. 
  • Always supervise your pet when they are wearing their costume.

Do you have any questions about keeping your pup healthy and happy this fall?

Get in touch with our vets in Deland FL for some guidance.  Contact us at our Animal Clinic in Deland FL for pet safe Halloween tips and tricks (and treats!) We also offer a range of pet care services to help all your four-legged friends stay safe. 

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