40 Dog Halloween Costumes That'll Win Best In Show
Arrg! Who needs a parrot on your shoulder when you can dress your dog up like Captain Hook?
Saving lives, fighting fires, but most importantly, stealing hearts.
Maybe this costume will make up for all those times your dog barked the mailman off the lawn.
Support your favorite team by dressing your dog up in a jersey! From our favorite college sports teams to professional football, we love when canines show their team spirit.
This costume is more cute than it is intimidating. Your kids will absolutely love seeing your dog dressed as a dino.
For the dog that’s treated like household royalty. A sparkly tiara is the perfect accessory for the diva pup.
This costume’s all fun and games. Perfect for the family who loves the beach or the Little Mermaid.
Embellish your long-haired dog’s natural fur with a lion’s mane. You can hear this roar from miles away!
Dress your little dog up to pay homage to your family's favorite guilty pleasure– Chinese takeout.
A shark costume is a great choice for dogs of all sizes. All you have to do is strap a fin to your dog’s back and you’re good to go!
Well isn’t that clever. Just be careful not to lose your dog in the bushes!
Is your pup a Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, or Hufflepuff? Peanut here is a Hufflepuff!
There is just something about this walrus costume that is oh-so charming. A great option for smaller dogs.
Chicken "Poodle" Soup
If you’re a proud owner of a poodle, run with the creative name pun of Chicken “Poodle” soup. This creative costume has a chance to win best-in-show.
If you’re dressing as superman, your pup can be a star superhero too with this funny Underdog costume.
Gosh darn it Biscuit, did you eat the bacon off my plate again? This costume is for the dog with a rowdy side.
For the pup that’s an absolute sweetheart, and would never try to eat your bacon. Good girl, Biscuit.
Sweet 'N Low
Sometimes she's sweet, sometimes she's Sweet 'N Low.
Bunny ears are a simple, clever costume that never fail in a pinch. Plus, they can be repurposed for Easter.
For the family of Star Wars fanatics. If only they made puppy-sized lightsabers.
A bumblebee is one of the most classic dog Halloween costumes, and we know why– it’s absolutely precious!
A super costume for all the lady dogs out there. This costume is especially great for big pups!
To play with scale and irony, we love to dress up our little dogs as elephants. I mean, how cute is this!
An elegant flower crown is the perfect accessory for the trendy puppy. Your dog can wear a flower crown around their head, or around their neck like a collar.
If you are the proud owner of a weiner dog, chances are you’ve dressed your pup up as a hot dog at least once.
This costume is easy to DIY. Tie red yarn to make two pigtails and cut up some old cloth to create the dress.
Southerners love to show their school spirit– and Southern dogs do too! Dress your pup in a simple bandana with a school or team logo. Plus, you can easily match your pup and rep your alma mater’s spirit gear.
In the South, our sports rivalries can get heated, so it’s always good to have a referee around to calm us down.
A hula skirt and lei are all you need for this cute costume. Plus, it’s wearable and low-maintenance, so your dog will be comfortable all night.
Little Red Riding Hood
A red cloak and a basket are all it takes to make this simple, but instantly recognizable costume.
The name says it all. This simple, clever costume is great for larger dogs!
Hi Mrs. Margarie, we found Waldo in our backyard again.
Oh my stars! Pay homage to the most important lady in your life with this Grandma costume.
This creative costume modeled after one of the South’s greatest icons may just win the top prize–and our hearts! You can even dress up to match with these tips from Dolly herself.
Don't worry, Ma'am. Detective Buttercup is on the case.
Spongebob Squarepants & Patrick
They're the two best friends that anyone could have. We go together like Spongebob & Patrick.
Pizza Delivery Dog
Did somebody order a pizza? Oh wait…
The Red Baron
It’s a bird… it’s a plane… it’s a bulldog!
A felt cap and cotton-ball beard really bring this DIY costume to life. Now, if only your dog would just sit still!