It’s Halloween night, and you’re home alone watching horror movies. Suddenly, a four-legged ghoul jumps on your lap. WTFur? You jump up and see the reflexion of a character straight out of the “Walking Dead” staring you in the eyes. Take a deep breath and relax, it’s just Harvey in his Howl-o-ween costume, and your own reflection after a long day at the office. Phew!
If you’re a bit of a scaredy-cat, it’s probably best to dress yourself and your pet in something adorable rather than creepy. We found a few original doggy-human dress-up duos worth sharing, so if you withstand epic proportions of cute, dare to scroll on…
Matching owner and dog costumes for a pet-rifyingly cute Halloween
If you think cleanliness is next to godliness, this outfit will rub off on you.
They say breakfast is the most im-paw-tent meal of the day. Why not wear it for Halloween?
“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest [pooch] of them all?”
Doggy shark doo doo doo doo doo doo…
Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? – Not this little girl!
If you aren’t easily startled, and you’ve got the guts to look like a member of the Adams family, why not go for gold (or in this case, black) with these freaky Halloween outfits:
The skeletons are out of the closet….
“Double, double, toil and trouble”… This pooch will put a spell on you.
“Hi, I’m Chucky.”
Freddy Krueger’s got nothing on us… and neither does Wolverine 😉
Beware of the zombie aPAWcalypse!
Okay, so now that you’ve found some ‘ins-paw-ration’ for your Howl-oween costumes, why not share a photo of you and your pooch dressed up in cute (or creepy) Halloween outfits? You could Look out for the competition starting 25 October 2019 here.
Go ahead, grab those costumes and share a snap with us before the clock strikes 12 (arh-woooooooooo)!
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