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People send me these types of pictures all the time via email. But I don’t like to post ’em online unless I can credit where the pictures originally came from.
So I did a little research… and here are my favorites.
Get Ideas For Your Dog’s Halloween Costume
Looking through these might stir up the creative juices and you just might get some interesting ideas for costumes to make for your own dog.
Some of these I like because of their simplicity — they seem easy enough that you could probably make them at home yourself.
While your dog might not mind wearing most of these all night long, others might work best for a one-time photo shoot.
Clicking on each photo takes you to the website on which the photo originally appeared.
via Pets Advisor
via Pets Advisor
via Funny Dog Pics
Feel free to post photos or links to your favorite dog costumes in the Comments below!…
Other Great Collections Of Dogs Wearing Costumes
- A Slideshow of Dog Costume Photos from Ebaum’s World
- Dogs in Costumes by iPets
- Pictures of Dogs in Duds
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