How to choose the right costume
We love the special occasion for the candy, all the good food, treats, and the costumes – specifically pet costumes. First and foremost, it is important to understand that the dog must be comfortable with wearing any type of costume for the special occasion or anytime of year. You want to make sure your pup is well-trained and won’t mind getting into a costume. To get him familiar with the process, it may be helpful to try out some dog clothing beforehand. It will also be helpful to give him a little treat while you are putting on his clothes to keep him calm and get him ready.
Safety tips for everyone
If you decide to take your dog trick-or-treating, be sure that his costume is comfortable and safe. You don’t want anything to cause him to choke, block his vision or distract him. If you don’t really plan on taking your dog out, and would rather just show him off to trick-or-treaters, make sure he is comfortable with people and won’t become frightened or escape from your house. It may also be helpful to warn trick-or-treaters that you have a dog before they ring the doorbell. Last but not least, make sure your dog doesn’t get a hold of the candy! You don’t want him to choke or accidentally swallow any wrappers. And chocolate is toxic for dogs so be extra careful to not let him run off with any chocolate!
Sizing for each dog is unique. We highly recommend you measure your pet precisely with a flexible tape measure to ensure the best fit. Contact us if you have question. We are happy to help.
Please note that this listing is for Small size – 9″ body length, 15″ breast girth and 11.5″ neck girth. We recommend one size up for comfort if your dog’s measurement is the higher end of the range listed
Give your dog a great prehistoric look in this soft and comfortable costume
This costume is just a perfect gift for your little one! You will not be disappointed with the details
Easy to put on and comfortable to your little baby
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