Rebellious Dog? Halloween Costumes for Your Little Devil
Last week, I showed you some of my favorite Halloween costumes for your playful pup, but what if your dog-friend’s favorite form of playing involves getting into a big mess of trouble? Have no fear! While I can’t tame your out-of-control canine, I can easily recommend these 10 devilish dog Halloween costumes for any furball who plans on dressing up this year.
But what if your dog is an angel who would never even dream of causing any mischief? Well, sometimes even the best-behaved dog likes to mix it up. I’ll bet they’ll love one of these wild-and-crazy costumes.
The Stink Master
Have a troublemaker who isn’t potty trained? This skunk Halloween costume is a great way to poke fun at your four-legged friend. Maybe with all the embarrassment that may come with parading around as a skunk, he might think twice about peeing in your house.
Lady of the Night
Does your dog go parading herself all over town? Does she have many beaus howling her name? If you’ve got a wild girl, this Lady Is a Tramp costume may suit her personality perfectly.
The Escape Artist
Any dog who needs a quick escape might dream of a strapping a rocket on its back and shooting out of any problem. This Acme Rocket Dog costume is a perfect getaway outfit for any troublemaker who plans on stealing all of the Halloween candy.
The Devil Made Me Do It
Is your pooch always blaming other animals for his devilish ways? I say, if your troublemaking pup is looking for a dog Halloween costume, let him be who he really is: a devious Devil! While many humans (and dogs!) like to dress up as a completely different personality while trick or treating, some dogs just want to be themselves. I say wear it loud and proud!
The Biker Dog
I love sticking my head out of the car’s window and feeling the breeze in my fur. Other dogs take it to extreme! Ever meet a biker dog before? I have. Those mutts are not to be messed with. If your dog likes to walk on the wild side, and you can picture him cruising on the back of a motorcycle, step up your Halloween costume plans with this Biker outfit. Oh, and you might want to rename him Cujo. Skippy is not a good name for a biker dog.
Just Monkeying Around
You wouldn’t consider your sweet angel a bad boy, would you? If your cuddly canine means well, but can’t seem to stay out of trouble – think unrolling rolls of toilet paper or stealing chips off your plate when you’re not looking – the best costume for him might be the Monkey Dog. This silly outfit is perfect for the curious dog who doesn’t try to get in trouble, but just doesn’t know how to stay out of it. Bonus points if you can get a picture of your dog eating a banana with this costume on.
Don’t Forget Your Bail Money
You might as well dress him the way you expect to find him at the end of the evening: behind bars! This Jail dog outfit could only be pulled off by the baddest of bad dogs. If you plan on doing a lot of trick or treating, and you want your family’s costumes to be the best on the block, I suggest the adult humans dress up like cops, and the kids and dogs wear prisoner costumes.
The Over Indulger
If your sweetheart tries to take a swig of your drink when you look away, then – I don’t know how to tell you this – you should know that you have a problem on your hands. This Bark Lite costume is great for pups who like to drink a lot … of water, hopefully! Just remind them to behave, or they may end up in jail with the last dog!
A Roaring Good Time
If your dog has both the bark and the bite, consider this Lion costume for your little terror’s costume. This lion costume is only for the most ferocious of beasts; all timid pups who want to be lions should be a Cowardly Lion, instead. This is for a dog who looks fear in its eyes and roars right at it.
Maybe your dog likes to pretend she’s a troublemaker, but is in all actuality quite bashful. This Raptor costume is the perfect fright-inducing outfit for a small dog who thinks she is a big beast. Even though I’m a medium-sized dog, I’d run away from a little barking dinosaur who was chasing me!
Have you ever dressed up your little troublemaker for Halloween? What other costumes would you suggest? Let us know in the comments!
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