If you’re sick of Halloween by this point in the day, let us resurrect your love for the spookiest day of the year.
Because if terrible Twitter names and scooping out pumpkin guts haven’t got you in the spirit, this is the only thing that can – dogs in Halloween costumes.
Yes, whether it’s a pug or poodle, every canine can have a costume.
Some people dress their pets in costumes they buy online and others have got a little more creative with the dressing up.
Try to ignore the gentle prod with a nose under the table (Picture: Getty)One in five dog owners admitted that they believe giving their dog extra treats from their own plate shows them that they love them and that they are one of the family, with chicken (77%), beef (68%), sausages (67%), ham (63%) and vegetables (57%) listed as the most commonly fed foods.
From the basic dog wearing your old devil horns to elaborately created handmade tutus, we love them all
Let’s take a look at some of the best costumes from dogs on social media this year.
To kick us off, Rufus, who belongs to Metro.co.uk’s social media editor Jay
Lily the Dachshund makes the perfect pumpkin
Mabel and Moose have gone for a couple costume with a Peter Pan theme
Who wouldn’t want to be saved by Isla?
For a dog who loves to tear apart stuffed animals, make a durable activity ball with a Hol-ee rubber ball, scraps of fabric, and treats.
The Dog who Lived
Somehow the basic sheet over the head is more effective with puppy dog eyes underneath
A hot dog
Forget matching with your partner, we stan a matching pet and owner
I finally made my dog and I the Shrek and Donkey costumes we’ve been needing for Halloween LMAOOOO 💚💚💚💚💚 pic.twitter.com/MUwrlhZQUD
— KELLY-Beatrice 👹🧙♀️🦋 (@azuremarill)
Give me s’more
Moose the cheetah companion dog has the perfect costume for a chocolate lab!! Retweet to give s'more love to Moose! #Halloween pic.twitter.com/zWyQS0FYTR
— Cincinnati Zoo (@CincinnatiZoo)
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