Hello Pug lovers, our favorite time of year is coming! Halloween is a great time to dress our Pugs up in adorable costumes. The important thing is to make sure that your dog is happy. The simpler the outfit or costume the better the chance is that your dog will wear it without trying to take it off right away.
Too many bells and whistles can equal torture for your pup. We want to all have a happy and safe Halloween!
King Pugs A Lot
If your dog likes to pal around with Kingly types, he may want to dress up as a Knight. Sewers could create a masterpiece with their sewing machines for sure, I’ve even seen them knitted. If you aren’t crafty take the easy street.
The Kid From IT
Horror fans! IT doesn’t get scarier than dressing your dog like one of the kids from IT. If you live in a wet climate, you may already have a yellow raincoat for your pup… If not…
Then compliment it with a red balloon! Easy peasy.
Megladon From The Meg
This costume seems to limit head movement and does not look like an outfit that should be worn for any length of time. It sure makes an adorable picture though so get your pics and take the costume off is my advice.
This costume is terrifying. You don’t even need the claw. Any time I see a red and khaki green striped sweater I instantly think Freddy Krueger. You can probably find a small sweater in a thrift store to alter. Hat optional depending on your pooch.
Just remember that dogs do not dress up in the wild. They don’t celebrate Holidays. A lot of dogs seem perfectly content dressing up and partying with their humans. Some appear utterly miserable. Please don’t force your Pug to do anything they don’t want to do! If your pup doesn’t like wearing costumes, don’t force it. A simple bow-tie will make any Pug adorable with little to no discomfort. Costumes should never limit mobility or vision. Be careful to avoid anything that wraps around the neck.
***COSTUMES TO AVOID
- Any costume that covers the face or impairs vision.
- Any costume that could get too hot.
- Any costume that makes it difficult to walk or limits mobility.
- Any costume that makes your pooch appear unhappy.
Be safe and have a Happy Halloween!
Please share pictures of your dog’s costume in the comments below.
Do you have a great Halloween costume idea for a Pug? Does your Pug like to dress up? Please post pictures in the comments below if your pup loves to wear costumes! We wanna see.
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