Can you believe it's Halloween already! Do your kids want to go trick-or-treating as a dog for Halloween?
If you're having trouble here are some of my favorite funny and quirky dog Halloween costumes for kids. And the best part? They can double as pajamas for the entire year if you wanted.
I've also found some great DIY Dog Halloween Costumes for kids if you're crafty.
Halloween Costumes for Kids
Trying to think of a Puppy Halloween Costume? Are you feeling stuck on finding a Dog/Puppy Costume?
Maybe one of our favorite Puppy Halloween Costumes will inspire you.
Toddlers Dog Halloween Costumes
Spooktacular Cuddly Puppy Costume Set - Cutest costume with a matching Puppy Hood, Puppy Booties, and even come with a pretend bone!
Cute and Furry Spotted Dalamation Costume - Who doesn't love a Dalmatian! Be the cutest little spotted puppy around.
OMG Puppy Love Costume - This is my favorite little puppy outfit. Your Toddler will be the cutest puppy on Halloween night.
Kids Halloween Dog Costumes
Secret Life of Pets ( Max ) Costume - Super Cute! With the tail and hat. I love the brown spots!
Shaggy Sheep Dog - Oh my goodness, I love this costume! Shaggy ears, paws, and you'll stay warm at the same time. This one's a win in my book!
Sassy Girls Dalamation Costume - This is perfect for the Sassy girl! Complete with tail, nose, and the cutest ears ever!
Dress Up Tutu Doggy Costume - What little girl doesn't love to play dress up! This adorable tutu, paw gloves, ear headbands won't disappoint.
Kids Pug Dog Halloween Costume - You'll be the cutest Pug around! Got a Pug Puppy? How cute would this be a Pug walking a Pug!
Adult Dog Halloween Costumes
Funniest Bulldog Biting Your Butt Costume - This fun blow up costume looks like a Bulldog biting your butt! Don't let the door hit you on the way out!
Cute Adult Puppy Dog Costume - Comes complete with paw feet! Love this and it's warm too!
Kids and Adults Halloween Safety Tips
- Always cross the street, looking left and right.
- Don't walk to use your electronic devices.
- Always stay on sidewalks and walking paths.
- Stay with younger kids at all times.
- Decorate your kids' costumes with reflective tape.
- Face paint is safer than a mask.
- Have your kids carry a glow stick.