By Chris Dato • October 09, 2014
Dogs are a source of unconditional love, and anyone who has ever owned one knows that a dog is less of a pet and more of a family member. After all, they live in your house, they eat, they sleep, they get excited when you come home, and they occasionally go to the bathroom somewhere they aren’t supposed to. (Okay, maybe that last one is just my family…) As Americans we love any excuse to include our pets in holidays, particularly ones that are celebrated by taking a walk around the block like Halloween!
Halloween is pretty much the perfect holiday for your furry, four-legged friend. But before you set out to canvas the neighborhood with your canine, you need to make sure he or she looks the part. Luckily there is no shortage of adorable dog costumes, or hilarious dog puns to go with them.
Come to the bark side with these Star Wars themed costumes for your puppy from Costume Supercenter. If you have more than one dog, these would be a great theme costume. Plus, Costume Supercenter is currently offering 15% off costumes $20 or more. The site features a wide selection of dog costumes in many categories.
We also have an exclusive deal going on with Manhattanite for 30% off Puppe Love dog costumes. They have variety of different costumes, each one cuter than the one before it. I particularly like this “Indiana Bones” costume.
If the rest of these costumes are just too masculine for your petite puppy, Manhattanite is here for you. This “Barktoria Secret” costume is just perfect for your little pooch princess.
Finally, your dog might get jealous that everyone else is getting candy for their efforts. While it would be bad to slip your pet candy from your own haul, having treats with you is a great idea. Take advantage the sale Barkbox is having for Halloween. All October, receive 10% off a new subscription.
Don’t be afraid to include Fido in your evening plans. Your dog can make the perfect companion, or even costume accessory, for your Halloween!
Chris Dato A Southern California kid born and raised, Chris is happiest with sunglasses on his face and sand under his back. Although a self-proclaimed master money saver, he prefers the term 'responsibly frugal' to 'cheap.'