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Dog Costumes

Invited to a holiday costume party and can’t bear the thought of your furry friend missing out on the fun? Maybe you and your dog just love getting all dressed up with nowhere to go! Find the perfect dog costume at Bitch New York and make sure you and your dog are the talks of the next party. Don’t make the mistake of thinking dog costumes are reserved solely for Halloween - we have dog costumes for Christmas, Mardi Gras, July 4th, and more!


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Acme Rocket Dog Costume

From $19.00 - $44.00

Alice Dress Dog Costume

From $33.00 - $41.00

Alpine Boy Dog Costume

From $33.00 - $41.00

Alpine Girl Dog Costume

From $33.00 - $41.00

Army Suit Dog Costume

From $33.00 - $39.00

Barkenstein Dog Costume

From $31.00 - $37.00

Bat Dog Costume

From $31.00 - $37.00

Bee 3D Dog Costume

From $36.00 - $44.00
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Bone Apetite Chef Dog Costume

From $38.00 - $47.00

Buccaneer Pirate Dog Costume

From $53.00 - $61.00

Bumble Bee Dog Costume

From $29.00 - $35.00

Bunny Dog Costume

From $31.00 - $37.00

Calypso Queen Dog Costume

From $54.00 - $63.00

Captain's Mate Dog Costume

From $38.00 - $46.00

Caterpillar Dog Costume

From $33.00 - $39.00

Chicken Dog Costume

From $31.00 - $33.00

Chinese Cutie Dog Costume

From $31.00 - $36.00

Christmas Tree Dog Costume

From $38.00 - $44.00

Cleopatra Dog Costume

From $42.00 - $50.00

Christmas Costumes For Dogs

If you're stuck with zero ideas, browse our collection of funny, quirky, and cute holiday costumes for dogs. Our designer holiday dog costumes are easy to wear and cater to all breeds.

Spider dog costume

Your friendly neighborhood spider dog is here to save the day! Dress up your dog as your favorite comic book character with this spider dog costume. Made of 100% cotton jersey with soft cotton ribbing, it'll keep them snug and comfy throughout a costume party. Just like the original Spider-Man costume, the web, and the eyes glow-in-the-dark!!

Just imagine the memories you’ll make, not to mention the family photos! Dressing up can be a fun tradition for everyone, and even your pup will look forward to getting out of the costumes again next year.

Safety considerations

Just as with any change in your dog’s routine, you should take it slow. Conduct a test run with a t-shirt before the big day and check for any signs of irritation. These include rolling eyes back, folding ears, or biting and scratching at the costume's fabric. If they shake their body vigorously, run around, or tuck their tail, those are all pretty good signs they’re not happy with the arrangement.

If your dog shows signs of irritation or discomfort, remove the costume and try again another day.

Other holiday costumes

While Halloween is probably the most famous costume holiday for humans, dog costumes have applications for all kinds of holidays. Dressing your dog up in a holiday-themed costume is a fun way to get everyone in the mood.

Below are some costume ideas for popular American holidays.

July 4th

Celebrate America's independence with your best friend. Let them join in on the fun during picnics, carnivals, and block parties by dressing them up in an adorable costume. We want you to have an Uncle Sam dog hat and costume and lead the big Independence Day parade. Just make sure your pup is safely inside the house before the fireworks begin to keep them happy and stress-free.

Mardi Gras

Join in on the fun Fat Tuesday festivities and don't forget to include your dog. We have a Mardi Gras Tee Dog costume and a Mardi Paws Dragon costume, both equally cute and colorful. Watch the parade, marvel at the colorful floats, and party all night long. Make sure you serve dog-friendly food to your pup and dress them in comfy but fun carnival costumes.

St. Patrick's

While your dog can't throw back any green beers or Irish whiskey, that doesn’t mean they can’t dress up in adorable outfits and dole out plenty of kisses! Make sure everyone is wearing their green this year and choose from a variety of leprechaun costumes for your dog. Dance a jig and enjoy some Irish food with your friends on this fun-filled day. Your little lucky charm will be as adorable as a shamrock this St. Patty’s Day!

Thanksgiving

During the long holiday weekend, you'll be busy preparing a delicious feast, watching the parade, and maybe even catching a few football games in the afternoon. Kick the festivities up a notch by putting a Thanksgiving costume on your turkey—err, doggie. A turkey costume will surely make everyone gobble with delight at the sight of your dog. It's a colorful and fun suit that your dog will be happy to show off around the dining room table.

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