Throughout the year, many Americans celebrate holidays that hold significant meanings. While they celebrate Christmas and Halloween, Americans also have their unique festivities such as Thanksgiving and Memorial Day.
However, since most American celebrations can be chaotic, it can be easy for one to neglect their pets amid the whirlwind of parties, relatives, and last-minute shopping.
As you start getting ready for Halloween, Thanksgiving, St. Patrick's Day, the Fourth of July, or Christmas, don't forget to include your pets!
Involve them in the holiday spirit by picking out a fun and adorable pet costume.
Of course, you shouldn't just choose the cutest outfit. To give the best costume, you have to measure their body, including their neck, girth, and length. Besides that, you also have to consider the weather and your pet's temperament. Buying the wrong kind of gear might agitate them.
Now, if you're stuck with zero ideas, browse our collection of funny, quirky and cute costumes for dogs. Our line of designer holiday costumes are easy to wear and cater to all dog breeds.
All over America, Halloween is a time to let loose, get creative and pretend to be someone else for a night. While Halloween is fun for both kids and adults, you don't need to limit your ideas to just family members. Your furry friends can join in on the fun as well!
A lot of people think that dogs hate dressing up. The truth is, some dogs love to dress up and some don't. It varies depending on your dog, but the most important thing to consider is their comfort. You can tell from their body language if your pet is comfortable with their costumes or not.
Thus, it's important to look for a dog Halloween costume with the right fit and made out of cozy material. This way, your pups can look fabulous and enjoy Halloween at the same time. Your family will also look great in the photos, and everyone will surely look forward to the next holiday.
With our line of luxury costumes for dogs, you can get your furry friends involved in the Halloween spirit with a costume of their own.
Here are some of our top-selling Halloween costumes for dogs:
Chinese cutie dog costume: Ni hao, little pupper! Perfect for Chinese holidays, this pink oriental costume will steal people's hearts with it. It fits most small dogs and comes in various sizes to ensure the best fit. The soft satin fabric, woven buttons, and gold trim make it a comfy and cute traditional Asian costumes.
Werewolf plaid dog costume: When the moon comes out on Halloween, it's time to unleash your ferociously adorable canine. Let your frisky pup scare trick-or-treaters with this werewolf costume. It has a detailed wolf hood, button-up plaid shirt, and a convenient leash hole. It can also fit sizes XS to XL.
Spider dog costume: Your friendly neighborhood spider dog is here to save the day! Dress up your dog in 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 are also painted with glow-in-the-dark!
Dressing up for the holidays is a fun tradition -- for us humans, at least. Fortunately, there are several ways to tell if your furry friend doesn't like putting on animal costumes.
It's important to test whether your furry friend is comfortable wearing a costume or not. They might look good in pictures, but they could also feel stressed and anxious if you don't check with them first.
Of course, your furry friend will look adorable in a costume, but it's important to make sure that they enjoy it. So, do a test run before the actual holiday.
If your dog shows irritation or discomfort, remove the costume and try another day. On the next try, watch for signs of discomfort. These include rolling their eyes back, folding their ears or scratching at the costume's fabric.
Choose holiday costumes that are easy to put on and take off. It shouldn't be too tight that your dog has to squeeze into, or too loose that they might trip or snag it somewhere.
Before buying a costume, try putting on a T-shirt on your dog first. Observe their body language to see how they will react to the garment. If they try to scratch it, shake their body vigorously, run around, or tuck in their tails, then they might not be happy with it.
As much as possible, don't get a costume that will obstruct your dog's vision. Aside from being dangerous, dogs get stressed if they can't see anything around them. Make sure that their eyes aren't covered with the costume you choose.
Other holiday costumes
While Halloween is most known for dressing in costumes, dog costumes work great for many American holidays. Dressing your dog up in a holiday-themed costume will allow them to take part in the fun. It will also add some additional holiday cheer to the occasion.
Below are some great ideas for various popular American holidays.
Christmas: This holiday is all about the love for God and humanity, but that doesn't exclude dogs as well. It's the time for delicious feasts, lots of gift-giving, family reunions, and fun parties. Dress up your dog in festive Christmas costumes that will surely look good on your Christmas photos. We have Santa dog hats, reindeer antlers, snowman costumes, and Christmas tree jackets for dogs of all sizes. Your pup might even get plenty of presents when everyone sees them decked in their costume!
July 4th: Celebrate America's declaration of independence with your furry friends. Let them join in the fun during picnics, outdoor grills, and carnivals by dressing them up in adorable costumes. Just make sure that they are safely inside the house before the fireworks display starts to keep them stress-free. Grab our Uncle Sam dog hat and costume and let your pup strut during the Fourth of July festivities. Mardi Gras: Join in on the fun Fat Tuesday festivities and don't forget to include your dogs as well. Marvel at the colorful floats, watch the parade and gulp down as much fatty food as you want. Make sure you serve dog-friendly food to your pup and dress them in comfy but fun carnival costumes. We have a Mardi Gras Tee Dog costume and a Mardi Paws Dragon costume, both equally cute and colorful.
St. Patrick's: Eager to chug down a couple of beers during St. Patrick's? You're not alone! Although your dog can't drink with you, they can definitely dress up in adorable green outfits. Dance the Irish jig with your dog and enjoy traditional Irish food with your friends on this fun-filled day. And while you're at it, choose from our line of leprechaun costumes for your furry friend. They will surely look as adorable as a shamrock on St. Patrick's Day!
Thanksgiving: Commemorate the holiday celebrated by the Pilgrims with your family and friends. During the long weekend, you'll be busy attending football games, float parades, and preparing for a delicious feast. Kick the fun up a notch by putting on a Thanksgiving costume for your turkey -- er, doggie. Our 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 won't mind putting on.