With the holiday season coming, many dog ​​lovers are looking for ways to include their beloved animals in the festivals. Costuming is an safe, easy and inexpensive way to add some holiday spirit to your pets!

Whether it is to add some ghoulish scary to your other mild mannered pup for Halloween or to add some elegance and charm to you pooch for holiday pictures with the family, dog costumes are certainly the way to go.

Imagine taking your kids trick or treating this year with man's best friend dressed to compliment your childrens' costumes or handing out candy to all your ghoulish visitors with your best furry friend dressed as a pirate, cheer leader, scarecrow, fire fighter, witch, honeybee , Superhero, clown, goblin or pumpkin.

You and your dog are sure to have the family or house to be remembered this holiday season. Or if Halloween is not your style … how about Christmas pictures? Would not it be great to add your pomped pooch to the picture wearing a fancy princess-like dress or a 007 like tux? Yours will definitely be the holiday cards to get, share and keep for years to come!

There are so many different types, styles and sizes of dog costumes to get you do not need to worry about finding the perfect one to fit your own pup's personality … just take a look around. Made of non-irritating fabrics and in styles that do not interfere with the various bodily functions your dog may need to perform, dog costumes are a safe and fun way to get your dog into the holiday spirit.

But hey! Do I need to put my dogs costumes away at the end of the holiday season? Of course not! Even your dog needs an image boost from time to time and what better way to get that than by dressing up and getting cooed at and petted by everyone they see?

Source by Debbie Ray

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