One easy fix we found: we shop in the kids section! Here are some things we look for to make easy dog costumes:
Wings & Tutus
an angel, a St. Patrick's Day fairy, and the lady bug.
We have also bought a tutu in the kids' costume section of target which can easily slip over their waist. We also loved seeing this dog-friendly tutu tutorial from Pitlandia where they show you how to make a dog tutu that leaves the stomach area bare so the pooches don't get itchy.
Headbands and Tiaras
n the tiara.
We have discovered Mr B's head is the same exact size as a little boy's head. We buy him little boy hats and secure them with an elastic band that goes under the chin (not too tight!). He has worn a little boy's fedora, top hat, and here you can see the difference as he is wearing a regular-size cowboy hat.
This year we are very excited to go to this Halloween parade at Ruff Haus with a slew of other dogs walking together in costume. Though we're still thinking of what we should wear.
What type of Halloween things are you doing with your pooch?
-We always remember some dogs aren't comfortable in costumes. Here is how we prepare our pooches to wear costumes.