We don’t mean to scare you, but Halloween is only days away. As we count down the days this week, we’ll be sharing our favorite fan-submitted photos of dogs and cats. For those of you who are procrastinators, don’t worry; there’s still time to find a costume for your pet and share a photo with us. All you have to do is post an adorable photo of your dressed up pet on our Facebook page for a chance to be featured in the photo gallery below.
Remember: Creativity counts! If you can wow us with your originality or make us laugh, then there’s a good chance you’ll be picked. Of course, we also always appreciate the classic witch or ghost costume. In any case, have a fun and safe Halloween, and remember to make sure any costume you put on your pet is comfortable, doesn’t restrict their movements and doesn’t have any decorations or buttons that could be chewed off and swallowed. Now, get to snapping those photos!
Winter Dressed as The Phantom of the "Pup-era"
We've heard tales that a mysterious white Miniature Poodle named Winter lives in a spooky underground lair beneath an opera house.
J.J. the Fighter Pilot
It's a bird... it's plane... actually, yes it is a plane. It's none other than J.J. the fighter pilot!
Dog Dressed as Taco
This dog is so excited for Halloween that he's wearing an adorable taco costume and a festive bandana!
Sandy the Captain
Ahoy, mateys! Captain Sandy is ready to head off to sea... as long as he can bring his favorite toy with him.
Dog Dressed as Devil
This dog may look mischievous, but we bet he's an angel... most of the time.
Lucky the Bat
Lucky can't seem to get her bat wings to work, but has hopes for flying on Halloween.
Peanut the Musketeer
Peanut the Savannah looks dashing in his black and red ensemble. That feathered cap is everything.
Lily the Skeleton
No bones about it: Lily the Pit Bull is so cute it's scary.
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