It's all hands on deck this week at Compare Cover as everyone is working hard to prepare for this year's Winter Droving Festival! The unique spectacle, which is taking place this weekend in the heart of Penrith kicks off with a fancy-dress competition for dogs!
With this as inspiration and with Halloween on the horizon, we thought we'd take a look at some adorable Halloween costume ideas for your four-legged friends. After all, Halloween isn't just for humans anymore!
So, if you're lucky enough to have a chilled-out dog who doesn't mind getting dressed up, here are some our favourite costume ideas guaranteed to make your dog star of the show this Howl-o-ween.
This smiley pooch looks thrilled to be dressed up as a Halloween pumpkin!
A hat and a cape are all it takes to turn your furry friend into Count Dogula.
This creepy crawly costume is bound to freak out anyone with a fear of spiders!
Is your dog an angel or devil? You decide!
Let your dog be a hero for a day with this cute superhero ensemble
Ready for treats (and tricks of course) we can't bear how cute this dog looks!
Simple, yet effective. An old bed sheet is all that's required to transform your dog into a haunting hound.
Your dog is part of the family, so it's only fair to get them involved in the festivities on Halloween!
Whether you're planning to take them along with you and the kids trick-or-treating, or you just want to show off your pet's wickedly cute side, a doggy costume is the perfect way to celebrate any Halloween activities you have planned. You could even wear matching costumes for twice the fun!
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