Halloween is the perfect opportunity to dress up like your favorite movie character. Sometimes though, our dogs are the ones who would look a lot better in those costumes. Here are five costumes any movie buff should get for their favorite furry child.
There is nothing so serious about this costume. Great for comic book geeks or general fans of the Christopher Nolan Batman Series, this Halloween costume for dogs matches Heath Ledger’s version of The Joker perfectly. There will be no doubt your pup is Gotham City’s favorite criminal anarchist clown when the neighbors see him in this. This would be perfect for a dog that can be a little bit of a troublemaker, but always manages to make you smile.
The Wizard of Oz is a classic film and now it has one of the most beloved characters in dog Halloween costume form, Scarecrow. The character’s charm will fit your dog perfectly. Do not think giving your dog this costume means he or she does not have a brain. Remember that Scarecrow had a brain the whole time. This would be perfect for an older dog because of the front only design and timelessness of the film it came from.
Star Wars At-At Imperial Walker
Not quite a beloved character, but certainly a fun and creative costume of a memorable piece of war artillery. This ensemble is of the At-At Imperial Walker from the Star Wars films. If your dog happens to misbehave while in this costume, remember the only weak point of an At-At Walker is on the neck. This would be the perfect costume for slower moving dog with lots of firepower; or if your dog is a big geek.
Odds are your dog has no opinion of snakes. Do not let that stop you from getting this costume of the most exciting archeologist of all, Indiana Jones. The globetrotting hero has become an icon with four films based on him. This would be the perfect costume for an adventurous dog unafraid of danger, especially lost relics with mystical powers.
Lloyd Christmas from Dumb & Dumber
Every fan of the comedy Dumb & Dumber should consider adopting a dog just to put this costume on them. The only thing left to do after getting the dog in the costume would be to get him to learn the dance Jim Carrey’s character Lloyd Christmas does after getting a standing ovation from friend Harry Dunne for his tuxedo choice. This would be the perfect costume for a goofy lovable pup always capable of making you laugh.
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