10 Best Large Dog Halloween Costumes of 2018

Introduction

Think only small dogs get to dress up for Halloween? Then think again. While there's no denying that it's easier to find costumes for smaller dogs than it is large, you need to think outside the square. What's more, when you locate the right outfit, you have a far higher chance of securing loot when you head out trick or treating. Your dog will also enjoy getting to go for a long walk! Consider these outfits for a large dog below.
  • Sheriff

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    Think your dog has what it takes to be a member of the pawlice? Then set your sights on a sheriff's outfit complete with hat and red western bandana. While there's every chance they are easily bribed with kibble, they are going to be the cutest pawlice sheriffs in town!
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  • Mariner

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    Every large dog deserves a standout outfit, and a sailor or mariner costume is going to tick all the boxes. All you need is a striped shirt and sailor hat and you're halfway to being able to sail the seven se---neighborhoods!
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  • Businessman

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    Every businessperson will have a ruff day at some point, but it's bound to be so much better if you can go out trick or treating! Dress your large dog up with a shirt and tie and make them a "mini me". It will help you to forget the day's woes while filling your candy bag at the same time.
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  • Old-Fashion Biker

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    Has your furry friend got a need for speed? Are they always pushing the boundaries? Maybe they were a rascal biker in another life. Give them a taste of old times with an old-fashioned biker getup. They're bound to be the life of any party!
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  • Ballerina

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    Has Twinkle Toes got what it takes to put on their sweet face and help fill your candy bucket? Then there's no harm in dressing your large dog in a burgundy tulle ballerina outfit and bringing them along for the journey. If anything, they'll make the neighbors laugh!
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  • Elvis

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    You ain't nothin' but a hound dog, cryin' all the time... If your large furry friend is tired of staying in a kennel barking and whining while you go out collecting candy, then take them with you! It seems only natural to then include Elvis in their Halloween outfit.
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  • Skeleton

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    If you're struggling to make your dog look scary for Halloween because they're so adorable, then try dressing them up as a skeleton. With non-toxic paint, you can complete the look while turning your pup from pawsitevely adorable to downright terrifying!
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  • Devil

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    Is your dog a sock chewer? Toilet paper stealer? Shoe destroyer? Then it makes sense to dress them up as the devil they are! What's more, your furry friend can help you get far more loot than if you went alone, while also decreasing your risk of 'trick' over 'treat' at the same time!
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  • Pumpkin

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    Is your dog your "sweet little pumpkin"? Then, it might be time to make them your "sweet, BIG pumpkin" for one night only. Get in the festive spirit of Fall and Halloween with a large vegetable costume. The vibrancy of the orange is also sure to capture everyone's attention!
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  • Victorian Lady

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    Let your furry friend be the dainty, elegant and polite dog they are by dressing them up as a Victorian lady. Even if they aren't that well-mannered at home, you can offer the persona and wish that it was real! All you need is a fur coat to go over top of their own fur coat, and your'e set to go!
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