9 Dog Halloween Costume Ideas for Dachshunds

Introduction

While Halloween has been traditionally geared towards people, there's no reason you can't turn your Dachshund into a Halloweenie too! Whether you plan to take them on a spooky stroll, out for trick-or-treating, off to a dog-party or even just want to have a bit of fun at home, we've got some great ideas of how to adorn your adorable dog with a proper holiday outfit. With possibilities ranging from the dirt and grit of a construction worker to the clean white coat of a doctor, you'll have no shortage of options for your dog to get long on fun!
  • Barista

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    If you want your dog to look like they have a bit of pep in their step, consider dressing them up as a barista. All you need is a little doggy bowtie, a baby or child-size apron and a portable coffee mug to turn your Dachsie into a Puppachino-pouring bark-rista!
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  • Construction Worker

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    Construction work can mean long days, but now it can mean long dogs too! With the help of a miniature hard hat and a reflective vest, you can reflect your dog's hard-working nature with a costume built for long nights of trick-or-treating.
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  • Cowboy

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    Saddle up partner! If you want to highlight your dog's bark-slinging, no-care, cattle-rustling attitude, slip on a little Stetson and a fringed vest (and cowboy boots, if you can find them) and hit the dusty trail with a lasso (leash) and your faithful tail in tow!
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  • Doctor

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    If your Halloween dog costume ideas are in bad health, consider fixing them up by turning your Dach into a doctor. With the aid of a paper face mask, green scrubs for your Bubs (or a lab coat, and not a Labrador mind you) and a stethoscope, your dog will be a dogter in no time!
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  • Soccer Player

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    If your goal is to have the cutest and sportiest costume around, turn your dog into a goalie. A simple jersey and a soccer ball are all you need to transform your Dach into a shot-blocking, ball-chasing soccer player, and they may have the latter half down already!
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  • Sailor

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    Ahoy, good-boy (or girl)! If you need help anchoring your Halloweenie costume ideas or putting some wind in your creative sails, consider working on their heeling abilities by making them a "bone-afied" sailor! All you'll need is a Dixie cup hat (also known as a dog dish) and a blue and white sailor's suit to set them windward.
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  • Boxing Trainer

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    If you're on the ropes for ideas, try turning your Doxie a bit more boxy! With the help of a mini track or sweatsuit and some baby tennis shoes, you can shape up your bantam bowser into a brawling Dox-ing trainer.
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  • Trendy Beach Goer

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    For those with a sunny personality, you can always turn your tail-grower into a trendy beach goer! A striped shirt, an ascot, a towel and some sunglasses are all you need to change your couch bum into a beach bum.
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  • Unicorn

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    If you want a costume that will be as rare as your dog's personality, consider transforming them into a mythical unicorn. A white outfit and a strap-on horn are all you need to make your pooch as magical on the outside as they are on the inside.
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