8 Dog Halloween Costume Ideas for German Shepherds

Introduction

As every German Shepherd owner knows, they don't like missing out on the action. So, if you're going to be out trick or treating on Halloween, then don't expect to be able to leave them at home! In fact, if you're about to go shopping for an outfit, you may as well set time aside to find one for your furry friend as well. Your German Shepherd is going to want to be a part of the excitement equally as much as you!
  • Boxer

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    If you don't like the idea of wrangling your dog to force them into a dress, then a more tame outfit that requires less effort could be on the cards. Dressing them up as a boxer with the addition of boxing gloves around their neck may be the answer. They will still look like a force to be reckoned with, but without all the effort!
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  • Princess

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    Is your German Shepherd your princess? Then make sure she knows it by giving her a crown and a wand. Your pampered pooch is bound to look pretty as a picture as she meanders the streets with you, with sparkles and glitter from top to toe. If that doesn't fill your candy bucket, then nothing will!
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  • Vacationers

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    If you have two German Shepherds, then why not make trick or treating a family affair? You can all dress up like tropical island vacationers with island shirts and lei. The hardest part will be trying to make it through the crisp fall weather in short sleeves...
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  • Witch

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    To many people, the dark coat and pointed nose of German Shepherds make them look quite scary. Therefore, you're going to have a 10/10 outfit if you couple that "scary looking" dog with a Witches hat! For added screaming effect, put a cloak on them as well.
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  • Doctor

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    If you opened your eyes after surgery to see a dog in a doctor's coat, you will think you're not only feeling ruff, but nuts too! Thankfully, on this occasion, it's quite a normal scene. Your dog will get all the neighborhood kids laughing when they see your furry friend sporting a coat and stethoscope!
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  • Gentleman

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    If your dog is normally quite naughty, then it's going to be very scary to see them dressed up as the opposite - a gentleman! For one night only, let your dog prove they can be on their best behavior! For this outfit, a top hat, coat, and a bow tie are a must!
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  • Lion

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    Want to confuse all the neighborhood kids? Then buy a lion mane and dress up your German Shepherd! With only one item, you can have people opening their doors thoroughly confused with what they see. However, if you can turn that curiosity into candy, then all the better!
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  • Policeman

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    The transition from German Shepherd to Pawlice is not all that out of the question, as in many countries they form part of the pawlice force anyway. However, you won't want to be putting a paw out of line when you see your furry friend sporting their new badge and hat! They mean business!
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