10 Dog Halloween Costume Ideas for Poodles

Introduction

While Poodles already do a good job of having a distinct look, that doesn't mean that you can shrug off good Halloween costumes altogether. However, you can surely play off of their color, attitude and personality, as well as just picking something fun and random to help celebrate the holiday with a little extra cheer. We've put together a list of some potential options, so whether you want to go traditional or something a bit more off the beaten path, you're sure to find a solution as to how to adorn your dog for trick-or-treating, walks, parties or just for fun.
  • Bride

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    Here comes the bride, all dressed in... wait. Is that a dog? For those who want to give their dog a fantastic formal look that will get quite a few looks itself, consider dressing them up as a bride. Take a smaller-than-human sized white frilly dress and maybe even a veil and you'll have your dog saying I do to treats, and smiles all day.
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  • Chef

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    Nearly all dogs love to eat, but you can prove that yours has an elevated palette with a fantastic chef costume. All you need is some combination of a toque blanche (also known as a funny chef's hat), a white double-breasted jacket, a white apron and some houndstooth to finish the look. If they drool, all the better to prove just how delicious their cooking is.
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  • Clown

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    With the way many Poodles act, they're already half-way to having a convincing clown costume. To give them a look to match their behavior, try adding in an oversized and colorful necktie, curly and colorful hair and a flowered bowler hat to boot. Of course, squeezing a clown horn when they walk will only make things that much better (and more fun).
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  • Doctor

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    Paging doctor Poodle. Paging doctor Poodle. We need you to the living room stat to perform an aesthetic transformation. Please bring some green scrubs, a matching cloth or paper face mask and a toy stethoscope so we can scare the pants off your new patient.
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  • Golfer

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    For(e) the next costume idea, we've got a rolfer going golfer. While your dog may be more prone to chasing balls than hitting them, you can still swing your way to a hole-in-one with the help of some plaid doggy pants, a matching hat and an argyle sweater vest that will have them convincingly chasing birdies of all types all day long.
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  • Harajuku

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    Even though Poodles are German in origin, that doesn't mean they have to stick to it when they dress up. Consider giving them a mix of eccentric and traditional Japanese attire with a Harajuku outfit. Wrap them head to toe in colorful kimono with fake bunned hair topped with a bow, or dress them in bright pink with lots of polka dots.
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  • Hip Hop Star

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    It might take a lot to become a hip hop star these days, but turning your dog into one for Halloween is much simpler. Get them into a bright, animal-patterned hoodie and lace them with bling wherever it stays on and you'll be on your way to overnight stardom.
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  • Hula Dancer

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    For a nearly impossible to beat costume on the cute and funny scales, consider dressing your Poodle up as a hula girl. All you need is a grass skirt, small coconut husks, string and a lei. If it doesn't get enough attention when they're standing still, try teaching them to sit up or hop on two legs beforehand for even more fun.
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  • Pirate

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    Avast ye! You don't need a black Spot to shiver the timbers of Halloween onlookers. But if you want to make your dog a convincing pirate, a skull and crossbones hat along with a white ruffled shirt and a pair of plaid cutoff shorts will go a long way in convincing others to give up their tasty loot.
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  • Snorkeler

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    Your dog may be more of a snuggler than a snorkeler, but you can solve that problem pretty quick with a well-executed costume. All you need is a comfortably fitting snorkel mask, a pair of swim fins and anything that looks like a matching wetsuit and you'll be well on your way to diving for tasty treasure in no time!
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