10 Dog Halloween Costume Ideas for Pugs

Introduction

When it comes to distinct breeds of dogs, Pugs are near the top of the list. Their scrunched, wrinkled faces, squat bodies and heavy breathing are almost universally identifiable, which is also what makes them so fun to dress up, especially for Halloween. Constantly hovering somewhere between adorable and otherwise, depending on who you ask, these robust little characters make for the perfect costume bearers, as their characteristic looks, attitude and sound emphasize both the cuteness and ridiculousness of almost anything they're dressed up in!
  • Baseball Fanatic

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    While they may be disappointed that stepping up to the plate doesn't mean dinnertime, your Pug will take the world by storm as a baseball fan. All you need is a baseball jersey, a glove and maybe a mini baseball cap for flair and you're well on your way to cheering for the home team.
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  • Cheerleader

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    In a cheerleading outfit, your dog may just be the cutest (or funniest looking) cheerleader on the squad. Choose a lettered or frilly shirt, a tutu and maybe some pom-poms to boot and you'll have them rah-rah-ruffing their way to the hearts of surrounding fans.
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  • Doctor

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    If you've got a sickness and you have no cowbell to cure it, try giving yourself a dose of cuteness by turning your Pug into a dog-ter for Halloween. With the help of a white lab coat and a stethoscope, they'll be well on their way to finally being able to afford to pamper and care for you instead of vice versa.
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  • Tropical Dancer

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    If there's one thing Pugs and hula dancers have in common, it's that wearing grass can get them a lot of attention. With a lei around their neck, a grass skirt around their waist and a natural waddle in their step, you'll have onlookers in stitches so quick they may offer up all of their treats instead of just some of them.
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  • Jester

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    With their funny little faces, big attitudes and general inherent goofiness, most Pugs were born jesters anyway, so why not honor their personality with a suitable costume. A colorful jester's hat and some matching colored beads are all you need to have everyone around you laughing and shrieking with delight.
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  • Nurse

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    While their chunky little paws and bodies may not be the best for precise surgical work, that doesn't mean your Pug can't live out their life dream to be a nurse on Halloween. Gather up a hat with a medical cross, some scrubs and a fake stethoscope or needle and they'll be well on their way to nursing others' sense of humor back to health.
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  • Taxi Driver

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    You need a ride? Puggettaboutit! With a smart little suit, a checkerboard hat and a badge, you can convince just about anyone to let your Pug taxi you or them around for the night (that is, as long as they're only driving the leash).
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  • Witch

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    While a Pug-witch mostly just sounds like a sandwich gone bad, it's also an adorable and perfectly themed Halloween costume for your dog. Give your Pug a pointy witch hat, a cape and maybe a wand or creepy crawlies and they'll be casting spells of cuteness in no time.
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  • Musician

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    Your pup won't be far-fetched in this extra jazzy costume! With your dog decked out in a classy musician's beret and cool glasses, you'll see that your Pug can howl a tune with the best of them and bring home extra candy as a result!
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  • Police Dog

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    Your charming canine will quit hounding you for the best costume on the street when you suit them up in a cute K-9 police vest! Don your policeman's cap and together, you and your Pug will keep law and order in the neighborhood on Halloween night.
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