If you love couples costumes but don’t have anyone to pair up with, your problems are solved, because B&M are now selling dog costumes.
Suddenly four legs doesn’t seem enough for a dog, and the need to add eight more with a spook-tastic spider outfit is urgent.
The costume sizes range from x-small, small, medium, large and X-large, so all dogs can get involved – and you could probably even squeeze your cat into one of the outfits if you really wanted to – although I can imagine they’d be less willing.
Ranging from £2.99 – £4.99, the costumes are scarily affordable, as well as unbelievably cute.
Your pet could spend halloween as a witch, Frankenstein’s monster, a pumpkin, a spider or a skeleton, to name some of the options available, and there’s no doubt they’ll be the best dressed pooch on the block.
If a full body costume isn’t for you (or your pup), then the store are also offering little dog-sized witches hats, wings, devil horns and hair clips from just £1, to make sure your furry friend can be accessorised to perfection.
Hopefully you’ll manage to make it through most of the night without them turning the outfits or accessories into chew toys.
The B&M website explains their brilliant products, saying:
Halloween doesn’t have to just be for you and the kids.
Browse our spooky selection of Halloween dog costumes, pet treats and dog toys and for your fiendish, furry friend.
The website continues:
Let your pooch join in the Halloween fun with this spooky costume.
Cute or terrifying? Let your trick or treaters decide as your hellish hound guards your haunted house from evil spirits.
Definitely cute. A happy, tail wagging pupper with a pumpkin on its head could never be terrifying:
I don’t even have a dog, but I’d be willing to gift these outfits to people that do, just so Halloween can be filled with tiny, fluffy monsters roaming the streets.
A lot of people are already looking forward to turning their dog into a scary character, with many sharing costume ideas on social media.
One excited dog owner tweeted:
I only get excited for Halloween because I get to dress up my cute dog lol [sic]
Another said they really need to purchase B&M’s pumpkin hat:
my dogs called pumpkin and if the fam don’t dress her up as a pumpkin for Halloween I’m honestly going to have to consider a new family [sic]
I only get excited for Halloween because I get to dress up my cute dog lol
— Evelyn (@Eveylovee) September 12, 2018
my dogs called pumpkin and if the fam don’t dress her up as a pumpkin for Halloween I’m honestly going to have to consider a new family
— abbie (@abz_curtis) September 7, 2018
Halloween can’t come quick enough!
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Emily Brown first began delivering important news stories aged just 13, when she launched her career with a paper round. She graduated with a BA Hons in English Language in the Media from Lancaster University, and went on to become a freelance writer and blogger. Emily contributed to The Sunday Times Travel Magazine and Student Problems before becoming a journalist at UNILAD, where she works on breaking news as well as longer form features.