When you shop for Halloween, what do you buy? I bet you always get a terrific Halloween costume along with a few Halloween accessories to spice it up.
But, do you remember your furry friend? Do not be deceived, your dog is probably the most loyal member of your family. Unfortunately, she is also the most easily forgotten during Halloween shopping. How unfair!
Thankfully, you can make up for your unforgivable negligence by next Halloween. Give everyone a fright next Halloween with this Spider Dog Costume that would transform your dog into a beastly monster in just a few minutes.
It transforms your innocent dog into a giant and evil-looking tarantula that will give everyone in your neighborhood a scare they will remember for life!
Ok, I admit, the above pictures of the costume look more cute than scary. But that’s just this particular version of the spider dog costume. There are quite a few other versions that look scarier by far.
Depending on how far you choose to go, and the exact version of the spider dog costume you decide to buy, the effects can vary from hilarious to seriously frightful. No joke! See the embedded video below if you doubt me.
When you give your dog the privilege of scaring people silly like that, I’m sure she would finally feel like a member of the family!
The main Spider Dog Costume featured above is made from 100% polyester fabric. This means that it is soft on the dog, so you do not have to worry about your dog having to carry much weight around. It is light.
Headpiece Hood with Chin Strap
The package includes a furry, stuffed, black headpiece that has four large, googly eyes in front. The stuffed hood has a Velcro chin strap to hold it in place no matter how much the dog moves around.
Cute and Scary
Like a spider, this thing is full of legs. The spidery legs are further beautified (or rather “scarified”) with furry orange accents around them. There is also a Velcro strap to hold the costume on the dog’s chest. Your dog is going to be looking like an alien spider from space.
We can only now hope that your dog would be able to recover from the traumatic experience of being a terror!