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Halloween Is Almost Here So We Gathered Up The Best Costumes For Your Favorite Puppy Chulo

Halloween is meant to be celebrated by all: adults, kids, babies, and, yes, pets. In our house, we give out doggy treats to all those little dogs that come by in costume — it’s only fair. We have no idea if dogs like to get dressed up on Halloween, but they are such good sports about it. And they look so cute! 

With Halloween just around the corner, you may be freaking out about what sort of costume you should pick out for your little family member, well, we’re to help. Here’s a roundup of the best (and cutest) costumes for your dog. 

Special delivery from the UPS dog. 

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Your neighbors will love this costume! Buy it for less than $15. Please handle this package with care. 

Taco Tuesday is for dogs (and cats) too. 

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Just make sure you don’t include real food or take a bite. This cute costume is only $15. 

The holy furry ghost

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You cannot go wrong with a white bed sheet. Hopefully, your pup doesn’t shake it off. Also, don’t walk near a mirror, you don’t want to scare your dog. 

May the Ewok be with you. 

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Every dog deserves to be a Star Wars hero. You can be Princess Laia or Prince Luke!

Harry Puppy

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Harry Potter would have loved to have a dog, don’t you think? Now he has one. All you need for this costume is a baby scarf and a pair of gag glasses, and you’re set. 

Welcome to Jurassic (dog) Park

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This costume comes in all sizes and is just $25. Be sure to have the Jurassic Park theme music playing wherever you go. 

Your best sidekick

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If you’re Batman for Halloween, you’re going to need a sidekick, so naturally, it should be Robin. This costume is just $13!

A martini straight up.

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Work with what you got and dress up your doggy in a way that will make you and them feel good. You cannot go wrong with this DIY look. Just don’t drink and walk your dog. 

Snoop doggy dog, but the original.

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Your dog might not be able to rap, but that doesn’t mean they can’t bark like a rap star. Also, be sure you don’t overstep on the cultural appropriation. 

Two’s a charm over the rainbow.

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If you dress up as the Wicked Witch of the East you’re all set to take a walk down the yellow brick road.

Your wonder dog to the rescue!

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If you got a plastic bag and a Wonder Bread logo from your own load of bread, then you got yourself a great costume. It’ll be the best thing since sliced bread. 

Half ninja turtle/half dog

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All you need is a turkey foil tin, tie it to its back, and you got a crime fighter on your hands. 

Ghost-pupster

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Sure you can get this costume for just $16, but all you really need is a yellow shirt and a little backpack. 

Old town road, but for dogs

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There’s a new sheriff in town, and he’s all bite and no bark, so you better lookout.

A magical one-of-a-kind costume.

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Have you seen anything cuter than yarn as hair? Mark our own words, the unicorn costume will be the biggest hit this Halloween season. Click here for the DIY directions. 

Your own Beanie Babies!

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This might be the easiest costume yet, and the cutest too, just don’t try and sell them. They’re not actually stuffed animals. 

Create your own rodeo.

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No one will get hurt with this costume as long as you use a dummy for a person. Also, it’s just $16!

A bite-size kiss.

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If you love chocolate as much as your dog, this costume is for you. 

Pooping is optional. 

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If your dog poops while walk down the street on Halloween night, no one will blame you for it. You did give them a warning. 

Cha Cha Chia – pet

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We hope your dog is not one of those that eats plants, but if they are, then they might return home naked. 

This Coke is for you. 

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The costume also comes with zero calories and caffeine-free. 

Happy Halloween to you and your pup!

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This French Bulldog Disappeared From His California Home and Was Found Weeks Later in Tijuana

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This French Bulldog Disappeared From His California Home and Was Found Weeks Later in Tijuana

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Looks like French bulldogs just can’t stay out of the headlines! Following Lady Gaga’s harrowing dog-napping ordeal, another dramatic dog fiasco has recently made the news.

Recently, a Bay Area woman was reunited with her French bulldog, Brody, after he had been found 600 miles away…in Tijuana, Mexico.

According to Brody’s owner, Debbie Campbell, she had been frantically searching for her emotional support dog for weeks after he “wandered away” from her front yard on February 3rd.

Immediately after Brody’s disappearance, Campbell and her family launched an intense search party. They posted flyers around town and posted on social media to find her beloved Brody, but no luck. Just when the Campbells thought they would never see Brody again, they received a mysterious message from Mexico.

A man named Benjamin Gonzalez contacted the family on Facebook and told them he had bought Brody a few weeks prior, on the streets of Tijuana.

By an odd twist of fate, Gonzalez had previously lived in the Bay Area himself before being deported to Mexico two years prior. Since he had lived in the Bay Area since he was a baby, his entire family still lived there.

When Gonzalez showed his new dog to his American family, they recognized Brody from social media posts and told him that Brody looked like a local missing dog. They told him to contact Debbie Campbell.

When Gonzalez contacted her, Campbell asked him to send her a picture of Brody’s tattoo for proof. “And the minute he did I knew it was my dog,” Campbell told KGO reporters.

Gonzalez said he can relate to the dog’s situation. Gonzalez told reporters that it made sense that Brody was far from home, because the dog seemed depressed.

“I’m deported myself, and you know I’m out here by myself, so we could relate,” Gonzalez said. “He doesn’t have family here…I don’t have family here, I’m out here by myself, so you know I was like, man, if I can return him I’m going to do the right thing.”

Within 24 hours, Debbie Campbell was reunited with Brody. She was overjoyed to be with her emotional support dog again. Campbell recounted the emotional situation through tears: “When he video called us to show us the dog, that took my breath away,” Campbell said KGO. “It’s a blessing that that man called, because otherwise there’s no way we could have gotten him back.”

According to The San Francisco Chronicle, thieves have been targeting French bulldogs more and more recently due to their popularity.

A police spokesperson referred to them as a French bulldogs are considered “a high-value ticket item.” Dog-nappers can make $1,500 to $6,000 reselling the pups on the black market.

“Frenchies are ‘in’ right now,” San Francisco SPCA president Dr. Jennifer told the Chronicle. “If I had a Frenchie, I wouldn’t let it out of my sight right now.”

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Uplifting News: Mexican Man Used His Home to Shelter 300 Dogs From Hurricane Delta

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Uplifting News: Mexican Man Used His Home to Shelter 300 Dogs From Hurricane Delta

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In some uplifting news, a Mexican man has gone viral for housing stray dogs in need of shelter before Hurricane Delta hit the Yucatan peninsula in early October. Ricardo Pimentel of Cancun, Mexico, wrote on Facebook that he had boarded up his home’s windows and was currently housing 300 rescue dogs before the storm hit.

As background, Hurricane Delta touched down in Cozumel and Cancun and was reported to have winds up to 110 mph. The storm caused power outages, fallen trees, and the destruction of buildings and businesses. Luckily, Pimentel decided to get creative when it came to protecting his helpless four-legged friends from the ravages of the outdoors.

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Pimentel already owns an animal sanctuary called Tierra de Animales, but he decided to open up his home to the homeless dogs. Naturally, he need all the help he could get to take care of the canine creatures. He took to his Facebook page to ask for donations.

“If I lived alone or nothing else with about 10 or 20 dogs, I would not worry much,” wrote Pimentel on his Facebook page. “But here are hundreds of animals and we can not afford to not have enough food stored.” According to Pimentel, he was worried about there being food shortages at the grocery stores in the aftermath of the unpredictable storm.

The post was accompanied by a a jaw-dropping photo of Pimentel surrounded by a sea of dogs packed into his home. The call-to-action quickly took off and Pimentel was soon receiving thousands of dollars in donations.

At first, Pimentel was distracted by the storm and wasn’t initially aware of how deeply he touched people. When he finally saw how people had rallied to support him and his sanctuary, he was humbled.

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“Your support at this time has been invaluable, we deeply appreciate all your messages, calls, and shows of affection,” he wrote on Facebook. “Thank you on behalf of all the animals in the sanctuary!”

According to Pimentel, many of the dogs he’s rescued on his sanctuary have been saved from dog-fighting rings and abusive homes where they’ve been badly beaten. He founded Tierra de Animales around 20 years ago as a place where dogs and other animals (including cats, bunnies, and sheep) can be safe and live a good life.

He says that his animals have been adopted by homes in Mexico, Canada and the United States. He hopes that the attention that the rescue dogs got from his viral post will encourage people to adopt them.

“We would like to think that thanks to all this attention, somebody would like to be part of the story and say: ‘I adopted a dog saved from that famous Hurricane Delta,” he told The Associated Press.

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