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Halloween is just around the corner, and you’ll no doubt be helping your kids get dressed up for the occasion. Maybe you’ve got a costume lined up too.
But if you’ve got a furry friend, you can also get them in on the fun too with B&M’s new range of dog Halloween costumes!
Starting at just £2, the discount store is stocking a range of spooky accessories to help your dog get in the Halloween spirit. Whether you want a giant spider, Frankenstein’s monster or a witches hat, you can get them all from your local B&M store.
As they’re subject to availability, they’re not available online, so you’d have to grab them in person. But if you'd like to have a browse before you head out, you can see the full range here (opens in new tab).
They have designs to suit dogs of all sizes, so even if you have a large dog they can join in thanks to B&M.
Their range of spooky jumpers will also keep them warm during the autumn season, with shoppers able to choose from Frankenstein’s monster, spider, pumpkin, skeleton or a ghost design.
Or for something a lot more humorous, why not try their ‘ride-on’ dog costumes that feature a witch, mummy, devil, zombie or skeleton to sit on top of your dog’s back. We love them!
Finally, for something more understated yet still Halloween-themed, you can pick up a witch’s hat or Halloween dog collar.
We understand that not everyone might want to dress their dogs up, and if that’s the case, they also have Halloween themed toys available for your four legged friends.
You can pick up a four pack of squeaky dog balls that feature a pumpkin, skull, zombie and a mouth with fangs.
Or there are rope toys available for a classic game of tug of war.
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Choose from a Day of the Dead skull, a devil, a pumpkin, or Frankenstein’s monster.
Naturally they have plenty of spooky goodies for humans too, including party supplies, sweets, and even costumes if you need to get one last minute.
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