Best Holiday Outfits for your Dogs and Pets

With the holidays just around the corner, there will be exciting festivities for everyone in the family. Don’t let your dog miss out on all the fun! This winter, your pups can spread their own holiday cheer by dressing in holiday-related outfits. From sweaters to protect from the cold to Rudolf inspired costumes, there are many ways for your dog to participate in style.

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7 Dog Outfit Ideas for the Holidays

Reindeer Dog

Santa’s favorite helper on the busiest day of his year is Rudolf, so why not dress up your favorite helper as the red nose favorite. Add some tie-on antlers, and maybe a red nose, and your pup will be prepared to help Santa deliver presents to your family this holiday season.

Santa Christmas Outfit

Minties Santa Christmas Costume on Dog

If your pup isn’t the antler type, why not have him resemble the big man himself? Your pets give your family gifts in their own way. From unconditional love to companionship, your dog is a canine Santa year round.

Christmas Tree Dog

A creative dress-up idea for your dog that is sure to generate attention is to turn them into a Christmas tree. Your dog will be the center of attention at any holiday party as they display the traditional decoration topped by a beautiful star.

Elf Puppy

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Let your family know that it isn’t just the Elf on the Shelf that watches over them throughout the year. Your dog will be Santa’s adorable little helper, especially dressed as a holiday elf.

Holiday Outfits for Multiple Dogs

A family with many dogs and pets may want to go the themed route, such as Mr. and Mrs. Claus or all of Santa’s reindeer. Your photo ops will be extra special by giving your pet family members a unique outfit that shows off each individual personality, but keeps a similar theme to show they’re all in the family.

Matching Ugly Christmas Sweater for Dogs

ugly christmas sweater on yorkie

Ugly Christmas sweaters have become popular over the years and can be a perfect outfit for your dog to sport, especially if you’d like to simultaneously keep them warm. For even more holiday laughs, you could find matching sweaters for the entire family.

Small Holiday Accessories for Dogs

Is your dog not a fan of outfits? There are ways they can participate without dressing up in a full holiday outfit for dogs. Add a bow and ornament to their collar or tie on a holiday themed bandana for some holiday cheer without any of the fuss.

As you can see, there are many options for allowing your dog to participate in the holiday family fun. Whether attending a holiday party, going to the dog park, or just going about their daily walk, your dog can get into the holiday spirit easily with just a few holiday accessories. Reward them with treats for their hard effort, and you’ll be sure to have a great 2015 with your favorite four-legged family member.

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