Our Favorite Animal Costumes Revealed

Happy Halloween week! Are you breaking out the new Halloween costumes for your dog? U.S. too ! Obviously, we are not alone. According to the National Retail Federation’s annual survey, Halloween spending is expected to reach a record $12.2 billion, surpassing last year’s record $10.6 billion. Spending per person is also on the rise as consumers plan to spend a record $108.24 each, up from the previous record of $102.74 in 2021. The biggest increase in spending came from suits, which are more popular than ever. If you have your pet costume, you are not alone. Here are a few our favorite pet costumes and more interesting facts about Halloween with our pets. Appreciate!

Glyde attended Fall Fest in Texas

Parnell Living Science, the creator of Glyde Mobility Chews for Dogs, was excited to participate in the Richter Animal Hospital Fall Festival in Texas. It was great to hear how current Glyde dogs are staying healthy and helping more dogs on the right path to a pain-free life. Here are some photos we took at the event, featuring your favorite dog costumes!

Autumn festival in Richter

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Halloween is a big deal

THE National Retail Federation I discovered we loved our costumes. Big surprise. This year we will spend more than ever on costumes. The largest spending category was on adult costumes, at $2 billion. Parents and family members spent $1.4 billion on children’s costumes. And for those of us who own dogs, we’ll spend almost $0.7 billion.

What costumes do we buy? Here are the best costumes for 2023!

Top costume for dogs: Pumpkin!

We love costume inspiration ideas at Chewy! You can enter to win a $500 Chewy gift card if you submit your dog’s photo in their social media contest. Did you know you can also buy Glyde on Chewy? Along with other great dog products. Take a photo of your dog and enter this contest before October 28.

Witches are a lot of fun, especially the one found at Target! It comes with a frog toy in the witch’s pocket.

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Ghosts are fun too. You can make them yourself.


Halloween is a fun time of year for all of us. Your pets may not like the costumes you brought them home. But the photos are hilarious. We have so much fun with our dogs, it’s no wonder we want them to join in on our fun. Whatever you do this Halloween with your pet, make sure you have a safe one. Here are tips on how to keep your dog safe this Halloween. Happy Halloween to you and your furry children!

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