|Costume Type||Classic, Funny||Animal||Animal||Career, Funny||Animal|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Closure Type||Hook & Loop||Hook & Loop||Hook & Loop||Hook & Loop||Hook & Loop|
My dog, Penny, needed her ego checked. We scrolled the Chewy website for about an hour looking for the perfect costume to take her down a few notches on Halloween. When we stumbled upon this 1800s attire, it was love at first sight. We waited anxiously for the costume and it came a day early (thanks Chewy!). After a few tries, we got Penny in the costume - wig and all. It was as if she was transported to the 1800s. The wig worked perfectly with her gray muzzle and the dress really highlighted her figure. The wig also made for a great beard too when Penny got sick of wearing it on her head. But, best of all, the costume served as a greater neutralizer for Penny's alpha personality. Anytime she would wear the costume, she would immediately loose her attitude and remain frozen in place with a look of terror or constipation. This costume brought many laughs to us and our friends this Halloween and a reality check for our sweet Penny. Thanks Chewy! Also, Penny got an XXL and is about 45 pounds for those who need help with sizing.
The dress is cute. However the under chin straps have sharp ends under the wig which hurt my dog. I will have to detach the wig
Kids picked this out for our beagle/King Charles mix. Hiccup is wearing a medium. We find the costume really funny and she looks so cute.
Ellie is 20 pounds and the large fits her with some room to spare! She moves around comfortably in it.
It was everything I had hoped for. Our Doxie was serving class and sass in this getup. Honestly a favorite!