Maybe it’s halloween, or maybe it’s Christmas coming up, and you want to get your pet a doggy costume to include them in on all the fun.
This year you might think about skipping all the other standard suits, and consider getting a uniquely funny dog costume carrying present design.
Not only is this dog costume hilarious, but it looks good too!
Let’s get a closer look at it!
Funny Dog Costume Carrying Present
Present Carrying Dog Costume
This particular costume is a suit with doggy leg holes under a saddle type design, and features a jolly Santa on top that look like he is carry a present with your pup.
It really does look hilarious!
It features beautiful bright red and aqua colors that make the costume stand out.
The material is made of soft velvet with polyester stuffing. Buttons and velcro are used for the closure and tightening.
Sizes available are Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large.
For perspective, the back length is 17.7-19.7 inches on the XL sized costume. But, like other doggy costumes, order a size BIGGER than you think you’ll need because costumes tend to run small/tight.
This costume is intended for teacup to small sized dogs – it will likely be too small for medium and larger breed dogs.
There you have it – I wonderfully festive and fun costume, particularly for Christmas.
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