How strange but hilarious is the idea of a hot dog costume for dogs?
I mean, it’s a real dog inside a hot dog bun…when they start walking around it get more absurd and funny.
Whether you want to costume just for entertainment, or for halloween, we’ve got a few options you might like to consider.
Let’s take a look…
Hot Dog Costume For Dogs: Bun Costumes For Fun, & For Halloween
Rasta Imposta Hot Dog Dog Costume
A one piece hot dog dog costume that looks extremely funny and cute – it looks like there is a whole hot dog with mustard walking around with your dog.
It fastens to your dog with velcro straps along the underside.
It comes in 7 available sizes – but be aware is runs a little big. A Medium should fit roughly a 20lb dog, but if you’re unsure, check the measurements and go a size bigger.
Cute Wiener Bun Dog Costume
A very cute wiener bun costume that comes with green in the bun too.
The costume fits over the top of your dog and fastens to the front/chest area.
Comes in 2 sizes – small and medium. It is a costume for toy sized and small dogs.
Pullover Hot Dog Dog Costume
A pullover hot dog costume with mustard.
The one flaw with this costume is that there is only one velcro strap across the midsection. This means the costume slides around when your dog walks, and if your dog is a boy, they will have to take it off to pee.
Comes in 5 sizes – the sizing chart runs a little bigger for most dogs.
Casual Canine Hot Dog Dog Costume
Made of soft polyester, this costume is simple with two buns, a hot dog and mustard.
Seems to be quite cheaply made and the velcro strap makes it difficult to keep the costume on your dog when they are walking.
Comes in 3 sizes – make sure to order a size up from the given measurement as it runs small.
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