Whether it’s Halloween or there’s another reason to dress up, Jamaican rasta costumes for dogs can really add a funky feel to your dog’s outfit.
We’ve put together a list of Rasta dog costumes that are not only colorful, but also feature the signature Rasta dreadlocks.
Let’s check’ em out man!
Jamaican Rasta Costumes For Dogs: Dreadlocks & Funky Colors
Jamaican Rasta Dog Costume With Tall Hat
Comes as a shirt and headpiece.
The headpiece is a knit hat in a rainbow color, with dreads. The shirt is also a rainbow color with the words ‘One Love’ written on the back.
6 sizes available – small through to 3x.
- XXXL fits roughly dogs with 38 inches neck to tail measurements and dogs that are about 35 inches around the chest.
The costumes fit between small up to large dogs.
Jamaican Rasta Dog Costume With Flat Hat
Comes with a body shirt/suit, and a hat.
The shirt has a chest closure and is tie dye multi color, with the hat also having multicolors and dreadlocks.
Comes in 6 sizes – X Small through to XX large.
XXL is recommended for dogs between 45-95 lbs, but the shirt can be tight fitting so oversize what you think you need just to be safe.
Jamaican Rasta Dog Costume As Dreadlocks
Just a straight dreadlocks wig costume.
It comes in 2 sizes – small/medium, and medium/large.
Runs quite small – so best for small breed dogs.
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