Lion mane costumes for dogs can be perfect for halloween, a doggy birthday or even just as light entertainment.
The good things about lion costumes and lion manes is that compared to other dog costumes which can be hard to fit and difficult to keep on, manes usually fit pretty easily around your dog’s neck.
Let’s take a look at some of the more popular dog lion costume options that will leave them looking like the king or queen of the jungle…
Lion Mane Costumes For Dogs
Pet Krewe Brown Lion Mane For Dogs
A brown lion mane that looks great of most dogs.
Fits necks 13″-32″ – fits small dogs and dogs up to 60+ lbs.
Has an elastic band to fasten around your dog’s neck/head.
Gaboss Dark Brown Mane With Ears For Dogs
A very cute dark brown mane with ears, made of faux fur and polyester.
Fits dog necks from 23 to 31 inches, and has an adjustable strap.
Good for medium to large sized dogs.
Blonde Lion Mane With Ears For Dogs
A blonde lion man with ears. It looks great on golden dogs – golden retrievers and labradors and others. For medium to large dogs.
Probably a bit lower quality (especially the ears and fur) than the other manes, but it does the job.
Elastic is used to fasten the mane.
Blonde Lion Mane With Tail For Dogs
A blonde lion mane for medium to large dogs.
The fluffiness of this mane wavers from product to product, but you can fluff it up yourself when you pull it out the box.
Fits dog necks from 23 to 31 inches.
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