With Halloween just around the corner, what better way to celebrate than to dress up your pup as a ‘dastardly’ villain? BarkBox have unveiled their latest Harry Potter and Disney villain dog collections, and they are far from scary.
Whether you choose to kit your pup in a Quidditch jersey, or Maleficent costume, these cute outfits are simply adorable and are sure to make a statement at any spooky Halloween pup party.
In addition, both collections feature themed toys to match. These include a crying Mandrake, a squeaking wizard wand, and a Monster Book of Monsters.
Monthly subscribers who order their Harry Potter box (opens in new tab) will receive either a Gryffindor, Slytherin or Ravenclaw toy for their pup. This is all done via the multi-part, Sorting Hat toy that decides what Hogwarts House your pup belongs in. Meanwhile, new subscribers, who choose a multi-month plan, will also get to pick which Quidditch jersey their pup will receive.
Not to mention, there's a full themed collection of dog toys, treats, and chews designed for heavy chewers (opens in new tab) to choose from too if your pup's magic trick is demolishing the contents of their toy box!
Speaking of which, if your pooch is more naughty than nice, maybe one of the Disney villains would be ideal? Choose from the Maleficent costume or Jafar to suit your pooch, which also includes plush toys featuring other famous villains such as Cruella, and Captain Hook.
In any case, this gives owners the perfect excuse to co-ordinate their Halloween costumes with their villainous, furry companions.
Find the costume collection over at PetSmart (opens in new tab) or discover the Harry Potter box over on the BarkBox website (opens in new tab) - we’re sure these pawtastic additions are sure to go down a treat!
Cynthia Lawrence is freelance lifestyle journalist. Starting off her career in national magazines, she moved to digital and e-commerce publications. When she's not reviewing exciting products, she is obsessed with home interiors and her neighbour's cat!
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