Spooky season is here! If you need some last-minute Halloween dog accessory ideas that aren’t too spooky, this is the post for you. All of these items are pumpkin-themed, allowing your dog to be seasonal and cute without being too scary.
Psst! While this post covers pumpkin-themed leashes, collars, toys, and costumes, did you know that pumpkin (the food) is also good for your dog’s digestive system?
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If you have a dog that doesn’t like wearing complicated costumes (read: anything that involves sleeves or leg coordination), check out this easy-on, easy-off pumpkin cloak from Etsy seller Zaizisam.
The pumpkin dog cloak is reversible, meaning you also get a spooky bat cloak too! Plus it comes with your choice of a pumpkin hat or witch hat (assuming your dog is tolerant enough to wear a hat). Get it from Etsy here.
Disney continues to keep the Star Wars fandom alive, through new TV shows and plenty of Star Wars merchandise. This leash features “baby Yoda” in a cartoon design with pumpkins, spider webs, and frogs for a cute Halloween themed leash.
If your dog loves being cozy, or you live in a cooler climate, you may like this “fair isle” pumpkin knitted sweater for your dog. It’s a pullover design that’s also machine washable.
This sweater comes in sizes XS through XXL, fitting dogs up to 85 lbs. Get it here from Chewy.
This Halloween themed dog toy is great for dogs that love (and need) puzzles. The pumpkin comes stuffed with three smaller bat toys that your dog can pull out. And, each one has a squeaker toy in it! Check out the listing for similar toys themed around other holidays. Get it here from Amazon.
For a smaller dose of Halloween spirit, check out this pumpkin dog tag! It comes with a translucent purple moon overlay). In addition to your dog’s name, there is also space for either two phone numbers, or one line of text and a phone number.
The Etsy store also sells other festive designs, including a bat and a crystal orb. Get any one of these designs from Em and Me Studio here.
Next up is another lovely Etsy item, this time from Tag Pup. This pumpkin dog collar comes in two options, pumpkins with a white background, or pumpkins with a black background.
Not only that, but the collar is customizable with your dog’s name in any of six fonts. You can include a phone number and another line of information too. Get it here from Tag Pup.
This next one is a pumpkin-themed dog toy with a twist. In true fall fashion, this is a squeaky toy in the shape of a pumpkin spice latte. Not picture is the other included squeaky toy, in the shape of an orange donut. Get it here from Chewy.
This pumpkin frisbee has it all. Not only does it have a Jack-O-Lantern print on the front, but the outer ring is made of a T-shirt rope, and the inside is made of crinkle paper. Get it here from Target.
Okay okay, this is not technically pumpkin themed, but it was too good to leave off the list. While pumpkin is a good food for dogs, especially those with digestive issues, you can get a little bit festive with your dogs treats using this “Muttster Mash” dog treat.
The treat itself is made of pumpkin, ground peanuts and ginger. It’s made without wheat, corn, soy, dairy or meat, so this is great for dogs that have sensitive stomachs. Get it here from Chewy.
The Halloween cartoons on this harness are just too cute! If you love the adorably spooky side of Halloween, this is for you. Cute ghosts, potions, candy corn, spider webs, bats, and more decorate this limited edition harness. The Etsy shop has only made a small number of these, so if you’re interested, get on it right away here!
We love “pumpkin” as a term of endearment during Halloween and any time of year. But if you need a last minute item to help your dog look festive, look no further than this “Mama’s Little Pumpkin” bandana from Dog Hug.
You can add personalization with your dog’s name, and choose between different sizes, and snap or string enclosure. Get it here from Etsy.
While my dog has never (and will never) agree to wear a costume (believe me, I’ve tried!)… I have noticed that Target has really been stepping their pet offerings up.
That includes regular items but also seasonal offerings like this pumpkin dog costume that attaches with two velcro straps. They have a number of sizes up to XXL, which fits dogs over 100 lbs. Get it here from Target.
Last but not least is this pumpkin-shaped dog bed from Petco. Unfortunately, this one only fits the smallest pups (and cats) but it’s absolutely adorable. Get your Cinderella pup their own pumpkin bed here from Petco.