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These Star Wars pet costumes are just the cutest thing ever! If you’re a pet lover and a Star Wars fan, why not combine the two and dress your pet up as your favorite Star Wars character. Now, you may think that the only time you should dress your pet up is for Halloween, but that isn’t true. You can dress your pet up any day just for fun or for warmth depending on what the outfit is. Plus, did you know that January 14th is Dress Up Your Pet Day? What better excuse is there?
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Star Wars Pet Costumes
Of course, there are lots of different Star Wars movies to choose from. So, whether your favorite character is R2D2 or Darth Vader, you can feel free to pick whichever one you like. Did you know that Dress Up Your Pet Day was established in 2009 by Celebrity Pet Lifestyle Expert and Animal Behaviorist, Colleen Paige?
Small Ewok Costume – Ewok costume jacket and character headpiece for small dog or cat.
Chewbacca Costume – Chewbacca Hoodie pet costume jacket with bandolier and pouch.
Star Wars Jedi Costume – Star Wars Jedi pet costume includes cloak with attached shirt and belt
Dewback Pet Costume – Dewback jumpsuit with headpiece, attached soft 3D Stormtrooper rider
Darth Vader Pet Costume – Includes headpiece, cape with belt, and chest piece jumpsuit with decorative stuffed arms; jumpsuit worn over pet’s front legs
Leia Cat Costume – Princess Leia hair buns headpiece
Bantha Pet Costume – Bantha pet costume shirt with rider and character hood
R2D2 Pet Costume – Includes shirt with attached foot covers and hat
At At Imperial Walker – Includes printed lightweight fabric headpiece and body cover worn through front legs
Tips for dressing up your pet
- Make sure that the costume fits. It should not prevent them from breathing or moving freely. It should not be so long that they can trip or fall on it.
- Take your pet’s lead. While it takes time for a pet to get used to a costume, if they truly don’t like it, don’t force them.
- No chewing. Pets love to chew. Make sure that there is nothing loose near their mouth that they can chew on.
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