Dachshund Halloween Costumes

Dachshund Halloween Costumes

Updated 10/14/2022 by Ava Jaine

It’s almost Halloween and your Dachshund needs a new costume.  A unique Halloween costume that is easy to walk in and of course adorable!

Let’s look at some Dachshund Halloween Costumes, all under $25!

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Top 10 Halloween Costumes For Dachshunds

  • Mexican Serape Costume

This is a one-of-a-kind handmade serape that is hand-cut from an authentic Mexican blanket. So adorable! Don’t forget the sombrero too.

Dachshund Halloween Costumes
  • Loofah Dog Costume

Scrub a dub dub! Have some fun in the tub. Dress up your dachshund in this Halloween loofah dog costume.

Dachshund Halloween Costumes
  • Unicorn Costume (Weeniecorn)

Who doesn’t love a Dachshund dressed as a unicorn?  Get your cameras ready! This is your official weeniecorn costume every doxie needs.

Dachshund Halloween Costumes
  • Colorful Caterpillar Costume

The colorful caterpillar is the perfect Dachshund Halloween Costume! It is extra long, so it will cover your doxie’s back and it’s easy to put on.

As you can see, my dachshund, Eko, looks adorable and vibrant in his new costume this year. You can find a similar colorful caterpillar costume on Amazon.

Dachshund Halloween Costumes
  • Bumble Bee Costume

Gretta, my miniature dachshund puppy, was actually quite comfortable in her little bumble bee costume.  I picked this cute costume up at Target.  Here is a very close one from Amazon: bumble bee costume.   This costume was easy to put on my puppy and allowed her to walk with no issue.

Dachshund Halloween Costumes
  • Little Rainbow Costume

The little rainbow was our costume of choice for Eko when he was a small puppy.  We found this costume at Target.  It fit our Dachshund puppy perfectly.

Dachshund Halloween Costumes
  • Witch Dog Costume

Reno, my miniature Dachshund, is sporting a black witch’s hat and jester collar.  This costume was super easy to put on my dog.  He didn’t even mind sitting for a quick picture.

Dachshund Halloween Costumes
  • King’s Royal Costume

A royal king’s costume is so appropriate for our doxies, isn’t it? Dachshunds believe they rule over everyone!  Amazon has a crown and royal shirt available, very similar to this design.

dachshund halloween costumes

There are plenty of Fall Festivals and Activities for you and your dog to enjoy together this year.

Oktoberfests are fun fall events that include dog costume contests and puppy parades. It’s a fun opportunity to show off your Dachshund’s new costume.

  • Oktoberfest Outfit

I found two different Oktoberfest Dachshund costumes online. Here is the Female Dachshund Oktoberfest Costume.  Here is the Male Dachshund Oktoberfest Costume.

Dachshund Halloween Costumes prisoner
  • Lobster Costume

This hilarious lobster dog costume will fit your extra-long doxie nicely.

Dachshund Halloween Costumes
  • Bonus Costume: Hot Dog Costume

Of course, there is the traditional Halloween Dachshund costume, the hot dog.  Always a wiener dog winner!

dachshund halloween costumes
  • Alternative Costume: Bandana

If your doxie isn’t the costume wearing type, try a small dog Halloween bandana instead.  These little gems are super cute for the entire fall season.  Whether you are on a walk or attending a Halloween party, your doxie can still look festive.

dachshund halloween costumes

Halloween Safety Tips For Your Dog

Secure Your Dog:

Whether your dog is dressed up in a Halloween costume or not, make sure your dog has their ID tag and collar on or has a microchip. If your dog gets spooked, they may run away.  At least this way, they can be easily identified and safely returned to you.

Keep your dog secured and away from the door when you are handing out candy to trick or treaters.

Halloween Toxins:

Food:  If your dog accidentally eats decorative Indian corn or a moldy pumpkin, they could get a nasty stomach ache. Watch them carefully.

Flowers: Mums are a gorgeous flower many of us like to display around the house in the fall.  Don’t let your dog eat any mums, according to ASPCA, mums are toxic to dogs, cats, and horses.

Candy:  Dogs can easily sniff out pieces of candy if they are within reach. Keep all candy away from your pup.

Symptoms of chocolate poisoning: vomiting, diarrhea, rapid breathing, increased heart rate, and seizures.  Take your pup to the vet immediately if they consume any Halloween treats.


Halloween Decorations:

Halloween decorations can be hazardous to your dog.  Keep electrical cords, cobwebs, and spooky dangling décor up high enough and secured so your dog can’t reach them.

Glow Sticks: Keep glow sticks away from dogs.  Luckily, most glow stick liquid is non-toxic, but can still make your dog very sick.

Unfamiliar Faces in Costume:

Halloween costumes make familiar people look very different to your dog.  Be aware that your new spooky look may frighten them.

When we had a Halloween party, my dog, Bastian, didn’t recognize us and went right into a seizure.  I felt horrible!  We now keep him in a secure and quiet area during Halloween events.


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