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HALLOWEEN New Frightfully Fun PetSmart® Halloween Costumes

Thursday, October 29, 2020 2:12:00 PM

- New Line of Pet Costumes Inspired by Favourite Foods, Creatures and Movie Characters. -

From scary spiders to an adorable creature who lives in a galaxy far, far away, PetSmart has what you need to make this Halloween count for the whole pet family. The leading pet specialty retailer in Canada has spook-tacular fun covered for your cats, dogs, fish and guinea pigs.

New costumes in this year's Halloween collection include pet-friendly takes on sci-fi sensation, The Child, from the hit show "The Mandalorian," and horror flick icons Chucky and Beetlejuice. There's even a Top Gun Flight Jacket to fulfill any dog or cat's need for speed.

For pets who aspire to be the treats they can't eat, tasty costume options include French fries and a hot dog. And pets looking to take on a new persona will love the new unicorn, pumpkin, or spider costumes.

Pets who prefer not to dress up can still join in on the Halloween festivities with new treats like the Mummy Cookie Dog Treat or Bewitched Bones Dog Treats. The Candy Corn Dog Toy and Pumpkin Teaser Cat Toy are also great to keep pets entertained this Halloween and beyond!

Halloween fun is not only for dogs and cats. Pet parents can find the perfect costume for small pets like guinea pigs – check out the fearless dragon, adorable bumblebee or mermaid!

Don't forget about the fish! Bring the haunted house to your tank this year with a jack- o'-lantern, a Ghost and a Spooky Tree fish tank ornaments.

Whether you're having a spooky night at home or a photoshoot with the family, PetSmart wants you to show off your costumes. PetSmart is inviting pet parents everywhere to participate in the #HowWeHalloween photo contest. By posting your pet's costume to Instagram and tagging @PetSmartCanada between Oct. 2 and Oct. 25, you can enter to win a $500 PetSmart e-gift card. More information will be announced on Oct. 2 on PetSmart Canada's Instagram account.

SOURCE: PetSmart Canada