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Halloween howlers: Dressing up dogs

October 11, 2013 -- Updated 1313 GMT (2113 HKT)
If your pet has the patience for bunny ears, like iReporter Karol Afaneh's dog, Halloween could be hopping! If your pet has the patience for bunny ears, like iReporter Karol Afaneh's dog, Halloween could be hopping!
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A field guide to Halloween pets
A field guide to Halloween pets
A field guide to Halloween pets
A field guide to Halloween pets
A field guide to Halloween pets
A field guide to Halloween pets
A field guide to Halloween pets
A field guide to Halloween pets
A field guide to Halloween pets
A field guide to Halloween pets
A field guide to Halloween pets
A field guide to Halloween pets
A field guide to Halloween pets
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STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • iReporters shared images of beloved pets in costume for Halloween
  • Here's some inspiration to help you decide what might be a good look for your pooch

(CNN) -- We know, we know, with Halloween on the horizon, there's a lot to decide: Sexy costume or scary costume? Jack-o'-lantern or pumpkin pie? Healthy trick-or-treats or high-fructose corn syrup?

But it's all in good fun. Unless, of course, we're talking about your dog. Yes, little Fluffy, Belle and Butch see you coming with those rabbit ears a mile away. (Maybe they'd like it more if they knew the United States was spending an estimated $55 billion on them this year? Don't they know we buy those tutus and sweaters out of love?)

Here are a few pets from CNN iReport who pulled off a costume with style, humor -- and maybe even dignity.

Will you be dressing your dog or cat for Halloween this year? Tell us about the costume in the comments, on Facebook or on Twitter @CNNLiving!

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