Are these the cutest dog Halloween costumes of 2019?

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Man's best friend deserves a Halloween costume too! (Photo: Chewy)

Whether it’s a rottweiler dressed as a raptor, a lab in the guise of a lion or a spaniel in a superhero suit, there’s nothing cuter than a dog in costume. So as you shift into Halloween prep mode, don’t forget about Fido.

We’ve made shopping for four-legged Halloween costumes as easy as a walk in the dog park by choosing 10 adorable outfits guaranteed to get tails wagging. Best of all: These picks won’t break your candy budget—they’re all $20 or less.

The Joker

The Joker Dog & Cat Costume. (Photo: Chewy)

The highly anticipated Joker film, starring Joaquin Phoenix as the Clown Prince of Crime, hits theaters October 4. Buy into the buzz by dressing your dog as the iconic villain in his signature suit, along with a creepy-slash-ridiculous wig to complete the look. You can even add a white face and red lips—just make sure to use non-toxic face paint and snap some pics before your pooch licks it all off.

Shop It: Rubie’s Costume Company The Joker Dog & Cat Costume, $15 (was $24), chewy.com

Taco

Way To Celebrate Halloween Taco Costume for Dogs. (Photo: Walmart)

Rocky will be good enough to eat in this delectable taco costume complete with all the fixings. Hook-and-loop straps make it easy to get on and off. Too bad Halloween isn’t on a Tuesday this year: Taco Thursday anyone?

Shop it: Way To Celebrate Halloween Taco Costume for Dogs, $12, walmart.com

Angel

Angel Pet Costume. (Photo: Amazon)

If you can’t fathom the idea of dressing Bowser as a bad guy, we’ve got the ensemble for your little angel. This sweet set includes a white dress with sequin accents, wings and a sheer skirt. And the highlight? The halo headpiece. Because no matter how many times she chews your shoes or pees on the floor, your pooch is perfect as far as you’re concerned.

Shop it: Rubie’s Angel Pet Costume, $14, amazon.com

Sloth

Sloth Dog Costume. (Photo: Chewy)

Move over, unicorns (though we still think you’re fantastical). Sloths are the “it” animal for 2019. And no wonder—these laid-back loungers live the kind of carefree life we all crave. This adorable—and totally on-trend—costume is perfect for the pup whose favorite activity is to chill in her dog bed. It’s cozy and warm, too, so it can double as a coat on a chilly Halloween night.

Shop it: Rubie’s Costume Company Sloth Dog Costume, $20, chewy.com

UPS Delivery Person

UPS Pal Dog Costume. (Photo: Amazon)

Why bark at the delivery guy when you can be him? This funny costume includes a shirt with a stuffed front and attached arms, a regulation cap and a package. All that’s missing is the delivery truck!

Shop it: California Costume Collections UPS Pal Dog Costume, $12.50 (was $17), amazon.com

Hot Dog

Frisco Hot Dog Dog & Cat Costume. (Photo: Chewy)

Your dog will be dashing and delicious in between two sesame seed buns when she dons this easy-to-wear costume (just fasten the soft straps on the belly and back). The perfect starting place for a family theme, this hot dog costume invites others to dress in a matching look or pair with French fries, a burger or even a baseball player costume. Although we can’t control doggy slobber, we can promise this ketchup won’t drip.

Shop it: Frisco Hot Dog Dog & Cat Costume, $8 (was $9), chewy.com

Buzz Lightyear

Buzz Lightyear Pet Costume. (Photo: Chewy)

Toy Story costumes are always classics. But with Toy Story 4 as one of this year’s biggest films, the iconic Disney franchise is more relevant than ever. If you or your little ones are planning to dress as Woody or Bo Peep, you’ll definitely want to bring your barking Buzz Lightyear along for the ride. With a hooded t-shirt and jet pack, this costume has everything your dog needs to reach “Infinity and Beyond!”

Shop it: Rubie’s Buzz Lightyear Pet Costume, $10, walmart.com

Peacock

Peacock Costume. (Photo: Amazon)

Your pampered pooch knows how good he looks. Give him a chance to fan his tail feathers for all the world to see. This splendid suit features attention-grabbing iridescent blue-green feathers, a foam tail and a plush crest. We guarantee he’ll pose proudly for all those pics you’re bound to be taking on Halloween night.

Shop it: California Costumes Peacock Costume, $16 (was $18), amazon.com

Burglar

Boots & Barkley Burglar Full Body Dog Costume. (Photo: Target)

Is your dog always stealing the food off your plate or the dirty socks from your hamper? If so, we’ve got the look for that lovable little thief. With a black-and-white stripe design and contrasting orange leggings, this full-body costume includes a loot bag on top and a masked partner-in-crime on the back. Now, all that pooch needs is to perfect her plan.

Shop it: Boots & Barkley Burglar Full Body Dog Costume, $15, target.com

Candy Corn

Candy Corn Dog Costume. (Photo: Walmart)

pumpkin, while undeniably cute, is such an obvious Halloween choice. Instead, why not dress your dog as everyone’s favorite seasonal treat? That’s right: Canine candy corn! This sweet costume comes with a witch-shaped hat and lace-trimmed dress in classic candy corn stripes.

Shop it: Candy Corn Dog Costume, $20, walmart.com

Sunflower

Hyde & Eeek Boutique Sunflower Dog Costume. (Photo: Target)

We love the trend towards face-only pet costumes. Whether it’s a watermelon, an octopus or the ever-popular lion mane, there’s something irresistible about your dog’s face right in the center of it. If we have to choose favorites within this blossoming pet costume category, we’re going to pick the sunflower. It’s cheerful, bright and bound to produce a smile—just like the little guy who will dutifully sport it come October 31st.

Shop it: Hyde & Eeek Boutique Sunflower Dog Costume, $7, target.com

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