With Halloween quickly approaching, costumes are becoming a hot topic. Whether you’re discussing your costume while chatting at the water cooler or listening to your little one rattle off their potential disguises, it’s a discussion that’s increasing in popularity. For pet owners, costumes can be a great way to include your dog in the festivities. We’ve rounded up our seven favorite get-ups from the likes of Buzzfeed, Animal Planet, DIY Network and Popsugar to help spark your imagination and find a good costume for Fido. Please remember to keep your dog’s comfort in mind. Costumes are great, but not at the expense of your pet’s happiness. For a refresher on how to keep your pup happy and healthy from Halloween through the New Year, click here to read our blog about pet safety around the holidays. And without further ado, here are our top 7 dog costumes! Beanie Baby This is a super simple costume idea that works for dogs of all sizes! Grab some white poster board and a red marker and you’re on your way. Corn Dog Pun intended! This witty costume idea can work as a conversation piece at your neighborhood Halloween party. It can also break the ice with curious trick-or-treaters. Doggy Lion Dogs undoubtedly have the heart of a lion, and this easy costume idea will get a roar out of you and your loved ones! Ewok With a new movie out in December, the Star Wars franchise has made their characters a popular costume choice once again. This option is comfortable and reusable! A bonus considering we’re in for three new Star Wars movies. Princess Poochy We know there are plenty of pet owners out there who have a doggy diva in their midst. Let your princess realize her full potential this Halloween and find a tiara headband and tutu. She’ll finally be able to let her inner princess out! Poop Factory Crude? Maybe. Hilarious? Absolutely. This is an easy costume that can be crafted out of cardboard, ribbon and Velcro. There’s no denying the truth behind this one! Teddy Bear If you have an old teddy bear in the house that has been gathering dust, it may have just found a new purpose! This works best for smaller dogs and will be a hit at any Halloween get-together. Photos courtesy of www.buzzfeed.com, www.diynetwork.com, www.popsugar.com, www.animalplanet.com.