From the Disney Parks Blog and written by: Allison Citino
Whether you are throwing a virtual costume party or getting ready for a round of Halloween games at home, the humans in your family aren’t the only ones who can get creative. From large dogs to small breeds, transform your canine companion into your favorite Disney characters.
Fans of Star Wars: The Mandalorian can enjoy harnessing the mystical energies of the Force and dressing their pup as The Child, complete with a plush frog. Your favorite four-legged friend can join the fun as Frozen’s beloved snowman, Olaf, including a headpiece and 3D twig arms.
Longtime fans of classic Disney characters will love the signature Minnie Mouse and Mickey Mouse costumes, perfect for a pair of dogs who would look adorable sporting a second set of (Mickey) ears. Don’t forget to snap a picture of your furry friends all dressed-up, and feature them in this downloadable coloring activity frame. Take some modeling inspo from this behind-the-scenes photoshoot with Bob Barker, a National Geographic Kids Magazine cover story.
If you’re looking for more dog-focused fun, tune-in to “Frankenweenie” on Disney+ to watch Tim Burton’s comic twist on a classic tale.
This Halloween your pet should enjoy all the treats — and so should you! Download a delicious Mickey Halloween donuts recipe, complete with edible spider legs, to share with your kids. Or plan a Spooky Pizza Party with a Jack O’Lantern personal pita.
Disney Family offers plenty of spooky eats to make at home, including:
- Homemade marshmallows in the likeness of Jack Skellington’s sidekick Zero from “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas”
- The Evil Queen mini poison pies (all of your dreams will come true with just one bite!)
- And a traditional pumpkin cupcake recipe straight from the Contempo Café menu at Walt Disney World Resort