20 Canadian pets in the most perfect Halloween costumes

Here’s how these furry friends (and a turtle!) all dressed up this year.

Here’s how these furry friends (and a turtle!) all dressed up this year

(Source, left: Instagram/@tinytimbit_; right: Instagram/@mauithechow)

Scrolling through the Halloween-pet-related hashtags is an absolute delight! While the spookiest of holidays was rather subdued this year, plenty of pets still dressed to impress. And there are some you simply have to see. Scroll through for a glimpse of some furry friends (plus a turtle!!) for inspo, for entertainment, but mostly for pure joy. Here's how some of Canada's cutest celebrated All Hallow's Eve this year:

Winston dressed as a devilish little doggo. 

Maui as a perfect little Pooh Bear.

Sir Wallace went as the sweetest little strummer. 

Timbit the hot dog in the cutest fridge photo shoot.

When life served Olive a dog cone, she made a martini.

Pretty in pink! Sophie the Pom as a princess.

Turtlefok as the most perfect pumpkin in the whole patch. 

Skade the bunny as a cute and cuddly butterfly. 

Doggy duo Archie and Reggie were a spot-on Mario and Luigi.

Squiggles as half of an "egg"-cellent costume.

No dogs allowed! BenBen and his little brother Norman as hot "cats".

Beauford as a not-so-spooky spider. 

Axel as an adorable little lady bug. 

And the furry friends of Puptails and Hoppy Hour as the cutest sea creatures.

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