Americans Spend $330 Million On Halloween Pet Costumes

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Americans Spend $330 Million On Halloween Pet Costumes

According to the National Retail Federation, Americans will spend nearly a third of a billion dollars on costumes for their pets this Halloween. What do you think?

  • “It seems like a waste, but my dog insists on going as something different every year.”

    Joni Culberg
    Livestock Breeder
  • “It’s not easy to get a set of vampire teeth in a ferret’s mouth, but it’s worth it.”

    Ned Zink
    Bowling Alley Manager
  • “My dog is already a dead ringer for Tommy Lee Jones.”

    Audrey Quarles
    Taffy Puller
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