11. American Bulldogs can’t even appreciate a good butterfly costume.

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Bubba, a 16-month-old Johnson American bulldog, is ready to scare up some Halloween fun in his monster costume. Thanks to Andrew Rewolinski of Los Angeles, California, for submitting.
Frankendog Bubba, a 16-month-old Johnson American bulldog, is ready to scare up some Halloween fun in his monster costume.
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Admittedly, putting your dog in a costume of a critter it is likely to chase might be a touch ironic, but that’s the beauty of this one. Complete with a stuffed tail and acorn, this adorable costume will charm everyone. A reviewer notes that the XL option fit a 90-pound American Bulldog, so judge the sizing accordingly. American Bulldog Dog Costumes at BaxterBoo
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"This is my purebred American Bulldog Trixie. Her coloring seems to be pretty rare. She is mainly fawn with a white underside and paws and the cutest white spot on the back of her neck. Trixie is almost 4 years old and she weighs in around 85 pounds. She is the biggest baby I have ever seen—she looks tough but is the most gentle, loving dog. She always wants to cuddle and needs to be with people ALL the time. My father, who has had a huge fear of dogs all his life, even fell completely in love with her. She loves when she sees me cooking her food—yes she is spoiled and gets home-cooked meals! Going for walks around the neighborhood every night is a must for her. My 13-year-old son gets along wonderfully with Trixie and she is very good with him. Although Trixie doesn't really appreciate the whole dog costume thing we can sometimes get a hat on her. Trixie is a smart dog and I am so happy to have her as a part of our family."