San Ramon Just Held the Cutest Dog Halloween Costume Contest–Don’t Miss These Photos

SAN RAMON, CALIFORNIA – It’s not a secret that people in the San Francisco Bay Area love their dogs. But sometimes it’s fun to see the extent of our canine love on full display.

Case in point: at a City Center Bishop Ranch event in San Ramon, California this weekend celebrating Halloween, at least fifty guests brought out their dogs in full Halloween costumes.

Here are some of the cutest pups from the event.

This adorable trio came out in the full bumble bee attire. Their owner even customized a wagon to look like their “bee hive.”

Some other pups went for the solo bumble bee look, too. We think it worked well for them!

Several Bay Area entrepreneurial icons own Shiba Inus, so it wasn’t surprising to see the breed well represented at the San Ramon event. This Shiba went as a Starbucks coffee, another Bay Area obsession.

If you can’t read the “warning” on the costume, it says “Caution: Very Cute”

Some pups went for more minimal costume options. Not every dog can be in a custom outfit. Maybe a reference to Sandy from Greece?

While many dogs were getting into the event, some couldn’t be bothered–or didn’t want the Bay Area Telegraph’s “pup-perazzi” hanging around.

No, we don’t look at your camera!

One of our favorite pups was this stylish bulldog, who was “pulling” a decorated wagon.

It was a super fun event, celebrating the Bay Area’s dog-friendly culture. It was also a great opportunity for people to check out City Center.

Pro Tip: If you visit with your own dog, make sure to stop by George, a full store devoted to dog costumes, bespoke treats, and more.

Thomas Smith

Thomas Smith is a food and travel photographer and writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. His photographic work routinely appears in publications including Food and Wine, Conde Nast Traveler, and the New York Times and his writing appears in IEEE Spectrum, SFGate, the Bold Italic and more. Smith holds a degree in Cognitive Science (Neuroscience) and Anthropology from the Johns Hopkins University.

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