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41 hilarious pictures of Howl-o-ween dogs!

Click to view Mr. T, devilish dragons, a space dog and other pooches all dressed up for a New York City parade.

Penny, a pug, poses as a Geisha at the Tompkins Square Halloween dog parade on Oct. 20, 2012 in New York City. Hundreds of dog owners festooned their pets for the annual event, the largest of its kind in the United States. John Moore / Getty Images
Frida, a Shih-Tzu-poo, poses as Falcor, the magical flying creature in "The Neverending Story." John Moore / Getty Images
Preston, a Pomeranian, poses as a dragon. John Moore / Getty Images
Rescue Tiki poses as a flying creature carrying a Barbie. John Moore / Getty Images
Jamae Hallberg and her Shih Tzu Femma dressed as unicorns. John Moore / Getty Images
Nichole Hallberg holds her dog Wilson, a rescued mixed breed posing as a Martian. John Moore / Getty Images
Cody wears an adorable Halloween handkerchief. John Moore / Getty Images
Gus, a boxer, poses as Mr. T. John Moore / Getty Images
Maltipoo Shaggy dresses as a fan of the Bronx baseball team. John Moore / Getty Images
Daisy, a Yorkie, poses as a bumble bee. John Moore / Getty Images
Pepper, a Dachshund, wears a turtle shell at the Tompkins Square Halloween dog parade. John Moore / Getty Images
Sonia Price holds her three-legged dog Mickey, attached to Cinderella's carriage. John Moore / Getty Images
French bulldog Enzo dresses as a crustacean at the Tompkins Square Halloween dog parade. John Moore / Getty Images
Dollar, a toy fox terrier, poses as the Dr. Seuss character Thing 2. John Moore / Getty Images
Pomeranian Fritz is a proud dragon. John Moore / Getty Images
French Bulldog Lula poses as a member of the U.S.Olympic Team, John Moore / Getty Images
King Charles spaniel Daisy is a complete angel. John Moore / Getty Images
Lexa Rosean holds her dog Rosie, wearing steampunk attire inspired by the movie "Hugo." John Moore / Getty Images
Kuma, a Shibu Inu, looks ferocious as the king of the jungle. John Moore / Getty Images
Feli, a Chihuahua, is ready for Thanksgiving. John Moore / Getty Images
Squiggy dons swimwear at the Tompkins Square Halloween dog parade. John Moore / Getty Images
Shakespearean pug Charlie dresses up for the Tompkins Square Halloween dog parade. John Moore / Getty Images
Pants, a Chihuahua, is not as naughty as he looks. John Moore / Getty Images
Oscar, a rescued Chihuahua-mix who uses a wheelchair, is Max from "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas." John Moore / Getty Images
Little dresses as a pirate. John Moore / Getty Images
Paddington, a Cavapoo, wears an airplane propeller at the Tompkins Square Halloween dog parade. John Moore / Getty Images
Meatball, a bulldog, looks smart in a tuxedo. John Moore / Getty Images
Chickie, a Yorkie, poses as Captain Jackie Sparrow. John Moore / Getty Images
Harry, a corgi, comes to the rescue in a fire truck costume. John Moore / Getty Images
Lola, a Coton breed, poses as sailor. John Moore / Getty Images
Rescue dog Blue wears a Doggie Trump costume at the Tompkins Square Halloween dog parade. John Moore / Getty Images
Look out! Kona, a pointer, does a mean shark impression. John Moore / Getty Images
Nacho, a four-year-old Schnauzer, drives a New York City sightseeing bus. John Moore / Getty Images
Sherlock, a Maltipoo, is scarier than "Jaws" in a shark getup. John Moore / Getty Images
Bulldog Bella makes like a Muppet in a Miss Piggy costume. John Moore / Getty Images
Ky-B, a Yorkie mix and a rescue friend dress as mail. John Moore / Getty Images
Astor, a mini Aussie, dresses as a butterfly. John Moore / Getty Images
Hudson, a French bulldog, wears a shark fin. John Moore / Getty Images
Honey, a Japanese Chin, poses as a bumble bee. John Moore / Getty Images
Yorkshire terrier Baxter looks delicious covered in spaghetti and meatballs. John Moore / Getty Images
Weimaraner Zeus and Pachino, a Shih Tzu, get out of this world at the Tompkins Square Halloween dog parade. John Moore / Getty Images