From a lion's mane to a Wonder Dog, the best (and most affordable) pet Halloween costumes on Amazon

Tis the season to get dressed up. And that includes your pets. 

In recent years, retailers have been picking up on the fact that pet owners are just as keen on dressing their furry friends up as themselves, and there are now countless options for pet fancy dress. 

Here, we've picked out some of our favorite from Amazon, and they're all under £20 so you'll have plenty cash left over for your own outfit.

Lion Mane, £14.09 

Man's best friend will be the king of the household wearing this lion mane wig. The fur and polyester wig features adjustable elastic for easy use. The smooth and soft mane is cleaned easily by simply washing it with warm water and soap. One contented reviewer wrote: 'The dog loves it and it provided lots of laughs.' Another customer also made the point that her pooch didn't seem to mind wearing the costume, which is important if you have an energetic or fidgety pup. They wrote: 'Great fun and looked brilliant. Definitely made us laugh. Dog doesn't mind wearing it and he looks amazing! Just like a mini lion.' 

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Wonder Dog, from £13.27

Your pup will embody Diana and fight off any stray cats wearing this majestic Wonder Woman costume. Retailer Rubie's offers this pet dress accompanied with a matching headpiece. One reviewer who left five stars on Amazon said: 'Great little costume for the dog for Halloween. My nephew loved seeing her dressed up.'

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Bat Dog, £10.99

Transform your dog into Batman's side-kick with these bat wings. This Halloween costume comes with pumpkin accessories to match as well as two adjustable felt belts. The lightweight material keeps the wings standing up straight and photographs well. The soft fabric provides comport for your pet so you shouldn't him or her scratching to get out of it. Reviewers point out that the wings can be a bit misshapen when they are delivered, but can be bent into shape. One wrote: 'So I have a dog that looks like a bat and these wings that came next day have been hilarious. He loves them and he looks super cute. They looked a little bent when they arrived but very good none the less.'

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Pumpkin Costume, £8.99

Well aren't you the cutest pumpkin in the pumpkin patch? This dog pumpkin costume is made of corduroy, is comfortable to wear, and also comes with a matching hat. There are four Velcro sticks which make it easy to put on.

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Spider Dog, from £13.63

'Spider dog…Spider dog…does whatever spider dog wants'… you know the song. Have your fury friend swinging from his imaginary web in this full Spider-man costume. This outfit includes a red and blue jumpsuit and head piece. The stretchy material allows easy movement and comfort. One reviewer said: 'Used it for a dog fancy dress party and he came first.'

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Minion Costume, from £12.99

Get your dog looking like one of Dr Nefario's minions in this cute yellow and blue jumpsuit with matching head piece. This is a must for any pet costume competition. One customer raved: 'Loved it and so does my girl. It fits perfectly and is easy to put on.' 

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Yoda Costume, £16.58 

Get yourself a wise old pup with this one-of-a-kind Yoda outfit. This costume pays homage to the 1977 Sci-Fi classic Star Wars. It is available in a range of sizes to suit your breed and comes with a full body with hands and feet as well as a headpiece.

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Mystery Machine, from £18.20 

The perfect costume for fans of Scooby-Doo and the gang. This dog outfit features a wearable foam van print to look like the iconic mystery machine. The light airy material is comfortable for your pooch and easy to put on and take off. Make sure to grab your pup some Scooby snacks before you head out the door and steal the best dressed prize.

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