Dogs show off their best Halloween costumes to raise money for New Jersey community library

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Best in show fundraiser and Halloween dog parade to benefit the Northvale Library. Brodie, dressed as a taco, sits in Hogan’s Park in Northvale, NJ on Saturday October 16, 2021.

Best in show fundraiser and Halloween dog parade to benefit the Northvale Library. Roxi, dressed as a lion, walks for the judges in Hogan’s Park in Northvale, NJ on Saturday October 16, 2021.

Best in show fundraiser and Halloween dog parade to benefit the Northvale Library. Brody, dressed as an old man, at Hogan’s Park in Northvale, NJ on Saturday October 16, 2021.

Best in show fundraiser and Halloween dog parade to benefit the Northvale Library. Nacho, dressed as a pirate, walks for the judges in Hogan’s Park in Northvale, NJ on Saturday October 16, 2021. Nacho and his owner, both dressed as pirates, went on to win the a prize after the parade.

Best in show fundraiser and Halloween dog parade to benefit the Northvale Library. A pair of dogs wear costumes as they sit in a stroller in Hogan’s Park in Northvale, NJ on Saturday October 16, 2021.

Best in show fundraiser and Halloween dog parade to benefit the Northvale Library. Boo, dressed as a superhero, walks for the judges in Hogan’s Park in Northvale, NJ on Saturday October 16, 2021.

Best in show fundraiser and Halloween dog parade to benefit the Northvale Library. Oakley, dressed as an inmate, waits for the judges results in Hogan’s Park in Northvale, NJ on Saturday October 16, 2021.

Best in show fundraiser and Halloween dog parade to benefit the Northvale Library. RosŽ, dressed as a lobster, walks for the judges in Hogan’s Park in Northvale, NJ on Saturday October 16, 2021. RosŽ won the best costume after the parade.

Best in show fundraiser and Halloween dog parade to benefit the Northvale Library. Ariel, dressed as Supergirl, walks for the judges in Hogan’s Park in Northvale, NJ on Saturday October 16, 2021.

Best in show fundraiser and Halloween dog parade to benefit the Northvale Library. Brandy, dressed as a showgirl, walks for the judges in Hogan’s Park in Northvale, NJ on Saturday October 16, 2021.

Best in show fundraiser and Halloween dog parade to benefit the Northvale Library. Nacho, dressed as a pirate, eats a pupsicle donated by Dairy Queen on Saturday October 16, 2021. Nacho and his owner John Mulroe, both dressed as pirates, went on to win the a prize after the parade.

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