It was another great year for costumes in Central Texas.

Throughout all the Halloweens we've seen, there's got to be one costume that we remember. It could be memorable because of its design, or a character that is one of your favorites. But there's another costume that many are a fan of, and it involves our fur babies.

We're always excited at the prospect of dressing up our pets in costumes, especially when there's a chance to win a prize right? We teamed up with Posh Paws Pet Resort to do just that, and we got some fantastic entries this year.

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We apologize as this took a little bit longer to decide a winner, but we had a tough decision on our hands. Without further ado, here's the submissions we received, as well as the winner!

Who Won Our Pet Costume Contest Of 2023 In Texas? Find Out Here!

Pet costumes were certainly in style in Central Texas this year, but only one can claim the title of winner!

Gallery Credit: Miranda Eastman, Tamara Dwello, Lauren Buster, Susan, Rebecca Busen, Tina Bricker/Tommy Paradise/Townsquare Media/Canva

Congrats to our winner, and we can't wait to see next year's costumes!

Texas - Here Are 54 Cats You Can Adopt In The State With Silly Names

Bringing a pet home is always a big decision. But could one of these pets with a silly name find its way into your heart?

Gallery Credit: Tommy Paradise, Townsquare Media, Petfinder, Canva

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Temple is a super pet-friendly place to live, but there are some animals city officials would really rather you not try to tame and keep in your home. Let's take a look at a few of the critters on the banned list.

Gallery Credit: Aaron Savage, Townsquare Media Killeen-Temple

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Not all snakes are bad. Some Texas snakes actually do a lot to help humans out, even if we don't always see or appreciate it. Then again, some snakes can do a lot of harm. Here's a quick rundown.

Gallery Credit: Tommy Paradise, Townsquare Media

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