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By Haley Burton

October 31, 2012 Updated Nov 4, 2013 at 3:12 AM EDT

(WBNG Binghamton) Costumes aren't just for people. People are trick out their pets for Halloween.

Cojac, an English bulldog from Endicott, is going trick or treating dressed as Bret Michaels. He has his studded collar, animal print and a guitar strapped to his back.

The National Retail Federation says consumers will spend $370 million on pet costumes this Halloween. $70 million more will be spent than last year.

Cojac's owner, Christi Sullivan, says she found the costume for $4.00 and she wanted Cojac to feel a part of the family for his first Halloween with the family.

"My daughter is going trick or treating. She wanted to take him so bad plus he's our baby. He goes everywhere with us, " said Sullivan, "He's a rock star so we thought the Bret Michaels fit him well."

This won't be the last time Cojac is in costume. He will be in a tux for Sullivan and her fiance's wedding in May 2013.

Cojac is two years old.

The most popular costumes for pets this year according to BIGinsight are pumpkin, devil, hot dog, cat and bee rank as the top five.

The monthly consumer survey also found 15 percent of people will dress up their pet this year.