|Shiloh Ann as a Bumble Bee|
1. Constant visitors can be stressful. Do not leave your pet near unattended doors or unattended strangers. Slipping out the door might look like a safe way to get away from strangers or that open door could look like an great opportunity to chase off unwanted strangers.
2 If you decided to take your dog with you trick or treating - use a reflective leash and have an up-to-date ID tag attached.
3. If you are planning a Halloween get together at your home, remember to a dog, Halloween costumes can cause even the sweetest dog to turn in to a biter. You should find a secure place within the house for your dog to hang out why your company is partying. Supply your dog with toys or treats to keep the occupied.
|Sugar Sue as a Lady Bud|
4. Candles are dangerous around pets - use battery operated candles in your decorations. Also avoid glow stick products the liquid inside the glow stick is toxic to pets.
5. If you are going to dress up your dog - make sure your dog is comfortable in the costume. A festive bandana is simple and stress-free.
6. Did you know that "They say the four most common food-related Halloween hazards for pets are chocolate, candy, candy wrappers, and raisins. Make sure to keep these far away from your four-legged family.
Hoping each of you a happy and safe holiday.
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