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Halloween Dog Safety Tips

by DFS-Pet-Blog on October 23, 2009

  • Keep your outdoor pets well supervised in the yard or, better yet, keep them indoors and safe from neighborhood mischief and pranks at night.
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  • Make sure your dog’s costume doesn’t interfere with his ability to breathe, see, hear, move, or bark.

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  • Like any other night you take your dog for a stroll, collars & nametags are a must.
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  • With so many other people on the street, it’s important to keep him on a leash.

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  • Candy and wrappers are potential choking hazards, and chocolate is particularly dangerous for dogs – a toxin.
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  • With the door opening and closing all night, be careful of them darting out. Consider temporary gates or keep your pup in a separate room.
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  • The haunting screams of kids and endless chiming doorbells can get to be too much for comfort. There are a variety of dog calming aids that might be useful on Halloween.
  • Jack-O’-Lanterns are tempting for pets to get their noses into and get their coat singed from an open flame.

This is a summary. See the full article here: Halloween Safety For Your Pet.


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Janet October 30, 2009 at 11:22 am

Good tips-especially the one to keep your dog INSIDE during trick-or-treating. (And the pictures are fun!)

Matthew November 20, 2009 at 12:08 pm

The pics are hilarious!

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