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Tricks and Treats to Make Halloween Dog Friendly

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tricks and treats to make halloween dog friendly

HalloweenIs almost here and while neighborhood children prepare to dress up in costume for a night of trick-or-treating, your dog may not enjoy the holiday as much. Let’s review a few helpful tips andTricks to ensure your dog enjoys Halloween! 

Take a walk before the Festivities Begin 

HalloweenIt’s a night for all toDecorate your own home and their homes as something other than how they would normally appear. This can be confusing for your dog. Begin your dog’s nightly walk earlier in the evening to help prevent your dog from getting anxious walking past the people dressed in costumes and homes decorated in a way that is different from how they normally look on their nightly walk.  

Wagging Tails andFlames 

From Jack-o’-lanterns to patio décor, Halloween decorations can contain candles. To best protect your pup from fire, keep all items with a flame out of reach of a dog andThey will eat their tails. Another option is to toReplace your candles with flameless candles to ensure a Halloween without anything catching on fire! 

Door & Doorbell Safety 

On HalloweenChildren of all ages can ring your doorbell to yell, “trick or treat!” in hopes of receiving a sweet treat from your home. This is a great event! toSee their neighbors dressed up as creative children andYour dog might not be as excited about spooky costumes. If your dog does not handle guests well, it may be best to put them in a room opposite your front door to keep them from getting overwhelmed during the night’s festivities. If your dog decides to join in the fun, make sure that they are wearing a leash and a collar with accurate contact information in case they escape during the night. 

How to dress up your puppy 

You might think that your dog looks great in the latest photo. andGreatest Halloween costume, but it may cause your dog to experience stress and anxiety. This can be especially true if your dog doesn’t wear clothes on a regular basis or semi-regularly. If your dog seems to be unhappy or experiencing signs of stress while wearing their costume (panting, pacing, etc.It may be best to get rid of it. to skip dressing Your dog wearing a costume. It will be a great gift for your dog. and will feel happier during this potentially stressful holiday. 

Halloween Candy 

You can be sure that your pup is interested in this. HalloweenCandy brought home from trick-or-treating would be much more appreciated by children than dogs. There is quite a bit of it. HalloweenCandy contains chocolate, which can be toxic to dogs. Your dog should not be allowed to eat chocolate candy. to feel involved in the Halloween fun, stop by your local pet store toGet some of your very own Halloween dog treats to enjoy! 

Happy! Halloween for All 

Get your dog out of any haunted places HalloweenSituation by bringing them to Dogtopia for You can choose to have daycare for a whole day or just part of it. Staying over night at the boarding facility. They They’ll be tired from playing all day, so they won’t be as likely. toHallowee will make you spookeden festivities. You can also give tHoming a sleepover is a good idea. You will feel relaxed and at ease. and quiet night, free of any witches and ghosts, under the watchful eye of our caring team. Keep your dog happy andSafe this Halloween. Are you interested in Dogtopia? Find a location near you by clicking here. 

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