Halloween is a high time that is full of happiness of joys for your family as well as your pets. But you should be cautious during this special time. Here are a few tips for you and your kids and pets to spend a fun and safe holiday:
Dogs can easily become anxious and frightened to see your children in strange clothes and masks coming out with constantly doorbell ringing. You can confine your dogs in a closed room to prevent it from happening.
If you walk with your dog through the homes of your neighborhood while children are making faces, better use a sturdy collar, or harness and leash. Pay close attention to the improper behaviors from those unfamiliar children and adults. The costumes and masks are the key sources to frighten your dogs.
Remember to wear the identification tags with your name and phone number in your dog if you are separated from your dog.
If you want to dress your dog in Halloween, you’d better use safe and non-toxic items that your dog will feel comfortable with them.
At last, all candy should be kept out of your dog’s reach, such as chocolate toxic to dogs. Just eating a small amount of such can lead to seizures, muscle tremors and vomiting. Moreover, larger doses lead to death. Continue to provide his formal diets regardless of the surrounding environment.
I am not sure if there are far more risks during Halloween, but I am confident that you can spend a happy and safe Halloween with the above tips. If you have different views or more suggestions during other festivals, you can email us at [email protected] Thank you!
Dogs are one of the best friends for humans, so try to protect them like one of the members in our family.