Halloween Pet Safey Tips It's not an escape room! When you constantly answer the door for trick-or-treaters, it's easy for a pet to escape. Make sure your pet is microchipped and secure on Halloween. Avoid Candy Candy is fun for kids, but not so great for pets. .Chocolate and 'Sugar-Free" candies containing xylitol are especially dangerous. Too Spooky Hats, masks and costumes can be difficult for your dog to understand. Consider keeping them away from the festivities so they don't end up scared and confused. Keep decor away dogs may think that glow stick is a chew toy. Supervise your pet around jack-o-lanters, lit candles, and glow sticks. Do not allow your pet to chew on or get too close to these items, as it could start a fire or expose your dog to chemicals. Think carefully! Costumes are lots of fun but need to be handled with care. Avoid putting your pet in a costume that is restricting or uncomfortable for your pet. Supervise your pet at all times when they are wearing a costume.

Safety is an important part of Halloween. Although it is still a long way away, it’s good to be prepared and have a game plan for your pet. Feel free to save this infograph and share it on your social media, with your friends, etc.

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Andrea is a dedicated dog mom of three chihuahuas. She has over a decade of experience as a dog groomer, chihuahua owner, and more recently as a dog trainer. She loves all things canine, particularly chihuahuas.

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