Oct 25, 2015
Here are some tips you can use to keep your pets safe and happy
Secure your pet in a part of your home where they will be behind a closed door and away from the commotion of a party or the trick-or-treaters coming to your door.
If having people over for Halloween, make sure everyone at the party knows that they are to respect your pets and just "let them be."
If your dog is reactive to your door bell either disconnect it or be waiting at the door so the trick-or-treaters do not need to ring the bell or knock on your door.
Candy is prevalent at Halloween and certain types of candy can be toxic, even deadly, if consumed by our pets. Make sure to keep all candy out of reach of your pets.
If you're taking your children trick-or-treating I'd strongly encourage you to leave your dog at home. They'll be far happier.
You can find more Halloween tips in the articles section at green acres kennel dot com.