Having said that, it's best to keep your kitties inside on Halloweenblack, white, furry or hairlessand your doggies, too. I know some of you have read thus far thinking, " Whatever, my dog LOVES Halloween, and no WAY am I keeping him cooped up inside! 5 Tips to Keep Your Cats Safe This Halloween; 5 Tips to Keep Your Cats Safe This Halloween.
Posts by: Dr. Ruth MacPete, DVM. Keep your cats inside. Be sure to keep all Halloween candy away from your pets. Oct 12, 2014 Keep your pets inside for their safety even if you are going to be home. Stay with your pet if they need to go outside to use the bathroom to avoid anything harmful that could happen due to a cruel Halloween prank. While glow sticks can help keep people safe on Halloween night, they can add some unwanted drama to the holiday if a pet chews one open.
Thankfully, the liquid inside glow sticks is nontoxic, so it wont actually make pets sick, Coates says, but it Apr 14, 2018 How to Keep Your Dog Safe on Halloween.
6. Keep your pets indoors this Halloween for their safety. It's unfortunate, but some people out there are not animal lovers and could harm your pets.
Not to mention all the traffic in the neighborhood is a threat in itself. Keep him secured inside for the night, and you'll be keeping him safe. And what about costumes for pets? While it's still best to leave animals in on the holiday itself, there's no reason your pet can't participate in a costume competition before the actual holiday if he has the temperament for it. It's all tricks and few treats for pets on Halloween Susannah Bryan Contact Reporter Sun Sentinel Halloween can be hell for cats and dogs; keep yours inside on Oct.
31 Keep your pet inside. Listen and Watch: Multimedia Resources Listen to our Animal Tracks podcast" Halloween Pet Safety Tips" for more advice on ensuring your pets health and safety this Halloween.
For pets, trick or treating and costumes are more stressful than fun, so follow our tips to keep them safe and happy this Halloween while you indulge your inner ghoul. Halloween can be the spookiest night of the year, but keeping your pets safe doesnt have to be tricky. The ASPCA recommends taking these simple, common sense precautions to keep your pet happy and healthy all the way to November 1.