Posted on October 31 2016
Halloween is one of the most anticipated times of the year. It is a great time for kids and a time for families to bond through playing dress up. But, this holiday is not as fun for our pets.
Many of them can get overly excited, while some may get anxious by the continuous ringing of doorbells. Friendly dogs may want to greet every visitor, while insecure dogs may become aggressive. Either way, they can frighten children that are happily trick or treating. Cats will try to sneak out when you are not looking.
They even try to sneak some treats that are not safe for them when we are busy accommodating guests by the door.
As responsible pet owners, we need to be aware of the dangers that Halloween may bring forth to our furry companions. The holidays may be a festive season for us humans, but we should still look after them and remember that now more than ever, they need more attention and some extra TLC.
Here are some of the things you can do to make Halloween fun and safe for your beloved pets:
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