Halloween is a fun time of year for humans, but that isn't always the case for pets. A parade of strangers in even stranger outfits ringing the doorbell can cause anxiety, and there are a number of threats to them — human and otherwise — on Halloween night. Follow the safety tips below from the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies for a safer and happier Halloween Night for your pets.
If you're absolutely certain that your animals don't mind getting dressed up for Halloween, make sure that there are no dangly items like bells or buttons on their costumes that they may potentially choke on. The same goes for children's costumes — animals like to attack dangly things. And remember that your pets may not recognize you in costume!
All of us here at Roncy Village Vet Clinic wish you and your pets a safe and enjoyable Halloween!
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