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Keeping your pets safe and healthy this Halloween

Halloween can be a tricky time for pet owners. From near constant knocks on the door and ringing doorbells to keeping the candy away from your furry friends, we’re here to give you some advice on how to keep your animal happy and healthy. Pet anxiety It can already be hard on your pet when people come to visit, but Halloween night brings more people to your front door than usual – most of them being strangers. No matter how social your pet is, keeping them in a room away from the trick-or-treating frenzy can help keep them calm and reduce their anxiety. Being away from the door also reduces the chances of them getting out. In any case, make sure that your pet has on its collar with all of your contact information and/or is chipped. This will help your pet find its way back to you in case the worst happens. Keep candy out of reach The majority of candy being passed out on Halloween night is toxic for your four-legged friends. In between passing out treats to... Read More

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