I know some puppy owners struggle with how to Keep Your Pet Dog Safe. For instance canine pets should be closely monitored. In addition the holiday can be a scary and dangerous time for your pet as well. Above all else by following some simple tips you can keep your pooch secure. I would say keeping them comfortable in their pet beds without infringing on the family fun is important. I wouldn’t put pet costumes on your puppy unless they are used to it. For example wearing puppy clothing can make pets uncomfortable and even sick in dog crates.
I know chocolate is toxic to animals. It can make them very sick. We hear from animal owners every year of pets managed to find the candy and eat it. I would give them a pet treat instead. If you know or suspect your pet has eaten some candy contact your veterinarian IMMEDIATELY. Some candies, especially chocolate, can be life threatening. If you can’t reach your veterinarians you can call the ASPCA’s Poison Control Center.
For instance animals aren’t used to seeing that kind of thing, and it could frighten them. It’s best not take them trick or treating. If your pet isn’t good with strangers, it’s best to put him in a separate room away from the door. Most importantly they won’t be bothered by the presence of strangers. If your pet is going to be free in the house, with the door being opened repeatedly. I would say there is more of a chance that your pooch can get outside. So, remember to make sure they are wearing pet tags. If it does get away, there is a better chance of getting it back. I know some canine owners struggle with how to Keep Your Pet Dog Safe