Howloween!

Hey guys! It is getting time for Halloween and even though it is a great time to pull pranks, dress up and celebrate we need to make sure that our pets are protected.

Our pets get scared by masks and there are so many people who don’t look normal so they become very anxious.

With the kids coming around knocking on the doors we also need to make sure that our pets are secure in the house — a nice quiet bedroom would be ideal away from the scary people.

Dressing our pets up has become a fad also which is fine as long as the outfit isn’t constricting to your pet. You must also make sure that your pet is very safe around pumpkins, candles or anything that may be knocked over.

Candy is available at every turn during this time of year and pets are very susceptible to vomiting and diarrhea. Chocolate can be toxic for your pet and a lot of the newer “sugar free” candy has xylitol which is deadly for your pet.

Have fun with your pet during the holiday but keep them safe and secure. I went to Bark in the Park this weekend and took some pictures of pets dressed for halloween — enjoy!

Buddy the Boxer

Buddy the Boxer

We did the mash -- we did the monster mash....

We did the mash — we did the monster mash….

Working on the chain gaangg ....

Working on the chain gaangg ….

Doctor, doctor, give me the news!

Doctor, doctor, give me the news!

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