For most people, holidays mean candy, presents, and quality time with family. But for most pets, it can be stressful and frightening. We all love our pets. But how can we possibly keep them safe on the holidays? Well, here are a few pointers on keeping your pets safe this Halloween.
Doorbells constantly ringing can stress a pet’s ear out. It can even result to a pet harming itself when the bell is heard. Keep your pet in a safe, secluded area away from the door.
Remember that your pets don’t know it’s a holiday. They assume those are real people and not just masks. Strangers coming to and fro will probably scare your dog or cause them to be aggresive. Even normally friendly dogs can lose control over fear.
Fires and Candles are dangerous. A pet can cause a fire with just one swipe of his tail! If candles or fires are burning anywhere in your house, make sure they are a safe distance away from the pet-might-not-it-down space. Make sure no flammable items are nearby.
Never let your pets out on Halloween night. If needed, let them out right before sunset. Halloween pranksters are always looking for targets, whether it’s Mr. Fluffy or Bones, there is a huge risks