How to Have a Safe and Happy Halloween with Your Dog

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Halloween means lots of parties, candy, and costumes. This combination can be overwhelming for many dogs. Keep in mind that your dog might be scared of people in costumes if there hasn’t been a lot of socializing, so your dog might be more comfortable away from the front door during Trick or Treat time. Plus, there will be many chances to escape with the door opening and closing all night and with all the candy that could make your dog sick, there’s a lot to keep in mind when it comes to your dog’s safety on Halloween. For tips on how to have a safe and happy Halloween please click here.

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