Why should humans get all the Halloween treats? Costumes, snacks, and smart precautions help make sure your furry friends have a safe and happy All Hallow’s Eve.
For example, if your pet is wearing a costume to go door-to-door with your family, overheating can be a threat. Trick or treating is thirsty work, and those costumes can be pretty warm. Dress your pet just before you head out the door, and make sure you take water with you to keep your dog hydrated.
And remember that Halloween candy can be dangerous for your pets. Be sure they don’t get into the stash that your kids have been collecting.
With these tips and the advice in the video, you and your pets will be all set to celebrate.
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Video shot and edited by Sebastian Sokolowski. Costumes and treats provided by PetSmart.
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