Here are some useful tips that will help ensure a fun and safe Halloween for you and your pet.
Halloween is a great time to dress your furry friends in adorable costumes and parade them around in all of their outfitted glory. However, remember that while your furry companions may be Count Dogula, your best friend is not always thinking of safety; that is your job! Here are several useful tips that will help ensure a fun and safe Halloween for both you and your stylish pet.
Although you may have fun dressing up, your pet may look at you as though you've lost your mind when you start putting their costume on:
Most costumes have several pieces to them, and may even contain some parts that move or hang off the main costume:
It's important once you get your pet in costume to make sure there are no problems. Here's what to watch:
Halloween can be great fun and there are pets that don't care what you do to them, because they are so good-natured and passive. Just remember that pets are NOT people and their tolerances and tastes are quite different, and that their only way to vocalize this may be a little scary. So if your pet does not like costumes, just remember, he's already quite adorable just as he is.
Pet Assure is the largest veterinary network in the U.S. with over 5,600 veterinarians.