Yay, it’s almost Halloween! I’m sure you can’t wait to show off your dog in his costume right? But wait! You need to know how to keep your dog safe during this time. I have 8 Halloween dog safety tips so you’re prepared for Halloween with your dog. For starters, don’t let your kid feed your dog the candy she gets from going trick or treating (if that will even be a thing this year with everything going on).
Why? Candy can be very dangerous for your dog especially CHOCOLATE! If you knew that already then you are already up on game! Some people simply don’t know they can’t give their dog chocolate. That’s a big no-no but there are 7 other Halloween dog safety tips you must check out in the infographic below.
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Halloween Dog Safety Tips
Make Halloween Fun for Your Dog
Halloween can still be a fun time for your dog! You just have to keep the above Halloween dog safety tips in your mind! Here are a few ways to have fun with your dog on Halloween.
- Dress your dog up for Halloween if he doesn’t mind wearing a costume.
- Visit the pumpkin patch and have a mini dog photo session with or without a pet costume.
- Bake your own dog treats in the shape of a pumpkin or ghost!
- Make a treat bag for your dog and other dog friends. Click HERE for a DIY Halloween dog treat bag.
- Let your dog walk with you and the kids when you all go trick or treating. Again, if that’s even a thing, but if not maybe it will be a thing again next year.
- Take fun Halloween photos of your dog in their costume or using a Snapchat or Instagram filter.
- Does your dog watch TV with you? Watch some Halloween specials together.
Having trouble figuring out what you’re going to dress up your dog for Halloween? There’s still time! Click HERE for some Halloween dog costume ideas. Be safe and have fun!
Pssst! Are you dressing up your dog for Halloween? Share your pictures with us! We will share them on Halloween! Just tag your photo with #SimbaHalloween on Instagram! Simba has been a minion, a turkey, a lion, a pilot, and more!
What are some other Halloween Dog Safety tips? Has your dog ever gotten into something he shouldn’t have? How did you handle it? Share!