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Trick or Treat Safety - 10/25/2012
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Here's a great article that I thought I would pass on...your dog's safety is paramount! –Kim Victoria Stilwell's Top 10 Halloween Safety Tips Here are a few tips for keeping your pets happy and healthy on Halloween: Top Ten Halloween Safety Tips Keep the candy bowl away from your pets. Candy is never a good idea for any pet, and chocolate in particular, can be very dangerous for dogs and cats thanks to a toxic chemical called theobromide. Put the candy bowl where your pets can't reach it and be sure to lock the cupboard door so they can't do some scary scavenging. Careful with the costumes. We may love dressing ourselves up, but I'm pretty sure that if we asked our dogs and cats, they'd agree that they'd just as soon not wear that canine superman outfit you think is so cute. If you absolutely must dress your pet up , consider a simple themed bandanna, or at least make sure the outfit is not constricting, uncomfortable or harmful to t...

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