While many of us are preparing candy for kids running door to door, have you been thinking of celebrating Halloween with your pups ? Dog Treat Smart has tips for dog to have a safe and tasty Halloween night.
Dress your pups up if they like – Pups will be very cute if you could dress them up in Halloween costumes.Image how the kids could be delighted if they see “Halloween dog”. However, not all the dogs feel comfortable in wearing outfits, and some dogs might be allergy to the material. If in this case, dog owner should take the costumes off for your pups right way.
Watching your pups when opening the door– It is inevitable to open the house door constantly to trick-or-treaters at Halloween night. Facing those strangers showing up in front of your house, pups might be barking or jumping over them (dog might be stressful or excited to see strangers ). With the door constantly opening every few minutes, the consequences would be that your pup run out into dark street dramatically.Therefore, making sure your pups have appropriate behaviour when your front door is opening.
No candy for pups but DENTAL TREATS– Halloween night your pups perhaps tempt you give them candy to enjoy when they see you treat those strangers. Please be aware that candy can not be shared with “Halloween dog”. Not only candy contains sugar, but it often contains Xylitol, a sugar alcohol. Although it has no apparent harm to human, but is extremely toxic to dog. It definitely rots dog’ teeth;it also leads to damage overall health to dog, including kidney and insulin failure. Here comes the important tip for dog owner to provide distractions from those sweets for your “Halloween dog” – putting the candy away and offering dental treats or toy from www.dogtreatsmart.com.
Happy Halloween from Dog Treat Smart !