Halloween is coming, are you and your dog ready?
Whether you’re going out or staying in, Halloween can be an exciting night for you and your pup, but there are a few considerations to ensure the night is a good time for all.
On October 31st, between the hours of 6 and 9pm the streets will be flooded with spooky ghosts, scary clowns, and the occasional witty kid with a bunch of Smarties boxes taped to his pants. This can be a joy for a dog who loves people, but if your dog gets nervous or isn’t well-trained for these kinds of situations, you may want to consider leaving them in for the night. If you do go out, it’s always a good idea to keep them on leash. There will be lots of stuff for them to chase, and you don’t want to mistake someone in an all-too-convincing canine costume for your dog, or have your pup run off and get lost in the crowd.
If you’re staying in and handing out candy, you’re dog surely wants to show off his cool costume and come to the door with you. Just remember, as surprising as it sounds, some people don’t love dogs, and they may not be comfortable with your pup no matter how cute they are. These people are crazy, but we still have to give them candy. Our solution: just save the better treats for the dog lovers.
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Is your dog dressing up for Halloween? Comment below and tell us what they’re going to be. Got a picture of your dog in costume? Post it on Instagram and tag us @LoyalCanineCo. We’d love to see it!
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