Halloween is closely approaching, and it is important to keep in mind a few risks that this fun holiday brings your pets. Not only will your door be constantly opening and closing on Halloween, but strangers will be dressed in unusual costumes and yelling loudly for their candy.
This, of course, is scary for our furry friends. Dogs are especially territorial and may become anxious and growl at innocent trick-or-treaters. Putting your dog or cat in a secure room away from the front door will also prevent them from darting outside into the night … a night when no one wants to be searching for a lost loved one.
If anything happens to your pet on Halloween, we are open in the evenings to be there after hours.