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Halloween Safety For Pets Doesn't Need To Be Tricky

Dean Newton, medical director at Animerge Veterinary Hospital in Raritan, list the following: Candy and treats: Never give candy to pets, and store treats where pets cant get to them, especially chocolate. Chocolate contains theobromine, which can kill dogs. Costumes: Be sure that any outfit your pet wears is not constrictive or something it can become tangled in, and never leave a pet unattended. Also, some pets react unpredictably when placed in a new situation such as wearing a costume or going door to door, so consider your pets personality before dressing up. Decorations: Pets can get tangled in seasonal decorations or become curious and try to eat them. Jack-o-lanterns with candles should never be within reach of pets, and even pumpkins might be tempting.
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