Dangerous foods for dogs are everywhere on Halloween. Taking a few simple steps to limit what your dog eats, can keep her safe and healthy!
You can be absolutely sure that your dog’s treats are safe if you make them yourself, or if you buy them from a reputable source that only sells commercial dog treats that you trust.
Your dog is ready for trick or treat night. You have his Pet Costume. He's tried it out and it looks like he will wear it without complaints!
The kids are psyched! How can you have fun with your dog—and still keep her safe?
Here are some common sense tips to protect your pet from foods that are dangerous to dogs:
Paper or plastic wrappers smell good to your dog. However, they are dangerous foods for dogs and can wreak havoc with your pet's digestive system. He may think these are tasty treats, but he could end up with an intestinal blockage after eating a few wrappers.
This is most likely to occur innocently. Foods that are safe for people are not always safe for dogs. Familiarize yourself with foods that are toxic to dogs and make sure that you don't let your dog have any of them!
These are the most dangerous foods that your dog is most likely to eat around Halloween:
Halloween can be fun for everyone—children, adults and pets alike.
If you take a few easy steps to keep your dog safe, you will all enjoy the day.
And don’t forget that you can have fun making your own homemade dog treats like Halloween Peanut Butter Dog Treats.
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