Over the years dressing up your pets have become more popular, and the good news is many stores have a variety of options for you to choose from.
Anita Sedberry and her dogs from Canine Country Club were in studio to share their costumes and some tips to help your dog through Halloween.
- · Keep the candy locked away. All forms of chocolate can be harmful, even lethal, for dogs to consume. Make sure any children in your household can't access candy and leave it somewhere your dog can get it.
- · Leave your pups inside. Don't leave your dog outside on Halloween night. This includes walking with your dog when you go trick-or-treating. With all the strangers walking around, being outside can increase a dog's anxiety and can potentially put them in harm's way. It's better to be safe than sorry so put your pets inside for this holiday.
- · Keep your pets in a room away from the door. Kids and teenagers in scary costumes at your door are enough to freak out your dog.
- · Let your dog go on a doggie vacation. If you plan to have a big Halloween bash at your house and you won't have time to make it safe for your dog, consider having your dog boarded at the Canine Country Club of Arkansas. We're located in Roland right outside of Little Rock and we'll take great care of your dog if you want to have the weekend to yourself to focus on celebrating the holiday.
- · Learn more about us at CanineCountryClubAR.com
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