7 Tips To Keep Your Pet Safe On HalloweenWritten by James Kelly
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5. Costumes may look strange to people, but just imagine what they look like to a dog or cat. Animals aren't used to seeing that kind of thing, and it could frighten them. So, it's best not take them trick or treating.
6. If your pet isnít good with strangers, itís best to put her in a separate room away from door, so she wonít be bothered by presence of strangers.
7. If your pet is going to be free in house, with door being opened repeatedly, there is more of a chance that your pet can get outside. So, remember to make sure he is wearing his license tags. That way, if he does get away, there is a better chance of getting him back home sooner.
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Helping your pets cope with the stress caused by loud noise.Written by Mariangie Gonzalez
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2. Keep your pet in a room in which he/she feels safe. Put there his/her bed, fresh water, food and make sure room has proper ventilation, but that pet is not capable to escape. 3. If you have to leave your pet outside, check all fences for loose parts or openings and fix them in order to prevent your pet from escaping through them. 4. Keep your vetís phone number at hand in case of an emergency. 5. Make sure your pet wears his/her collar with ID tag at all times, and that contact information in tag is updated. 6. Keep a recent and clear photo of your pet available, in event of your pet getting lost, you can make flyers and post them everywhere. Remember that a frightened pet can run long distances so he/she may end up far from home and donít know his/her way back. Send photo to your local paper too, they must have a missing pets section and it can reach more people than flyers.
Remember this is only beginning, later comes, Christmas, New Year, 4th of JulyÖ Keep these precautions at hand and your pet will do fine.
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