Yoda Dog Costume - Halloween Pet Safety Concepts

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Refer to it as Halloween, Allhallows eve, or even Walpurgis Night. Anything you call it, for whatever reason, some people go a little overboard on Allhallows eve. Putting your animal outback or tethered to a timber in the front yard is a good decision. Examine these ideas to keep your mutt safe during this holiday.

Regrettably, there are plenty of stories where animals have been taken, teased, battered, damaged and even slain on Halloween night. Keep your pets inside for the night.

One should not let your animal to pig out your halloween candy. At some point during the night, your pet will approach and give you the sad eyes and beg for one of your snacks. Never give in. Bear in mind that feeding chocolate to animals can be deadly in any quantity.

As a substitute, go to the cupboard and whip up some pet snacks. When you or your kids are binging on the Halloween junk food, give your pet one of their healthy treats. They'll feel more included in the family and will stop them from becoming a beggar.


The leftover plastic from the candy is hazardous. They can be lethal if they get lodged in your pet's digestive tract. It can make them very sick, and in some cases even cause death.

If you work own a pet store, or work at a pet store, or volunteer at your local Humane Society, don't give black cats to anyone during the tenth month. Disturbingly enough, there are some demented individuals who will buy black cats in order to destroy them.

Make sure you don't have any unattended fires around the home. One could always use some bright battery powered lights for your pumpkins. A dog's tail can knock over candles and Jack-O-Lanterns just like a curious cat can. Your creature could get severely burned, or worse still, cause the destruction of your home.

Putting your creature in a costume can be a lot of fun. Always remember that unless your critter is open to the idea of donning a get-up, you should not make them do it against their will. They can be uncomfortable, restrictive and even cause hassle in a pet that doesn't want to wear one. Bear in mind, there are a lot of folks running around and lots of crazy things going on. You pets are going to be under enough anxiety already. If your pet looks fearful or annoyed in their new outfit, either remove it at once, or take it off after you've taken a few pics for family and friends to show them how homely your pet looked.


Masks on your pet may sound like a miraculous concept...for you! Pets rely on their eyes to let them know what's going on around them. If you constrict their eyes, they may freak out or get frightened more easily, making them more apt to bite at a stranger. If you do choose to torture your poor pet with a mask, just make sure that you provide them very big eye holes so that you don't confine their eyes.

If your critter can not handle being around a lot of strangers, put them in a nice, quiet bedroom for the evening. That way they won't bolt out the front door when you're handing out sweets. Plus, if you're having a celebration, you won't have to worry about any person hurting or vexing your pets. Give them some snacks, and check up on them periodically to make sure that they kosher.
Dressing up your bowwow at Halloween can be a blast. Your neigbors will get a kick out of seeing their favorite community animal clothed in some cryptic or cute costume. Two of Rebecca's favorite pet garments are the Yoda Dog Costume and the Darth Vader Dog Costume. Rebecca is an affiliate with the largest costume retailers on the Internet, and offer a 110% best price guarantee.

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